It's the holy month of Ramzaan and Delhi's streets leading up to Jama Masjid are a riot of lights, colors, festive gaiety and obviously Food!!
DelhiByFoot pioneered the ‘Silsila' of Ramzaan Cultural Heritage & Food Experience walks in Delhi 6 years back, bringing together elements of fun, story-telling, cultural heritage, photography & food. And this year, as in the previous years we are ready to host you again...Through the alleys of Delhi 6...to the brightly lit markets of Jama Masjid…sampling platterful of traditional Veg and Non-veg delicacies and beverages…
Lazzat-e-Iftaar: A Meaty Affair, Non-Veg Foods Spcls Walk
11th June, Sunday, 5:30PM – 9:30PM
Meeting point: Chawri Bazar Metro Station (Exit Gate#3)
Join our specially curated 'ONLY NON-VEG FOOD WALK' this Sunday!
Ramzaan ke Lazzatdaar pesh-kash.... Shaam ka waqt, the tastes of Iftaar....under the shadows of the grand mosque of Jama Masjid..some of the choicest non-vegetarian food is served during these days...at the Non-veg Hot-spot of our city, Delhi-6! Lazeez Kababs, Teekhey Biryanis, Butter-yyy Curries, Spicy Niharis, Lababdaar Gosht aur Swaadisth Double-ka-meethaa!! Bakra (Mutton), Chicken & Buff Meat will be our focus!
So Carnivores of Delhi come hungry!!!
Charges: Rs 1250/person (Incl of Cultural Heritage walk and unlimited non-veg Iftaari foods and beverages)
Children below 8 yrs go free. From Ages 9-12yrs, it is 50% of charges
These charges cover all costs for the traditional food & beverages. Excluding aerated beverages, photography charges at the Jama Masjid and rickshaw commuting costs, if any.
NOTE: Limited spots available, and prior booking is NECESSARY
CALL RAMIT @ 9871181775 FOR ANY SPECIAL REQUESTS OR GROUP BOOKINGS.
SEE PICS FROM PREVIOUS YEARS
HERE and HERE and HERE and HERE
MEDIA REPORTS ABOUT US
Sunday Guardian 2017
Hindustan Times 2016
Times Of India 2015
Burrp! Online Food Mag 2015
TOI Report of Best Ramzaan Walks 2014
New York Times' India Blog 2012
ESSENTIALS TO WEAR & CARRY:
1- Dress conservatively to respect religious sentiments of the people in the area and related festivities.
2- Loose, comfortable cotton clothes which covers arms and legs. No shorts/spaghetti tops etc...irrespective of gender.
3- Carry a covering for your head, irrespective of your gender
4- Do wear a easy-to-remove shoe/flip-flops.
5- Delhi is reeling under plastic waste, let's not pollute our city any further, so do please carry your own bottle of water.