Top Choice Sweets in Delhi


Century-old Jalebiwala does Delhi’s – if not India’s – finest jalebis (deep-fried, syrupy fried dough), so pig out and worry about the calories tomorrow.
Top Choice Indian in Delhi


Widely considered Delhi’s best restaurant, this glam hotel eatery serves Northwest Frontier–style cuisine at low tables, with delectable melt-in-the-mouth kebabs and its famous Bukhara dhal. Reservations are essenti…
Top Choice Indian in Delhi


This pristine, nicely decorated two-level place serves up excellent-value, food-of-the-gods vegetarian thalis with a fantastic array of Gujarati and Rajasthani dishes. It’s the same, sumptuous thali daily.
Top Choice Indian in Delhi

Sita Ram Dewan Chand

A family-run hole-in-the-wall, serving inexpensive portions of just one dish – chole bhature (spicy chickpeas), accompanied by delicious, freshly made, puffy, fried bread. It’s a traditional breakfast but you can fe…
Top Choice Indian in Delhi

Eau de Monsoon

Behind waterfall windows, the Meridien's top restaurant works magic with globally-sourced ingredients. The fusion menu runs to morel mushroom and pea curry and lobster combined with char-grilled prawns. Smart dress …
Top Choice Indian in Delhi

Indian Accent

Overlooking lush lawns at the Manor hotel, this exclusive restaurant serves inspired modern Indian cuisine. Familiar and unfamiliar ingredients are thrown together in surprising and beautifully creative combinations…
Top Choice Mughlai in Delhi


Just off the lane leading south from Jama Masjid, Karim’s has been delighting carnivores since 1913. Expect meaty Mughlai treats such as mutton burrah (marinated chops), delicious mutton mughlai, and the breakfast m…
Top Choice South Indian in Delhi

Hotel Saravana Bhavan

Top Choice South Indian in Delhi

Hotel Saravana Bhavan

Delhi’s best thali is served up in unassuming surroundings – a simple Tamil canteen on the edge of Connaught Place. There are queues every meal time to sample the splendid array of richly spiced veg curries, dips, b…
Top Choice Street Food in Delhi


The family behind this hole-in-the-wall takeaway earned their stripes cooking kebabs for the Nawabs of Lucknow in the 1890s. The house speciality is the kakori kebab, a pâté-smooth combination of lamb and spices, bu…