We were taken here by our guide. Like other people have said, it does look like a tourist trap. The man at the front was very rude and basically told me to go and find myself a table. This may be because we are Indian...More
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One of the few restaurants we visited during our trip in India that served Dim Sum. We ordered a combination of Chinese and Indian dishes. The Dim Sums were excellent. The restaurant and toilets were clean, the service was professional. The only regret we had...More
Our driver took us here, a place we would never otherwise have found. We selected Indian meals which were prepared and served promptly and accompanied by the ubiquitous Kingfisher. Had it been closer to our hotel we would have returned one evening for dinner.
We were taken to this restaurant by our guide one lunchtime. It was fairly busy, but then as described by some other TripAdvisor members, it is a bit of a ‘tourist trap’. The ambience is pleasant, and the service reasonably friendly and attentive. The washrooms...More
We had lunch here while touring New Delhi. We were served the typical Indian dishes ordered in advance by our guide. The food was very good and plentiful. I'm not sure of price because it was included in our group tour. Restaurant was clean.
Taken here by guide, don't regret it but it is a tourist trap. The food is good but not cheap. Lunch cost us £50 sterling which is crazy for Delhi, there were 4 of us, no starters just main course curries. You may have no...More
Visited this multicultural restaurant for lunch during our day out sightseeing. It appears to be a place where tourist are taken by their guides/tour companies. Staff were friendly and helpful. Food was ok but nothing special.
A very few multi-cuisine restaurants in Delhi have the all round ability to serve sumptuous dishes across cuisines and Suribachi is one of them. Located in Malviya Nagar one would think the place would be conjusted as the area but that is where Suribachi suriprises...More