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Asian
Minto Road
7 reviews
For a truly northern Indian experience, head for Chor Bizarre, on the edge of Old Delhi.Chor Bazaar means "thieves market". — Concierge
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International
4 reviews
Strong on flavors and, if it’s possible, even stronger in technique, Indian Accent does modern Indian dishes that are surprising, but always pleasant — Travel + Leisure
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Indian
Chanakyapuri/Lutyens' Delhi
6 reviews
Yes, it’s touristy—Bill Clinton ate here, for crying out loud—but even local foodies agree this boisterous hotel restaurant serves Delhi’s finest, most succulent kebabs. — Travel + Leisure
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Asian
5 reviews
Decorated with help from one of Delhi’s leading fashion designers, the candlelit, Baroque-style interior sets this place apart from the moment you enter. — Insight Guides
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Asian
Vasant Kunj/Vasant Vihar
3 reviews
While a hokey upstairs cocktail lounge and nightly DJ sets draw crowds to this suburban stalwart, it’s the cuisine that really sings. — Travel + Leisure
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Seafood
3 reviews
Delhi's original Mangalorean restaurant—specializing in seafood from the western coast between Goa and Kerala—is outstanding. — Fodor's
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Asian
3 reviews
A simple eatery serving lip-smacking roti-wrapped mutton, chicken and paneer kebabs to a youthful crowd who appreciate the moderate prices and no-fuss attitude. — Lonely Planet
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Asian
2 reviews
Limitless servings of the thali dishes and utter yumminess of their meat dishes and rice-based biryani. — Travel + Leisure
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Indian
Minto Road
2 reviews
Decadent yet elegant slow-cooked meals using traditional methods—like sealing dishes with an atta flour mixture—fit right in to the palace-style dining hall. — Travel + Leisure
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Cafe
2 reviews
Bamboo slices the sunlight into flattering stripes at this outdoor restaurant offering delicious cooking with a twist. — Lonely Planet
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Asian
Hauz Khas
2 reviews
This excellent South Indian restaurant feels like a temple, with a wood-carved interior and incense burning on the exterior shrine — Lonely Planet
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Asian
Chattarpur
2 reviews
"Mamagato" is Japanese for "play with your food," and this cheery restaurant, hidden behind a yellow door in the middle lane of Khan Market, is indeed a fun place for a low-key meal — Fodor's
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Italian
Greater Kailash I
2 reviews
Chef Ritu Dalmia’s molto chic Italian restaurant is an intimate space on two levels, with starched tablecloths, plate-glass windows, a sophisticated modern-Italian menu, and a proper wood-fired oven. — Lonely Planet
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Seafood
2 reviews
The Oberoi Gurgaon’s swish restaurant wins plaudits for its creative Indian cuisine — Lonely Planet
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Cafe
Hauz Khas Village
2 reviews
One of the few places in Delhi where you could sample the cuisine of India’s west coast, famous for its lush and bold flavors. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
This lane in Old Delhi serves theirs piping hot, and stuffed with both the usual aloo/gobi (potato/cauliflower) as well as more unusual fillings like badam (almonds.) — Travel + Leisure
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Asian
2 reviews
Try a dosa‰ÛÓa giant semolina or lentil-flour crÌ»pe filled with spicy potatoes‰ÛÓparticularly the maharaja sajjigemasala dosa, which also includes vegetables. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
Probably the best Muslim food in the city — Insight Guides
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Asian
Connaught Place/Janpath
4 reviews
It took seven years to create the extravagant interior at Spice Route, with its murals, temple columns and wood carvings. — Lonely Planet
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Mediterranean
4 reviews
In a city where most of the best restaurants are indoors, it's a treat to experience a stand-alone establishment with as enchanting surroundings as Lodi. — Condé Nast Traveler
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