Dining in Delhi

Allison Sodha

Last week, one of our Sodha Traveler's, Sandy, passed on a wonderful article about the affordable delights of Delhi dining. Sandy wrote, "This article is wonderful and sends me right back to Delhi in my mind, heart, and tummy!" Be sure to check out the article by Philip Reeves: New Delhi: A Princely Feast for a Paupers Price. Thank you for sharing, Sandy!

Here are a few other dining recommendations in Delhi:

Punjabi by Nature - Offering a mix of traditional and innovative cuisine, the food never fails to exceed my expectations. There are four locations in Delhi/Gurgaon - and I recommend eating at all of them.

Depauls - For those of you who love cold coffee, this is the best around. No ice, just chilled coffee and milk, thick and creamy with a hint of sugar and served in a simple glass bottle. Sometimes I order two. Located in Janpath Market near Connaught Place.

Spice by Nature - I have never personally visited this establishment, but I have received positive reviews by many travelers. Located near the Regent Continental Hotel in Karol Bagh, the simplicity in the food and atmosphere is what adds to its appeal.

What are your favorite places to dine and drink? Send your recommendations to travel@sodhatravel.com.

Topics: India, Food and Water

Allison Sodha

Written by Allison Sodha

As the President of Sodha Travel and India travel expert, Allison is passionate about offering travel tips and destination inspiration. She has curated content for several publications, including Little India, and facilitated panels on sustainable travel in South Asia. Allison is currently the Delhi Destination Expert for AFAR and India Specialist for the Women's Tour Collective.