Hotel Lakshmi Palace

6/65 WEA Gurudwara Road, Karol Bagh, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110005, India
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Good Indo-Chinese Fusion Restaurants Near GK

by sunnykand

Hi

I'm flying in for a week to attend a wedding. I love the indian style chinese type of cuisine. Can someone recommend me a good restaurant, with ambience & d├ęcor, near the GK area?

Thanks

Re: Good Indo-Chinese Fusion Restaurants Near GK

by robine

Best is probably the one in the Taj Hotel (I forget the name), but the Cafe Chinois in thr Oberoi is also good. Bon apetit!

Re: Good Indo-Chinese Fusion Restaurants Near GK

by lynnehamman

An excellent one is called Side-Wok. We were in Delhi in 2008, and its a popular eating place. There are a number of similar restuarants at Khan Markets, which is a really interesting place to visit anyway- shopping, eating, people watching.
Address is:
45, Khan Market Delhi (opposite Shri Gopal Mandir)
Open every day from noon till late.

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Re: Good Indo-Chinese Fusion Restaurants Near GK

by WWFRanger

In G.K. -2 Market you have Bistro,Mainland China,China Garden.In G.K. -1 Yo China,China Pearl.Elsewhere Berco's is also a very popular joint.

Re: Good Indo-Chinese Fusion Restaurants Near GK

by adx

Enter in M Block Market GK and u will find many good chinese food joints. One which I like the most is "Golden Dragon" at T point of August Kranti Marg and Outer Ring Road, which is just 2 kms from GK. Dont miss "Drums of Heaven" there. Berco's is again good one, but its in CP which is around 13 kms from GK.
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Re: Good Indo-Chinese Fusion Restaurants Near GK

by dreamcatcher_sk

You can try Pan Asian at Hotel Sheraton in Saket ,Delhi.. Fabulous food and ambiance ..Its got live interactive kitchens .. Love their Peking Duck ! Amongst the best in Delhi for this cuisine .. Happy Eating! :)

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Enchanting Mughal Architecture

by ukirsari

Humayun's tomb complex. One of Mughal building which showing so many great architecture style from the past. From decorative panel on facade, the minarets, jaali [as ventilation >> fine trellis], pishtaq [arch within a frame] 'till the dome, a complete half-sphere. The old buildings from Mughal Emperors which still stand still nowadays. For fine example: Humayun's Tomb.

Nice wooden stuffs

by ukirsari about Pedestrian stalls nearby Rajiv Chowk

My fave place to hang out in the evening. Walking along Connaught Place [CP] and looking several local crafts. From wooden boxes, frames, wooden fork and spoon [useful for making salad] and manykind of stuffs. My fave are wooden boxes, caskets and artificial jewellery [for souvenirs] Rs 2 - Rs 40 [hmmmmm, I do enjoy this bargain galore!]

Quirky but Good

by NedHopkins about Chor Bizarre

Antiques of various kinds are spotted around this restaurant, whose name is a play on 'chor bazaar,' meaning 'thieves' market.' One of the 'bizarre' things is a 1920s or '30s Fiat roadster modified to hold the buffet.

Located in the basement of the Broadway hotel, Chor Bazaar is as much an experience for the eyes as for the palate.

There's a full bar attached to the restaurant and another upstairs -- "Thugs" -- that features pictures of movie and real-life American gangsters.

The hotel itself does not seem very appealing; but the restaurant was packed. Tandoori chicken -- 240 rupees (about US$5.60 -- nicely marinated and roasted.

QUTAB MINAR- THE TALLEST BRICK TOWER IN THE WORLD

by kmohandas

The foundation of this world famous minar (tower) was laid by Qutbuddin Aibak of the Mamulk (Slave) dynasty towards the end of twelfth centuary. The construction was interrupted at the first storey after his death. The remaining 3 storeys were completed by Iltutmish, his successor with matching material in 1230 AD. Later, Firuz Shah Thugluk (1351-88) renovated the top storey which was damaged by lightning. He also added an additional storey and faced last two storeys with marble. King Sikandar Lodi repaired the damages, which was agin caused by a lightining in 1503 AD.
The tower has a diameter of 14.32 mirs. at base and 2.75 mtrs. at top. With a height of 72.5 mtrs., it is the tallest brick tower in the world. The protruding balconies with Stalactite pendentive brackets and ornate bands of inscriptions on it's facade heightens it's decorative effect.
Entry ticket cost INR 10 for Indians and US Dollar 5 for others.

North & South Secretariat Blocks

by Willettsworld

Built on Raisina Hill either side of the western end of Rajpath, North and South Block, also known as the Secretariat Buildings are among the most impressive state office buildings of the world. North Block houses the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Ministry of Finance while South Block houses the Ministry of External Affairs. Designed by Sir Herbert Baker, the buildings are raised on a plinth about 30 feet above ground level. North and South Block, along with Rashtrapati Bhavan, were built at a overwhelming cost of over 17.5 million rupees. Completed in 1929, it is said that the design of these buildings is based on the Union buildings in Pretoria in South Africa.

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