Based in Rajouri Garden’s, J Block DDA market which is a cluster of non veg eateries, Bhangra kitchen totally stands out for its extra ordinary food. Seriously tasty and sinful, its a perfect place to chill out and binge with buddies on a weekend evening.
Chidambaram’s take basic simple South Indian food beyond Masala Dosa and Uttapam by adding items like a Soy Dosa etc. Not for fine dining but nice South Indian, easy on pocket food.
Fruto Freesh’s USP is low fat and healthy food. The restaurant is well lit, has simple decor, and exudes positive vibes. With the freshness quotient, they live up to their name.
If you want a neat experience of the Indian Chinese at a convenient location, China Fare, Khan Market is our recommendation. The food at China Fare is not just sumptuous; it is visually pleasing as well. Quite like their walls. The courteous staff, the unpretentious environment and reasonable prices make China Fare a restaurant to revisit frequently.
Elma’s Brasserie is a small place with great tea and dessert options. Newly open in Meher Chand Market they have plans to introduce some offbeat lunch/dinner options.
Carnatic Cafe – Simple home made style south Indian food joint in New Friends Colony. Strongly recommended to people who are looking for South Indian food with a twist in Delhi.
A unique cafe inside a park in Gurgaon. Simple and home like breakfast menu and natural surroundings are the USP of Roots cafe.
Spaghetti Kitchen in Gurgaon is a good option for Italian food. An above average fine dining experience coupled with an adjoining coffee shop.