A Momo Eating Competition Is Being Held At Dolma Aunty’s Momos & OF COURSE, We’re Going!

Tue Jun 13 2017 | 739 Views

Delhi Food Walks is back again to blow your mind with Dolma Aunty’s momos in Delhi! They are now coming up with the Momo Eating Competition which we cannot wait to attend after the stellar performance at the Lassi competition and the golgappa eating competition. This is in celebration of the ongoing street food awards. They don’t have a lot of details but it sure is going to be absolutely maddening on 17th of June at 4 in the evening! So are you ready to pop them momos at the Momo Eating Competition at Dolma Aunty’s Momos?

Momo Eating Competition at Dolma Aunty’s Momos

Now, this awesome treat awaits you at the Dolma Aunty outlet at Lajpat Nagar. What with the momo ban attempting to take away our beloved momos, Delhi’s favourite Tibetan dish is ready to make a comeback. 

 Show us what you got at the Momo Eating Competition at Dolma Aunty’s Momos on June 17, 4 pm at Lajpat Nagar. To register, mail at delhifoodwalks@gmail.com

Registrations Are Now Closed. 

Dolma Aunty’s Momos

Dolma Aunty’s Momos Kiosk is one of the most known and loved momo thela in Delhi. She had moved to the capital in 1990 and knew she had to revolutionise the way Delhiites eat their street food, and boy did she nail it! Initially, she used to sell a plate of 6 momos for Rs 15. Can you imagine?

Hailing from the North East, Dolma Aunty has made a name for herself amidst the mushrooming number of street food kiosks and that is what makes her stand out of this crowd. I mean, it’s very easy to simply dismiss her offerings on the grounds of being unhealthy street food, but there’s a reason why her offerings attract a huge number of people every day. Isn’t that evidence enough to prove how good she is? 

Find out more about the event here.

Representative Photo Courtesy Of: Spoon University via Delhi Food Walks


Kasturi Roy

Kasturi has a keen interest in the Arts and burgeoning appetite for travel & culture. She engages with her mania for food, for a living. Based out of New Delhi, she's looking to begin a stationery movement, if only to deal with the impending and existing quarter-life crisis.