One of the better things about Delhi is its food, a combination of the best of Mughal cuisine, Awadh’s nawabi dishes and grub from neighbouring Punjab.
And Dilli Ka Khana, the ongoing food fiesta at The Lalit, is a great place to taste the best of Delhi food. The kabab platter we sample is brilliant -- soft, tender meat cooked to perfection.
The vegetarian Pan Biryani is an eye opener too -- we never knew pan masala could make a pulav so delicious. And the sweets! The majestic shahi tukra and the emarti -- soaked in ghee and served in true nawabi style make us gorge even when we are full. The festival ends today but the chef who has flown down from Delhi, is around for another week. Hungry yet?
Care for some Pinkberry?
After launching in Bangalore and Chennai, Pinkberry, the franchise of a Los Angeles-based frozen yogurt restaurant launches in Pali Naka on July 2. The handcrafted yogurt bar will serve flavours such as Original, Salted Caramel, Chocolate and Green Apple.
Light on Pocket Full on FOOD
At House of Asia, dig into their economical lunch buffet for Rs 450 only. The menu includes Crispy Chicken Basil, SpicyCoconut Soup, Rajma Galouti Kabab and Gaeng Hanglay Gai