Being the greatest hubspot of some of the most exquisite cuisines, Delhi the national capital of India is proud to have some of the most unique and best restaurants within its lap. So in case you want to experience luxury at its best with the great food you are at the right place.
Indian Accent – Lodhi
Contemporary twists on Indian cuisine are served at this stylish, prize-winning restaurant
One of the most pleasing and top romantic restaurants in Delhi – Indian Accent is built entirely of glass. They have an elegant interior with a classic ambience and a rich seating. You will absolutely love the décor here, for its so mesmerizing and radiant. The chef Manish Mehrotra fuses local foods with contemporary international cuisine in new and unexpected ways, they touch the original charm but also have a touch of modernity. Indian Accent is the place to be for a dinner to remember.
A must have dish at the restaurant would be Dal Muradabadi, Meetha achaar Pork Ribs and Chili Hoisin Duck Kulcha
Sevilla – The Claridges Delhi
Chic Spanish-themed hotel restaurant with alfresco tables and a Southern Europe and Moroccan menu.
If you are willing to spend some quality time, then Sevilla has the perfect settings for romantic dates, The interiors are beautifully done to capture the essence of Spain. A truly romantic place, the indoors and outdoors merge to provide you with a free flowing, casual dining experience. When it comes to food, A must have dish at the restaurant would be one of the famous wood- fired pizzas.
THE SPICE ROUTE – The Imperial
Luxury hotel’s elegantly decorated South East Asian restaurant filled with art from the region.
The Spice Route at the Imperial Hotels reflects the journey of spices from the Malabar Coast in Kerela through to Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Malaysia and from Indonesia to Thailand and Vietnam.
The whole restaurant took seven years in making it is completely hand painted with vegetable and flower dyes by mural painters brought in specially from temple in Kerela. The restaurant is designed on the principles of feng shui. The Spice Route boasts the menu that hook the taste buds of even the most seasoned food connoisseur. The restaurant’s courtyard transport to the wonderful world of Southeast Asia – adorned with traditional sculpture, it is a visual spectacle.
A must have dish at the restaurant would be Chemeen Thoren, Malabar Meen Kari and Vegan Ice Cream.
Bukhara Restaurant – ITC Maurya
Tandoor-cooked Indian dishes served in a rustic-chic space with an open kitchen at the ITC Hotel.
Bukhara has been voted amongst the best Mughlai and north Indian restaurants in Asia. The dhaba-like ambience and the absence of cutlery ensure that you get a truly Indian eating experience. This restaurant is renowned for its rustic atmosphere, open kitchen, succulent kebabs and massive naan breads. The must have dish at the restaurant would befamous Dal Bukhara (Black Lentils simmered overnight with tomatoes, ginger and garlic) has achieved legendary status.
Dum Pukht Restaurant – ITC Maurya
This restaurants delivers a regal dining experience, repledant with marble, chandeliers, and one of the most refined form of cooking from the Mughal kitchens in India. A 200 year old cooking techniques of slow roasting in sealed pots over a very slow fame. This allows the meat to cook in its own juices. As you can imagine, it’s a non vegetarian’s delight.
Varq – The Taj Mahal Hotel
Innovative Indian dishes are served with garden views in this luxury hotel’s elegant dining room.
One of the first restaurant to hone the concept of pre-plated Indian food, the award winning Varq purveys a modern Indian gourmet dining experience offering authenticity of taste and artistic presentation. The menu engages with all the five senses with visually stunning dishes, delight on the palate and aromas of Indian spices and promises to set a benchmark for contemporary Indian cuisine. The restaurant proudly houses priceless artwork and the modern art forms of oil paintings, carvings and sculptures.
Le Cirque – The Leela Palace New Delhi
Refined French cuisine and wine presented in a chic space with a terrace at The Leela Palace hotel.
This is another glamorous restaurant that serves sumptuous old-world-meets-modern fare. Le Cirque is perfect for when you are celebrating a special occasion. It has to be at the top of your list if you want to make sparks fly. The seating is perfect with ample space between tables for romantic privacy and the food is as luxurious as the decor. An exclusive walk-in wine cellar, a personal chef’s table, and Delhi’s most prestigious show kitchen are all here at Le Cirque.
A must have dish at the restaurant would be Tuscan Liver Pate with Black Truffle and Cognac Scent, and Homemade Cannoncini.
AnnaMaya – Andaz, New Delhi
Celebrating local artisans
AnnaMaya is one of the best casual dining restaurant in Delhi serving North Indian preparations. A highly-rated place in Aerocity, it is praised for its timely service and is a nice joint to visit when one is looking to satiate hunger pangs with tasty, hygienic food at reasonable prices.
Here you can experience the hard work and the tenderness put in by their #AnnaMaya heroes through artisanal ingredients added to enhance the flavours that will transport you to a world of their own!!
Must have dishes would be Murgh Makhani Lamb Chops and Paneer Tikka.
Modern Indian Cuisine: Masala Library by Jiggs Kalra, New Delhi
Upmarket dining room for a range of classically inspired Indian dishes served in elegant surrounds.
The latest addition to Delhi’s fine dining scene, Jiggs Kalra’s Masala Library is India’s first molecular restaurant. Don’t expect the menu to be the same though. The chef in the restaurant, Saurabh Udinia visited 15 states in India to discover the everyday dishes being cooked in homes and give innovative twists to them. If you have plenty of time and an empty stomach, opt for the 19 course tasting meal to sample everything. It is famous for its authentic and fine Indian food and iconic presentation. Vegetarians are well catered for.
Tamra – Shangri La’s-Eros Hotel
smart decor offering a global buffet and cocktails.
The award-winning multi-cuisine restaurant, Tamra is a vibrant, lively and fun space offering modern culinary styles and friendly service. Here Tradition meets innovations.Tamra is a vibrant and fun space offering modern culinary styles with friendly service.
Serving Asian, Japanese, international and Indian fare from five interactive live kitchens, Tamra takes the culinary experience to another level with its exciting world on your platter concept.
Must Haves On Sunday, Tamra does a massive brunch which has, as one of its highlights, a biryani bar.