Hello, Delhi peeps! Now that the string of festivals has come to end, are you ready to explore the city again? The vibrant capital city of India has numerous restaurants, bars and clubs, and new ones keep popping up to offer a different experience. We have seen a number of restaurants and resto-bars opening their doors recently. If you are looking for a good meal with nice ambience in an all-new setting amid the company of your loved ones, refer this list we have put together for you. Check out what all new restaurants have opened in your area.
New Restaurants To Visit in November 2022:
Is your idea of chilling is grabbing some freshly-brewed beer and listening to groovy music while munching on comforting food, then Effingut Bewpub in Saket is where you should be heading to. Don't forget to try their nachos and pizzas for a satiating meal.
What: Effingut Brewpub
Where: Ground Floor, GF 10, MGF Metropolitan Mall, Saket, New Delhi
Cost: 1,000 for two people (approx.) with alcohol
Noche, Netaji Nagar
The latest addition to One Golden Mile compound, Noche offers a never-seen-before Latin experience to Delhiites. The menu reinvents Indian flavours with Latin influences. The food here offers a unique yet familiar gastronomic journey. Do try their Chicken, Beans & Guac nachos, Barcelona Shrimp & Garlic, tacos and the mind-blowing desserts.
Where: One Golden Mile, Block A, Netaji Nagar, New Delhi
When: 12noon - 1am
Cost: INR 2,500 for two people (approx.) without alcohol
Chicken Mexically, Noche
Fig At Malcha, Malcha Marg
Fig at Malcha brings a whole new cafe experience with its spacious outlet. The 'conscious cafe' allows us to indulge guilt-free with its healthful offerings. Chicken Won Ton Soup, Prawns Ceviche, Salmon Carpaccio and Burnt Cheesecake are some of the must-try dishes here.
What: Fig At Malcha
Where: Fig Address: 3/48, Malcha Marg, Market, Dharam Marg, Block C, Diplomatic Enclave, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
If you are a fan of south Indian food, then you must check out the new outpost of Thalaivar in GK-2. You'll get to experience south Indian food like never before. From chicken 65 and prawn roast to biryanis and chocolate dosa, you'll get plenty of good options to pick from.
Madam Chutney, GK-2
Our loves for Indian street food will never wear out. Madam Chutney just rekindles our love for desi food with its own take. Street food presented in contemporary style will win your heart. Do try their Amritsari Chur Chur Naan and Khasta Kachori.
What: Madam Chutney
Where - M-20, First Floor, M Block Market, Greater Kailash 2 (GK 2), New Delhi
When - 11am - 10:30 pm
Cost: INR 1000 for two (approx.)
Spread over a sprawling 2,500 square feet space in One Horizon Centre, Gurugram, BewDog offers over 24 Scottish Craft beer paired with good food. Truffle Cheese Fries, Kaung Pao Paneer and pizzas are must-try dishes.
Where: T1-104 Plaza Level, One Horizon Center, DLF city phase V, Gurugram India - 122002
When: 12 pm to 1 am
Cost for two: Rs. 1,200/- for two (approx.)
The Yellow Chilli, Preet Vihar
An Indian fine dining restaurant by Sanjeev Kapoor, The Yellow Chilli has opened doors in Preet Vihar recently. Eye-catching teal coloured walls, elements of royal architecture characterise the decor. You can now try the signature dishes by the celebrity chef like Amritsari macchi, Dum Gosht Biryani, Shaam Savera and more.
What: The Yellow Chili by Sanjeev Kapoor
Where: GF C-57, Preet Vihar, New Delhi
When: 12 noon - 12 midnight
Cost for two: Rs. 1,600/- for two (approx.)
The Weekend Wine And More
From connoisseurs and aficionados to those simply looking for a good time with loved ones, all will be welcome to purchase the bottle(s) of their choice and make their way to the restaurant & bar, where they can pamper their taste buds with a menu curated by an in- house michelin-trained chef.
Visit these newly-opened restaurants and share your experience with us. If you want to recommend more restaurants to our readers, please share in the comments section.
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