Showing posts from July, 2012

Famous Places to Eat in Delhi

Park Baluchi
Although service gets the thumbs down, this enchanting, greenery-surrounded restaurant, set in the Deer Park, offers unusual barbecue dishes, such as banarasi seekh kabab (minced vegetables and cheese) or murg potli (flambĂ©ed marinated chicken breast and minced mutton). Avoid weekends if squealing kiddies get your goat.

Haldiram’s With a clean, bright cafe-restaurant upstairs, this is a handy spot for a top-notch thali (Rs98) or some tasty South Indian cuisine. Downstairs is great for namkin (savouries) and mithai (sweets) on the dash. Try the soan papadi (flaky sweet with almond and pistachio).
Gulati Gulati maintains a largely North Indian focus. Stand-outs to try include the tangri kebab (charcoal-grilled chicken drumsticks) and dum aloo (stuffed potatoes).
Karim’s Down a lane across from the Jama Masjid’s south gate (No 1), legendary Karim’s has been delighting Delhiit…

Delhi City Guide

New Delhi, the national capital of India is famous for its culture, tradition, effervescent history, monuments, museums, galleries, parks and Mughal Architecture that beckon tourists from all over the world. Delhi is the third largest city in India and now the most preferred city in terms of investments, industrialization, Information Technology, Healthcare, Real Estate, etc.

New Delhi is the blend of old and new. It is famous for its planned landscape and spacious streets with shades of greenery. The contrast between the two is very much visible by the culture, lifestyle and tradition. Delhi has always been a cosmopolitan city where one would find people from all parts of India. Overall, Delhi is a very multi-linguist and multi-cultured society which has now opened itself to embracing every new custom and tradition.

Old Delhi still has the influence of Mughals with monuments, mosques and forts all through the complicated streets. Old bazaars and food are some of the specialties of Ol…