7 Places In Delhi That Gave Vegetarians A Reason To Party In 2015

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Does it sometimes feel that being a vegetarian and a foodie is rather difficult? Well then you’re looking for eats in all the wrong places! Here are seven spots in Delhi that satiated the vegetarian palate.

 

  1. Sattvik

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Enjoy an exemplary fine dining experience at Sattvik, which specializes in top-notch vegetarian grubs.

 

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  1. Naivedyam

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Overdose on exceptional South Indian fare at this pure vegetarian regional favorite in Hauz Khas Village.best-restaurants-in-delhi-v

 

  1. Suruchi

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Stuff yourself silly with the traditional Rajasthani and Gujarati thalis and generous portions at Suruchi.Suruchivada1

 

  1. Shudh

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With a name so pure (literally), the place ought to be a delight for veggie lovers. Shudh is known for its wide variety of vegetarian offering ranging from South Indian to Chinese.

 

  1. Govinda’s

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Located in the ISKCON Temple complex, Govinda’s is a must visit for vegetarians and people who like to indulge in good vegetarian food occasionally.govindas-625-navratri-2015_625x350_51444722580

 

  1. Jain Coffee House

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Nestled in the bustling streets of Chawri Bazaar, Jain Coffee House is the perfect place to make a quick halt during an Old Delhi expedition.Samosas

 

  1. Zerruco

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This critically acclaimed Italian and Mediterranean restaurant gives the vegetarian more than just a herb laden sorry excuse for food. Do try their delicious wild mushroom and truffle risotto.

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