A foodie s paradise New Delhi

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Posted by : Siddharth Jalan on | Apr 25,2018

Delhi has always been a preferred food destination for people who have an insatiable appetite for lip-smacking food. From scrumptious street food to delectable Indian and international cuisines, you will get it all in this foodieʼs paradise of India.


Here is a list of top 3 places you must visit when in Delhi:


1. Chandni Chowk: Chandi Chowk has to be the first stop in this foodie city.  You can begin with having a hearty breakfast— parantha and lassi—at Paranthe Wali Gali. Another legendary food joint is Karim’s; you will relish the taste of their appetizing Mughlai dishes. Their specialty is mutton burra, seekh kebab, and sheermal. Also, try the mouth-watering street food like kachoris, faluda, and chat. Finish this Old Delhi food tour with a delicious dessert from the Old Famous Jalebi Wala.


2. Hauz Khas Village: Do not go by the name, Hauz Khas Village is one of the most happening places in Delhi. Here you will find numerous art studios, book stores, cafes, and roof-top bars & restaurants. The narrow lanes are filled with two - and three-story buildings on both sides. If you love South Indian food, then visit to Gunpowder is a must. Their porky curry is a hot seller. Another restaurant you should try here is Yeti. It offers delectable Tibetan food, Nepali Thali, and momos.

 

3. Connaught Place: The last leg of this food trip is Connaught Place (CP). CP is the pulse of Delhi. Along with tasty food, you can enjoy the popular night life of Delhi. From Chole Bhathure to Noodles, Pizza to Sushi, Butter Chicken to Tortilla, you name it and CP has a restaurant selling that cuisine.

After a yummy food tour in the hustle bustle of the city, a good night’s sleep and recreation is a must. Among a long list of hotels in New Delhi, ITC’s hotel groupis an ideal end to your food tour. Apart from a great property, hospitality, and ambience, ITC Maurya has a lot to offer to its foodie guests.

ITC Maurya is well known for its Indian and international culinary traditions. Their robust flavors from across the globe, royal Indian traditions, and an extensive collection of beverages are a perfect recipe for a heavenly dining experience.

ITC Grand Bharat, Gurugram, offers a unique gourmet experience at their different restaurants—Aravali Pavilion (3-meal period restaurant), which exhibits Modern Indian Mosaics; The India Room (debuting Creative European Classics); The Peacock Bar; and Apas Promenade.

WelcomHotel Sheraton has been rated among Delhi’s best restaurants. Here, you can choose from Delhi Pavilion (a round the clock three-meal buffet restaurant), to The Lounge bar, a perfect venue for a casual get-together with friends.

Welcome Hotel Dwarka also offers a wide range of cuisines. It is like a beautiful bouquet of best food and beverage. Shanghai Club serves oriental cuisine; The Pavilion 75 has European classic dishes; and K&K gourmet shop offers kebabs, quormas, salans, and bread cooked on charcoal hearths.


So, get ready to witness a different side of Dilwalon ki Dili with ITC Hotels

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