Delhi is known for its Mughlai and Frontier Cusine
Enjoy the entire spectrum of Indian cuisine from the age old guarded secret recipes of the Mughals in the walled city area of Old Delhi to fine dining at the glitzy five star restaurants in the city.
Gourmet Lovers are in for a treat. Enjoy sumptuous, mouth-watering Mughlai and Frontier cuisine in Delhi. Good places to enjoy Mughlai delicacies are at Karims in Jama Masjid and Nizamuddin, Delhi ka Aangan at the Hyatt Regency, Darbar at the Ashoka Hotel. At a modest budget enjoy a true Mughlai feast at Gulatis at Pandara Road, Angeethi in Asiad Village.
Fine Frontier Cuisine can be enjoyed at the Bukhara in Maurya Sheraton, Frontier at the Ashoka Hotel and Baluchi at the Hilton.
On the other side of the spectrum is the streetside eateries serving the best kebabs, biryanis, rotis. Roadside kiosks, meals on wheels are other great options if you do not have the time and want to catch a quick bite on a friendly budget. Chinese Food is extremely popular in the city. In every residential area there would undoubtedly be a small joint serving Chinese Fast Food.
The gastronomical appetites of the Delhites and the huge influx of international travelers has lent of other flavours to the city. Good thai platters can be enjoyed at Sukothai at the Hauz Khas Village or at Ban Thai at the Oberoi. Get your fill on >Mexican Enchiladas, Tacos at the Rodeo in Connaught Place. In mood for some Sushi, then head out to Osaka at the Hauz Khas Village. Delicious fried or steamed Momos can be enjoyed at the eateries near Chanakya Theatre, Chanakyapuri.
Other options like the food court at Dilli Haat brings together the best delicacies from all the different states of India. Enjoy Kashmiri Cuisine at Hotel Broadway. Crisp Masala Dosas and steaming hot filter coffee ca be enjoyed at variety of south indian restaurants in the city. Sagar Ratna, Saravana Bhavan are some of the famous hotels serving south indian food.
Fast food joints like Pizza Hut, McDonalds, Dominos can be found in plenty.
Delhi's famous Paranthe Wali Gali in Chandni Chowk offers the best that there is in the realm of breads. Be sure to head out to this place on an empty stomach. Enjoy Delhi's famous Chaat-Papdi at Bengali Market, Lajpat Nagar and sweets from various shops in the city.