Where to eat Litti Chokha in Delhi? Top Bihari restaurants in Delhi, which offers the best Bihari food – Litti-Chokha in Delhi.
Litti Chokha is Sattu filled dumpling served with baigan bharta. Litti consists of balls of wheat and sattu (gram/lentil powder) formed into balls with spices, and then coated with ghee. Chokha is a Bihari term for baigan bharta. Litti is also eaten with aloo bharta or chicken gravy.
Let us know which are the most famous restaurants in Delhi which serves awesome Litti Chokha and other Bihari dishes. Below is the list of restaurants serving authentic Bihari food in the city.
The Potbelly Rooftop Café and Kitchen
The Potbelly Rooftop Café, Shahpur Jat is synonymous with Litti Chokha. The place is known to serve authentic and extremely delicious Litti Chokha an dother Bihari dishes. They serve authentically prepared (in Bihari-style and using local spices) Bihari delicacies like ghugni, khichdi, kadi, veg and non-veg Chaaps and special Bihari thali. The restaurant serves Litti with 3 types of Chokha- Baingan Bharta, Aloo Bharta and Mutton Chokha (Mutton Korma). You can also order special-Bihari lassi called Satu Cooler. A wholesome meal at the Potbelly Rooftop Café will cost Rs 800 for two people.
Cafe Wanderlust also serve traditional dish of Bihar – the Litti Chokha. It is accepted that the place serves one of the most authentic Litti Chokha in the city. The Litti Chokha made here is authentic and perfect. The Litti Chokha platter is also served with green mint-coriander chutney and mango-pickle. If you want something to drink, try their special Adrak wali Chai. Café Wanderlust is also known for serving great breakfast. The restaurant serves North Indian, street food, Italian, fast food and will cost you under Rs 1,000 (for two people).
Littiwala.com in Lakshmi Nagar is a popular takeaway joint in the area, known for Litti Chokha. It is one the very few places in Lakshmi Nagar where you can taste the authentic Litti Chokha. The place is known for authentic Awadhi flavor, delicious food and all that reasonable prices. It has been a favourite destination for Bihari food-lovers. Besides the traditional Litti Chokha, you can try Litti Chokha in various avatars such as Litti Ghost Awadhi, Litti Murg Nawabi, Litti with Ghuguni and Litti with Daal Tadka. You can also eat the paratha version of Litti Chokha, the Sattu stuffed Parathas with non-vegetarian and vegetarian stuffings. It will cost you around Rs 400 to taste the home-like Bihari delicacies at Littiwala.
Fauji Family Restaurant
Fauji Family Restaurant, Dwarka, New Delhi is a humble eatery famous for home-cooked Litti Chokha. The place is always crowded by Bihari food lovers in the vicinity. The place is accepted to serve delicious and crispy Littis accompanied with the authentic Chokha, made of Aloo and Baingan. The Litti served here are cooked in the traditional way, Littis are fried till they are glow in beautiful golden brown colour and Chokha is made of Aloo and Baingan. You can also eat Litti Chokha with spicy Chicken korma. A plate of Litti Chokha will cost you under Rs 100.
Bihar Bhawan canteen is a rare place where you can find almost every single Bihari dish. The place is always crowded and you can find people from Bihar in abundance. Bihari foodies flock this canteen for an affordable Bihari food. It’s the standard Bihari Litti Chokha that makes this place worth a visit. The Litti Chokha is cooked in the same ways as it cooked in Bihar, using mustard oil and Panchforan. You can also try other Bihari dishes such as Ghuguni, Sattu Sharbat and few Bihari sweets. Like I said before, the place is a affordable and a plate of Litti Chokha costs around Rs 150.
Apart from these places, you can try the ever popular Bihari Litti Chokha in Bihar and Jharkhand Food Stalls at Dilli Haat, Atta Market, Noida and Mayur Vihar Metro Station.