The winter season is at its peak in India. Delhi is the place to enjoy the season, and you must hear of the infamous ‘Dilli ki Sardi’. Winter in Delhi is complimented with the warmth of sunshine with a cold breeze, where nights are chills making us curl into our cosy blankets and wanting to sip hot chocolate with marshmallows, and days are meant to hog on warm and desi winter delicacies.
From the popular Daulat ki Chaat to Dudh Jalebi, Samosa Chaat to Pakoras, Filter Coffee to Thupka and Momos, Nalli Nihari to Moong Dal and Gajar ka Halwa, Sahi Tukda to Chole Bhature, Sarso da Saag and Makki Roti to Shakarkandi Chaat, Parantha Dahi to Kanji and much more, the city is known for its food and warmth.
But how about adding a twist this winter season with a foodie self-drive? With Myles, take a food drive from Delhi to Amritsar, trying famous dhabas on the way.
– Stop 1 Amrik Sukhdev, Sonipat-Panipat
Murthal is the Dhaba hub for Delhi NCR people and is located 60km away from Delhi. The place has gained popularity in the past few years, credited to the famous Parathas. It has to be on the first stop on your foodie self-drive list. Murthal is lined up with many dhaba to serve tandoori style cooked Parthas and other North Indian delicacies. The famous is Amrik Sukhdev Dhaba, Sardar Prakash, founded in 1956 to cater to truck drivers. Today, it is a significant landmark in the area and known for its wide range of mouthwatering delicacies, quick service, and relaxing ambience.
What to Order: Makki ki Roti and Saro da Saag, different types of stuffed Parathas, Kachori, Samosa, Choley Bhature, Lassi, Sikanji, and more.
– Stop 2 Mayur Dhaba, Karnal
The next stop is another famous dhaba on the route. Mayur Dhaba in Karnal is just 78 Km away from Murthal. Mayur Dhaba is one of the marvellous food places on the national highway and offers a variety of vegetarian delicacies. It is a beautiful place to chill and known for its lunch and Parathas. The place has a spectacular layout and huge seating space with the best view.
What to Order: Mix Parathas and Chai
– Stop 3 Puran Singh, Ambala
The third stop is Ambala, after travelling for another 75 km to have a flavourful meal at the famous Puran Singh Dhaba. There are many Puran Singh to cater to you, but don’t be taken aback and visit the authentic Puran Singh ka Mashoor Vishal Dhaba. The end number of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes will make perplexed. But whatever you order, be ready to have a palate satiating experience.
What to Order: Try signature dishes like mutton curry, keema kaleji, and chicken curry.
– Stop 4 Lucky Dhaba, Jalandhar
The next destination is Jalandhar on your foodie self-drive during this winter season. Visit one of the oldest running Dhaba in the city, Lucky Dhaba has been running since 1967 and offers a whole vegetarian meal. It is one place that guarantees quality food, comfortable ambience, and cheerful staff.
You can also stop in Ludhiana to gulp some spicy buttermilk.
What to Order: Panner makhani, naan, daal makhani, and more.
– Stop 5 Brothers’ Dhaba, Amritsar
Amritsar is a land of brave soldiers and divine Golden Temple. It is the food hub of North, as the city has so much to offer. From Desi Dhabas to chic cafes to street food, you get mouthwatering delicacies to satiate your palate. Be ready for the ultimate foodgasm as you visit Amritsar. Amidst an array of options, Brothers’ Dhaba is one of the city’s most popular and visited places. They have many outlets across the city.
What to Order: Parathas served with Chole and Raita, Kulche, Paneer Butter Masala, Paneer Tikka, etc.
Book a Myles self-drive car and take a foodie road trip from Delhi to Amritsar, and enjoy piping hot, flavourful meals at these amazing Dhabas.
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