Samosa Chaat is one of God’s sparse blessings on an ungrateful human race.
At Dil-E Punjab Deli, the Samosa Chaat is a mere $4.
Now if you don’t know what a Samosa Chaat is, lemme explain quickly.
One of the many varieties of Chaat (Indian street food), Samosa Chaat is a spicy, tangy medley of broken Samosa pieces, yogurt, tamarind sauce, chopped onion, green chutney, cilantro and Chaat masala.
If your Samosa Chaat includes two Samosas, then it’s no longer an appetizer but a small meal in itself.
With ice cold beer, Samosa Chaat is the fastest path to Nirvana.
Dil-E Punjab Deli is open from 10AM to 10PM.
Subway: Take the C or E train to 23rd St or the 1 train to 23rd St and walk a few blocks
Dil-E Punjab Deli
170 9th Ave
(between 20th St and 21st St)
New York, NY 10011
In Brooklyn, you can get Samosa Chat for $5 at the 24-hrs restaurant Bukhari on Coney Island Avenue.
1095 Coney Island Ave
(Btwn Ave H & Glenwood Rd)
If you’re inclined to squander money, Samosa Chaat is available for a steep $7 at Kailash Parbat on Lexington Avenue in Manhattan.
99 Lexington Ave
(corner of 27th St)
New York, NY 10016