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Unlike the Mumbaikars and Bangalorean, Delhites are well known across the globe as true foodies. It is said that when the people of Mumbai and Bangalore, partying hard or boozing, at that time Delhites engage themselves in their most adorable activity ie. “eating”.
Delhi, the political and bureaucratic capital of India is also popular as a “paradise for food lovers”. As because Delhi has no dearth of fantastic eating zones. Be it Indian delicacies or Continental cuisines or tempting street foods, Delhi has every thing that can suites the pocket size of every individual.
Delhites are great food lovers and beside gorging on the low calorie cuisines of Five-star Hotels and restaurants, they love to devour on the hot and spicy road side foods. This city famous as a fine blend of past and present, has endless array of eateries which are also great hangout zones.
Delhi has endless array of eateries that serves some awesome and hygienically cooked relishing dishes that will surely satisfy both your tasting buds as well as your appetite. Whether the popular and expensive Five star hotels like Delhi ka Aangan of Hyatt Regency, Darbar of Ashoka Hotel or Corbetts of Claridges or be it the hotels that serves food at modest budgets such as Gulati Restaurant of Pandhara Market or Angeethi of Asiad Village or Degchi of Regal Building are some wonderful options for dinning out in Delhi.
Beside them there are some more popular eateries available in Delhi city which are dated back to the Mughal era and still serves the delicacies that are prevalent at that time. Roadside eateries around Jama Masjid and Nizamuddin are renowned for their kababs, rotis and birayani. Paranthawali gali at Chadni Chowk is famous for more than 50 varieties of delicious paranthas that have their own secret recopies.
After gorging on north Indian recepies, you are looking for some change of taste, than you can try out the tangy South Indian Vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Sagar at Defence colony, Sagar Ratna at Lodhi Hotel and Dasaprakash at Hotel Ambassador offers excellent vegetarian South Indian cuisines. Coconut Grove at Ashok Yatri Niwas is famous for non-vegetarian South Indian delicacies. Apart from South Indian dishes, you can gorge on ethnic India food at the Dilli haat opposite of INA market. This place is an amalgamation of traditional handicraft and food stalls that serves the ethnic delicacies of various Indian states.
But, if you are looking for some Chinese cuisines, that are no more alien dishes for Delhites than you can opt for any Five star hotel or South Delhi markets. In South Delhi market, you will find wide numerous medium buget Chinese restaurants that will give you a taste of original Chinese foods. These Chinese delicacies had very well merges with the Indian food and their popularity is rising at a rapid speed.
Apart from Chinese cuisines, if you are looking for some more relishing recepies that does not belong to the Indian culinary traditions, than you can check out Baan Thai at The Oberoi Hotel and Sukothai at Hauz Khas village for Thai food, for Japanese food, you can try out Japanese food at Tokyo in Ashoka Hotel and Osaka in Haus Khas village, eateries near Chanakya Theatre is famous for Tibetan Food, and Rodeo at Connaught Place serves various lip-smacking Mexican delicacies.
Continental foods are mostly serves at the La Rochelle at The Oberoi, the Orient Express at Taj Palace and Captains Cabins at Taj Man Singh, though numerous multi-cuisine restaurants also offer continental food.
If you are a Pizza lover than you can have some delicious Pizza from ‘Dominos’ and ‘Pizza Hut’. They even have the home delivery facility.
So, while exploring Delhi, don’t bother about food as this city has no scarcity of eateries that serves tasty foods that melts in the mouth within few seconds.
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