Delhi Best CHINESE FOOD – Tastiest, Hygienic, Money value सबसे अच्छा, स्वादिष्ट, स्वच्छ चीनी भोजन

Best Chinese Food Eatery in Delhi

Friends,

As everybody knows now that I have been regularly traveling to lot of places across India for last decade. I have traveled to thousands of eateries and good spots across lots of cities in India and randomly share anything I enjoyed at my blog whenever I get time. I also do visit same places again whenever I get the chance.

My category I am a Foodie was just to share you my information and experience of food spots at various places whom I enjoyed. Continuing my same pattern. Today I am sharing you the one of the best Chinese food spots of Delhi i.e. Sikkim Tourism eatery inside Dill Haat, INA Market. It is a kind of Chinese food experience to me and is quite close to Central Delhi or from India gate.  It is also worth visiting with your friends or family etc. and you can spend good time there primarily if you are a food lover or handicrafts lover. Here you also have all Indian states eateries to taste something from.

So if you are fond of momos, chowmein, manchurian, thupka, soups etc this place indeed has lot of restaurants specialized in same as Meghalaya, Arunachal, Sikkim, Lakshadweep etc. So far my favorite is Sikkim. They offer quality and quantity and taste as a good value for money. They have maintained the standard and kept the variation of taste because they are afforded by Government, Tourism Ministry. So they can very well observe the quality, quantity, value, hygiene, taste and experience intact. After momos point of kamla nagar, I loved this spot very much but I don’t compare both. To me both are equal in standards.

One can also try Arunachal and Meghalaya eatery at same place for a variant Chinese taste and it’s a new experience. I have tried all of them and each offers a unique different flavor. All restaurants here are open air so in summer time prefer to go either on a rainy cool day or in eve time. Every Sunday, you will see lot of crowd here. There is an entry fee of Rs. 30 because there are lot of other things to enjoy and roam here.

At last Disclaimer – this post offers my own experience and not a recommendation or advise. Please use your wisdom before trying anything or you may fall sick and drop that responsibility on others. This blog is just an expression of my individual thoughts, experiences, ideas.

 

 

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