There’s no doubt that our city is not only the melting pot of culture & history but of food as well. In fact, one of Delhi’s major attraction is the different kinds of food the city has to offer. Be spicy street food, or the blend of unique flavours in posh restaurants, Dilli never disappoints when it comes to food!
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Taking its food culture one step ahead, nowadays there are many world cuisine restaurants which have opened up in the city, specialising in unique cuisines. Armenian, Korean, Burmese, ask for it and you shall have it.
Delhi peeps, check out these 6 restaurants where you can try various world cuisines in the city.
1. Rice- Vietnamese
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If you have been meaning to try out some authentic Vietnamese cuisine, then you must head to Rice, located in Radisson Blu Dwarka. The use of herbs, meat, fresh veggies and less oil make Vietnamese food one of the healthiest cuisines in the world. So you can head here even if you are watching your diet. While you are here, definitely try out their Singapore rice noodles and fried ice cream (yes!).
Where: Radisson Blu, Dwarka
2. Burma Burma- Burmese
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Our signature ‘Laphet Thoke’ or Tea leaf salad is a Burmese specialty. Tea leaves are steamed, pressed and then rolled to make laphet which is then fermented from anywhere for two months to two years. For a tea leaf salad the fermented leaves are tossed with peanuts, sesame seeds, garlic, split peas, tomatoes, chilli and lettuce. Now experience #BurmaBurma in #Delhi, #Noida, #Gurgaon, #Mumbai and #Bangalore. #noidagram #noidadiaries #noidafoodie #noidacity #greaternoida #noidafood #delhifoodie #delhi #delhifood #delhifoodblogger #delhifoodies #delhigram #delhi_foodie #newdelhi #delhidiaries #foodporn #foodphotography #delhifoodwalks #delhifoodnetwork #delhifoodbloggers #delhifoodcrush #foodbloggerindia #foodindia #indianfoodbloggers
Odds are that you have already heard of or been to Burma Burma, considering its the rage these days, especially when it comes to vegetarian food. They serve some amazingly good all-vegetarian Burmese dishes, and while you are there, do not miss out on their special Samosa soup! Apart from that, the khao suey is to die for!
Where: DLF Cyber Hub, Gurgaon & Citywalk Mall, Saket
3. Guppy By Ai- Japanese
Located in the heart of Lodhi Colony, Guppy by Ai is one of the very few restaurants in the city which serve delish Japanese cuisine. From Ramen to Sushi to innovative cocktails, you’d want to try out everything once you step in here. Do try their braised pork belly and prawn tempura sushi, or sweet potato tempura if you are looking for vegetarian options.
Where: Lodhi Colony, Main Market
4. Lavaash By Sabi- Armenian
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New Year, winter menu but the same old @lavaashbysaby Armenian-bengali indulgences! It's time to embrace the year ahead full of possibilities and (maybe) get back to some old school comfort food. Our meal bowls are crafted out of your favourite dishes, from Lamb Koobideh to Sevan style fish and served with assorted sides, salads and rice. Basically, Winter in a bowl. Which one's your go to meal bowl? • • • #fish #sevanfish #allspice #winterspice #armenianfood #bengalicuisine #chicken #gravy #winterflavours #spices #globalfood #regionalfood #flavours #foodtalkindia #foodlovers #foodphotography #food #lavaashbysaby #foodstagram
This is probably the only restaurant in the entire city which serves authentic Armenian food. In fact, their food is an amalgamation of Bengali and Armenian cuisines, and the results are nothing short of mouthwatering! It’s located at Mehrauli, which makes it possible for the diners to have a beautiful view of the might Qutub Minar. Now, who wouldn’t want to eat with that view, right! While you are here, definitely try Mutton Railway Curry and mutton seekhs kebabs served with traditional Armenian Lavash bread.
Where: Ambawatta One, Mehrauli
5. Gung The Palace- Korean
Korean cuisine is mainly dominated by rice, veggies and meat, and we’re sure every Dilli wala loves all these three! Located at the hip and happening sector 29, Gurgaon, Gung The Palace serves some lip-smacking Korean food. Also, you can go all berserk here, if you are up for some experimenting with your food! Yes! While you are here, try out the spicy squid, seafood casserole and the famous rice-based dish- bibimbap.
Where: Main Market, Sector 29, Gurgaon & Green Park
6. Le Cirque- French
If you are looking for some breathtakingly elite ambience and some amazing flavours to go with exotic wines, then Le Cirque is the right place for you. It’s expensive AF, but the dining experience is totally worth it, complete with some amazing food and a view of Rashtrapati Bhavan, yes! While you are there, try wood-fired French baby chicken and their to-die-for desserts, like Creme brûlée and Tiramisu.
Where: The Leela Palace, Chankayapuri
Have you tried any of these? Let us know in the comments below.
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