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iXiGOers Dec 09 2012

Which are the popular mid-range restaurants in Delhi?

Aloke Bajpai DEC 10 2012
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Pocket that cash for exciting shopping sprees and treat yourself to some fingerlicking good food. With an eatery at every nook and corner of the busy city, you will never go empty stomach. From fine dining restaurants to small cafes and tea shops, Delhi has it all.

Gorge on delicious Chinese, savour some dosas and idlis or tingle your spice buds with hot north Indian without burning a big hole in your pocket!

Affordable and appetising, the variety of food in Delhi is astonishing.

  • Haldiram’sA cacophonic murmur welcomes you to this popular food chain. Bright interiors, helpful staff and an astounding variety of food describes Haldiram’s aptly.
    Feel like a steaming cuppa coffee or pan fried noodles, order away. The restaurant follows a self service policy which works wonders for the large crowds they cater to.
    The pau bhaji at Haldiram’s is famous city wide for its soft bread and spicy bhaji. You must also try the hearty helping of refreshing butter milk to beat Delhi’s harsh heat.
    Be prepared to brave the hungry crowds during the busy lunch and dinner hours.
    A meal for two will cost you INR 200.
    There are various Haldiram’s outlet all around the city, some of the popular ones are:

    Address: Haldiram's
    Lajpat Nagar 3
    Telephone: +91-11-28898030

    L 6, Outer Circle
    Connaught Place
    New Delhi
    Telephone: +91-11-47685300

    Chandni Chowk
    New Delhi
    Telephone: +91-11-47685114

  • QD’sChinese with a wacky twist. Located deep in the narrow lanes, QD’s is known for its splendid tandoori momos and tangy honey chilli potatoes. The platters served at this tiny outlet are good enough to fill two starving stomachs. Done up in bright colours and offering regular student discounts, the restaurant is extremely popular amongst college students. With peppy music, comfortable cushioned chairs, snuggle in for a satisfying meal for two at INR 300.

    Address: QD's Restaurant
    294, Satyaniketan Market
    Near Venkateshwara College
    New Delhi
    Telephone: +91-93509-05757

    QD's Restaurant
    9 UB
    Jawahar Nagar
    Kamla Nagar
    New Delhi
    Telephone: +91-98990-70506

  • Khan ChachaNestled in the back lanes of Khan Market, the quaint little eatery has gradually carved a niche for itself. From filling kathi rolls to juicy kebabs, treat yourself to a delicious spread. Offering a delectable array of non vegetarian snacks, Khan Chacha is also famous for its tangy paneer tikka and hara kebab. Be ready to queue up as the joint is thronged by visitors at all hours of the day.
    With INR 200 for a meal for two, it is not too heavy on the pocket.

    Address: Khan Chacha
    50, Opposite Big Chill
    Middle Lane
    Khan Market
    New Delhi
    Telephone: +91-98106-71103

    Address: D 3
    Connaught Place
    New Delhi

  • Sarvana BhavanChatter, chaos and an enticing aroma await you at one of the best South Indian restaurants in Delhi. Sarvana Bhavan is known for its authentic South Indian delicacies and inviting ambiance. Adai, a dosa prepared with lentils is one of the most popular dishes at the restaurant. If you want to indulge in a quick bite, Medu vada with green mint chutney and creamy coconut chutney is your snack.
    Visit Sarvana Bhavan for a hearty and fulfilling Southie meal. INR 300 shouldn’t be too much for a trip to the South for two!

    Address: P15/9,
    Connaught Circus
    Connaught Place
    New Delhi
    Telephone: +91-11-23347755

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