Restaurants in India

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Since 1968, Banda Hasan has been dishing up his famous char-grilled kathi rolls—thin roti roomali bread filled with minced mutton, paneer (cheese)... Read More

If you’re the type of person who is disproportionately encouraged by a bit of liquid courage, watch your poison: This new kid on the block, nightclub... Read More

In August of 2010, Thailand-born chef Pongtawat Ian Chalermkittichai (of New York's Kittichai) opened Koh by Ian Kittichai in Mumbai's InterContinental... Read More

The French owners' Gallic influence is evident in terrines, pâtés, and soufflés. Read More

This beach-shack restaurant is perfect for sunset drinks. Read More

Or, you could head to the third nightclub in Hotel Samrat. This one started as a members-only club, and although they’ve opened up entry (for a price),... Read More

Our relationship with French-style bistros went official when this incarnation opened at Meherchand Market. You can enjoy gorgeously simple yet... Read More

The place for brunch or coffee. Read More

Perched on the edge of Lodhi Gardens, this mostly al fresco restaurant has a diverse menu of European and Indian dishes, including salads, soups—and... Read More

Perfect for cool Delhi evenings, Majnu ka Tilla is a colloquial name for a North Delhi locality close to the Yamuna—a Tibetan settlement where you’ll... Read More

If you feel like a break from Indian food and the continental cooking that's so popular here, then Mamagoto makes an excellent change of pace. From... Read More

Remotely situated, with a farm-to-table, no-menu philosophy shaped entirely by its celebrated Israeli chef. Read More

Any proud Delhi-ite knows their Shack from their Stone. Both are really cool bars on the top floor of the Moets Sizzlers building, with comfy sofas to... Read More

This bar gets playful with its cocktail list. They monkey around with classic Indian flavors that are poster children for refreshments, and introduce... Read More

This restaurant chain, with dozens of franchised locations throughout Delhi and other cities, claims to have invented the world-renowned Indian dish,... Read More

We’ll get this one out of the way first: Moti Mahal is the original home of Butter Chicken. This restaurant does the North Indian classics to perfection... Read More

As much an archive of home recipes as a popular lunch spot serving up crab fritters and prawns caldin (a green-chile-and-coconut stew), Mums is another... Read More

You know it’s authentic because the chili ain’t forgiving in the least. Raja Mircha translates as King of Chilies; its super hotness quotient is welcome... Read More

Although this quiet restaurant in South Delhi's fashionable Hauz Khas Village serves superb South Indian food, it's the ambiance that really sets... Read More

"Nirula's is an old-fashioned Indian restaurant, the equivalent of a family-style diner in the United States. The original location is in Connaught... Read More

The second choice, after Kewpie’s, for Bengali food. Read More

It’s so appropriate that the name of this restaurant from Bengal has nostalgia built into it. Even before true blue Calcutta boys and girls could bemoan... Read More

Part of a national chain (but don’t let that dissuade you), this upmarket newcomer specializes in Bengali cooking—arguably the greatest... Read More

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