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Reet Cheema Jan 29 2014

Which are the best luxury restaurants in India?

Kanika Nevatia Jan 29 2014
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Luxury, quite literally is a state of great comfort or elegance, mostly attained at a high cost. When it comes to indulgence for the taste buds, most of us from time and again don’t mind going to places that are more than a bit heavy on the pocket. Sometimes a good meal is simply priceless, a fact the the following list of the best luxury restaurants in India proves absolutely right.

The Zodiac Grill - Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai

Known for much more than its exquisite French cuisine, the spectacular Zodiac Grill is located in the illustrious Taj Mahal Hotel in the Colaba area of Mumbai. With its picturesque decor and food to die for, a typical meal consists of nine courses and will cost you a sprawling INR 15000 for two at the minimum. Famous for its wine cellar, the staff will ensure that no matter what the occasion you’ve got the right variety of alcohol to celebrate. The Christofle gilt-edged crockery and hand-blown Riedel crystal will make your eyes sparkle while you enjoy the vast range of French dishes will lamb and caviar delicacies among much more. Don’t forget to leave your reading glasses at home as they will definitely have a pair suitable for your eyes to ensure you read the menu with ease.

Photo of Zodiac Grill (by Official Website)

MEGU - The Leela Palace, New Delhi

Soak your food fantasies in the authentic Japanese delicacies served to you with love at MEGU, situated in The Leela Palace hotel in the Chanakyapuri area of New Delhi. Their elaborate menu consists of dishes that cost up to INR 7000.The ambience comes across as rather royal with a wide variety of antique Japanese Kimonos displayed in the surroundings. If you’re an avid lover of Sushi, Sashimi or any other Japanese favourite, letting loose your pocket at MEGU, one of the most luxurious restaurants in India once in a while is totally worth is.

Photo of Sushi Platter (by KyleNishioka.com)

Wasabi by Morimoto - The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Mumbai

Another restaurant where Japanese food is served in style is Wasabi by Morimoto, located once again in the illustrious Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Colaba, Mumbai. Recognised as one of the top 100 restaurants in the world Wasabi is a gift to every Japanese food lover. A treat to both vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike the elaborate menu at Wasabi leaves everyone craving for more. You get a beautiful view of the sea from the window, and you can even opt for a private dining room. Don’t forget to try the Vegetarian Sushi Platter and Shrimp Tempura.

Photo of Wasabi Private Dining (by Offical Website)

Le Cirque - The Leela Palace, New Delhi

The Leela Palace, New Delhi too makes its second appearance on the list with Le Cirque, known renownedly for its French and Italian cuisines. You could easily call a meal bought here among the best that a handsome sum of money could buy you in India. The pasta with truffle and the risotto cooked in a champagne sauce are must tries. You might also be tempted to skip straight to the desserts with their souffles prepared to perfection. They also have an exuberant wine list.

Photo of Risotto (by Lara604)

Graze - Vivanta by Taj, Bangalore

The divine European cuisine offered by Grazeat the Vivanta by Taj in the garden city of Bangalore is what sets it apart from any other luxury restaurant. Their list of wines seem never ending and their Pumpkin soup which will cost you INR 500 plus taxes is one that they boast of. If you're not sure what you want, just order their four course tasting menu that will cost you INR 4500 plus taxes and comes along with wine. Redefining the notion of fine dining, Graze at Vivanta by Taj, stands proud. When in search of the best luxury restaurants in India, Graze must become a destination of choice.

Photo of Graze (by Official Website)

Orient Express - Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi

Another culinary gem in the European food domain is the Orient Expressat Taj Palace Hotel in New Delhi. Although they do not offer an a la carte menu, their set 4 course meal is good enough to sweep you off your feet. The atmosphere leaves you spellbound, with the elegant lighting and sophisticated decor. If you’re willing to pay a few big bucks for the unmatched luxury at the Orient Express, it is indeed the perfect place for a romantic rendezvous.

Photo of Orient Express (by Official Website)

Burgundy Grill - Crowne Plaza, Bangalore

Located in the hustle bustle of Bangalore’s Electronic City area, Burgundy Grill offers a perfect blend of Continental and French cuisine. Well known for its wide variety of exotic meat, the restaurant is any carnivore's delight. Vegetarians shouldn’t get disheartened either as some of their non meat delicacies such as the French Onion Soup and Caesar Salad are also very famous. If you’re paying a visit to the Burgundy Grill you just can’t miss out their ever so talked about New York Raspberry Cheesecake. Every penny paid will definitely feel worthwhile at one of the most luxurious restaurants in India.

Photo of Cheesecake (by zingyyellow)

The Spice Route - The Imperial, New Delhi

The Spice Route, located in the Janpath area of New Delhi at The Imperial hotel is as the name suggests a direct reflection of the Asian spice route that consists of a wide variety of coastal cuisines. The main concentration however is on Malaysian, Thai and South Indian cuisine with an abundance of seafood. The staff ensures they give you the perfect suggestions for what you should order according to your preferences. From their Raw Papaya Salad to their spicy Thai Curry, everything tastes impeccable. They also offer a feast for your eyes with the beautifully muraled walls ladened with Asian art. When the experience is this wonderful, spending a little extra never goes to waste.

Photo of Spice Route (by Official Website)

Suvarna Mahal - Taj Rambagh Palace, Jaipur

Situated in the pink city Jaipur, Suvarna Mahal is royalty at its best. Serving both North Indian and Mughlai cuisines, the restaurant strives to bring to you the taste enjoyed by the Maharajas of Rajasthan. The Lal Maas delicacies and the Awadhi Fish Qorma are must tries. The vegetarians shouldn’t miss out on the Subz hara kebab. When food feels this luxurious and divine, one would definitely not mind paying a high price.

Photo of Suvarna Mahal (by Official Website)

Trilogy - Sea Princess, Mumbai

Located right next to Mumbai’s ever so famous Juhu Beach at The Sea Princess Hotel, the Trilogywith its urban lounge setting is sure to dazzle you with its charm. It’s the perfect place to let your hair down and relax while enjoying the music and dim lighting. And if you're in the mood to shake a leg then hit the dance floor and leave all your troubles behind. The cuisines offered are both Chinese and Japanese. So whether you want a round of hot Dumplings or Sushi, Trilogy is the place for you. Though a little steep on your pocket, the place is a must visit.

Photo of Dumpling (by David)

When culinary indulgence is the the sin that you would commit without a second thought then combining it with a pinch of luxury makes it all the more fun. So dont look at the price tag attached and explore the best luxury restaurants in India. None, will let you down. And just incase you decide to take your indulgence to the next level and want to stay in a world of luxury as well, you can check out the best luxury hotels in India.

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