From a fierce feast with the beautiful people to a meal that feeds the body and the soul, Andrew Zimmern goes deep into one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in the world: Delhi.Go to Episode
At the market Chandni Chowk, Andrew samples street food like Daulat ki Chaat (a sweet dish made from milk froth) and Nihari (hearty stew made from buffalo thighs, trotters and brains).
N-Block, Connaught Place, Delhi 110001 India
El Jawahar Restaurant
Andrew stops at El Jawahar Restaurant located at the entrance to Chandni Chowk Market and directly across from gate 1 of the Jamah Masid, the largest mosque in India. Brain curry, liver and kidney stew, lamb brains and goat testicles are on the menu.
Connaught Place, Delhi 110001 India
Andrew visits Oh! Calcutta in the neighborhood of Nehru Place. Chef Joy Banerjee joins him for Bengali favorites "core," banana stem cooked with black mustard seeds, mustard oil, whole red chilies, toasted green chilies, coconut and banana plant.
Park Royal Hotel InternationalTrade Tower, Nehru Place, Delhi, India
One of the 50 best restaurants in the country, Bukhara is the first choice for presidents, kings, rock stars and just about anybody who loves great food. Andrew samples chicken cooked in tandoor, roasted pomfret and braided lentils.
Andrew ends up at the Gurdwara Bangla Sahib Temple, located in Connaught Place or CP as the locals call it. This is Delhi's commercial hub and a popular shopping center. His special meal here includes rice, lentil dal, chippati and curried vegetables
Baba Bangla Sahib Marg, across from Gole Post Office, Delhi, India