Dwarka, Sector 7: For some scrummy street sin
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Dwarka, Sector 7: For some scrummy street sin

City Spidey brings to you a handy list of must-have street grub in the city. If you are in Sector 7 market, do check out these absolutely great food options. Bon appétit!

Dwarka, Sector 7: For some scrummy street sin

Sector 7 market in Dwarka is the hub of classy restaurants and food joints, but every day, post sundown, you will witness a huge crowd on the street wolfing down mouthwatering roadside grub. From kebabs to momos to chaat to omelettes, there’s an array of pocket-friendly options to dig into.  

Call it what you will — unhealthy, fatty, bad on the stomach, but when you are looking for comfort food, nothing feels better than street junk.

City Spidey brings you up to speed with what’s hot on the streets.


1.  Kitchen Caboodle Restaurant (opposite Relaxo showroom)

Popularly known as KC, the place is famous for its tandoori momos — and, there are 10 varieties to sample from. Ravinder Saini, 26, who started the joint two-and-a-half years ago, claims to have pioneered tandoori momos in the sub-city.

Naveen Jain, a resident of Palam Village, says, “There are other places too that offer tandoori momos in Dwarka, but KC’s are the best. I also love their chicken achari momos.”

Besides the ubiquitous momos, KC also offers a variety of options in Chinese food. Starting price — Rs 40! There’s free home delivery too within a distance of 4 km for a minimum order of Rs 250.

Timings: 1 pm – 10.30 pm; remains closed on the last Tuesday of every month


Kitchen Caboodle Restaurant, popularly called KC


2.  Van Wali Chaat (opposite Siksha Bharti Public School)

The specialities of this on-the-move counter? Tikki chat and bhalle papdi. Puran Singh, 62, started his business 11 years ago after he bought a white Maruti van. The rest, as they say, is history. Singh says, “I never knew this place was going to become such a hit. I have a few customers who are as old as my van.”

You can get yourself a plate of tikki chaat for Rs 40.

Timings: 5 pm – 9.30 pm


Puran Singh's 11-year-old chaat counter in a Maruti van


3.  Rajiv Bhai Manglapuri ki Spl Pizza Omlette (opposite Vishal Mega Mart)

It’s a branch of the tiny omelette shop below Manglapuri flyover, known to serve the best omelettes in the city. While the stall in Manglapuri is nine years old, the Sector-7 branch opened only two-and-a-half-years back.

Plans are afoot to start another branch in Sector 10.

Sartaj, who lives in Sector 14, gushes, "Anytime I’m in this market, I’ve got to get myself a cheese omelette. A generous slather of butter, a whole lot of spices and shredded cottage cheese make these omelettes to-die-for. I also like their pizza omelette.”

A cheese omelette costs Rs 120, while a pizza omelette can be had for Rs 80.

Timings: 3 pm – 11.30 pm


The stall in Sector 7 is only two-and-a-half-years old, though it's parent branch in Manglapuri is much older


4. Pishori Chicken Corner (Ganpati Chowk, near CCRT Centre)

If your heart is craving for some heavy-duty, non-veg finger food, Pishori's kebabs will tick all the right boxes. Their mutton kebabs, malai tikka, tandoori malai chicken are absolutely sinful! Creamy masala onion with green chutney is another popular dish here.

Jasbeer Singh Gogi, 28, started Pishori in 2015, inspired by his father who runs a similar shop in Pritampura. He says, “My kebabs are not like other kebabs available in the market — my father and me have worked hard on these recipes. See, that why people keep coming back.”

A plate of mutton kebab costs Rs 90, while a malai tikka plate comes for Rs 130.

 Timings: 6 pm and 10.30; remains closed every Tuesday


Started in 2015, Pishori Chicken Corner is widely known for its non-veg starters