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If you’re sick and tired of the everyday butter chicken and dal makhani, try the following restaurants that are guaranteed to tickle your taste buds like never before.
Qubitos is redefining the boundaries for classic Delhi comfort food with a new oriental kick. It is for its wholesome flavors and sudden kick of spice and flavor in every bite. Also known for their monster pitchers of delicious cocktails, Qubitos recommends its chef special ‘Bang Bang’ – an orchestral combination of aam panna and tequila that is a rollercoaster of flavours.
Highlights: Live entertainment, nightlife, live music, rooftop
Must-haves: Shisha, Sangria, Dim Sum, Palak Patta Chaat
Cuisine: Thai, European, Mexican, North Indian, Chinese, Cafe
Cost for two: Rs.1650
Address: Rajouri Garden, New Delhi (get directions)
2) Farzi Café
Catering solely to the likes of the young and hip crowd of the capital city, Farzi Cafe is the place to be if you’re feeling fancy and want to brag about having the molecular gastronomical experience. Farzi Café uses the principles of molecular gastronomy to reinvent the Indian food culture and brings a whole new level of subtle flavours and sapor to its dishes.
One of the highly acclaimed restaurants of Delhi, Indian Accent is the metaphorical father of Farzi Café that is a hit with corporates and families alike. Brought up by the careful hand of celebrity chef Manish Malhotra, Indian Accent features decadent desserts, amazing appetizers and mind blowing mains.
Highlights: Breakfast place, open air seating
Must-haves: Scallops, Sangria, Stuffed Kulcha, Butter Chicken Kulcha
Cuisine: European, North Indian, Mughlai
Cost for two: Rs.4200
Address: Friends Colony, New Delhi (get directions)
Claiming to be the perfect amalgamation of modern experimental food and old world charm, Gastronomica offers the healthiest of foods in the most twisted of presentations. Gastronomica promises romantic lighting and a panoramic terrace view, which when coupled with their specially hand crafted dishes coming from recipes that have been honed down to deliver perfection every time.
Highlights: Nightlife, live music, screens live matches
Must-haves: Cheese Pasta,Sangria, Brownie, Prawn Dim Sum
Cuisine: European, Asian, North Indian, Italian, Continental
Cost for two: Rs.1550
Address: Greater Kailash, New Delhi (get directions)
While this features a very select cuisine of Korean food, Gung The Palace is known to be one of the truly authentic Korean restaurants that adds an Indian twist to their food. Gung The Palace offers great servings of piquant Korean cuisine.
Highlights: Air conditioned
Must-haves: Seafood Casserole,Beef Ribs, Spicy Prawn, Hot Pot
Cost of two: Rs.2700
Address: Green Park, New Delhi (get directions)