10 Best Restaurants In New Delhi

10 Best Restaurants In New Delhi
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You don’t have to be a foodie to find delicious food in India’s capital city. Because of a great number of restaurants that melds Indian food with international cuisines, and plenty of street food options, any traveler could easily sniff around and stumble upon some great food in Delhi. Another unique aspect of the city’s culinary scene is that it takes inspiration from both past and present, thus shaping its modern food scene. From high-end restaurants tucked inside five-star hotels to delightfully independent and casual establishments serving up food from across the globe, there is something for every taste and budget in Delhi. Here’s our rundown of the best restaurants in New Delhi, India.

1. Thyme Restaurant - The Umrao

A collection of mouthwatering recipes you will love! ... seeping with spices are unbelievably delicious. #Thyme

Posted by Thyme Multi Cuisine Restaurant - The Umrao on Monday, 13 May 2019

Located in the exquisite Umrao Hotel, Thyme Restaurant serves one of Delhi’s best buffets filled with a vast selection of international and Indian dishes. Indulge in scrumptious chicken tikka tandoori, farm-fresh eggs, and a baker’s basket, which consists of doughnuts, muffins, croissants, and danish pastry. There’s also an a la carte menu and live kitchen counters complemented by high-quality service and elegant surroundings. The wide variety of classic cocktails, wines, and spirits forms the perfect accompaniment to this extraordinary culinary experience.

Thyme Restaurant - The Umrao

Address: National Highway 8, Rajokri Rd, D Block, Samalkha, Pushpanjali Farms, New Delhi, Delhi 110037

Website: Thyme Restaurant - The Umrao

Opening hours: 24 hours (daily)

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2. The Hong Kong Club

Come through for dinner but stay for the evening, we have live music session tonight starting 8pm into the late...

Posted by The Hong Kong Club on Tuesday, 12 November 2019

Housed in Andaz Delhi Hotel, the Hong Kong Club serves a mix of classic and modern Cantonese cuisine. Within the elegant Chinese decor, guests can savor the flavors of traditional dim sum, bacon-wrapped prawn sui mai and Peking duck in mini baos. For a complete Hong Kong Club culinary experience, pair your meal with a Chinese Zodiac-inspired cocktail or wine; we recommend trying the Monkey King or Coconut Scotch cocktail.

The Hong Kong Club

Address: Andaz Delhi, The Hong Kong Club, Asset No. 1, Northern Access Rd, Aerocity, New Delhi, Delhi 110037

Website: The Hong Kong Club

Opening hours: Mon - Tue: 6pm - 1am; Wed - Thu, Sat: 6pm - 4am; Fri: 6pm - 12am; Sun: 11am - 4pm, 6pm - 1am

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3. Dvar Indian Restaurant

Posted by Dvar - Indian Restaurant at Radisson Blu Hotel New Delhi Dwarka on Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Specializing in North Indian and Mughlai cuisines, Dvar Indian Restaurant is an elegant venue that will appeal to non-vegetarians and vegetarians alike. Non-vegetarian food lovers should try tandoori murgh, salmon tikka and mutton roganjosh, while the vegetarians will be happy with achari paneer tikka and different varieties of chaats (savory snacks) like papri chaat and raj kachori. If you have room left for something sweet, be sure to try shahi tukda, which is a royal Mughlai dessert comprised of deep-fried bread soaked in thick, sweet, and fragrant milk and topped with dry fruits.

Dvar Indian Restaurant

Address: Radisson Blu Hotel, Sector 13, Dwarka, New Delhi 110078

Website: Dvar Indian Restaurant

Opening hours: 24 hours (daily)

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4. Orient Express

Wheels of Orient Express, Taj Palace, moved back in time when its former Head Chef Bakshish Dean reunited with current...

Posted by Karan Bhardwaj on Saturday, 18 May 2019

Those seeking a dining experience reminiscent of the 19th-century Orient Express train certainly won’t be disappointed by Orient Express. It is an upscale restaurant with dining rooms modeled after the fabled long-distance passenger train that steamed through Europe. Their menu is filled with classic European dishes. Try the camembert cheese soufflé with paprika sauce, cognac flambéed lobster, and roasted Chilean sea bass. For those with a sweet tooth, sample the blueberry cheesecake with champagne ice cream. This restaurant is a bit expensive, but definitely well worth the price. Its popularity with both visitors and locals means that reservation is a must.

Orient Express

Address: Taj Palace, 2, Sardar Patel Marg, Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi, Delhi 110021

Website: Orient Express

Opening hours: 7pm - 11:45pm (daily)

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New Delhi Tour Guide



I am a full-time licensed tour guide living in Agra, India. I received my Regiinal Level Guide certificate in 2007 from the Ministry of Tourism now I have a Pan India license. Before I discovered the tourism industry, I worked in the law, medical and insurance fields. I have a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in Biology and Organic Chemistry. After achieving my Masters of Science in Organic Chemistry, I went to law school. My passion for history and culture led me to my profession today. I still enjoy learning science. I use it to understand the healing power of plants: mainly herbs, fruits and vegetables. My hobbies include collecting postage stamps, coins, paper money, reading, music, and of course, gardening. I also love photography, which I have become very good at. Many tourists have enjoyed my personal sightseeing tours. I enjoy meeting people and showing them my world. My lifelong experiences here, combined with my studies, allow me to help people get to know the real India. If you enjoy learning about this way of life, I am the one to come to! I work mainly in Agra, but will create tours to places outside of the city. While my tours are mostly walking tours around the city, I can arrange for transportation as well. If you need accommodation services, I can provide that too. Traveling to India is not just a journey, but an experience!

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New Delhi Tour Guide

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Farman Guia Turstico

Hello Travellers people calle me Farman a experienced freelance tour guide. I work with several Free Tours company and we would love to show you around and give you the best tips and recomendations. If you travel in India you will discover a new aspect of this wonderful city. If it is your first visit i warn you one thing: you will fall in love in love with India and you will end up coming back.

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Zeeshan Ali

Zeeshan Ali

Namaste!! I Take privilege to share about myself. My name is Zeeshan. I was born and raised in the rich history of India, in the Beautiful City of Agra, I had no Doubts to become a Tour Guide because I couldn't stop myself been attracted towards the charm for History & Architecture of monuments located at Agra from my childhood. I Chose to become a Tour Guide to fulfill my Passion & to learn, share about the Customs, Tradition, Culture, History & Architecture of my Incredible Country which has a Unity in Diversity. I am 34 years old and 14 of them I Dedicated as a Tour Guide. I am Educated, Professional, Sociable, Punctual & friendly. I can interest you by presenting interesting facts about India. I always take into account the wishes of my Clients and create individual plans of Excursion. I help my Clients in choosing the Best Stops, Stores, Cafes & transfers. I did my Masters in Indian History (Medieval Period). I believe my Journey has just begun as I discovered an enormous amount of knowledge of History, Architecture & Culture of North India by reading & Travelling So I am very Well Versed to Deliver the Tour just like a local. I consider myself a Professional in this field, I am happy that my clients take their India Tour Memories as an Experience to Cherish it throughout their lives. In easy words, you can travel with me like an old family friend from India.

5. Indian Accent

Introducing a 3 course lunch menu at #indianaccentdelhi. Featured here from the menu is our tempered ricotta vada, pao...

Posted by Indian Accent on Friday, 2 August 2019

Tucked inside the five-star Lodhi Hotel, Indian Accent features a mix of contemporary and traditional Indian food. The restaurant has won a host of awards, including the San Pellegrino Best Restaurant Award in 2019 and TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Restaurant from 2014 to 2019. The kitchen is headed by well-known Chef Manish Mehrotra, who is known for his inventive Indian cooking style. Diners can choose from a wide range of well-thought-out Indian dishes: the butter chicken kulcha, home-style chicken curry, and bite-size flavorful puchkas (street snack) are highly recommended. The restaurant also has a wonderful wine list to go with your meal.

Indian Accent

Address: The Lodhi, Lodhi Rd, CGO Complex, Pragati Vihar, New Delhi, Delhi 110003

Website: Indian Accent

Opening hours: 12pm - 2:30pm, 7pm - 10:30pm (daily)

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6. AnnaMaya

The not to be missed - Signature Lamb Chops Call 91 11 4903 1351 to make your reservation.

Posted by AnnaMaya on Saturday, 11 January 2020

A stylish restaurant located near Delhi Airport, AnnaMaya dishes out European and North Indian fare. The USP of this establishment is that it incorporates organic ingredients into its cooking without skimping on flavor. The must-try dishes on the menu include baked butter garlic prawns, homestyle chicken curry, and bite-sized kebabs. Do save room for dessert, as there is an entire counter dedicated to just that. Try the gelato or the pecan pie.


Address: Ground Floor, Asset No.1, Aerocity, New Delhi, Delhi 110037

Website: AnnaMaya

Opening hours: 24 hours (daily)

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7. Dakshin

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Explore Dakshin’s royal flavours with ITC Hotel’s award winning #GourmetCouch experience, from the comfort of your...

Posted by Sheraton New Delhi on Thursday, January 21, 2021

Located on the first floor of Sheraton Hotel, this elegant restaurant is a savior for anyone craving authentic South Indian delicacies in the city. The menu includes dishes from South India’s four states: Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu. Make sure to try their tomato pappu (lentil-based curry), chicken Chettinad, and the basket of papadum that comes with four different chutneys. Their Sampooran Thali is also highly recommended. It consists of different dishes from all over South India. The classic South Indian food is complemented by the relaxed ambiance.


Address: Saket District Centre, District Centre, Sector 6, Pushp Vihar, New Delhi, Delhi 110017

Website: Dakshin

Opening hours: 12:30pm - 2:45pm, 7:30pm - 11:45pm (daily)

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8. Bukhara Restaurant

Posted by Bukhara on Saturday, 22 June 2013

For a taste of North Indian cuisine in one of the country’s pioneer culinary establishments, look no further than Bukhara, a rustic-style eatery nestled inside ITC Hotel. The open kitchen serves a wide array of tandoor-cooked North Indian dishes, including classics like dal Bukhara, tandoori chicken, and murgh malai kebabs. Bukhara Sikandra Raan (a tandoori leg of lamb) is a crowd-favorite item on the menu. The restaurant’s rustic decor, complete with stone-clad walls, wooden stools, and rough-hewn tables, evokes a relaxing atmosphere, while the friendly staff presents delicious dishes that are sure to satisfy locals and visitors alike. The most unique thing about this venue is that no cutlery is offered. Instead, an apron is given to all the guests so that they can enjoy the food with their hands.

Bukhara Restaurant

Address: ITC Maurya, Sardar Patel Marg, Akhaura Block, Diplomatic Enclave, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, Delhi 110021

Website: Bukhara Restaurant

Opening hours: 12:30pm - 2:45pm, 7pm - 11:30pm (daily)

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9. Tres Restaurant

A festive meal should be celebrated with friends and family during your favourite season of the year. As the mercury...

Posted by TRES on Thursday, 5 December 2019

Tres is sure to make a lasting impression with its innovative menu and fully immersive dining experience. The restaurant offers modern European cuisine prepared with innovative cooking techniques and fresh, natural ingredients. Favorites include smoked duck breast, grilled asparagus, goat cheese bavaroise, and roasted pear with balsamic. The interior is equally impressive, with its classic decor and earthy tones. Besides the regular seating, there’s a private dining area for eight people, as well as a 14-ft-long (4-m) dining bar. From the ambiance and the decor to the food, Tres will not disappoint.

Tres Restaurant

Address: Main Market, 17, Lodi Colony, New Delhi, Delhi 110003

Website: Tres Restaurant

Opening hours: 12pm - 12am (daily)

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10. Parikrama The Revolving Restaurant

At 240 feet (73-meter) above the ground, Parikrama is the highest and only revolving restaurant in the city. This establishment specializes in North Indian, Mughlai, and Chinese cuisines. A meal here is definitely not easy on the wallet, but the otherworldly ambiance and the panoramic view of the city from up high makes it a worthwhile treat. The restaurant has all the ingredients for a romantic night out, and the revolving platform makes it even more magical.

Parikrama The Revolving Restaurant

Address: Gline Services, Antriksh Bhavan, 22, KG Marg, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Website: Parikrama The Revolving Restaurant

Opening hours: 12:30pm - 11pm (daily)

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Savor the flavors of Delhi

Best restaurants in New Delhi
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At Delhi’s restaurants, you can savor everything from modern and traditional Indian dishes to creative European and American cuisines, as well as every global fare imaginable. So, if you’re in the capital and looking for a memorable dining experience, check out our above list of the best restaurants in New Delhi.

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Whenever I'm in the mindset for some wonderful Chinese food, my feet automatically guide me towards Berco's in Connaught Place. It's my go-to because they've really got the flavors down pat. Sitting there, encircled by the buzz of Delhi, while exploring some of their signature dishes, is an experience I always enjoy. Sure, it's a bit on the pricier side, but for the quality and the vibe, it's totally worth it.

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