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Top 10 Expensive Restaurants in Delhi

In the capital of India, there are no derth of good restaurants and eating joints which serve international level to local street food experience at a price. Some people chose only the best, irrespective of the price tags. for those few privileged there exist a separate class of restaurants. We have shortlisted these here.

Top 10 Fine Dining Restaurants in Delhi

The finest restaurants which offer luxury of ambience, food, taste and service in the matter of dining experience of Delhi have been chosen c arefully. Here is a glimpse of such Top 10 Expensive Restaurants in Delhi. You can check them comfortably.

1. Indian Accents, Friends Colony

Located in a boutique hotel (The Manor) in Delhi’s leafy Friends Colony, Indian Accent feels miles away from the surrounding city’s bustle. The venue’s Indian-infused zen-like décor with undertone exteriors are well complemented with the understated décor of the restaurant. A passage leads you to the dining room – a no frills room – with limited seating. That is to say, there is an Indianness in the ambiance which is quite inviting nonetheless, tall ‘Samai’ (Oil lamp), a touch of traditional velvet upholstery infused with spic –white table linen, fresh marigold flowers teamed up with modern lighting does create just the right kind of fine dining magic. Overlooking the cool veranda and the lush lawn, the restaurant also has a private dining room and a bar. The menu, designed by Chef Manish Mehrotra, bemuses you with unique names of the dishes. Presenting his take on the world cuisine is the fare at Indian Accent.

Indian Accents

Celebrated and critically acclaimed Chef Manish Mehrotra calls his cooking style ‘inventive Indian’ and ‘Indian food with an international accent’ or the other way around.Every dish on the menu; everything from the nomenclature to the style of presentation comes as a surprise, making you eagerly await the next dish. The chef’s use of the most basic and authentic Indian ingredients such as jackfruit, bitter gourd and eggplant, as well as his creative plating make dining here a feast for the eyes as well as the palate. The staff dressed in Indian attire are well trained, knowledgeable, friendly and courteous.

2. Dum Pukht– ITC Maurya, Diplomatic Enclave

“Dum-Pukht” – One of the most opulent and celebrated restaurants curates the lost authentic cooking styles for you right from the Awadh region of India. They actually cook the dishes on slow fire and serves you with brilliant aroma and taste. So, you have to be little wise and calculative while deciding the portions since it takes quite some time to get the food on to the table.

Dum Pukht Restaurant

Undoubtedly, the ambience is purely lavish and exquisite. A mild instrumental background score and luxurious treatment adds a royal feel to it. The restaurant is not too big but has a warm atmosphere and the seating arrangement has been affected by the lack of enough space as a result tables have been place very close to the entrance of the restaurant and sitting just at the entrance while having the best food is not ideal at all.

3. Masala Library, Janpath

Masala Library has impeccable Chef’s Tasting menu. So if it is your first time here like me, opt for Chef’s special rather than a la carte, to get a taste and feel of what molecular gastronomy is all about.

Masala Library Delhi

Masala Library is one such restaurant where food is not just food, it is an art. Here the food is not cooked, it is played with. Masala Library serves cuisines from around the country and every dish served reflects a different culture present in the country.While every dish is served in a fashion divergent from the other, the dishes used to serve the dishes were equally fancy, their name, fancier and the very preparation of the dish was way way different compared to the regular path taken by everyone else.

The decor of the place is very elegant and classy and gives you a very formal feel. The things are kept simple, with a big chandelier in the centre, a nice looking bar section and tables placed at a nice distance ensuring you are not disturbed by your neighbouring tables. The tables are draped in white cloth making things perfect for a great fine dine experience.

4. Pluck– Pullman New Delhi Aerocity

Pluck, an Indian European restaurant, is constructed on the ground floor lobby area and is famous not only for thier dine-in but also for the vegetables they use in the cooking are grown with in the hotel premisses, yes that’s true, they have a small mini farm inside their hotel premises which is taken care by their gardener under the guidance of their chef. That’s why there menu is titled as-“Creative Farm to Table Eatry”

Pluck Pullman, Delhi

The dine-in area is very beautiful, with the use of glass on one side, so as to use the most of the sunlight, I am sure it would look much pretty in the evening/night(as I visited in lunch, so can’t say). The sitting is colorful with orange and green sitting chairs and couch’s. They have small wooden open shelfs to display different food items.


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The staff is extremely courteous and won’t mind changing a dish if you don’t prefer whats on the menu For the wine lovers they have a good slection and their wine sommelier Kriti Malhotra can help you in the ordering though the pricing is bit on the higher side.

5. Bukhara, ITC Maurya, Diplomatic Enclave

Bukhara – The legend restaurant in the lap of diplomatic residency . Serving for more than four decades, Bukhara never losses its sheen because it never compromises on taste and quality. You can sight many known person & celebs enjoying the food with family & friends & having good time. Though a little bit expensive on pocket but it’s worth to fill your stomach there. Above all you can visit live kitchen from inside on request & chef are always glad to show you every stuff & way of cooking.

Bukhara Restaurant

The staff is too courteous and takes every customer seriously. The service is good. It is recommended to book a table since waiting for 25-30 minutes can be expected. The place is definitely expensive but it lives upto every hype and penny.  A must visit place if you love dal makahni kinda meal.

6. Sevilla, the Claridges, Aurangzeb Road

Sevilla is one of the most romantic places in town. The canopied ambience, amidst trees and water brook, can make any soul awestruck. The authentic spanish delights capture both eyes and palate in a flash.

Basically the whole restaurant is under large tree–they have made canopies for seating It is recommend to book these canopies in advance. Ambience is really very nice, very light music is being played here and every where uyou will see the candles lighted up.

Sevilla Restaurant, New Delhi

The served food tastes perfect here. They serve pizza which is baked in wooden oven and that is their speciality. The restaurant is bit expensive but worth eating. Staff of the eating place iss very polite and service is quick.

7. Tamri, Shangri-La’s Eros Hotel, Ashoka Road, Janpath

Tamra is one of the prestigious and largest multi cuisine restaurant in Delhi with hallmarked with Shangri-La’s hospitality. Apart from this the restaurant had so much to offer with Cuisines like continental, Indian, Hyderabad, South Asian,Delhi chaat , cheese spreads to Japanese . You can have buffet and it is absolutely delightful with their

Shangrilas Eros

perfectly balanced Mocktail. One should try their ice creams and Indian corner.

The buffet has so much variety from desserts to main course to snacks. Each and everything is very well prepared. Its not over priced. The staff is extremely nice. The place is very well made. This is surely one place to be if you want to go for fine dinning or lunch.

8. Neung Roi – Radisson Blu, Mahipalpur

Neung Roi takes Thai food to the next level in Delhi. Its a perfect place for Thai Food lovers. The restaurant divides the menu into four parts namely, Lanna , Central Thailand, Southern Thailand and Isan.

First of all you can eat betel leaf with onion, chilli, peanuts and tamarind sauce. It is delicoius. Then you can have Porpia Sod- Spring Roll, they are also delicoius. Then you go for Chicken speciality of Thai food, its one of the best dish you would have eaten here, so delicious.

Neunong Roi

In main course you can order Jasmine Rice with Tofu. In Dessert, try Khao Niew Mamuang – Its a Sticky rice with Mango and Coconut Cream, its so delicious, you once eat it, definitely will come again for it. Chocolate Fudge Brownie with Ice Cream is also delicious here.

9. Varq, the Taj Mahal Hotel, Mansingh Road

Very tasty and elegant contemporary Indian food restaurant with a bit of fusion elements. The service and food knowledge of the serving staff is also top notch. Food is amazing. Palak patta chat was amazing. Too good. Apart from that main course and other items were equally good. No complaints at all.

Varq Resturant Delhi

This place serves the most amazing breads, the most amazing dal Bukhara or even the simple Palak paneer too
If that’s not too much, it’s the biryani that gets you eating more and more and don’t just stop at this as they also argue the old and super Parsi dairy malai kulfi too in this place!! Make sure to indulge here and it’s worth an experience for sure!

10. On the Waterfront– The Lodhis, Lodhi Road

They have one special cubical space on the water body which accomodates two tables each for four people and two tables each for two people. To use these tables, minimum billing of Rs 5000 per person is required which will be always a totally worth to your money.

On The Waterfront Restaurant

We would definitely recommend this place for the one who wants to spend some special moments with their loved one or to the one who wants to impress their love.  A candle light dinner place, that gives you more then your expectations from the location to everything. A must try place.

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About Raj Gopal Singh Verma

A blogger and photographer by interests, interested in worldwide travel related information, travelogues and visuals. Love different types of cuisines, try hand on Indian and Mughlai dishes, when time permits. Writes in Hindi too. Expresses inner feelings through poetry, at times.

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