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5 Best Places to eat in Delhi

Delhi the place itself is rich in history. listing 5 Best Places to eat in Delhi as per my personal taste and view. Delhi is very famous for different invasions so it consists of people and tastes of different culture. Though there is lot of cuisines available here still Delhi is much famous for its North Indian cuisines. Delhi as because it is one of the metro cities it has been the place for all business and corporate dealings. That’s why people from all parts of India and from other countries are quiet frequent here. In order to cater their taste Delhi has provided with lot of varieties in menu and taste.

5 Best Places to eat in Delhi

Let us take a round of some of the famous restaurants in Delhi which deliver awesome memorable food.

Bukhara- It is a very old chain of restaurant. It is in ITC Maurya, Sardar Patel Marg, Chanaykyapuri in New Delhi. It is quiet famous as it was quiet time awarded as the best hotel in Asia. It has a lovely old rustic ambience. The kebabs and huge family nun is awesome here. It provides lovely series of North Indian Cuisine. For vegetarian Dal Bukhara is quiet famous.

This restaurant is little expensive. Rupees 1500 for two will be enough.

Veda- The lustrous glasswork will catch your eye ones you get into the restaurant. The interior decoration is marvelous chandeliers, lamps are lit all round. Red carpets are set all around. If you are going for a romantic dinner definitely it’s a big hit. Rohit Bal is the designer of this restaurant. The food is good too. This restaurant serves North Indian and Mughlai food. Their special dish Lamb leg is quite tasty. This restaurant is situated in outer circle, Connaught Place Delhi.

It will cost rupees 1500 for two.

Gulati-  Gulati is in Pandara road market, Delhi.It is one of the top restaurants in Delhi which provides delicious Mughlai, North Indian cuisine. They also serve Hyderabadi dishes. They are especially good in kebabs and Biriyani. This restaurant is into business since 1959. They have still carried the age old tradition of goo food.

Its quiet easy for pocket and it costs near about rupees 1200 for two people.

Punjabi By nature- It has three branches in Delhi one in Rajouri Garden, Vasant kunj and Club road, west Punjabi Bagh. It provides the authentic Punjabi food and has a variety of Golgappas. This restaurant provides lovely veg. starters and for non-veg. so do not miss Raan-e- Punjab (huge lamb chopped into pieces). Malai Palak Kofta is also very tasty.

Rupees 1500 will be enough for two people.

Park Baluchi- Park Baluchi is situated in Hauz khas Village, New Delhi. It is just in the middle of Deer park. It has a very beautiful setting. It serves Mughlai and Indian cuisine. The Shool Kababs are very tasty. Afghani chicken and Rogan Josh are unforgettable. It has both outdoor and indoor seating. It has live music for its guests.

Rupees 1500 hundred can approximately do for two people.

There are also other famous restaurants which one can visit such as Pind baluchi , Sagar South Indian Restaurant, Rajdhaani, have more, Yumyum Tree, Pebble Street Lounge, Moti mahal, Hauz Khas Social, Berbeque Nation, Monkey Bar, Rajinder the dhaba , Karim Hotel and many more.

For foodies Delhi has lot to offer. For everyday “Zyaka” one han visit Chandni Chawk there you can visit Paranthe wali gali for great parathas, Karim’s Hotel for Kebabs, Jalebi wala for jalebis, Kake di hatti for naan sabji and dal makhni, Natraj dahi Balle for dahi balle and aloo tikki, Amritsari lassi corner for great lassi and many more.

 If possible hover around with friends and foes in Delhi Haat, Nehru place, Khan Market, Pandara Road, Connaught Place too.

Dilli Haat offers you with authentic Rajasthani dishes, Sea foods from Lakshadweep, Hyderabadi Biriyani, Bengali dishes , Kashmiri flavors and of course the North Indian cuisine.

Nehru place is well known for computer peripherals. It has huge number of customers and for them especially various types of snacks and Chinese fast foods are available. If possible have a taste of paneer chawaal and rajma chawl it’s really cheap and very tasty.

Khan Market is new developed place with lots of entertainment for you from movie halls to shopping plazas. There some places are really worthy for food such as Khan Chacha kabab corner, Blanco, Chonas, Kitchen, Ap ki Khatir.

Pandara market is rich with lot of hotels which serve North Indian cuisine like Chicken Inn, Ichiban Restaurant, Have More, Pindi, Giani’s, Gilato Roma.

Connaught Place the rich place filled with lots of shopping centers, big brands and lot of food places. The Bengali Market,Embassy, Nizam’s Kathi  Kabab, Annad Dhaba, Kake di Hatti and Gola all are famous for their own specialty.

For food lovers -be they are college student, job seekers or business tycoons Delhi has lot to offer which is according to their pocket. So, don’t hesitate to have your favorite cuisine in your favorite place. Have a view of the above mentioned places which will give a proper idea to the food lovers.

About Indrani Banerjee

Indrani Banerjee
Indrani is born and brought up in West Bengal-the state which is enriched with culture. Her educational qualification consists of Masters in English and Masters in Human Resource. She loves to deal with people and keeps desire to do something remarkable as she believes that there are only two resources on the earth-one is environment and another is human that’s why career wise she works as an HR Generalist. Reading and writing on varied articles is one of her desired extra curriculum activity. She loves to talk, spend quality time with friends and family. She is quiet travel freak. Among her hobbies cooking will take a very important place. She loves to do embroidery and paintings. Rather than that she is from a cultural background so dancing and painting is also added in her extra curriculum activities. For her family is most important and she lives for them .And she also believes whatever she is today because of them. She believes in God. She always believes that:”Learn from yesterday, live for today and hope for tomorrow”.

2 comments

  1. Awesommmeeee… falling in luv with Delhi 🙂

    • Hey hi Piyali,

      Yes it’s true…u wshould fall in love. Delhi is such a wonderful place and for food it’s just lajawaab….

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