The narrow lanes, colourful markets, innumerable cenotaphs, delicious street food and most importantly, the holy shrine of Sufi saint Hazrat Nizammundin makes the medieval Nizamuddin basti one of its kind. Historically recognized as Ghiyaspur after Ghiyasuddin Balban- it’s rich history, culture, tradition and values are sure to reflect upon visiting this basti. The diverse crowd, traditional society and rich food practices of the community would take you back in times of medieval Delhi.
We all know that Nizamuddin is one of the most visited holy shrines of India and people from diverse religious background come here to pay homage to the holy saint Nizamuddin Auliya. A lot of people especially the locals also visit this basti for a mind-blowing gastronomic experience. Nizamuddin offers a rich variety of non-vegetarian cuisines that is sure to tantalise the taste buds of a foodie. The rich variety of mouthwatering delicacies include- Dahi Butter Chicken, Seekh Kababd and Roomali Roti from Kit Care Kabab Corner, Moradabadi style Biryani from Moradabad Ki Mashhoor Biryani Ki Puraani Dukan, Nahaari alongside Khameeri roti from Manpasand Nahari Roti Waale, Mutton tikka, Chicken Tikka and Shaami Kabab from Ghalib Kabab Corner, Al Qureshi Restaurant for main course like Karahi chicken, Tangadi Kabab, chicken Korma. End your gourmet experience with Imartis and Kheer from Nasir. Do not miss out the tasty Paans from the Paan Stall next to Nasir’s. You may choose from Meetha special to Tobacco, Qimam or Sada.
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