Eating at Karims is not like eating at any restaurant. Eating at karims is the whole experience of moving out of the plush roads of New delhi and getting into the cramped up roads of old delhi.
Well my journey started wen i got down near chawri bazaar cause my cab driver said that cars are not allowed in the street. I had to get a cycle rikshaw as autos didnt have the courage to go through the streets of chawri bazzar! The 15 min ride on the rik was no less than any roller coaster ride :D. there were two of us in the rik and the guy riding the rik was the size of my thigh :D.. he he... but he was riding the rik like it was an F1 car or something :D
The ride through the bazaar was memorable and finally he dropped us at a gully and pointed to a narrow opening which was around two feet wide. "Sabji theres ur Karim hotel". I was like WTF! From all the reviews and news i was getting abt Karims i was expecting it to be something huge!
i took a deep breath and walked through the passage and the smell of kababs and tandoor instantly rushed into my nostrils!. The place inside was a complete contrast, the hotel area was neat the tables clean, rushing with ppl but everything was still organized and well maintained.
The food out here is also good. They serve one of the best sheek kababs i ever had. We had sheek kabab, chicken tandori, butter chicken and romali rotis.
And me being a sweet tooth had phirni too! which i love by the way..
Will definitely recommend the place to anyone coming to delhi and it is definitely worth a a try!
P.S. I have uploaded he menu of the place so make sure of wat ur are gonna order at the place so that u dont have to wait for your food. And believe me waiting at karims for ur food especially with all that aroma around u and the sight of ppl eating is gonna be a "bit" difficult :D