Non-Veg restaurants in Delhi
Delhi, capital of India, is also the hub of delicious cuisine of India. It offers you mouth-watering non-vegetarian dishes round the clock. There are many restaurants and joints where you can enjoy the non-veg dishes of your choice. One such place is the Chor Bizarre. It has a very authentic and inspired cuisine and it is India’s first ISO 9002 Restaurant – the first to win this international distinction for quality in the country. After its grand success, Chor Bizarre also opened a branch in London which was voted as one of the Best 10 Restaurants in London by The Independent.
Another non-vegetarian joint you can enjoy in Vishal Enclave, New Delhi is Mughal Palace Hotel. Apart from tasty meaty dishes, it offers you a bar/lounge as well as a Business Center with Internet Access. You can enjoy the meals inside while also being fully connected with the outside world. It has got 8 rooms for staying and the restaurant part has artistic Mughal architecture to make the atmosphere all the more intense.
Sun-N-Shade is also a decent choice for you if you are in a mood for a multi-cuisine meal. The ambience is so captivating and the staff is so friendly at Sun-N-Shade that you will not regret your decision. Rather you would again visit with your family and friends because Sun-N-Shade caters to the appetites of all sorts of people. It is located in Yashwant Place, Chanakyapuri. If you want to get a taste of North Indian Non-Vegetarian dishes then Puratan Family Restaurant & Bar is the place for you. It also serves Chinese but it is famous for its appetizing North Indian Non Vegetarian Cuisine. You will find nice and soothing music all around you while you are having your meal, so that it’s a treat for both your tummy and your ears.
Grub Pub is a Chinese-punjabi restaurant in Main Market, Hauz Khas, Its prime attractions includeHome delivery, its Large Group Friendly atmosphere and its Take Away facility. Among many others, the jewels of its menu are chilli chicken, shanghai chicken, mixed chopsuey and the chicken and babycorn.
Also, as the name suggests the Hinglish – The Colonial Cafe is a delicious crossover between the western and eastern cuisine. It is located in Pacific Mall, and its Thali including keema bun (Rs 225) and Chicken Tikka Croissant (Rs 225) is famous all over the country.
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