Hood Food: The Delhi Guide – 7 Places To Dine In Karol Bagh

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Located in the heart of West Delhi, Karol Bagh is a residential-cum-commercial neighborhood, which has many faces to it. It’s the place where a multitude of West & Central Delhi’s affluent people reside, it’s the are synonymous with populous markets like Ajmal Khan Road and Ghaffar Market.

Amongst this entire demographic hubbub, the place has managed to build its identity as a major food hub as well. Here are the best places to satiate your hunger when in Karol Bagh.

 

  1. Suruchi

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Situated in West Delhi, Suruchi is a restaurant chain loved for the authentic dishes served here – Rajasthani & Gujarati being their best. The service is excellent and the staff is humble. The food here is delectable. Apart from the amazing Thaalis, dishes that can’t be missed include the Gatte ki Sabzi, Rajasthani Kadhi and the mouthwatering Rajasthani Dal.suruchi

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  1. Changezi

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Changezi is a splendid place to try delicious Butter Chicken. The place is popular for their Naans and Khameeri Roti. A superb restaurant to try some of the brilliant North Indian and Mughlai food!changezi

 

  1. Art Of Spices

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Art of Spices brings together delicious bites from all over North India puts it together in a deliciously curated menu. Apart from the brilliant makhnis and tandooris, the restaurant also rolls out amazing egg, chicken, mutton, paneer and vegetable rolls. Some of their best rolls are the Double Paneer, Egg Malai Tikka, and Soya Chaap Roll.art of spice roll

 

  1. Glenz Café & Bakers

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Glenz Café & Bakers has in store for you a stockpile of frosted and baked goodies along with some excellent nibbles and beverages. Sit back and enjoy a cup of piping hot foamy cappuccino as you binge on a slice of their pastries, waffles and scrumptious sandwiches.glenz cafe

 

  1. Wraps Kathi Rolls

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An underrated eatery located in the bustling market of Karol Bagh, Wraps Kathi Rolls is a favorite among the locals. The menu has a wide variety of rolls on it that completely make up for the fact that you’ve to stand and eat.wraps kathi rolls

 

  1. Prem Dhaba

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This Dhaba is a delightful experience for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians. Because of its crammed up seating this place is not one for big gathering but the food is worth every hurdle that you may have to cross to eat it. Famous for it’s veg shahi chaap, butter chicken and fish tikka, Prem Dhaba is a must visit.prem dhaba

 

  1. Roshan Di Kulfi

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It would only be fair if a meal of exotic paranthas be punctuated with a delightful finish. The almost half-a-century old Roshan Di Kulfi can probably be your next stopover in this sweltering Delhi heat. Kesar pista kulfi topped with plain faluda has been a godsend for ages at this place.399239-roshan-di-kulfi

 

  1. Red Brick Café

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This fancy and bright café is a modest little space inside Padam Chambers. The place has on offer drool worthy dry cakes, rich cream cakes, a massive breakfast selection and some wholesome bites including soups and salads to pick from.red brick cafe

 

  1. Ganesh Restaurant

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This iconic restaurant has been a part of Karol Bagh for ages. The modest little space is popular for its pocket friendly menu loaded with delicious North Indian items like tikkas, seekh kebabs and rich curries.ganeshs restaurant

 

So, when are you going to Karol Bagh?

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