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    Kwality Restaurant A/C: Kwality Restaurant Connaught Place

    by RAJASTHANBYCAR Updated Feb 25, 2006

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    Soups
    TANDOORI
    Seekh Kabab, Tandoori Murg, Fish Tikka,
    ( Vegetables )
    Kadai Paneer, Shahi Paneer, Palak Paneer, Navrattan Vegetable, Dal Makhani, Raita.
    ( Rice )
    Chickaen Biryani, Sada Basmati.
    CONTINENTAL
    ( Fish )
    Fish Fried, Grilled Fish, Cheese Baked fish
    MUTTON
    DESSERTS
    Ice Cream, Fruit Salad, Darjeeling Tea, Cona Coffee, Cassatta, Gulab Jamun.
    BAR

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    Fujiya Restaurant Full A/C: Fujiya Restaurant/Japanese & Chinese Food

    by RAJASTHANBYCAR Updated Feb 25, 2006

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    You can find Japanese and Chinese Food Vegetable, Chicken, Prawns, Lamb, Pork, Japanese Specialities, Soups, Poultry, Pork, Delicacies from the Sea, Rice, Noodles and Chopsuey, Vegetable Specialities, Chinese Salad, Sauce etc.

    Wine and Bear Bar

    Opening Time 11.30 AM to 11.15 PM

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  • "Collections": Restaurants of Delhi

    by dsantosh Updated Jul 2, 2003

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    India Gate

    1.Kwality Restaurant ,: 7, Regal Building, New Delhi - 110001
    2.The Village Bistro, Complex of Restaurants
    Address : 12, Hauz Khas Village, Near Deer Park, New Delhi - 110016
    3.Essex Village Garden, 4- Aurobindo Marg, Mehrauli Road, New Delhi - 110016
    4.Tarcoise Cottage, 81/3 - Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi - 110017.
    5.Park Balluchi Restaurant, Inside Deer Park, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi - 110016

    Favorite Dish: Karim Hotel Delhi - Mughlai food restaurant
    http://www.karimhoteldelhi.com
    Mama's Oven - Pasta, salads and cakes
    Moets - Multicuisine restaurant(http://www.moets.com)
    Nathus Sweets - Sweets, snacks and fast food store(http://www.nathusweetsjkg.com)
    Nirula's - Restaurant, hotels and pastry shop chain(http://www.nirula.com)
    Nizams - North Indian cuisine restaurant(http://www.nizams.com)
    Panchshila Rendezvous - Multi cuisine restaurant
    Pebble Street - Continental, Italian and Mexican cuisine restaurant(http://www.pebble-street.com)
    Pizza PizzaExpress - Pizza chain joint in Delhi
    Thank Goodness Its Friday - Restaurant cum bar(http://www.tgifindia.com)
    Other reference
    http://www.tulleeho.com

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    Restaurants

    by santoshkr Written Mar 8, 2003

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    Delhi is noted for its Mughal cuisine, a direct legacy of the Mughal rule. A Central Asian nomadic cuisine of braised meats, kebabs, pilafs and breads using the clay oven (tandoor) evolved with the use of local spices and herbs into a rich range of dishes popularly known as Mughlai

    Delhi has excellent restaurants that serve a range of cuisines from around India and abroad. Many of these are to be found in the hotels. Dum pukht at welcomgroup Maurya Sheraton has revived a delicately flavoured stem-cooked cuisine form Oudh. Bukhara at the same hotel is noted for its North West Frontier food as also the Frontier at the Ashok Hotel

    Fine South Indian food ranging from dosas and idlis to chillihot Andhra curries and coconut based delicacies from Chettinad and Kerala can be sampled at Sagar, Dasaprakash, Sagar Ratna, Andhra Bhavan and Coconut Grove.

    Western and continental cuisine served in restaurants known as much for their marvellous ambience and décor as their food, include the Orient Express at the Taj Palace Hotel, Pierre at the Le Meridien, Pickwick at the Claridges Hotel, and the Captain’s Table at Taj Mahal Hotel.

    Fine Chinese and Thai food is found at several restaurants in the city including the exotic Spice Route at the Hotel Imperial, Baan Thai at the Oberoi, House of Ming at the Taj Mahal Hotel, Chinese Room at Nirulas and a host of others.

    Fast food outlets like Wimpys, McDonalds, Pizza Hut, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Dominos and Nirulas are round around the city

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    My favourite restaurant was...

    by sandravdp Written Sep 7, 2002

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    My favourite restaurant was the restaurant on the roof of my hotel in Delhi. It has a marvelous view over Delhi and the food is great! The address you can find at my accomodation tip. Also nice is the 'Gaylord' restaurant near Connaught Place. It's just across the underground bazar there. It chique and a bit expensive, but you will love the taste of curries here. Also nice and cheap are the restaurant at Pahar Gangj. Go to the ones that look clean.

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  • Many restaurants are there...

    by srhussaini Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Many restaurants are there which are better than one another.
    Indian Food Restauranls
    Continental & Others Restaurants
    Chinese & Eastern Restaurants
    Fast Food Corners
    Coffee Shops
    Bars

    Favorite Dish: India has an amazing variety of non-vegetarian and vegetarian cuisines.

    Contrary to what you may have heard all Indian food is not hot and spicy -- most dishes are only richly garnished to provide an exciting flavour. In Delhi, you will find restaurants that serve Indian, Chinese, Continental and other cuisines. Liquor is available in wine shops. It is also served in bars and restaurants in all major hotels, and in some other restaurants. Theatres etc. are not licensed to serve liquor. The Ist and 7th of each month and specified holidays are dry days when all Liquor shops remain closed.

    THE CONSUMPTION OF LIQUOR IS PROHIBITED IN PUBLIC PLACES.

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    No specific one. Eating out in...

    by ASHFAQUE Written Aug 26, 2002

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    No specific one. Eating out in Delhi can be quite expensive as compared to Mumbai,and the better restaurants are in the 5 stars. Here are a few: Bukhara at the Maurya Sheration-kebabs and more, Italianni's at the Radisson Hotel-Italian, La Piazza at the Hyatt Regency-Italian, Dum Pukht at the Maurya Sheraton-where the Clintons dined on Lucknowi food. Brik at the Grand Hyatt(a 7star)-European cuisine, Orient Express-at the Taj Palace.
    The non-five stars.. Basil and Thyme at Santushti Shopping Complex-fabulous Continental food and pleasant ambience..mmm!!Open for lunch only.A must visit!Reserve a table before you start your shopping!Reasonable, Turquoise Cottage from the Orient at Aurobindo Marg-lovely Thai!, Colonel's Kababz in the Defence Colony Market-lots of good kababs!Though the ambience isn't fascinating.Reasonable, Sagar in the Defence Colony Market-good South Indian food(dosas,idlis etc)Very Reasonable, Soul Kitchen opp the Park Royal-mostly continental, Evergreen in Green Park Market-mmm..Delhi's authentic Chhole Bhature!Very Reasonable.
    also,do visit the two restaurants at The Imperial Hotel(Janpath) err...that's if you have any money left after eating out so much!!!

    Favorite Dish: chhole bhature,kashmiri biryani,and kebabs!

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  • McDonalds can be found...

    by indyj001 Updated Aug 25, 2002

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    McDonalds can be found everywhere now,try the indian version of the menu..worth trying...if you are a vegetarian,then you will certainly find it good.

    Delhi Haat is another place in Delhi where you can try out most of the dishes in Delhi itself!Ask for it by name and any taxi can take you there.
    Cheap and ehthnic indian stuff can be bought from Janpath in Connaught Place and Delhi Haat near South extension.

    Favorite Dish: If you can go for the spicy stuff go for the Mughal Foods.U can try the following :
    - Chicken kadai
    - Chicken changhezi
    - Chicken Mughlai
    - Chicken Tikka
    and a lot of other amazing dishes

    U can as well try the dishes from the north and south of India.These are the kind of food that you will find almost everywhere.for south indian try the restaurants at Defence COlony Market and restaurants at the Connaught Place.

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    In Delhi you get all type of...

    by Malayanil Written Aug 24, 2002

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    In Delhi you get all type of food. One of my favourites is Berco's for Chinese. As I am vegetarian I love veg. manchurian and fried rice over here.

    For Punjabi food my favourite is Anand Restaurant at Janpath Lane specially for Dal Makhni and Veg Biryani.
    Bercos offers fast and good service and is very populars amongst Delhities.

    Anand Restaurant is all time favourite for many locals as it is an old and very popular joint offers tempting food with lots of spices.

    Favorite Dish: Bercos I've told you is Veg. Manchurian.

    Anand restaurant is famous for its Chicken/Mutton Biryani (Rice).

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    In Delhi one should look...

    by subrata Written Aug 24, 2002

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    In Delhi one should look forward to having
    Indian Cuisine - especially Mughlai and
    Punjabi, they are hot, spicy and lot of oil
    and certainly very exciting.
    Indian Restuarants are:
    Bukhara Maurya Sheraton,
    Chor Bizarre Hotel Broadway,
    Dastar Khawane Karim Nizamuddin,
    Dum Pukht Maurya Sheraton,
    Durbar Ashok Hotel,
    Khyber Hotel Siddharth,
    Mohalla The Village Bistro,
    Kandahar The Oberoi and lot more.
    Ofcourse one can have the Macdonalds and
    KFC's and Wimpy's but my favorite remains
    The Nirula's.

    Favorite Dish: Indian and North west frontier cuisine- Tandoori and Kebabs.

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  • No specific one.Eating out in...

    by shalin Written Aug 24, 2002

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    No specific one.
    Eating out in Delhi can be quite expensive as compared to Mumbai,and the better restaurants are in the 5 stars.
    Here are a few:
    Bukhara at the Maurya Sheration-kebabs and more,
    Italianni's at the Radisson Hotel-Italian,
    La Piazza at the Hyatt Regency-Italian,
    Dum Pukht at the Maurya Sheraton-where the Clintons dined on Lucknowi food.
    Brik at the Grand Hyatt(a 7star)-European cuisine, Orient Express-at the Taj Palace.

    The non-five stars..
    Basil and Thyme at Santushti Shopping Complex-fabulous Continental food and pleasant ambience..mmm!!Open for lunch only.A must visit!Reserve a table before you start your shopping!Reasonable,
    Turquoise Cottage from the Orient at Aurobindo Marg-lovely Thai!,
    Colonel's Kababz in the Defence Colony Market-lots of good kababs!Though the ambience isn't fascinating.Reasonable,
    Sagar in the Defence Colony Market-good South Indian food(dosas,idlis etc)Very Reasonable,
    Soul Kitchen opp the Park Royal-mostly continental,
    Evergreen in Green Park Market-mmm..Delhi's authentic Chhole Bhature!Very Reasonable.

    also,do visit the two restaurants at The Imperial Hotel(Janpath)
    err...that's if you have any money left after eating out so much!!!

    Favorite Dish: chhole bhature,kashmiri biryani,and kebabs!

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    Govinda's Restaurant: Govinda's Restaurant Pure Vegetarian

    by RAJASTHANBYCAR Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Thali Food
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    Pure Vegetarian Food with Continential Cusine, visit the Iskon temple and eat there.

    Favorite Dish: Fixed Thali food with sweets Rs 90 the food see in the Thali.

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    Flavors Restaurant: Italian Food

    by RAJASTHANBYCAR Written Apr 8, 2007

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    Country side

    This is a nice Italian restaurant in Delhi.Where you can try a nice Italian Piza.Also the Pasta is well-done.
    Suggested for those who are tired of Indian kitchen.

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    Hotel Alka: Hotel Alka Pure Vegetarian

    by RAJASTHANBYCAR Updated Feb 25, 2006

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    Delhi's typical vegetarain cuisine in pure desi ghee, without onion & garlic, served in traditional Thali as well as ala carte.

    Open 12 noon to midnight

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    Essex Farms: Essex Farms The Food Culture

    by RAJASTHANBYCAR Updated Jan 26, 2006

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    Essex resturant service all tourist needs-food varies from wide range of India through Chinese to Continental.Good tastes, perfect service, reasonbale price.
    by kati from Hungary

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