The street food of Delhi just got the New York Times treatment and we were surprised by how much of it and other Indian street foods is available locally. Chaat, a mix of fried snacks topped with yogurt and hot sauce, is available at nearly all Indian restaurants. The deep-fried, potato stuffed pastries known as pani puri can be found at Azaad in the Northeast. Khajuraho India in Ardmore offers papdi chat: crackers topped in yogurt, fried potatoes and onions. Pakistani restaurant Kabobeesh does the best local rendition we’ve seen of subcontinent-style street kebabs. And kathi rolls, flatbread wraps of grilled meats and onions, can be found at Cafe Spice in Old City and Jaipur in King of Prussia.