Eating Out in Delhi

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Delhi's restaurant scene is improving at very fast pace. Numerous restaurants open up every month. These days even fantastic Italian or Thai restaurants have started, much to the relief of the big diplomatic crowd. Besides, Delhi's vendor stalls offer all sorts of food, ranging from deep-fried poppadums to fresh fruits. Of course, there is always a local restaurant where one can try the curries or thalis. Also, it won't cost you an arm and a leg to eat at these "local" restaurants. Furthermore, be aware that generally, food is cooked and served with a profusion of spices, something that might be par for the course for the locals but might be bothersome (that's putting it mildly) to an outsider. The same goes for meat at the vendor stalls: some people can fall sick by simply looking at it, while others can eat to their heart's content. It is quite common for both locals and travellers, to eat at hotels. Unlike in the West, hotels in India/Delhi often feature above-average food; one reason for this might be the need to maintain a reputation among the steady stream of foreign and richer Indians staying there.

In Delhi particularly in the South Delhi ask any body who is not aware about Rajinder da Dhaba near Kamal Cinema, Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi. So are the traditional resturant chains like Haldiram's, Nathu's, Bikaneriwala, Evergreen at Green Park, Bengal Sweets at South Ex-I, Mc Donalds, Nirulas, Domino's, Sagar Ratna, Karim's etc.

Particularly in Delhi one can be assured for the quality of foods, they are much better in quality than any part of the country. One must try the chole kulche from some famous out lets. One must not say no to Papri Chat, Tikkis, Raj Kachori, Kulfi Faluda etc. they are really mouth watering.   

 

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Brindavan

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type:Indian
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address:M-45 Greater Kailash Market
tel:(0)91 11 6421208

Coconut Grove

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type:Indian
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address:Ashok Yatri Nivas
tel:(0)91 11 3324511

La Piazza

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type:Continental
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address:Hyatt Regency
tel:(0)91 11 6181234

Beauty Cafe

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type:Fast Food
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address:33 B Khan Market
tel:+91-(0)11-4617643

Have More

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type:Indian
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address:Pandara Road Market
tel:(0)91 11 387070, 387171

Erna's Gourmet

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Erna's Gourmet offers lunches, a range of bread-spreads and fingerfood made to age-old Austrian and European recipes.

Order to your home or office minimum a day in advance - the wait is worth it.

type:European
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tel:+91-9818895546
url:www.ernas.at
address:Kishangarh
PriceOfMenu:500
email:maya@ernas.at

Xes Cafe

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Xes Cafe is nestled in the in the "bustling" Party and Shopping Area of Delhi - DLF South Court, which is also the part of the Mall Strip of Saket.

Xes Café brings the quintessential Coffee Shop experience to the favorite Party Spot of Delhi! Honest to goodness, wholesome and authentic food with an eclectic Bar Menu and Live Music with DJ - Casual yet Elegant.

Plus you get ample parking right next to the outlet - a luxury in Delhi.

type:International
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accessibility:easy
tel:91-11-41034444
url:canas.in
address:DLF South Court Mall
PriceOfMenu:Rs. 1800
email:info@canas.in

Smokeys BBQ and Grill

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Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE A friendly, casual diner, by people who love food, for people who love food, Smokeys BBQ and Grill has now opened its doors in the heart of the capital – Khan Market. Comfortable and exciting at the same time, it’s the sort of place to go with friends when you’re looking for heady cocktails, hearty meals and a great time.

 

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type:American
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accessibility:easy
tel:9899407151
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address:51, First Floor, Khan Market, New Delhi
PriceOfMenu:300
email:contact.smokeys@gmail.com

The Grill Room

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type:Continental
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address:New Delhi Hilton
tel:(0)91 11 3320101

Bukhara

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For the most tender Tandoori Lamb Raan you have ever had go to Bukhara Restaurant in the Sheraton in Delhi. It is a little touristy and they will rush you in and out but this dish is amazing. Also the Dahl is fantastic, it has got to be 90% fat, but it is so good. They also make the biggest Naan bread you have ever seen. Go with a group and be prepared to enter a food coma. You have to eat with your fingers if you really want to enjoy.

type:Indian and Pakistani
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address:Maurya Sheraton Hotel Delhi

Big Chill

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The most divine deserts and ice-creams you wont get them anywhere but here. Food is also amazing .

type:International
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address:Big Chill, Khan Market & GK 1,New Delhi

House of Ming

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type:Oriental
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address:Taj Mahal
tel:(0)91 11 3016162

sss

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Lovely food, great service and reasonably priced. A meal for 15 people cost around Rs 2500(about USD$55). Open till late although I wouldn't recommend eating there too late as the food is rich and delicious. You are bound to overeat and then suffer from a lack of sleep due to indulgence.

 

 

type:African
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address:Pandara Road 6
tel:(0)91 11 3388839, 3782949

Gourmet Gallery

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Andy: This place was shut down for a while, and reopened in the middle of 2000. Its a 3-story building that has a fastfood place on the ground floor, and and Indian restaurant, Mexican restaurant, and Continental restaurant on the other floors. Alcohol is served on all floors except the fast food place. The mexican restaurant has excellent food, and a really really good DJ. Continental was just so so, and Indian was good, but there are a lot of better places for Indian food in Delhi.

type:Continental
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address:E-12 South Extension Part II
tel:(0)91 11 6224651, 6224652

Thai Wok

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Ambience is just brilliant ..a place you will fall in love with. The charm is in sitting outside so ideally the best time to visit is evenings or the months of Oct- Feb. A terrace lounge bar, complete with Balinese tropical garden amidst pagodas.

Great ambient music.

type:African
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tel:2664-4289
address:1091/1, Ambawatta Complex, Mehrauli
PriceOfMenu:Avg. meal for 2 Rs. 800.

Alkauser Bar-be-que

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type:Indian
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address:Corner of Sardar Patel and Kautilya Marg.
tel:(0)91 11 3015183

D's Briyani Corner

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type:Indian
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address:Defence Colony Flyover Market
tel:(0)91 11 4691687

Aka Saka

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type:Oriental
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address:Defence Colony Market
tel:(0)91 11 4691265

Baluchi

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type:Indian
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address:New Delhi Hilton
tel:(0)91 11 3320101

Basil and Thyme

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type:Continental
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address:Santushti Shopping Complex
tel:(0)91 11 6187180
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