Delhi - Food and Specialities

Good food is an essential component for a successful and a memorable trip. Indeed many holidays have been marred due to unsavory food memories or the lack of a particular type of food. But rest assured, during your tour in Delhi, you will only carry beautiful memories of your trip, with rich food and various culinary specialties of Delhi.

A haven for epicureans, Delhi offers a wide range of food and dishes to suit all kinds of palates. Whether you are vegetarian or non-vegetarian, whether you love spicy, bland or oily food, Delhi wouldn't disappoint you. The capital city of India is home to numerous restaurants and other eating joints that have made bold introductions of different kinds of menus to cater to the sensitive palates and aesthetic sensibilities of a progressively demanding public. So if you develop a sudden craving for some exotic continental dish, you don't have to run to Europe - you just might find it at the restaurant near you.

Home to people from all parts of India - Delhi has absorbed the best of the culinary traditions from all over India to come up with its own unique flavor. So, you can gorge on all various food specialties such as Mughlai, Chinese, Continental, dishes from South India, Kashmir, Bengal, Tibetan Momos eat all at just a moment's notice. And apart from food, Delhi also has a huge variety of restaurants that suits the financial capabilities of all kinds of people. So while on a tour of Delhi you will come across all sorts of eating joints ranging from street side dhabas, small restaurants and coffee joints to plush five star hotels. And of course, the ubiquitous Mc Donalds is always there if the urge of biting down a burger gets too strong.

Some of the famous restaurants in Delhi that have earned fame over for their special cuisines are the Karim's Restaurant- situated in near Jama Masjid and Humayun Tomb in Nizamuddin whose recipes date back to the Mughal era, Awadh in Ashoka Hotel where the food is prepared through a process known as Dum Pukht or slow cooking, Chor Bizarre for its delectable Kashmiri food and Rodeo for Mexican food. For the finest Frontier cuisine, head straight for Bukhara at Maurya Sheraton that even had former US President Bill Clinton licking his fingers in appreciation. Other high-end restaurants include Darbar (Ashoka Hotel), Delhi Ka Aangan (Hyatt Regency) and Corbetts (Claridges)

With so many generic restaurants in Delhi ready to pander all your culinary expectations, experience a memorable tour of Delhi with us.

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