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In Dwarka the best of Chaat can be had at carts placed at Sector-7, near Shiksha Bharati. Their crispy and scrumptious tikkis are the best in Dwarka. Taking about chaat and not mentioning Chaat cart in Sector-11, opposite Akshardham would simply be wrong. Undoubtedly it is one of the best chaat places in Dwarka. They have an array of snacks and chaats to choose from. The papri chaat is a must try for everyone who visits here. The stall which is open from 5 to 9.30 pm daily has a continuous stream of customers from the nearby residential societies who say that they are very happy with the taste and hygiene of this place. You need to try Aloo Tikki Chaat which is served with mint and tamarind chutney at Sector-10 near Golok Dham. One bite of it is enough to set your heart racing. Run by Kunwar Pal, the Rajput Chaat Bhandar has been in operation for more than 10 years. The popularity of this chaat stall has spread far and wide. Also, the chaat near IFCI at Sector -23 is something that should not be missed. The lip smacking chaat has many takers as there is always a huge crowd here and it’s hygienic! In fact most chaatwalas in Dwarka wear gloves and use Bisleri water. So, chomp on guilt free without any worry of hygiene.

Here's what chaat connoisseurs have to say about chaat-

I have been running this stall for the past 14 years. The popularity of this stall is such that customers are loyal and come from far-away places. Our customers say that our tikkis are better than BTW.
Amresh, Sector-7

I started this stall more about 10 years back. I sell the entire range of mouthwatering items – gol gappe, bhalle papri, tikka, aloo chaat. While most of these are for Rs. 50 a plate, the gol gappe are priced Rs. 20 for 5 pieces. I make around Rs. 3500 per day.
Dinesh Das, Sector-19

“This place does not compromise on the quality and all products are hygienic and well prepared. Naturally, customers become loyal and return to enjoy these delicious items”.
Sunil Kumar, Customer, Sector-19

My customers come from Najafgarh, Palam and different sectors of Dwarka. They are very loyal customers who come for tasty and mouth watering Bhalla papris, chaat, tikkis and gol gappas. I earn about Rs. 4000 per day.
Chandan Singh, Sector-12

The quality of all the stuff here is very good. It is tasty, hygienic and consistent. We are regulars here.
Renu Sharma, Sector-12, customer

A visit to the Sector-23 mall is justified only after having a plate of chaat, and what better for a chaat-lover than having the gol gappas sold in a Mall. Many college students and ladies visit our stall and they say that ours is the best gol gappas in town.
Akhilesh Pasi, Sector-23 Mall

I drop in here with my friends quite often. The chaat and Bhalla papri is just delicious and out of the world and no other place can match this taste !
Saurabh Jain, Customer, Sector-23 Mall

Our chaat is hygienically made and is tasty. We make sure that it has the uniqueness of spices so that it is different from other chaat corners. Our stall is in front of Sector-22 mall. Chaat lovers please visit us and try our chaat.
Ritesh Chaurasiya, Sector-22

“We make two types of Golgappa, suji and atta and we are selling gol gappas for more than 20 years. We used pure oil for making them. We use dry fruits in making pudina and sweet chutney, and provide four different flavoured water for satisfying customer’s taste buds. We don’t face any problems whatsoever from the police or MCD, since they know that these are poor people and sustaining their lives on the sale of gol gappe.”
Narain Dutt Khatwani, Sindhi Namkeen, Sector-6

“I have been selling Gol gappe for the last twelve years here in the sector-4 market. I sell gol gappe made of atta flour only, whereas I provide two flavours of water, khatta and meetha. I prepare my own masala for the chutney and make fresh gol gappe daily. Majority of my customers are ladies, up to 70% and they like the taste of water and gol gappe. I have not faced any problem whatsoever from the police or any agency.”
Rambabu Gupta, Sector-4

“I along with my colleague sell gol gappe from morning 9 am. We use only Bisleri water and have pudina, adrak (ginger), dhaniya, and imli (tamarind) flavour water. We make suji and atta gol gappe daily which takes around 3 hours. We prepare our own masala. I am happy that many customers come daily and like my gol gappe.”
Rajesh, Sector-5

“I live in Canada, so I have come to this Sindhi Namkeen shop for the second time, and I like the taste of gol gappe and flavoured water. I tried all the flavours, and liked pudina flavored water most. I am sure that before I fly back, I will come here once more to have a bite and satiate my palate.”
Mugdha, customer

We are assured of quality, hygiene and consistency. This is really value for money. If you ask me, the chaat here is tempting enough for you to have more than one round.
Manish, customer, Sector-7


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