A Navratra without delicious food is not deemed as a celebration.
Those who are suckers of good food always travel distant places and explore a lot of restaurants. Being an Indian, we must follow all the customs and traditions with all our heart. The month of festivities is a blissful time for all the food lovers. So, if you have an akin feeling read along, as in this blog we have discussed some awesome eating joints which cater best navratra food in Delhi NCR region.
1. Masala Art (Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi):
Masala Art restaurant justify its name by serving delicacies in an artful way. They serve A La Carte along with Navratri tailored Menu for Rs. 2500.
The vrat menu comprises of Sabudana Wada (Rs. 750), Aloo Singhdana (Rs. 950), Kachche Kele Ke Kebab (Rs. 750), Vrat Ke Chawal (Rs. 550) and Paneer Kofta (Rs. 1000). For deserts you can try out their luscious Mathura Ka Peda (Rs. 500) and Kesari Phirni (Rs. 500) .
2. Sagar Ratna (Chain of restaurants in Delhi NCR):
Sagar Ratna is a wide spread chain of restaurants which offers 2 navratra menus for this gleaming festival.
They cater a Navratri special Deluxe Thali which caters Singhare ki Puri, Aloo Tamatar Jhol, Karvi Masala, Shahi Paneer, Samwat Pulao, Samak Idli, Sabudana Papad, Kheere ke Raita, and Buttermilk at a minimal cost of Rs. 285. Don’t you think that this incredible, if not then look at the executive thali.
Their Navratri special Executive Thali can be rejoiced for just Rs. 245 only and it includes Samwat Pulao, Singhare ki Puri, Aloo Tamatar , Shahi Paneer, Kheere Ka Raita, and Sabudana Papad. On the top of it they also offer a Navratri Dosa Meal as well. This is exciting, don’t you think so.
3. Parikrama – the revolving restaurant (Connaught place):
I don’t want to be biased, but yes Parikrama wins brownie points because of its revolving restaurant. On the top of it you get a completely separate menu for Navratra which includes snacks, beverages , main course , deserts as well as navratra special thali.
4. Khandani Rajdhani (Subhash Nagar, Delhi):
Khandani Rajdhani, are truly the undisputed kings of catering thali and this Navratra they adorned with a completely new fasting menu and their décor is surely the cherry on the cake.
They cater a Upwas Thali which is comprises of vegetables cooked specially for your fast. You can enjoy Singade ke Pakode, Sabudana Khichdior, Sabudana Wada, Paneer Tomato, Rajgara Puri,Alu Sukha Bhaji, Kuttu Ki Puri, Soma Rice, Sabudana Upwas Papad,Tomato Char, Shrikhand, Rajgara Kadhi, Fruit Cut Salad, Kele ki Sabzi, Sitafal (sweet Fanas), Khopra Chutney, and many more such delicacies.
The best part about this restaurant is that you can savor a wide range of food for all 9 days.
5. Shraman – The Ashok (Chanakyapuri, New Delhi):
Shraman built at The Ashoka Hotel is a sumptuous vegetarian restaurant cater traditional North Indian and Rajasthani cuisines. Apart from its succulent The restaurant has decent ambiance with comfortable seating arrangements. Their food tastes delicious and feels similar to home made cooked food. Their service staff are helpful and prompt.
Shraman is accepted to cater excellent delicacies, but it comes with a extravagant cost and for a supper of two you need to pay Rs 1,800 bucks.
6. The Hungry Monkey (Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi):
Noah Barnes incumbent chef at The Hungry Monkey, says, “Keeping in mind the dietary restrictions and traditional preparations, our Navratra menu has been designed to give it a new flavor, texture and taste”.
In this restaurants you can rejoice vegetarian Navratra class apart and innovative dishes such as Tapioca Sago Croquettes added with sour cream and herb roast potato, along with it you get Stuffed Filo Parcels with broccoli and roast zucchini toping, Buckwheat Chips and Chili Spiced Spinach topped a layer of wasabi peanut mayo .
The chef adds “We will also be serving Cumin Dusted Cottage Cheese with roasted black pepper, cherry tomatoes and creamy spinach.”
Get out now! This is so much healthy and tasty, I really can control my taste buds now and I seem to become a hungry monkey.
7. Sattvik (Vasant Kunj, New Delhi):
Sattvik as its name suggest offer incredible Navratri food from 28 September.
This restaurants offer delicacies to add zing to your Navratri with is pure vegetarian cuisine which is a dull affair if not celebrated with incredible ceremonious food for which people crave for the complete year.
Sattvik is one of the must visit to make this auspicious celebrations of Navratra more notable one with their delectable food along with its soothing interiors and instrumental music which linger in the restaurant.
Sattvik caters you an awe inspiring experience of Navratra delicacies in a Silver Platter in a exquisite vegetarian restaurant with exemplary relaxing environment and luscious cuisine.
The restaurant serves food which is prepared with simplicity to give a home made and ‘Sattvik’ touch. You can get delicacies such as kale channe, khuskhus aloo, kheere ke pakore, Makhane ki Kheer which is there navratra special menu.
8. Haldiram (Chain of restaurants in Delhi NCR):
Haldiram is a very popular brand in India and obviously it is looked as the biggest food hub for vegetarians. This chain of restaurants is well famous for their vegetarian food and along with this it also serves the irresistible street food which do not hits your wallet hard.
Here you can Fast Food, Indian Street Food, North Indian, Chinese food South Indian, Desserts and other products such as packed snacks at Haldiram. The food quality which they serve is great and delicious.
Haldiram is known to serve the best Raj Kachori in the region. You can also savor Indian snacks and street food : Pav Bhaji, Pani Puri Chaat and Chole Bhature.
It is a self service restaurant and the place is crowded as it serves quality food a very reasonable rate. This place receive a huge chunk of food loves specially during navratra. A meal for 2 people would cost only 500 Rs.
9. Suruchi Restaurant (Karol Bagh, New Delhi):
One of the popular food spaces for vegetarian in Delhi NCR which serves Gujarati and Rajasthani delicacies is Suruchi. It is famous for its great ambiance and its incredibly delicious delicacies. In short it is a holy grail for vegetarians.
And the icing on the cake is its its vegetarian Thali which has no limits, which means as mush as food you require at a reasonable price. Refill you platter as many time as you wish to no one is going to stop you or charge you. You will receive a very amicable and friendly environment.
It would cost your around Rs 700 for a meal. And i must say that you must visit this place.
I hope this will help all the people to satiate their appetite this Navratra.
Eat well and stay blessed, Happy Navratra to all!
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