Only Experience on Airbnb Which Gives COMPLETE OLD DELHI EXPERIENCE From MOUTH-WATERING INDIAN FOOD To CULTURE & KNOWLEDGE Of RELIGIONS To LOCAL LIFE Of DELHI-ITES HIGHLIGHTS: 1.TASTE Different Variety Of INDIAN FOOD & Learn About It's History & INGREDIENTS 2.VisitHistoric SIKH Gurdwara (Temple) & It's MEGA KITCHEN, Where 15 THOUSAND+ PEOPLE EAT For FREE EVERYDAY 3. Visit ASIA"S LARGEST SPICE MARKET 4.Visit a SECRET ROOF TOP & ENJOY The TOP View of SPICE MARKET & OLD DELHI & TAKE AWESOME PHOTOS For Instagram 5.See FATEHPURI MOSQUE From The TOP 6.ENJOY TUK TUK RIDE IN Chaotic Old Delhi Market 7.Visit Historic JAIN TEMPLE & Learn About It.(ONLY in Morning & Evening Time Slot) Its Closed in the afternoon. Let's explore the history of Delhi food as we visit several eateries that you won't find in typical guidebook. After learning about the origins of the heart of the city, we'll start with Oldest Jalebi maker,Too sweet for you? Let's cross the road to reach a 147 years old Parantha's joint. Its time to involve yourself in a Gurdwara where we'll be making food with all generations & helping each other towards the goal of feeding people. All the food we've tried & made couldn't exist without spices i.e we'll pay tribute to their market. Will explain about spices and their flavors. An olfactory experience! Like every meal we'll finish in a 3rd generation shop with BEST LASSI.
- Jalebi - Samosa - Parantha - Roti - Daal - Gulab Jamun
Indian Beverages Lassi or Chai (Indian Tea) and mineral water
I’m JD, my family have a restaurant since 3 generations(since 1956), so food is my passion. I love to eat, cook & share. I created this experience so that I can share my knowledge on Indian food & make the travellers have the opportunity to see India through its food and not through a international chains of burgers or pizza. When I'm not cooking or eating I work on my clothing brand.
We will be in Chandni Chowk, oldest market of Delhi, our food playground, Site seeing of Red Fort from outside,Temple & Sikh Gurdwara and we'll visit India's biggest & famous Spice Market and a roof top.The mentioned places have history and heritage attached to them. In a Sikh temple we'll involve in the food preparation.
Ladies are requested to dress conservatively. When visiting a temple we have to remove shoes and socks and walk bare foot inside the temple premises. Wear comfortable shoes.