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7 Best Fine Dining Restaurants In Delhi

Dining Restaurants In Delhi

One can experience multitude of cuisines from traditional Indian meal to contemporary or innovative meals in a place like Delhi! If you want to go pass by Indian cuisine, then you have everything from Chinese to Italian, Continental, Thai, and Mediterranean. You name it and you will get it! Eating out is a celebration for food-lovers especially in a place like Delhi! With varied choices and cuisines, one can relish the experience of fine dining in Delhi. A few of the restaurants feature on everybody’s must eat places!

Here Are The 7 Best Fine Dining Restaurants In Delhi:

1. Indian Accent- The Manor

Indian Accent is probably one of the best fine-dining restaurants in India. Located at the Manor hotel, a luxurious boutique hotel, it has got a few awards on its plate. One can experience the Indian fusion in its ambience, décor, music, crew and even the food. Contemporary is the name which comes to mind when it comes to renowned Chef Manish Mehrotra. One can relish Indian food with a twist of contemporary touch.

Address– The Manor, 77, Friends Colony, New Delhi
Timings– Lunch: 12pm to 2.30 pm; Dinner: 7pm to 11pm

Indian Accent- The Manor

2. Bukhara – ITC Maurya

Established in 1978, Bukhara’s rustic ambience and lavish décor offers a truly traditional and ethnic experience. Stonewalls and Bukhara carpets add to the overall rustic charm. Kitchen is a part of the restaurant and its view adds to the look and feel of the restaurant. The food is cooked in a traditional North-West Frontier style with the help of clay ovens and tandoor. Known for its North Indian cuisine, Bukhara Naan and Dal Bukhara are a must-try.

Address– ITC Maurya, Sardar Patel Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
Timings– Lunch: 12.30pm to 2.30pm; Dinner- 7pm to 11.30pm

Bukhara – ITC Maurya

3. Dum Pukth – ITC Maurya

Another feather in ITC Maurya’s cap is Dum Pukth. Established in 1988, Dum Pukth is known for the ancient tradition of ‘Dum’ cooking. This form of cooking uses a ‘handi’ which is a heavy, bottomed pot for cooking. Known for its Mughlai cuisine, one should definitely try Biryani, Mutton Nihari, and Kakori Kebab. Truly a royal experience, one can experience the realm of sensuality. Gold leaf like structures used to embellish white walls, magnificent chandeliers and silver cutlery adds to the royalty.

Address– ITC Maurya, Sardar Patel Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
Timings– Lunch: 12.30pm to 2.30pm; Dinner- 7pm to 11.30pm

Dum Pukth – ITC Maurya

4. Olive Bar & Kitchen

Located near Qutub Minar, Olive is a perfect place for a romantic date! Their interiors are mesmerizing. Pristine white walls, colorful Lamp shades, dim lighting and an old Banyan tree define its interiors. They have both indoor seating as well as outdoor seating in the form of open courtyard besides the banyan tree. One can enjoy Mediterranean cuisine by Chef Sujan S. He sources freshest of ingredients from all over India. Food is season driven and the presentation of the dishes is very unique. They have also come up with a concept of “Tasting Lab” on Thursdays where you can enjoy the 9 course meal with cocktails. This is for foodies who do not mind experimenting with their taste buds.

Address– One Style Mile, Haveli 6, Kalka Das Marg, Mehrauli, New Delhi
Timings– 12pm to 12.30am

Olive Bar & Kitchen

5. The Great Kabab Factory- Radisson Blu Plaza

The place is known for its tandoori starters and mouth-relishing Kebabs. Soft music and dim lighting will take you to an intriguing journey of endless Kebabs that come your way. Their signature dish is ‘galoutee kebab with ulta tawa ki roti’ which will melt in your mouth. Go here if you want to fill yourself with relishing and sumptuous starters.

Address– Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi, National Highway 8, Near IGI Airport, Mahipalpur, New Delhi
Timings– Dinner: 7pm to 12am

The Great Kabab Factory- Radisson Blu Plaza

6. Varq – The Taj Mahal Hotel

Varq boasts of being recognized among the top Asian restaurants by the Daily Mail. Located at the Taj Mahal Hotel, one can see and feel the aura of beautiful gardens. Interiors are exquisite and beautifully designed with lighting and red chandeliers providing a royal look to the ethnic charm of the restaurant. It also offers a private dining room for 14 guests which has beautiful art work. Food is famous for its unique presentation, organic produce and exotic ingredients. It is a paradise for sea-food lovers.

Address– The Taj Mahal Hotel, 1, Mansingh Road, New Delhi
Timings– Lunch: 12:30pm to 2:30pm; Dinner: 7pm to 11:30pm

Varq – The Taj Mahal Hotel

7. On the Waterfront- The Lodhi

On the Waterfront is a place with modern and elegant décor. Besides conventional indoor seating, there are a few tables besides serene waterfront which is a beautiful and small cozy place where you are surrounded by water on all sides. Lights flickering at waterfront will mesmerize you completely. The famous restaurant is known for its delicious Sunday brunches which are elaborate and lavish. If your taste buds are vying for some exquisite taste, then you won’t be disappointed. They boast of varied cuisines like Italian, Chinese, Thai, European and Sushi!

Address– The Lodhi, Lodhi Road, New Delhi
Timings– Lunch: 12.30pm – 3.50pm; Dinner: 7pm – 11.30pm

On the Waterfront- The Lodhi

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