You just have name it and you will have it. If you want to experiment so, you are on the right place
you can surely with something to eat that can tempt you. That’s what explains Delhi’s food bazaar. A
patchwork of culinary delights, Delhi serves almost every cuisine. Be it Italian; Chinese, Japanese, Lebanese or
Thai, Dilli, serves it hot. Those who prefer eating at restaurants, can’t resist the call of the street food. From south
Indian idlis and dosas, the vada pau made famous by Maharashtra’s Shiv Sena, Karim's Kebabs and biryanis,
sweets like jalebis, balushahis and gulab jamuns, snacks such as puri bhaji or stuffed paratha, or a quick plate of
rajma chawal . The road- side food is not recommended for the young children, but there are other family friendly
options for every palate.
You can go to Khan Market, Defence Colony, Connaught Place, Lodhi The Garden Restaurant, Vasant Vihar or Dilli
Haatand indulge yourself in the great foods. One can get a quick dig into shawarma at the Arabian Nights in Vasant
Vihar and get hooked on to pastries, cakes and croissants at The Oberoi Patisserie and Delicatessen. The Prince
Paan. For an evening in a rich ambience, you can easily pick from the high end options of Hyatt Regency,Claridges,
The Hilton, The Oberoi and Ashoka. And the journey doesn’t end here. The road side biriyani in Nizamuddin can’t
be missed if you are and admirer of Mughlai cuisine.
The trends in food also seem to be changing. The malls in Delhi have brought about a contemporary style in eating
habits of the Delhites. Just as the evening falls, families hit the malls with Food Courts ,TGIF, Cafferels and