7 Best Navratri Deals at Top Restaurants in Delhi

Eba Khan  |  Updated: October 10, 2016 13:21 IST

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7 Best Navratri Deals at Top Restaurants in Delhi
Highlights
  • Navaratri is an important festival and is celebrated all over India
  • This Navratri 2016, let the food do all the talking
  • Choose from 7 best deals that you can avail at top restaurants in Delhi
Navaratri is an important festival and is celebrated all over India with much fervour and devotion. The devotees worship goddess Durga and her nine forms for nine days to get her blessings. It is believed that people who worship Maa Bhagwati and fast during that period are blessed with prosperity, health and wisdom. But along with fasting, also comes feasting! This Navratri 2016, let the food do all the talking.

If you’re wondering where to go to savour the scrumptious spread, don’t worry. We’ve compiled a list of 7 best deals that you can avail at top restaurants in Delhi.

1. Olive Bistro

On offer are specially crafted vegetarian dishes at Olive Bistro. Choose from a variety of Navratri special options with no onion and garlic. Their special menu comprises Falafel, Trio of Beetroot, Garden of the Day (Farm Fresh Vegetables with Pearl Barley Risotto, Fennel cream and Spinach), Penne Arabiatta in Zucchini and Bocconcini Cheese, and Cherry Tomato Pizza made with ragi flour. End it with Chocolate Bombe (with seasonal fruits).Where: Olive Bistro, Cyber Hub, Shop No 101, DLF Cyber City, Phase 2, Gurgaon
When: 1st to 10th October 2016
Timings: 12pm to 11:30pm
Cost per person: Rs 1,200 plus taxes
 
chocolate bombe


2. Sagar Ratna

One can relish Sabudana Tikki, Samak Idli and Adraki Paneer Tikka in the starters section at Sagar Ratna. In the main course, there are two great options - Navratra Executive Thali, which contains Shahi Paneer, Aloo Tamatar, Samak Pulao, Singhara-Kuttu Poori, Sabudana Papad, and Kheer in dessert; and Navratra Deluxe Thali that contains Shahi Paneer, Aloo Tamatar, Arbi Masala, Samak Pulao, Singhara-Kuttu Poori, Kheera Raita, Sabudana Papad, and the delicious Sabudana Kheer.

Apart from the thalis, you can also order buttermilk and Sabudana Kheer separately.

Those who love dosas needn’t be disheartened as Sagar Ratna offers a comprehensive dosa menu with dishes made with Samak, Singhara and Kuttu atta and served along with Kurma, Chutney, Sabudana Kheer, Papad and Buttermilk.

Where: Sagar Ratna (all outlets)
When: 1 October 2016 - 10 October 2016
Timings: 11:00 am to 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Cost per person: Rs.350 plus taxes
 
dosa


3. Dhaba by Claridges

This festive season, Dhaba by Claridges brings you a special Navratri menu observing the norms of Sattvik cuisine. Enjoy mouthwatering dishes like Kacche Kele ka Kofta, Jeera Sendha Namak ka Pulao and Singhade Aate ki Poori among other mouthwatering savoury dishes. For sweet indulgences, one can go for Sabudane ki Kheer or Shakarkandi ka Halwa.

Where: Dhaba by Claridges (DlF Place Saket and Epicuria)
When: 1 October 2016 - 10 October 2016
Timings: All day long
Cost per person: Rs.500 plus taxes
 
dhaba by claridges

4. Fio Country Kitchen and Bar

For all who are observing the nine holy days of Navrati (or those who just want to enjoy experimenting), Fio Country Kitchen brings to you two special platters for the festival. These mouth-watering delicacies are prepared keeping in mind the auspices of Navratri, without onions and garlic and infused with warm spices that blend together to create delectable treats.

Break your fast with specially crafted traditional dishes that will make the nine-day fast all the more special and enjoyable. Look out for Apple, Banana and Kiwi Makhana, Peanut Salad, Petha ki Sabzi, Sago Risotto and Rosetti Chestnut to name a few.

Where: Fio Country Kitchen (Garden of Five Senses, Saidulajaib)
When: 1 October 2016 - 9 October 2016
Timings: 12 pm to 12 am
Cost: Traditional Indian Navratri Platter – Rs. 999 (plus taxes) and Contemporary Italian Navratri Platter – Rs. 1099 (plus taxes)
 

5. SodaBottleOpenerWala

SodaBottleOpenerWala offers three-course Vrat ka Khana where you can choose a starter, main course and dessert from a host of specials in the limited edition menu. You can also order these dishes on a la carte basis.

The nine-day special vegetarian Navratra menu includes Sabudana Papad, Kera na Cutlets, Gwarfali, Khattu Meethu Kaddu, Aloo Sabzi, Kuttu Atta Puri and Vrat ke Chawal. Then there’s Sabudana ki Kheer and Vrat ka Falooda.

Where: Cyber Hub at Gurgaon, Khan Market and Noida
When: 1 October 2016 - 9 October 2016
Timings: 12 pm onwards
Cost per person: Rs 450 plus taxes
 
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6. Vivanta by Taj - Surajkund

If you want to celebrate the auspicious festival in style, head to Vivanta by Taj, Surajkund. Indulge in an array of mouth-watering delicacies specially crafted for the fasting period. The Navratri Thali presents a myriad of dishes including Paneer Tikka Kalimirch, Palak ka Saag, Kaddu ki Sabji, Samak ke Chawal, along with numerous desserts like Cholai ke Ladoo and Saboot Dane ke Kheer.

Where: Vivanta by Taj, Surajkund
When: 1st October – 9th October 2016
Timings: Lunch 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm and Dinner 7:00 pm to 11:30 pm
Cost per person: Rs. 850 plus taxes
 
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7. Guppy

If you're bored of the traditional fare, how about going global? Nothing screams exotic like the delicious Japanese food at Guppy. What if we told you they have an entire Navratri special section too? That's right, you can pick your favourites from a delicious vegetarian menu during these 10 days. From a mouthwatering list of delicacies, one can try Braised Shiitake Uramaki, Cheese and Vegetable Krokke, Lotus Root and Tofu Hasamiage Tempura, or Grilled Portobello Steak, and Okonomiyaki this Navratri season. You can also try any of their other Japanese food dishes which are just delicious.

CommentsWhere: 28, Main Market, Lodhi Colony, New Delhi
When: 1st - 10th October 2016
Timings: All day long
Cost per person: Rs 750
 
rice pape

These delicious dishes specially available for Navratri season are surely going to make your taste buds ask for more. With so many options to choose from, go ahead and celebrate the festival with great food. Happy Navratri to all.

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