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If you’re sick and tired of butter chicken and dal makhani, try these experimental food restaurants that guarantee to tickle your taste buds like never before.
Qubitos is redefining the boundaries for classic Delhi comfort food with a new oriental kick. Foodies love this place for its wholesome flavours and sudden kick of spice and flavour in every bite. Also known for their monster pitches of delicious cocktails.
Highlights: Terrace, Live Music
Recommended: Butter Chicken Spring Rolls, Bang Bang
Cost For Two: Rs. 1500
Cuisine: Thai, European, Mexican, North Indian, Chinese, Cafe
Address: Rajouri Garden, Delhi (Get Directions)
2. Farzi Café
Farzi Café uses the principles of molecular gastronomy to reinvent the Indian food and also brings a new level of flavours to its dishes. It's the place to be if you’re feeling fancy and want to brag about having a one-of-a-kind experience.
Highlights: Classy Ambience, Molecular Gastronomy
Recommended: Mint Foam Thick Curd, Milky Way, Dal Chawal Arancini
Cost For Two: Rs. 2200
Address: Connaught Place, Delhi (Get Directions)
Indian Accent is the metaphorical father of Farzi Café and is a hit with corporates and families alike. Celebrity chef Manish Malhotra's brainchild, Indian Accent features decadent desserts, amazing appetizers and mind-blowing mains.
Highlights: Outdoor Seating, Romantic Ambience
Recommended: Parsi Patrani Fish, Stuffed Kebab With Foie Gras
Cost For Two: Rs. 4000
Cuisine: Experimental Indian
Address: Friends Colony, Delhi (Get Directions)
Gastronomica is the perfect amalgamation of modern experimental food and old world charm. Their romantic lighting and panoramic terrace view coupled with their unique dishes will make sure that your experience is enjoyable.
Highlights: Live Music, Cozy Ambience, Terrace
Recommended: Ratatouille Cigars, Gourmet Kulchas
Cost For Two: Rs. 1400
Cuisine: European, Asian, North Indian, Italian, Continental
Address: Greater Kailash 1, Delhi (Get Directions)
Gung The Palace is an authentic Korean restaurant which adds an Indian twist to their food. Fans highly recommend their Mandu Joengol and Samgyeop Sal that are a match made in heaven with Gung’s famous Soju drink.
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