In celebration of Navratri, Delhi introduces special pure vegetarian cuisine they are all day dining restaurants. Delhi’s die-hard Punjabis are in for a veritable treat in the form of delicious Gujju fare across the city! With the Navratri season round the corner, pure vegetarian thalis are ruling the roost with kadhi, shaak (vegetables), farsan, bhakri, bajri no rotlo, thepla, undhiyu and lots more. We bring you the top picks of the season for a truly full-filling Gujju experience from across the Gujarati food places in Delhi.
Suruchi Restaurant in Karol Bagh offers some of the best Gujarati delicacies. The sumptuous thali offers innumerable snacks like muthia, khandvi, dhokla, mathia, chakri, sev mamra etc followed by wafer thin rotlis, a variety of vegetables, daals and of course the sinfully sweet shrikhand and sutarfeni.
Hotel Swati Building: Shree Delhi Gujarati Samaj in Civil Lines first opened its doors to Delhiites in 1897! There’s been no looking back since. The thalis come loaded with all-you-can eat: authentic daal, shaak, chevdo, dhokla, khandvi and batata vada is on the menu! Don’t miss the ghughra and the seasonal and the classic Gujju combination of aam ras or keri no ras and rotli. The traditional desserts include doodhi no halwa and shiro (suji ka halwa).
Shree Delhi Gujarati Samaj: Rajdhani, the vegetarian Thali Restaurant needs no introduction! Their signature dishes include sandwich dhokla, daal dhokri, pudla, dudhi gathia nu shaak and Gujarati kadhi. The sumptuous thali offers unlimited rice, rotlis, farsan and shaak.
Rajdhani Restaurant: Gujarati Namkeen Bhandar in Chawri Bazaar is well worth the trek! Better known for its farsan (snacks) like lasoon ka sev, chevdo, thepla, khakra, fafda, dhokla etc. the thali at this unpretentious eatery is equally good if not better! The must-try include handvo, khaman, lilva-kachori, Surat no locho, khichu, magaj.
Navratri special menu at top Delhi restaurants : The special nine nights of Navratri bring with them a fervour and flavour of their own. While celebrations differ all over the country, the underlying theme remains the same. Yet, fasting and observing Navratras no longer means missing eating out. The Radisson MBD, Noida brings in a mouth-watering Navratra special menu observing all the norms of saatvik cuisine, so essential to this period. All served in a manner befitting this special feast, with well laid out thalis, and a service fit for a king. Also, in the menu are tempting snacks and savouries, all made with the ‘vrat’ in mind for a quick in between moment.
Navratri Specials food at Rang De Basanti: Order our special Navratri Thali comprising of Paneer Tikka Afghani, Aloo Mewawale, Paneer Jeera Ki Sabzi, Kuttu Ke Aate Ki Puri, Singhade Ka Halwa and more.
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