The city of Delhi is tumultuous, untidy, and loaded up with a huge number of individuals. This city has existed for over 1,000 years and has been sustained and affected by the different domains which controlled over it. Today, Delhi is loaded up with relics of old domains, parliament structures, and force. Delhi likewise turns out to be the food capital of South Asia.
In the event that you at any point visit this café and read the menu, you will see that it's somewhat extraordinary. The menu doesn't drill down any starters, mains or sweets. You will just discover thalis and that's it. Thalis are customary Indian dinners and the food things in the thali change as indicated by the locale where it starts from. Suruchi serves three thalis: Punjabi, Rajasthani, and Gujarati. Request any of them and hope to discover servings of three to four vegetables, various sorts of bread, desserts, lentil soups, curry and an Indian treat. To say the feast is filling is putting it mildly. There are a lot of things to cherish about Suruchi, from the Ghee (explained margarine) spread over the bread (called rotis in India), to the bright staff. Try not to be deluded by the grins, they will ensure you request extra servings in any event, when you are full.
Address: 98, 15A/56, WEA Karol Bagh Near Metro Pillar, 99, Ajmal Khan Rd, New Delhi, Delhi 110005, India
Telephone: +91 11 4500 0244
2. Indus Flavour
Arranged close to the GTB Nagar Metro Station, Indus Flavor is a significant hit among understudies. The café is Asia's first Indus Valley (an antiquated human progress) enlivened eatery. It serves food from that locale – present day North-West Frontier, Punjab and Rajasthan. The eatery works in North Indian and Mughlai cooking styles, however it likewise serves Chinese food. Insides are alluring with red decorative liners and a guide of the Indus Valley outlined onto the dividers. Administration is somewhat on the more slow side, yet it merits the stand by. The food is sublimely introduced and the kebabs are the significant fascination.
Address: 2510, Hudson lane, Kingsway Camp, Near GTB Nagar Metro Station, Gate No 4, New Delhi, Delhi 110009, India
Telephone: +91 92666 04953
Shudh, which in Hindi signifies 'unadulterated,' is a youth top choice of many present-day youthful Delhi individuals; it was the go to put before the appearance of McDonalds and other such cheap food outlets. Known for its basic mood and delicious food, Shudh actually figures out how to draw numerous guests, old and new. You can discover four foods here: North Indian, Chinese, South Indian and Italian. The insides take after a food court and it's an extraordinary spot to eat with your family as the assorted cooking styles deal with everybody's preferences.
Address: 17A/32, Gurudwara Road, W.E.A., Karol Bagh Karol Bagh, Opposite Jessa Ram Hospital, Near Metro Pillar No 98, 99, New Delhi 110005 India
Telephone: +91 98100 93919
Housed in Hotel Ashok, Shraman is an extraordinary spot on the off chance that you need to encounter the rich cooking styles from the territories of Rajasthan, Gujarat and of the Jain people group. The café is very wonderful, with rich deck and a delightful peacock painted on the dividers, which will cause you to feel as though you are in a spot in Jaipur. The food is real, from the paneer (curds) dishes to mocktails, it's a treat to eat at Shraman.
Address: 50-B, 1st Floor, Diplomatic Enclave, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, Delhi 110021, India
Telephone: +91 11 2467 2384
5. Veg Gulati
Situated on Pandara Road, all the more frequently known for it's met-seriving eateries, this veggie lover kitchen café has figured out how to stand its ground. It's regularly packed and you should book a table, yet it's awesome. There is an enormous number of alternatives for veggie lovers, in any event, for the individuals who incline toward no onions or garlic; they have an entire area on the menu devoted to this. In the event that you at any point visit this eatery, attempt their achari paneer.
Address: Shop No. 8, Near India Gate, Pandara Rd, Market, New Delhi, Delhi 110003, India
Telephone: +91 11 2338 8862
Tucked inside the ISKCON sanctuary, Govinda's is a dazzling eatery serving vegan food dependent on ISCKON's standards – no onion and garlic. You will feel the peaceful mood the second you enter as quiet and relieving instrumental reverential music invites you. The café has works of art of Krishna inside, and outside are pretty gardens. The food is served in a smorgasbord framework and is multi-cooking. From Indian to Chinese and to a touch of Thai as well. You can likewise get to the Vedic writing (sacred writing of the Hindus) while sitting at the eatery, despite the fact that it's not about religion here, yet rather discovering harmony and satisfaction when you have a straightforward and tantalizing feast.
Address: Iskcon Temple Complex, Sant Nagar, East Of Kailash, New Delhi, 110065, India