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Restaurants in New Delhi

It will be no exaggeration to term Delhi as India’s Food Capital too. If food happens to be your passion, you are sure to have the time of your life hopping restaurants in Delhi. Home to 10000+ restaurants, you can never have enough of the food served in each of these restaurants. To make your life simpler, here’s what we did. We handpicked only the best restaurants in Delhi, enlisted the cuisines they serve, their addresses, add their respective images and created this page as a single source of information for the best Delhi restaurants. Scroll down further to read about the best restaurants in Delhi.

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Bukhara

Bukhara serves northwest frontier cuisine with rustic flavours alive in a traditional clay oven. Display kitchen is a visual retreat as it allows you to watch your meal being prepared. Renowned for its rustic atmosphere, Dal Bukhara which has achieved legendary status, succulent tandoor-cooked kebabs such as the Sikandri Raan, vegetables and family size Naans.
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Karim Hotel

Ancestors of this hotel served Mughals right from the time of Babur. The popular Karim Hotel is now in its fourth generation of management, having been established in its current location in 1913. With very simple décor and very delicious inexpensive Mughlai food it is one of the most favorite eating outlets in Delhi. One can get a fascinating insight into Old Delhi as it is located there. The Dil Bahaar Dopiaza Stew (mutton cooked without water in onions with curd and unground spices) and Dil Pasand (Heart\'s Liking) Seekh Kabab are some of very famous dishes of Karim.
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Veda

Veda is a Pan-Indian experience from which people will take back flavors and tastes of the glorious food of the vastly diverse richly blessed Indian Sub Continent. Here to grab your attention everything flickers and shimmers. The rich-red brick walls, strategic soft lighting and flickering shadows from low intensity chandeliers create an earthy feel to the restaurant. The cuisine is a contemporary interpretation of classic Indian cooking. Utterly authentic and yet also of the times we live in. Each one of the dishes is reflective of a commitment to preserving authenticity, identity and to ensuring a stirringly sumptuous culinary adventure.
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Punjabi By Nature

The multi-level Punjabi By Nature interiors are usually elegant, Robust waiters, dressed in smart Punjabi attire, complement the robust fare here. It\'s known for its unique creation of vodka gol gappas -fried crispy semolina shells filled with flavored vodka and other spices. The food is excellent, servings are generous, and the atmosphere warm and inviting. There\'s also a bar on the upper floor. The Brain Masala, Raan-e-Punjab (roast leg of lamb), Tandoori Lamb Chops, Dahi ke Kebab are highly recommended.
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Chor Bizarre

Chor Bizarre is one of its kind of restaurant that aims to capture the spirit of a \'thieves market\'. Interiors are enhanced with contains an eclectic collection of items that exude an old-world ambiance. It gives interesting dinning experience with awaken curiosity. The menu features the best cuisine from India\'s northern Kashmir region and is worth trying the \'Wazwan\' ceremonial feast, with over 36 courses.
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Dumpukht

Dumpukht a restaurant that aspires to revive India’s royal culinary traditions, with slow-cooked recipes borrowed from courts across the country – from Kashmir to Hyderabad to Awadh. It shows in the decor that uses elements of mirror work on the arches and walls. The modern face of the food lies in the generous offerings for vegetarians: Guchchi Sabz-e-Zar is recommendable. Though there are biryanis and what is undoubtedly the finest Kakori in the National Capital Region, Kham Khatai and Maash Qaliyai. Murgh Chandi Tikka has silver leaf on the dough, which incredibly doubles up as a tasty roti.
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Ice Lounge

At Ice Lounge you are surrounded by more than 50 tonnes of carved ice, with everything icy, the glasses, walls, seats, bar, sculptures, everything is made up of ice. You can even touch them and feel the chill. The best part is the costume they give you before entering, looking like an Eskimo. Arctic-themed cocktails and fruity drinks are served in glasses made entirely from ice, while you enjoy cool music and warm service in an environment that is truly unique.
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The China Kitchen

The China Kitchen is a Chinese Restaurant located at Hyatt Regency Hotel, China Kitchen is one of the few Chinese restaurants in Delhi to offer cold starters. Fungi Salad is a crisp, refreshing salad with three kinds of mushroom including white fungus, scented with a drop of sesame oil and fragrant Chinese vinegar. Stir-Fried Tenderloin with Green Chilli and Asparagus is a masterpiece of perfection with three flavours and textures.
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Chao Bella

Chao Bella is the most original Chinese eatery in the NCR has lounge seating and an open kitchen. Noodles are the specialty -there are eight types of noodles, at least some of which are likely to be hand-crafted in front of you. They range from the slimmest to flat to the thickest, with the rough cut \"shaved\" noodles being the most unusual. You choose the noodles you want along with the choice of sauce. Spicy dandan noodles Sichuan style; Shandong style noodles with orange peel in oyster sauce; hand-pulled super fine noodles with shrimps are recommended.
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Jade

Jade one of the most attractive Chinese restaurant in the NCR, Jade resembles a living room in the home of a Beijing aristocrat more than just another eatery. Sophisticated interiors enhanced by exquisite jade carvings adorning the walls and spot lights highlighting the bric a brac in golden niches create a subtle modernity making this restaurant the perfect setting for a truly delectable Chinese meal.
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Pan Asian

Pan Asian a large restaurant with a number of open kitchens, Pan Asian opens up a gateway to the exquisite culinary experiences that the Far Eastern world has to offer. Designed to invite interaction between guests and chefs, the cheerful ambiance includes live kitchens, beautifully dressed display counters, sushi and sashimi bars and table-top barbeque pits. It serves Chinese dim sums and main courses, Thai, sushi and Yakitori and Mongolian barbecue. It also has a couple of tables for do-it-yourself Korean barbecue. It is fun moving between borders, trying out a few items from each section rather than restricting oneself to just one country in the course of a meal.
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Wasabi By Morimoto

The award-winning Wasabi by Morimoto in The Taj, has Tatami Room, Sushi counter and Teppanyaki counter. Use of authentic Japanese ingredients, Japanese techniques inspirated from China, France, Korea and more one can experience here. There are 28 varieties of fish. There is an outstanding and dedicated veggie menu. Black Cod in Miso, Superlative White Fish Carpaccio and Yellow Tail Carpaccio, raw sliced Fish Sashimi and exquisite Maki and Nigiri Sushi are recommended.
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Sakura

Sakura, on the first floor of the hotel, has rather Spartan decor with blond wood and fire-engine red accents: a remarkable and more youthful transformation from its earlier avatar. Sakura is no more a kaiseki restaurant; the a la carte menu contains appetizers, soups, sushi, nabe or hotpot, grilled and braised dishes, deep-fried items, rice toppings, noodles and ramen. Ramen is the soul food of Japan rather than sophisticated food: In Japan, it is eaten on the run, and it is a pleasure to see it here.
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Dakshin

Dakshin is a melange of the cuisines of all four Southern States, with Tamil Nadu being represented the best and Kerala the least. Even a niche cuisine from Tamil Nadu, Mudaliar food, is available here: do not miss Kathirikai Chops. The Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh sections too are full of surprises. Don\'t miss Dal Thove that has spinach and coconut lentils, Kori Sukka, the Bunt classic, Raal Poruma Kootu, and Gongura Mamsam from coastal Andhra Pradesh, made with roselle leaves flown in regularly from coastal Andhra Pradesh.
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Sagar Ratna

Sagar Ratna has become a byword for South Indian fast food with its outlets spread in Delhi and NCR. This chain serves the vegetarian food of Karnataka as opposed to that of Tamil Nadu, which also has idlis and dosas, albeit with subtle differences in the taste. All Sagar Ratna outlets have a high degree of standardization, lightning-fast service and thali meals as well as snacks like idlis, dosas, Uttapams and Upmas. Sagar\'s affordable Fixed Thali is recommended for those who wish to have a full meal. Otherwise, try the Onion Rava Masala Dosa, the rice-dish-in-a-meal Bisi Bele Huli Anna and the Dahi Vadas, which are all good here.
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Nathu's Sweets

Nathu\'s is known for its sweets. Alongwith wide range of mithais, it also offers a variety of Indian fast food - Papdi Chaat, Gol Gappas, Dahi Bhallas, Chhole Bhature, parathas and dosas. People flock to this shop at Bengali Market to enjoy inexpensive snacks.Stalls selling Rasmalai and Kulfi Faluda attract frenzied crowds. Their namkeen is made in pure ghee and is highly recommended. You will find a huge crowd no matter what time of the day you visit, mostly office goers and shoppers, enjoying their share of snacks, least bothered by the non-existent ambience.
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