Delhi Restaurant Week (Sept 19th - Sept 25th)
A little late in the day but I hope you all are exploiting the opportunity of a cheap fancy meal with Delhi's on-going restaurant week.
Rs. 1000 - Price per head excluding service and taxes - 3 Course Fixed Meal
Rs. 2000 - to include wine pairing (imported wines only)
They have fixed timings for lunch and dinner. With one or two seating times available depending on the restaurant. Not all restaurants are available for lunch. Their page here shows the timings and booking availability for each restaurant in a very easy to understand format. http://www.restaurantweekindia.com/event/Delhi
And only tables of 2,3,4 can be accommodated
Restaurants participating (in red recommended):
- Varq, The Taj Mahal Hotel - Contemporary fusion twist one classic Indian Dishes.
- Indian Accent, The Manor - Contemporary fusion twist one classic Indian Dishes - Yes similar concept as Varq I believe.
- The Aman, Aman New Delhi - Thai, Indian, European, Tapas - Though the last time I visited the Tapas selection was a bit limited but whatever we ate was fairly authentic and good. And a good place to exploit since on a normal week your wallet would be the one being brutally exploited. They have a great wine list at painful prices so make sure you take advantage of the special wine deal too.
- Smoke House Grill, Gk 2 - I am a big fan of Smoke House Grill - Its one of the few restaurants that manages to stay consistently good .
- Ai, MGF mall, Saket - Japanese - I feel Ai is understandably underrated . They make some great food. Read review for recommendations.
- Circa 1193, Mehrauli - Contemporary Asian Cuisine
- Zanotta, The Leela Kempinski Gurgaon - Italian
- Diya, The Leela Kempinski Gurgaon - North Indian
- Olive Beach - Chanakyapuri - Mediterranean - http://mademoisellechou-fleur.blogspot.com/2011/02/romantic-spots-valentines.html
- House of Ming, The Taj Mahal Hotel - Chinese
- Sakura, Gurgaon - Japanese - This is a stand alone Sakura in Gurgaon so don't land up at The Metropolitan Hotel
- Chutney, The Metropolitan Hotel - Indian
- Jade, The Claridges New Delhi - Chinese
- Dakshin, Sheraton New Delhi Hotel - Cuisine from the four southern states of India.
- Pan Asian, Sheraton New Delhi Hotel - Pan Asian
Though the restaurants selection could be better, there are a few worth checking out in my opinion. I definitely applaud the effort and am very excited to see where this goes in the coming years.
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