New Delhi Restaurants
- 316, Near Jama Masjid, Matya Mahal Road, Gali Kababian, Old Delhi, Delhi, India5 reviews
Karim is probably the best known yet the most difficult to find restaurants in Delhi. Located as it is in the Diagon Alley I mean Chandni Chowk area with it's narrow and dark alley, finding way to Karim is tough bot as you gorge on some delectable cuisines you feel it was really worth it. Karim's is fondly referred to ...Popular with
- 4K-14 Connaught Circus, Block K, Connaught Place New Delhi, DL 110001, India2 reviews
This Indian diner chain now has several locations where you can pick up amazing street food. This is one of India’s oldest and most popular fast food chains, and it has had a repubtable name for years. There may be no seats, but the food makes this place definitely worth a visit!Popular with
Not, as the name would suggest, a hotel, but instead a hole-in-the-wall restaurant on the outer rim of Connaught Circus (Connaught Place) that serves the best chicken curry in Delhi. It's grubby, and there's usually a wait, but it's cheap and so delicious that you may find yourself forgoing other places to dine here again and again. Highly recommended. Bring ...Popular with
- 6Chanakya Puri, New Delhi, Delhi, India5 reviews
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- 7E-15 Connaught Place, New Delhi, India
Like Leopold's in Bombay, it's a place that people tend to end up at at least once. A little pricey, but with decent Indian and Continental food, it's an enjoyable place for a half-splurge meal, with the solicitous waiters and formal atmosphere.Popular with
- 10Green Park, Delhi, India
This place is sooo good! They have tons of snack foods and plenty of sweets that even those unaccustomed to super sugary Indian sweets will enjoy. My favourite is the dry fruit kachoris, savory dough balls stuffed with spiced raisins (kinda like the inside of mince pies) and deep fried.
- 11Basant Lok, Munirka, Delhi, India
A favorite among Delhi residents and a fun introduction to North Indian cuisine, Punjabi by Nature is all about the tandoor, a traditional clay oven. Even dedicated carnivores will love the tandoori gobhi, cauliflower marinated in yogurt and spices and baked until it's crispy on the outside. The raan-e-punjab, or marinated whole leg of lamb, is hearty, tender, and a ...
- 121534-50, Main Bazar,, Pahar Ganj, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi, India1 review
On the rooftop of Paharganj's Vivek Hotel, Sam's is one of the primary backpacker hangouts in the Delhi tourist ghetto. They do decent pizzas and breakfasts, can make coffee to a proper strength when asked nicely, and serve beer, though this last is demonstrably overpriced. Decent baked goods from the little visited bakery downstairs, as well.Popular with
- 13Main Bazaar, Paharganj1 review
Doing decent approximations of a broad variety of international cuisines, this cheapie is cleaner than some next door, with passable service, and a low probability of contracting typhoid. Oddly enough, their Saksuka (Israeli egg, tomato sauce, and pita dish) is fantastic.Popular with
- 14DLF Promenade, 125, Nelson Mandela Marg,, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi, DL, India2 reviews
- 15chandni chowk, delhi 110006
If you love paranthas (Indian stuffed flatbread), you'll adore this little alleyway near Old Delhi's Chandni Chowk. They say the oil in which they cook--ok, deep fry--the paranthas at the main stall here has never been fully changed, so that there is always a mollecule of the original oil mixed in with the rest. This famous street has some of ...Popular with
- 161 review
It’s been serving the Delhi junta since 1911 and has been in many top to-eat lists throughout the years. You must eat here if you are in Delhi. Do try the Mutton Burra, the Murgh-e-Jahangiri and the Roomali rotis to go with it.
- 17Hauz Khas Village, Hauz Khas, New Delhi, Delhi (state), India1 review
Very nice place in Haus Khas Village with multiple floors of seating. Very arty decor and a vibrant atmosphere.