One look at China Town’s menu and you’ll understand why they warrant a spot on this list. The variety of chow mein they serve is truly spectacular, ranging from Paneer Chow Mein, Veg Chow Mein  and Egg Chow Mein to Singapuri Egg Chow MeinGarlic Mix Chow Mein, and Schezwan Egg Chow Mein.

Where:  Ramphal Chowk, Dwarka, Sector 7, Palam Extension, Palam, New Delhi

Cost for Two: Rs 250 approx.


2.Street Food Hubs:

Delhi is famous for its street food, and chowmein is a star attraction at many street food hubs.  where street vendors whip up mouthwatering chowmein with a variety of toppings. The combination of spicy noodles and vibrant street ambiance makes for an unforgettable experience.

Where: Sarojini Nagar, Lajpat Nagar, and Connaught Place

Cost for Two: Rs 700 approx


3.Food Bazaars and Markets:

Delhi’s food bazaars and markets are a haven for food enthusiasts. Explore the diverse stalls at INA Market, Karim’s, and Dilli Haat, where you’ll find chowmein stalls offering unique twists to this classic dish. Savor the flavors and relish the experience of enjoying chowmein in a lively market setting

Where: stalls at INA Market, Karim’s, and Dilli Haat

Cost for Two: Rs 300 approx



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