Look at the majestic Jama masjid coming to a glory undescribed - this can only be felt, can only be experienced
Al Jawahar - It is said that, Our First prime minister, Jawahar lal Nehru, was a great patron of this restaurant & used to eat from this place often - hence in his honour - thats what the hearsay is --Al jawahar along with Kareems - make up 2 of the most oldest food establishments in Jama masjid -- I personally feel, kareems is a bit overrated & so is Al-Jawahar- I am not too comfortable with the hygiene as well -- but as they say, when in rome do as romans do, so when you are on the street- Just dig into it
The mutton burra kebab - was not quite to my liking -- was quite crisp & dry & the mutton was not your melt in mouth type
The saving grace for the evening was the Mutton Seekh kababs- Juicy, soft, succulent, mildly spiced - These were as good as you get them at the best Muslim seekh kebab joints
The splendor of Jama masjid, the vibes of history, the lessons in life, in hardship, the almost industry made our of serving street food, just about average food- but soaking in the festive fervor, quite an enriching experience ...