India is a country with immense culture & diversity, now people are looking forward to another festival, that is, Bakra Eid. The festival exactally means ‘feast of the sacrifice’ and lasts for three days. As per the Hijri calendar or the Islamic calendar, Eid al-Adha, Bakrid or Bakra Eid falls on the 10th day of Dhu al-Hijjah, the last month of the lunar year.
To celebrate Eid al-Adha Festival, Muslims will treat themselves with a wide variety of delectable delicacies. Some of the most popular tablewares which are prepared on this day are mutton korma, mutton keema, mutton biryani, as well as a variety of desserts like sheer khurma and kheer.
For those who want to go out and have a delightful food on the Bakrid, here you will get the list of 6 best places to enjoy in Delhi.
Karim’s, Jama Masjid
Located in the thriving streets surrounding Jama Masjid, generations swear by the food at this eatery. Most popular and loved for its amazing food such as the Nihari and Bara Kabab, Karim’s is the go-to place for Mughlai lovers.
Al Jawahar Restaurant, Jama Masjid
Al Jawahar is also famous in their own right and no one should miss the Aloo Ghosht and Mutton Stew. The kebabs are in abundance and include varieties like afghani, Burra and tandoori tikkas. Fried chicken in spicy masalas and a dash of lemon. Finish your meal with Shahi tukra and/or phirni.
Ashok & Ashok Meat Dhaba, Sadar Market
Hidden away in the bustling streets of Sadar Bazar, at Ashok & Ashok Meat Dhaba, with everything prepared in pure desi ghee, some of the heavenly things that you must try here are the delicious mutton curry, & chicken curry and mutton biryani. This dhaba – as the name suggests – is famous for its meat preparations.
Al Bake, New Frens Colony
Anyone and everyone in Delhi knows about the amazing Shawarma at Al Bake in New Friends Colony. The place is always crowded and you may have to wait for the order, but it is completely worth it. The joint is pocket-friendly and the creamy curd chutney will have you licking your fingers.
Ghalib Kabab Corner, Nizamuddin
One of the awesome kabab magnates in the vicinity, Ghalib Kabab Corner at Nizamuddin, is the reason to overdose on the delicacy. Must have dishes are Mutton Qurma, Mutton Shami Kabab and the mutton Tikka Roll.
Old Famous Jalebi Wala, Chandni Chowk
There is no complete celebration of a festival without sweets. The jalebis are iconic and hard to find anywhere else in the capital. So stuff yourself silly while you’re at it! The Old Famous Jalebi Wala in Chandni Chowk should be your last spot for a sweet taste.
This year the festival celebrated from the evening of Tuesday, 21 August to the evening of Wednesday, August 22. All the Islamic people across the country sacrifice a male goat on the final day and feast on it to celebrate Prophet Ibrahim’s supreme sacrifice and God’s solicitude towards him.