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  • Asian Games Village, Siri Fort, Khelgoon Road: It has some restaurants, Angeethi being one of them representing Rajasthan with typical Rajasthani décor and music. Also, there is Chopsticks , a good Chinese restaurant serving scrumptious Chinese food.

 

  • Barista, M Block Market, Greater Kailash II: It is a trendy café flocked heavily by young crowd for its snacks and coffee.

 

  • Fab Café: It is next to Barista and is almost equally nice.

 

  • Dasaprakash, Ambassador Hotel , Sujan Singh Park: It is a south-Indian restaurants that is known to be serving yummylicious south-Indian delights.
  • Dilli Haat, Safdarjang: This is the to shop, eat and have fun with family and friends. Here you will find various stalls representing every state of India in terms of food.

 

  • Ego, Community Centre, New Friend’s Colony: It serves authentic Italian food, with beer and a range of cocktails in an ambiance that has loud music.

 

  • Flavours, 52C MoolChand Flyover, Banks Complex, Defence Colony: It is a well maintained restaurant that serves superb Italian food.

 

  • Moets, Defence Colony Market: The restaurant serves very tempting Kashmiri food especially, dum aloo, paneer shashlik and mirchi korma.

 

  • Osaka, Main Square, Hauz Khas Village: It serves both Chinese and Japanese food at reasonable price.

 

  • Sagar, Defence Colony Market: For nice, inexpensive south-Indian taste, you can naytime come here. The restaurant specializes in dahi vadas , and masala dosas.

 

  • TGIF, Modern Bazaar, Vasant Vihar: Here, you can enjoy a range of pastas, burgers and cocktails.

 

  • Village Bistro Complex, Hauz Khas Village: You can enjoy here, the excellent Indian cuisine served in six different dining-halls.

 

  • Café 100, B-Block, Connaught Place: It has a range of Ice creams, pizzas, burgers and fries for take aways or dine-in.

 

  • Don’t Pass Me By, 79 Scindia House: It is a casual and inexpensive restaurant that serves veg. and non-veg. Chinese food.

 

  • El Arab, Sansad Marg: It is a perfect place for who love Middle-Eastern delicacies, at medium to high prices. Here, you can enjoy hummus, baba ghanoush and Lebanese salads.

 

  • Kovil, 2 E-Block, Connaught Place: It is a restaurant that has fresh and pure ambiance as it is a no-smoking zone. It specializes in exclusive south-Indian food.

 

  • Kwality, Regal Building, Sansad Marg: The food served here is high standard and so are the levels of service and hygiene. It serves international cuisine and is popular for its Channa Batura.

 

  • National, Opposite L-Block, Connaught Place: Another inexpensive restaurant that is famous for its very tasty curries.

 

  • Nirula’s, 135 L-Block, Connaught Place: It serves as a snack bar, serves Chinese and multi-cuisine delicacies as well. It also offers a yummy range of ice-creams with delightful scoops, you will love them to the core.

 

  • Parikrama, Kasturba Gandhi Marg: It is an expensive but nice Indian and Chinese revolving restaurant, definitely worth a visit!

 

  • Pizza Express, D-10 Connaught Place: The restaurant has world-class ambiance and so is the food served here, ofcourse it is an expensive one that serves exotic drinks as well.

 

  • Rodeo, 12 A-Block, Connaught Place: It is a Mexican restaurant with ambiance so perfect for the theme that you will have a gala ‘Mexican’ time being here having Mexican food.

 

  • Sona Rupa, 46 Janpath: It is a nice Indian and Chinese food restaurant which is quite popular for family dine-ins.

 

  • Spice Route, Hotel Imperial, Janpath: The restaurant is very beautifully decorated, though an expensive one it specializes in special Thai and Kerala cuisines.

 

  • Standard, 44 Regal Buildings, Connaught Place: The restaurant is quitye close to the Regal Cinema, and has two halls, one serves value for money south-Indian food and the other for north-Indian and tandoori delights.

 

  • Surang, Alka Hotel, 16-90 P-Block, Connaught Place: It serves delicious tandoori and Mughlai specialities.

 

  • The Dhaba, Claridges Hotel, 12 Aurangzeb Road: The hotel is designed the way that it lloks like a trucker’s café to give a real dhaba feel or a road-side food joint Food served here is excellent and worth a visit.

 

  • Karim’s, Nizamuddin & Old Delhi: The Unbeatable! Unstoppable! Magnanimous! That’s what you would say once you visit here for the exotic Mughlai food served here is class apart and beyond comparison. Definitely a must-go, not to miss place where Kebabs, Kormas, Sheermals are specialities!

 

  • Moti Mahal, Netaji Shubash Marg, Darya Ganj: On the noisy main road south of Jami Masjid, this once smart restaurant, established in 1947, may have seen better days but is still renowned as the home of tandoori chicken.

 

  • Natraj Bhalla Corner, Chandni Chowk: The restaurant located next to the Central Bank in Chandni Chawk serves delightful Indian, Western and Chinese options.

 

  • Fujiya, Malcha Marg Market, Chanakyapuri: A perfect destination for homesick Chinese tourists that serves best of Chinese.

 

Apart from these restaurants, there are many other restaurants that have come up to meet the growing dine-out demands of Delhiites who usually lock their kitchens during this time. Also, there are many major brands like McDonald’s, KFC, Barista, Sagar Ratna and too many more. These names are spread all over Delhi NCR, with their number of branches that usually stay crowded!