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Where to Eat in Delhi

Where to Eat in DelhiWant to taste real Delhi Cuisines? Just visit Old Delhi or Walled city area popularly called 'Purani Dilli'. You can have platter of vivid cuisines starting from Shahi Raan and Kabobs at Karim's to authentic sweets such as Karachi Halwa at Ghantewala Sweet. Each Road in Purani Dilli has its own range of cuisines. If you go to Ballimaran, you can have Nehari at Bismillah, which will melt in your mouth the moment put it. Want to visit The Land of Pashtuns; try Afghani Pilao and Green tea at Pathanwadi. Gali Paranthe wali will attract you with the aroma of Pure Ghee. The Paranthas are very tasty and are made of ingredients that have remained unchanged since the times of Great Mughal. Want something spicier: head for Chaat Corner near Chandini Chowk Metro Station. If you plan to call the day, water down these with a cool grass of Rabri Faludas at Giani near Fatehpuri Masjid.

Apart from Road Foods, you have a cluster of Star category Hotels to visit to. If you are really hooked with mughlai and oudhi food, head for Dum Pukht at Maurya Sheraton, or Karim's Kabob at Jama Masjid. If you want a spicier version, opt for Bukhara at Sheraton or The Great Kabob Factory at Radissons. If you want to have authentic South-Indian foods then you have a range of options starting from Dakshin at Sheratons to Udupi at Munerika. If you want yourself to be pampered by royal treatment, head for Andhra Bhawan near India Gate.

For continental food, your best bets will be either Baan Thai at Oberoi or Masala Art at Taj Hotel. Both of them have their distinct style of serving and are very popular among tourists. Another joint called Yo! China is too attracting good amount of tourists. If you miss home too much and want to have some authentic American and European food, your best bet is American Diner at Habitat center. You can also opt for 'Thanks God Its Friday (TGIF)' or Ruby's Tuesday at Vasant Lok market.

Apart from these you have a place called Delhi Haat where you can find pavilions dedicated to cuisines of each and every states in India. These are cheap and hygienic and are less on oil. Besides all the major fast-food chains in the world have their joints in Delhi. Mc. Donald's, Subway, Barishta, Pizza Corner, Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC), Costa Coffee, Dosa Express, Irish Sandwich Bar etc have their outlets in nearly every major markets and malls. Indian Joints such as Domino's, Pizza Hut, Café coffee Day, Haldiram's and Bikanerwala are also very popular in Delhi and around.