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Budget 150: All You Can Eat For INR 150 In Lajpat Nagar Central Market

Looking for a snack break while shopping? Here's everything you can score under INR 150 in Lajpat Nagar Central Market!
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All You Can Eat for INR  in Lajpat Nagar Central Market

Shopping is an evergreen favourite hobby! While having a crazy shopping spree, it is of utmost importance to keep eating and drinking as you continue your big day. 

Lajpat Nagar has been a hub for everything ethnic in South Delhi. It is a one-stop destination for everything Indian just like Chandani Chownk, which lies in Old Delhi. 

With a budget of a maximum of INR 150, there’s so much you can get a taste o in the Central Market of Lajpat Nagar. Here’s a whole list of things you need to give a try!

Golden Fiesta 

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Chinese thali is something you might have heard most people rave about when they visit this market. Priced at INR 150, this thali is an all-in-one dish. You will dig into desi Chinese with dishes of your choice from the platter. 

This thali is more or less, a meal that would fill your stomach after eating everything else on the list.

Dolma Aunty Momos And More 

Delhi's famous momo aunty, Dolma Aunty originated from Lajpat Nagar and this market will help you discover the real deal. 

With not just momos, you will find so much more at this stall. The stall expanded its menu after seeing the excessive rush, creating a high revenue, adding spring rolls, honey chilli potato, chilli chicken and many fun coolers to keep your summers chiller. 

Their entire menu is priced under INR 150, giving you a great budget to eat almost everything! 

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Lajpat Walle Ram Ladoo 

Lajpat Walle Ram Ladoo has been a favourite for most people visiting this market. Priced at INR 50 per plate, these ladoos will give you life. 

It’s the chutney that gives you the ‘chatkara’, with a sprinkle of chaat masala on top adding shredded ‘mooli’.

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Sitaram Pakodewala 

Pakodas have been basic snacking food in every Indian household. They are filling and delicious. You can have pakodas at Lajpat Nagar Central Market priced at INR 10- 25. Their mixed pakodas platters are ranged between INR 85 - 320, depending on the quantity. 

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Fruit Chaat 

Fruit chaat is an absolute favourite treat for the summer season. With seasonal fruit availability, you can score a fruit chaat for INR 30 - 50, depending on how much you desire, with a sprinkle of chaat masala on top to give you a tang. 

Softyboy Ice Cream  

Softy is one of the most relished food items for children and Lajpat Nagar Central Market has a well-known softy corner to fulfil your needs. A softy will generally be priced at INR 30, you will find 3 flavours; Strawberry Vanilla Twin, Chocolate Butterscotch Twin and A Simple Vanilla.

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Sweet Corn 

Sweet corn is something that is available at every shopping centre. This is a street food special and is usually spotted at small vendors, who may not even have a proper stall or shop. 

Adding some unique masala to the top of the corn, you will find this snack priced within the range of INR 20 - 40. 

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Siyaram Chole Kulche 

This is one of the highest-selling food stalls to have lived in the streets of Lajpat Nagar. Having a legacy of over 60+ years, this Chole Kulche dish is a must-try if you are on your visit to this market. 

You can procure yourself a plate that will be priced at INR 60. You can add a glass of ‘Raita’ to your dish and make it a meal. While on your way there, be prepared to go through a mob of people waiting in queue for the same. 

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Sweet Potato 

Sweet potato, also locally known as ‘shakarkandi’, is a mix of sweet and tang with the masala they add to the fruit. You can find the same vendor selling dry berries too. 

You can have a plate for the least expensive price of INR 20, going up to 50, depending on the quantity you desire. The same pricing is quoted for the berries, though they can start at INR 10. 

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