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Anupriya Bedi Jul 11 2014

The finest world cuisine in Delhi

Reema Bhalla Jul 11 2014
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One can indulge in some of the finest world cuisines in Delhi. There is a huge variety available, ranging from Korean to Vietnamese, making it one of the best places in the country to have some flavourful culinary adventures.

Le Cirque

One of the most expensive restaurants in the country, Le Cirque at The Leela Palace blends the best of classic Italian and contemporary French cuisine together. One can choose to be seated in the elegant dining room, beside the bar or open kitchen or the very pleasant al-fresco dining. The Wagyu Beef steak, Paupiette of Black Cod and Crème Brûlée are some of the dishes worth trying at this luxurious restaurant.

Le Cirque (from the official Facebook page)

West View

Indulge in antipasti, handcrafted pastas, crisp pizzas, grilled meats and vegetables and very well put together wine list by Chef Bill Marchetti at
West View in ITC Maurya. The modern European cuisine coupled with a luxurious ambience and live music makes it one of the finest romantic restaurants in the city.

Pizza (by cyclonebill)

Wasabi by Morimoto

A meal at Wasabi by Morimoto at The Taj Mahal Hotel is no less than a magic show! The very conventional tempura, teppanyaki and sushi are created into something truly unique with an amazing burst of flavours. The food and the ambience are both visually stunning while an experience at the live counter where the chefs show their knife skills would leave you spellbound. A must-visit for Japanese food lovers and one of the best restaurants to try world cuisine in Delhi.

Wasabi (from the official website)

Neung Roi

Serving the finest world cuisines in Delhi, Neung Roi in Radisson Blu, done up aesthetically in a very minimalist manner is a Thai restaurant which is all about good food with clean flavours. They have an elaborate menu inspired by four different areas of the country. The raw papaya salad, Thai red curry and chicken satay are some of the dishes worth trying here.

Neung Roi (from the official Facebook page)


Wildfire in Crowne Plaza is probably the only Brazilian restaurant in the city where one can experience the traditional churrasco way of serving meat. The menu changes every day and there are always options in beef, seafood, lamb, pork, chicken and of course for vegetarians. If available, do try the grilled jumbo prawns and pineapple skewers.

Wildfire (from the official website)


Beautifully done in all white with an alfresco seating as well, Sevilla in The Claridges is the best place to indulge in Mediterranean cuisine. Do not miss the outdoor cabanas if the weather permits. Open only for the dinner service, Sevilla rustles up exotic Spanish fare like the very famous paella, patata bravas and roasted chicken etc. which are prepared in the most authentic manner.

Sevilla (from the official Facebook page)

Zerruco by Zilli

Zerruco by Zilli
in The Ashok boasts of a menu designed by celebrity chef Aldo Zilli himself. There is a wood-fired oven so the thin crust pizzas are a definite try. While being an Italian restaurant the wine list is great, they even have some great salads and meat roasts on the menu. The outdoor seating is really enjoyable when the weather is good.

Zerucco (from the official Facebook page)

Nom Nom

Nom Nom
in The Ashok is a very welcome change in the city! While there are classic dishes available on their 31 page long menu, what sets it apart is an assortment of dimsums available. Nom Nom has the largest dimsum menu with over one hundred varieties available to select from. It is a paradise for Asian food lovers.

Nom Nom (from the official Facebook page)

Blue Ginger

Blue Ginger
in Taj Palace Hotel is the only Vietnamese restaurant in the city and offers very authentic flavours in its food. The chicken cari and fish Hanoi style are some of the very popular dishes. They even have a steamboat on the menu, which is a very interactive way to enjoy the meal at this fabulous restaurant adorned in blue lights and beautiful candle-lit decor.

Blue Ginger (from the official Facebook page)

Gung The Palace

With small private cabins where one can enjoy the low seating to the usual dining options, Gung The Palace, offers a complete experience to its diners. An authentic Korean restaurant, where the diners can select from a barbecued meats to casseroles and there are a plenty of options for the vegetarians as well. Some of the worth trying dishes are pork ribs, bibimbap, ramyeon noodles and tofu with kimchi.

Gung the Palace (from the official website)

The availability of the finest world cuisines in Delhi makes it a delight for any food lover and is definitely worth trying. For more options check out these really good restaurants in Delhi.

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