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Food and Cuisine Travel

A land of multiple cuisines with a variety of delicious food, Delhi stands at the top of the menu cards of the visitors. From the roadside dhabas to star hotels, this metropolitan city proffers mouthwatering and aromatic varieties of foodstuffs. Delhiites are considered as very fond of eating. So each festival and celebration is marked with an array of good food. This is probably one of the reasons for considering Delhi as the restaurant capital of India.

It would be amazing to find that this city encompasses all types of restaurants serving both traditional and continental food varieties. All most all the star hotels in the capital provide Mughalai and Tandoori dishes as their special items. Exquisite varieties of Mughlai are the specialty of the restaurants in Karol Bagh, Pandara Road Market and Connaught Place.

Vegetarians also have their own places in the homes of the Delhiites. Exceptional would be the apt word as one can say about these traditional recipies. None of the restaurants or hotels can offer such tasty foods that have been prepared by the old gharanas. Among the favourite dish, Cholle Bhature outshines all other Punjabi varieties. Chandni Chowk is the area where one can find an array of restaurants that serves traditional foodstuffs. In this era of fast foods, Chandni Chowk stands as an alluring exception, which steadfastly follows the traditional cuisine of India. Do not forget to visit Ghantewala, the oldest sweet shop in the capital city. At the Ghantewala Halwai, namkeens, sohanhalwa and barfis are really fantastic.

Any mention of food in Delhi can't be complete without street food which offers all kinds of chats, sweets, and snacks in a considerably low price. A host of outstanding confectioneries, cakes, pies and minces of some of the restaurants like Wenger’s in Connaught Place are renowned for their peculiar taste. Sweet lovers can try their luck in the Bengali hotels like Annapoorna where multiple varieties of dishes are available. Do not forget to have a try a paan after your delicious meal.

Eating and dining out has become a way of life to the Delhiites. Each restaurant in the city has their own peculiar foodstuffs with rich, aromatic and delicious fragrance that grabs people tremendously.

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