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Chappan Bhog Multi Cuisine Restaurant. Indus Express. Moderately Priced. Kamats Restaurant. Charmi Restaurant. Drink N Dine. Sort by:. You are zoomed out too far to see location pins. Please zoom back in. Bar Asian Pub. Govinda Multi Cuisine Restaurant. Hotel Tirth. Virgo Inn Restaurant. Hotel Yamuna. The all white-and-brown decor of Indus Express, along with the high ceiling, and wall curvatures lend it a palatial look. But the sophisticated and elegant look is the secondary attraction here, the primary being its rich Punjabi fare. The test of Punjabi delicacies for any restaurant begins with the classic butter chicken , a dish which is perfected here.
With a rich and creamy gravy and tender pieces of chicken, the restaurant scores high on this test. Although, the restaurant also serves Thai dishes, it is famous for its Chinese fare. With a peaceful ambience and affordable prices, the place is a popular haunt for desi Chinese lovers in Dwarka.
If you must try Thai food, then stick to the Green Thai Curry. Taste the subtle flavours of Mangalorean delicacies here Photo Courtesy Of: Sagar Ratna. Sagar Ratna has a lot of branches spread all across the city, but at each outlet the idlis are soft and fluffy and the dosas are crisp. As the restaurant is known for its Kannada offerings, the use of dried coconut and chillies is evident in their food.
Taste the subtle flavours of Mangalorean delicacies here, served with quick-paced service and available at affordable prices. Try their uttapams and upmas for a light snack, and thalis for a hearty and inexpensive meal. Their cloud-like, fluffy dhoklas are heavenly and their papdi chaat offers the perfect balance of sweet and tangy flavours.
Relish luscious home-made ice creams and chocolates at Caramel Photo Courtesy Of: The interiors of this bakery-cum-cafe offer a luxurious vibe.
Map updates are paused. Walk in through our doors to a whole new and delicious world of wholesome meals. The cafe also features a small mocktail bar. As is clear from their name, the restaurant serves Indian-style Chinese food, that is both high on spice and taste. Latest Articles.
As is clear by the name, they are known for their aromatic coffee and baked bread. The salads and healthful sandwiches too are laudable. They also have a special section for home-made ice creams that are hard to resist.
This cozy cafe-cum-restaurant has transformed into a fine Italian outlet, but Dwarka patrons also come here to munch on Indian snacks and Chinese quick bites. The decor of the cafe is minimal, with the exception of kitschy posters on the wall.
The cafe also features a small mocktail bar. Their Non-Veg Platter comes in generous portions, and the pizzas and pastas are quite delectable. What to have: Chai, coffee, biscuit and a million possibilities Photo Courtesy Of: Chai Coffee Biscuit. Balcony seating, colourful interiors, quirky posters and funky stickers lend Chai Coffee Biscuit a bohemian look. The glassed facade, velvet settees and a small bar preserve the modernity of the place, creating a balanced fusion between the two elements. Its affordable menu, that features quick snacks and lip-smacking beverages, makes the cafe a hot spot for college students in Dwarka.
Their nachos and fries make for perfect evening snacks to go down with your drinks. Behrouz Biryani. Drawing inspiration from the flavours of the erstwhile Persian city named Behrouz, this online biryani outlet dishes out aromatic biryanis, infused with distinct regional flavours from Awadh. The folks at Behrouz use high quality rice, fresh meat and rich spices for their biryani. Each helping is accompanied with salan and raita and can be ordered by plate, or kilo. The delivery is quick and each box is tightly packed.
Happy Hakka. Bringing fresh flavours of the Orient to your doorstep, Happy Hakka is a boon for high-maintenance foodies who like their food cooked specifically. The restaurant serves highly standardised Pan-Asian cuisine, that is cooked with minimum oil, and is replete with exotic vegetables, making it the right choice for health-conscious eaters. The menu is packed with 50 varieties of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes from all across Asia.
All the items are cooked fresh and packed in microwavable packages. Chinese Mirchi. Chinese Mirchi is the quintessential neighbourhood takeaway joint where hungry college students, office goers and locals come to hog on palatable Indo-Chinese fare. As is clear from their name, the restaurant serves Indian-style Chinese food, that is both high on spice and taste. They also serve some succulent and crunchy prawns dishes as well as fish snacks. The combos here are sumptuous and well priced, but Spring Rolls, Hakka Noodles and Chilli Chicken remain their most popular dishes.