Dinning Out In Style in Food Haven New Delhi

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Often described as a veritable Mecca for serious food lovers, the Indian capital of New Delhi is renowned for its wide variety of local delicacies and fusion of international tastes and flavours from South Indian, North Indian, Chinese, American and Continental options sure to whet even the most selective appetites. From road side snack stalls to funky new restaurants, Delhi's eclectic mix of dining options brings out the voracious nature in even the most selective diners.

Those on a budget or in search of the best street food in town should head down to the Angeeth in Asiad Village, the Gulati Restaurant down Pandara Market or the Degchi outlet in the Regal Building for some mouth-watering grub at more than affordable prices. The famed "dhabas" that line most Delhi roadsides are also hot picks among the city's ferverant foodies as the rotis, kebabs and biriyanis on offer at venues in Nizamuddin and Jama Masjid are some of the best in the city.

Travellers on the lookout for local junk food can sample the finest gol guppe, chaats, bhelpuri, and paranthe and chaat papri at the Bengali Market close to Connaught Place in the heart of Delhi. Other popular spots include Ashok's in Old Delhi which is located close to Chawri Bazaar and known for its chaat. Local sweetmeats can be sampled at the various Haldiram's outlets that dot the town while the Delhi Haat food court boasts food stalls with cuisines from all across India. The Greater Kailash bhelpuri and Annapoorna and Ghantewala sweet meats are also highly recommended by local foodies for their authentic taste and easy-on-the-wallet prices.

Moghul cuisine lovers on the other hand should head down to Karim's while Tandoori fans can feast on grilled delights at Havemore and Moti Mahal Deluxe in Pandara Park. Punjabi by Nature and Chor Bizzare are also well regarded eateries in Delhi.

The best Italian restaurants in Delhi include Defence Colony Market's Little Italy in addition to Flavours of Italy adjacent to the Moolchand Flyover. Italian food, smoothies and ice cream are also available at The Big Chill, East of Kailash and the Khan Market while Thai favourites can be enjoyed at Culinaire, EGO Thai, and Chilli Seasons in the Lodhi Colony market

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