5 Best Mutton Biryani Places In Delhi For Amazing Biryanis

Best mutton biryani in delhi

Awadhi, Hyderabadi, Moradabadi, Pakistani, Kolkata Style, Lucknowi Dum Biryani, the list goes on. Biryani is one of the top favourite meals of any Indian. Biryanis in Delhi takes you back in history to the times when Biryanis were first introduced by the Mughals. Digging into a hot plate of this spicy rice dish tastes like celebration by itself. When one talks about a good biryani laced with a healthy portion of tender mutton, you probably already have your favourite Biryani house in mind. With the variety this city has to offer, your Biryani options are plenty.

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Karim (Karim Hotel)

Arguably the city’s (Old Delhi) most famous culinary destination. In the narrow streets of Old Delhi, Karim serves excellent royal Mughal food. The restaurant was established by Haji Karimuddin in 1913. Adn guess what! Haji Karimuddin started the Karim’s by selling just two items – Alu Gosht and Daal served with Rumali Roti. Time magazine has ranked Karim amongst top restaurants in Asia. It’s considered to be the best non-vegetarian restaurant in entire Delhi-NCR. Don’t expect a vacant seat, it’s always crowded like anything.

Al Jawahar

Al Jawahar near Jama Masjid, Old Delhi is a popular food joint serving brilliant Mughlai dishes. The place is said to serve awesome Mutton Biryani and Chicken Changeezi. The taste of the aromatic rice Biryani is authentic and delicious with succulent pieces of mutton. The Biryani at Al Jawahar is cooked in a Handi (earthen pot) and served with Mutton Korma and Raita. The food is reasonable priced and costs Rs 700 for two people.

Nasir Iqbal Biryani

In the narrow streets of Nizamuddin, you will find Nasir Iqbal Biryani. The place is accepted to serve the best Mutton Biryani in the city, cooked in traditional-style in steel-brass pots. It’s a modest outlet serving excellent Biryanis with large portions of meat and flavourful aromatic rice. The place is affordable and a meal for two will cost you approximately Rs 500. You can’t miss this place.

Babu Shahi Barwarchi Biyani

Babu Shahi Bawarchni serves the best Biryani in Old Delhi. It is one of Delhi’s best kept secrets. They serve mouthwatering Biryanis sealed in handis and the Biryani is prepared just as it was during the Mughal days. The place is more of a takeaway and you must place your order at least 2 hors in advance (for large oder). They sell Biryani by weight (per Kg). One kg of Chicken Biryani will cost you Rs 450 and one kg of Mutton Biryani is sold for Rs 550/kg.

Ashok & Ashok Meat Dhaba

Food at Ashok & Ashok Meat Dhaba is absolutely delicious. It serves North Indian (Mughlai) non-vegetarian dishes. The food here is cheap and costs Rs 250 for two people. It serves mutton only on Wednesdays and Saturdays and that too during 1 PM to 3 PM. The Ashok Meat Dhaba is closed on Tuesday.

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