Lives in New Delhi, India
Since Feb 2012
50-64 year old male
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Bukhara is possibly the most famous restaurant in Delhi. Its trademark 'dal bukhara' should not be missed! Rustic seating adds to its charm. Expensive being a part of a five star hotel.
Sagar Ratna is a chain of south Indian vegetarian restaurants that has also started offering north Indian fare. Good value for money!
Vega is centrally located at Connaught Place and is known for its 'thali' meal.
PBN offers hard-core Punjabi fare - strong points being Paneer Tikka and Dal Makhni. Also has express outlets named PBN Express that offer limited menu at more economical prices and faster service. Takeaways available.
This is a branch of a chain that is from south India. Offers a range of south Indian snacks and lunch/dinner options.
Dilli Haat offers many value for money options. Momos, Rajasthani fare that include dal-bati, Sabadana Wada and Pav Bhaji and Organic meal options. Great place to eat and shop for ethnic fare.
This is only for those who are not counting calories and are not looking for five star ambience! Situated in a small lane close to Chandni Chowk. Sinful parathas - you can wash these away with lassi! Gayaprasad Shivcharan is the most famous of the 20-odd shops serving parathas.
Sattvik in Select Skywalk mall, Saket offers noveau vegetarian cuisine. It also offers conventional favourites.
It is situated at a roadside corner in Chandni Chowk that has no seating space and one has to have the heavenly, melting in the mouth Dahi Bhallas standing!