CAPITAL INDULGENCE
Business Traveller India|November 2021
Delhi's premium hotels house some of the finest F&B outlets of not only the capital, but all of India
AKANKSHA MAKER AND ANITHYA BALACHANDRAN

Being a top destination for business and leisure travel, Delhi welcomes a mix of international and Indian travellers. The Indian capital is well known for its range of F&B outlets that hail travellers from across the world. Nestled in its premium hotels are these fine restaurants that we've handpicked for your next trip to this charming city. Whether you're visiting for business, leisure or both, these restaurants make for ideal venues for entertaining business partners, a meal with family some indulgence for one.

ANNAMAYA AT ANDAZ DELHI

AnnaMaya inspires guests to “Eat Mindful. Shop Artisanal. Raise Awareness". A combination of two elements, Annapurna- the goddess of food, and Maya - the goddess of magic, AnnaMaya is created as a European food-hall that serves original cuisines with a contemporary touch. Across the restaurant's beverage bar is a salad bar that's dressed with fresh aloe vera plants and micro greens stored in temperature controlled cabinets. Known for its fresh ingredients and enigmatic cooking techniques, the live kitchen and tandoor section is where artisanal items and fresh produce is converted into delicious dishes. Spicy mango curry with Kerala red rice, amaranth paratha with kumaoni pickle and banyard millet khichdi are some of its signature dishes. annamayadelhi.com

BUKHARA AT ITC MAURYA, A LUXURY COLLECTION HOTEL, NEW DELHI

The romance of the rugged north west frontier of India comes alive at this authentic Indian restaurant that's highly renowned worldwide for its food and service. You can't go to Bukhara and not have its signature dal Bukhara that's simmered overnight on a slow charcoal fire and finished with cream and a dollop of unsalted butter. Naan Bukhara, sikandari raan and barrah kebab are some fo the other dishes you should keep in mind on your visit here. This restaurant is known for its no cutlery dining experience however if you feel more comfortable with cutlery the staff would be happy to assist you with the same. A meal at Bukhara is an escape to the north west frontier province of erstwhile India with not just its food but also the ambience. itchotels.com

DILLI 32 AT THE LEELA AMBIENCE CONVENTION HOTEL DELHI

This restaurant presents an amalgamation of legendary Indian heritage and meticulous craftsmanship. Dilli 32 is an Indian speciality restaurant that showcases flavours and aromas from various princely states of India. Boasting of homegrown flavours that focus on Awadhi and north west frontier cuisine, the restaurant's dishes include the chicken 65, Rampuri tikka, tandoori prawns, dal tadka, egg curry, a signature “dal Dilli 32” and mutton pulao. If you're feeling indulgent, go for a regional thali which features a balanced meal with an appetiser, kebab, regional curry with rice, dal, assorted Indian breads and dessert. Dilli 32 is also famed for its premium selection of beverages including shahi shikanji and childhood favourites such as "banta" with homemade salts, theleela.com

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