New Delhi Restaurants

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    Daniell's Tavern, Jan 2014
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    Smokeys BBQ and Grill: Awesome Burgers and Hot Dogs

    by VishalB4 Written Jul 8, 2014
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    Food - 5
    Ambiance - 5
    Music - 5
    Crowd 5
    I went to Smokeys on Saturday. It was bollywood night. Despite of the packed crowd at Smokeys the Food served was awesome. I started with the appetizers, i ordered Chicken Wings and Atomic Drumsticks - both were cooked very well. Then i moved to my favorites - Burgers. I ordered Sliders to taste four different flavors. Pulled tenderloin burger & lamb burger was delicious. I like Bacon so I asked for more bacon in my burger :P :P and it was well served. Then i went to the mains sections and asked for the recommendation from the manager. He recommended me Pork Ribs and and John Dori Fish. Pork Ribs were so well cooked and meat was well marinated with sauces. Not being a fish lover (was with one of my bong friend) I tasted John Dori. The fish was good and tasted well with the risotto & the sauce they served. It was time when my stomach was about to burst but i still ordered Dessert. I ordered Apple Crumble Pie and the topping was awesome. The Pie was melting in my mouth. I must say whosoever made this, has done justice to the dessert. Apple Pie topped with Vanila Icecream and Toffee Sauce was perfect end to an meal.

    Favorite Dish: John Dori Fish, I am not a fish lover but when i had it at Smokeys, it was well cooked and tastes awesome.

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    Natraj Dahi Bhalla Corner: One of the best Indian fast-food in Delhi

    by udtaparindaa Updated Jun 17, 2014

    One of the very old and famous places to have some mouth watering "Aalu Tikki" and "Dahi Bhalla". Located in the Chandni Chowk area and in the lane very next to the metro station it's a very small shop and has no place to sit or hang out. You just order eat and move on or pack your stuff. It's always super busy and the only two dishes served here are both awesome.

    Both the items on menu are Rs. 50 each a plate

    For those who wish to know what exactly is Aalu Tikki and Dahi Bhalla pls check out the following links for their recipes
    Dahi Bhalla

    Aalu Ki Tikki

    For reference, in Hindi Potato is called "Aalu" and Yoghurt is called "Dahi"

    Favorite Dish: I liked "Tikki" much more

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    Garden Chef: Chinese takeaway after visiting Lodhi Gardens

    by udtaparindaa Updated Jun 4, 2014
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    Its a roadside stall. the only thing you can rate it for is primarily the taste of the food and secondarily hygiene and its maintenance.

    I found both to be good enough. We had Garden Chef Special Veg Soup, Veg Spring Roll, Egg Spring Roll and Egg Garlic Noodles (all of this for two of us...yeah we were damn hungry after the arduous photoshoot we did at Lodhi Gardens). They usually make it bit spicy so you need to mention whether you to wish to tone it down or want to level up further.

    Liked it

    Favorite Dish: Egg Garlic Noodles

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    Amritsari Chaap Waale: Mouth watering Keema Kaleji

    by udtaparindaa Updated May 28, 2014
    the variety of chaap to select from

    If by any chance you go to the Lajpat Nagar market (which also has the upscale restaurants like "The Colony Bistro" and "1440") visiting this small outlet is surely an option if you wish to try something new and unique.

    All dishes consist of Soya Chaap (aka Soya Sticks fyi) and the best among them was "Keema Kaleji" and "Special Tawa Chaap Gravy". We also tried Afghani Chaap and Haryali Chaap and they did taste good but were too oily.

    PS: It's 100% vegetarian stuff

    Favorite Dish: The best dish was Keema Kaleji with Roomali Roti

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    Kitchen & Chicken: Don't miss the Jhal Muri!!

    by udtaparindaa Written May 24, 2014

    A small stall in the South Ex part II market of New Delhi is kind of a modern day street vendor and has enough options to fill someone's tummy with content at a very reasonable pricing and great taste.

    We had Jhal Muri, Bhel Puri and Bhangra Pepsi and all were good. The market has loads of other eateries as well and I am surely gonna visit the place soon to try out something new and savour other delicacies at offer :D

    Favorite Dish: Jhal Muri...but Beware it's very spicy and do mention him to tune down the spices if you can't handle them well :P

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    Karim's: arguably Delhi's most famous culinary destination!

    by udtaparindaa Updated May 18, 2014

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    Seekh Kebab - my fav :D
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    A complex within the narrow lanes of Delhi-6 that may not attract your eyes at the first look but upon tasting the food here, your taste buds are gonna dance in joy. Started in 1913, it was started by Haji Karimuddin and is the main restaurant famously known as the "Karim's" (there are many others running all over with the same name).

    From starters to main course to desert it will satisfy you in all aspects. "Seekh kebab" and "Shami kebab" as starters and "Tandoori Raan" in main course is something that I loved a lot. The small complex looks hygenic enough and the sitting arrangements are good too. The pricing is very affordable and will add to your overall satisfaction level further.

    A must visit restaurant for Non vegetarians visiting New Delhi.

    Favorite Dish: Seekh Kabab...Love them :D

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    Johnny Rockets: Skip it totally!!

    by udtaparindaa Updated May 12, 2014

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    the horrible burger that looked good :(

    My views about food are pretty straightforward and blunt and this outlet surely has been added to my "never visit again" list. I have no clue how this place has such high rating but then a perception that stems in many people that if it's costly its bound to be good may be the reason.

    We had a couple of Houston and Route 66. The moment the 3 of us had our first bite we were staring at each other on what the hell is this...its not worth all that money. The burger isn't worth even for one third of the current pricing at which they are selling...its just pure marketing gimmick if it continues to run (as could be seen with some dance steps and all and small performances to get the public involved and attract more customers).

    Skip this place totally unless you wanna give a 500 rupee note to some tasteless burger. I guess it's a popular brand in America but believe the burgers here sucked and yes they don't serve beef here (FYI).

    Favorite Dish: Avoid it or maybe just run away from it as fast as you can :P

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  • Gauri's Bake Away: Cheap and delicious cakes!

    by MarcL25 Updated Apr 26, 2014

    This is a new home-bakery that just popped up in New Delhi.
    The bakery offers both local and international pastry, as well as different kinds of bread and pies.
    What makes this place so special is that it is not a big bakery shop. It is a traditional indian home, where you get the chance to taste homemade pastry that is made with love and care.

    It is a must for anyone who visits New Delhi =)

    You can visit their facebook page for more information
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Gauris-Bake-Away/734016526682528

    Favorite Dish: The cheese sprinkled pretzels are a true delight, and I also loved the chive and cheddar popovers, which I enjoyed for my breakfest during my stay there,

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    Bukhara: Superb Northwest Indian Cuisine

    by MM212 Updated Mar 11, 2014

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    Bukhara, Jan 2014
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    Located at the ITC Maurya Sheraton Hotel in New Delhi, Bukhara serves dishes from the north-western region of India. This type of cuisine is typically in the form of very richly flavoured kebabs served without rice, which is unusual for Indian cuisine. The restaurant has received many notable mentions and became famous when it was visited by Bill Clinton, and for this reason some say it is somewhat over-hyped. However, if you brought your expectations down to a reasonable level, you would enjoy a very savoury meal, possibly one of the most delicious in New Delhi. It was for me in March 2009.

    Update: I had lunch here again in January 2014 and had an excellent meal.

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    Hard Rock Cafe: Rocking atmosphere!!!

    by udtaparindaa Written Feb 28, 2014

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    music,beer and burger  Cheers!! :D
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    Have been to this one thrice so far. Yes it does hurt my pocket and even though I may crave to go there more often I prefer not to as it leaves a small hole in my pocket if not a huge one.

    Nevertheless this place simply roxxx. The flowing rocking music, the carefree & friendly waiters, the ambiance and the tempo that keeps soaring higher and higher as the night proceeds.

    Although during my first visit I was bit disappointed as I love trying out new beers and their menu did offer me a few options that were totally new to me. Sadly most of them were not in stock. So finally me and my friend settled for one of our favs Erdinger with a "Legendary Burger".

    My next visit was with a friend who is a teetotaler and she preferred that I too don't drink. Yes it was disheartening but then I thought of going along. I had a "Tex-Mex burger" which wasn't as good as the "Legendary Burger". We also hogged on "Hot Fudge Brownie Sundae" that was hell delicious and heavy on stomach.

    The latest visit was the best as finally I could witness the YMCA dance and totally fell in love with the atmosphere with everyone dancing around and having a blast :D

    PS: as per my friend HRC in Mumbai and Bangalore are much much better. I can't say but someday when I go there I would surely comment :)

    Favorite Dish: HRC is not about the food or the drinks it's about the whole ambiance and the atmosphere the music and the way you feel involved with it. All of it just rocks :D

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    Daniell's Tavern: Indian at the Imperial

    by MM212 Updated Feb 22, 2014
    Daniell's Tavern, Jan 2014

    I know it's boring to dine at the hotel one's staying at, but in India I've always found it convenient (and probably safer), especially when eating Indian food which tends to be good everywhere. At The Imperial, you'd be forgiven for not finding the Indian restaurant on the premises for its name - Daniell's Tavern, is misleading. It is named after a certain 18th century famous traveller, William Daniell, but the food is traditional Indian and is exquisite. In addition, a traditional Indian music band entertains the guests. My only complaints are that the decor is bland and the wine list is super expensive. Maybe one shouldn't have wine with Indian food?

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  • Game of Legends: Restaurants with Best Ambiance in Delhi

    by digital997 Written Feb 12, 2014
    Restaurants with best ambiance in Delhi

    Parties are the places for socializing and having long stored hot gossips in cities like Delhi which knows no rest or sleep. Party in Delhi has become the place for people to get high and dance unless music tears apart their ear drums. NCR, South Delhi, Rajouri Garden are some of the places that provide best venues for organizing parties. Best restaurants in NCR and in West Delhi are most preferable party venues. There are few restaurants for party in Rajouri Garden, restaurants with best ambiance in Delhi and with the most alluring aroma as well. They can be booked and the best of services are provided undoubtedly for the parties organized for children or for young fanatics or family.

    Nightclub, pubs and sports bar are ideal places for parties, eventually evolving and sculpting Delhi nightlife. South Delhi is undoubtedly the area with innumerable bars and pubs and place that dances on rock and roll numbers with youth drenched in liquor, but recently West Delhi has gained popularity as another party hub with so many bars and pubs coming up almost every day, especially the region of Rajouri Garden.

    From the very beginning, the area of south Delhi especially the region of Saket and nearby posh and colonies of rich people basically fueled this trend of serving liquor along with food in restaurants and this became the style and of party in Delhi. There are some restaurants in Rajouri garden, which have the exquisite interior decoration, warm inviting fragrance, generous staff to deal with customers and such are the restaurants with best ambiance in Delhi.

    Favorite Dish: Parties are the places for socializing and having long stored hot gossips in cities like Delhi which knows no rest or sleep. Party in Delhi has become the place for people to get high and dance unless music tears apart their ear drums. NCR, South Delhi, Rajouri Garden are some of the places that provide best venues for organizing parties. Best restaurants in NCR and in West Delhi are most preferable party venues. There are few restaurants for party in Rajouri Garden, restaurants with best ambiance in Delhi and with the most alluring aroma as well. They can be booked and the best of services are provided undoubtedly for the parties organized for children or for young fanatics or family.

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    Veda: Royal Ambiance and Great Food

    by udtaparindaa Updated Feb 5, 2014

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    feel royal !!!
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    The moment you enter you feel like WOW that's a place. Its royal look the rich colors and the mirrors all around make you fall in love with the place. Its nicely located on the outer circle of Connaught place which is almost like the heart of the city.

    Music was just fine but quiet enough to carry on with your conversations.

    Food was mostly brilliant. We first ordered a "Tandoori Mushroom" which was quite delicious although my friends didn't feel so. But we both loved the next dish which was "Spinach Chat" it was just too delicious though bit too fatty as well. We ordered "Dal veda" and "Garlic Nan" for main course which was pretty good too.

    Overall a nice experience :)

    Favorite Dish: Spinach chat. You would just love the concept. Its crispy, tasty, filling and the sweetended yoghurt, tamarind & mint suace makes you feel like eating more and more of it

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    Chor Bizarre: American Look

    by solopes Updated Dec 19, 2013

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    Delhi - India

    "If you want to cross safely, follow the cow".

    We all laughed, with the suggestion of the guide, but later on, we understood that he was serious. This was our first experience in India, immediately after a night (non) slept in the plane, and the strong sensations of the first contact with a so different type and rhythm of life, made us overlook this restaurant.

    Its American look was, not exactly what we were searching for in India, and the food, with good quality, caught us with its initial strike of spices and... sweats! We didn't ever know what we payed, because we were in a package!

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    Bikaner sweet: Clean and delicious

    by toonhut Written Oct 22, 2012

    A famous and clean place within Pahar Ganj. In this area, that is key. Ask anyone and they can point the direction. The staff wears plastic gloves when they handle food and they can pack your meals in disposables. The food itself is quite good. It has the typical Indian fast food range -- North India, South Indian, Indo-Chinese, burgers, Indian desserts, etc. All items are below Rs100.

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