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Visit New Delhi: Your Travel Guide

New Delhi is a crazed mosaic of diplomatic subdivisions, sprawling neighbourhoods and idyllic parkland. It’s a place where ancient temples clash with modern mega-malls and bazaars, where bombastic festivals fill the streets with light and music, and sizzling street food wafts at every turn.

Things to Do in New Delhi

Jantar Mantar
Moghul rulers had an insatiable thirst for astronomy. This classical observatory was built in the early 1700’s, commissioned by Sawai Jai Singh II, the Maharaja of Jaipur. Its thirteen sculptures are actually early scientific experiments, designed to measure the passing of time, the length of days and movement of stars. Take half an hour to investigate them for yourself.
Sansad Marg, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001
Open Monday-Sunday 08:00-18:00. Check website for details.
Jama Masjid
India’s largest mosque. It was built in the mid-1600’s by order of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. There’s a lot to admire here – it’s twin candy-striped minarets, and the arcades with intricately inscribed verses from the Koran. Don’t miss its collection of relics in the Dargah Asar Sharif building that belonged to the Prophet – a deerskin Koran, a sandals and remnants of hair.
Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, Delhi
Open Monday-Sunday 07:00-12:00 and 13:30-18:30
India Gate
Paris has the “Arc de Triomphe”. New Delhi has this – a massive arch that stands in tribute to India’s war-fallen. It commemorates the 70,000 Indian soldiers who died fighting for the British Army during WWI. Although it’s surrounded by parks, it’s best seen at night. The floodlights bathe the arch in preternatural light, a dramatic sight against the evening sky.
Rajpath, India Gate, New Delhi, Delhi 110001
Red Fort
History in vivid colour. Four hundred years ago, the fort was a tapestry of burnt crimson and white, typical of the late Mughal style. This was favoured palette of Emperor Shah Jahan, who commissioned the fort as his primary residence and to blockade against invaders. Painted a fiery red during the British Raj, it’s famed for its gateways, palace buildings and sublime sunsets.
Netaji Subhash Marg, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, Delhi 110006
Open Monday-Sunday 07:00-17:30
Purana Qila (old fort)
Timeworn, but a survivor. These red sandstone fortifications were built over five hundred years ago, during the reign of Sher Shah Suri. See the incredible blend of materials that went into creating the Qila-e-Kuhna Masjid Mosque, one of the highlights among the arches, domes and temples inside. Its melange of peppery reds and yellows are a sight to behold, especially at dusk.
Mathura Rd, New Delhi, Delhi 110003
Lodhi Gardens
A treat for those fascinated by India’s long-gone overlords. The gardens double as picnic spot and open-air museum scattered with mosques and tombs. Don’t miss the impressive Bad Gumbad, a palace and mosque stood right next to the other. The three-domed mosque, with high-vaulted ceilings with painstakingly inscribed Koranic texts, is a welcome respite from the city’s chaos.
Main Lodi Road, Beside India International Centre, New Delhi, Delhi - 110003
Open Monday-Sunday 06:00-19:30.
Nizamuddin Dargah
Thousands gather here daily to worship. Wedged between bustling markets and street-food stalls, this mausoleum contains the tomb of celebrated Sufi Saint Nizamuddin Auliya. Many come to tie red threads to the screens to wish for good luck, but there’s also another treat on Thursday nights – a concert of “qawwali” music, a Sufi style popularised by singer Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.
Khwaja Afzal Nizami Sajjada Nashin Dargah hzt Nizamuddin, Aulia (r.a) New Delhi
Open Monday-Sunday 05:30-22:30
Akshardham Temple
If you only see one temple complex in New Delhi, this should be it. The grounds are impressive – fourteen acres of manicured lawns scattered with bronze statues, musical fountains and quiet estuaries. Devotees trickle in and out of the temple complex and pay their respects to Lord Swaminarayan, but most come to sit and contemplate in harmonious surroundings.
Noida Mor, New Delhi, Delhi 110092
Open Tuesday-Sunday 09:30-18:30
Whatever your religious inclination, this lavish temple will inspire a sense of wellbeing. The statues and religious tableaux inside are dedicated to Lord Krishna. His followers walk the path to enlightenment as laid out in the Srimad Bhagvad Gita. The best time to visit is during “aarti”, when devotees sing melodious chants and dance to a euphonious rhythm.
Hare Krishna Hill, Raja Dhirsain Marg, Sant Nagar, East of Kailash, New Delhi, Delhi 110065
Open Monday-Friday 04:30-13:30 and 16:00-21:00
Lotus Temple
This temple in South Delhi is a feat of engineering genius. It took famed architect Fariborz Sahba ten years until 1986 to design and realise his vision – a lotus-shaped building that seems to float in concentric pools of water. Originally conceived as a place of worship for Bahá'í believers, it’s now open to all. Admire the building or meditate in quiet solitude.
Main Lodi Road, Beside India International Centre, New Delhi, Delhi - 110003
Open Tuesday-Sunday 09:00-17:30

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Traveler's Reviews & Photos

Love shopping at Kahn market. Close enough to do a day trip to Agra as well as Vrindivin. Great food around Delhi. Didn't like the scammers outside the hotels and I pointed them out each time I passed them.
Mandi De Silva
September 6, 2017
Very Good
Professional I was banker, n now I am in business so as per my recent tour started from Surat, Mumbai and Delhi to my country Nepal, I found that Delhi is one of prime location for my business I days ahead.
Sachin Chhetri
September 6, 2017
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A chaotic city and not in a good way like Mumbai is. After Agra and Jaipur it was mostly unpleasant, the nice parts being in the rich government part of town. Arriving at the train station was nothing short of terrifying especially for me but also for my husband.
Rett Perera
September 8, 2017
I visited India gate north and south block area is on temple Nehru Place area and other places .Enjoyed was also good.My son visa interview was good and fruitful pleasant stay at New Delhi.
Ambika prasad
September 13, 2017
Delhi is an amazing and vibrant place! Every sense is maxed out, so different, colourful, friendly and beautiful!
United Kingdom
September 9, 2017

Accommodations and Hotels in New Delhi

The LaLiT New Delhi

7.7 Good

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The Metropolitan Hotel & Spa New Delhi

7.8 Good

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The Leela Palace New Delhi

9.4 Wonderful

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The Claridges New Delhi

8.6 Excellent

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Le Méridien New Delhi

8.3 Very Good

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Hyatt Regency Delhi

8 Very Good

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Holiday Inn New Delhi International Airport

8.6 Excellent

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Taj Diplomatic Enclave,New Delhi (Formerly Taj Palace,New Delhi)

9 Wonderful

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The Park New Delhi

7.4 Good

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Discover New Delhi

Popular Neighborhoods in New Delhi


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Budget-savvy travellers flock to Paharganj. It’s known for its low-cost restaurants, dhabas and bars. It also holds some of the city’s best bargain shopping. Try the massive Main Bazaar, which sells glasswork, flowing clothes and oversized hoop earrings. Sams Café, just outside the bazaar, sells divine pita bread and hummus.

Karol bagh

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The famed Ajmal Khan Park and Jhandewalan temple attract many visitors to Karol barg. However, its shops generate the most buzz. Skip the furniture showrooms and try Gaffar Market for electronic gadgets, Meena Bazaar for clothes, or Ahujasons for luxurious pashminas. You’ll find street food like spicy golgappas and allo ki chaat at every turn.

Greater Kailash 1

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A very affluent area. Most of the action centres on the popular M and N Block Markets, just off Hans Raj Gupta Marg. They sell everything from designer goods to discount knock-offs. “GK’s” street vendors are known for their delicious “paan” – betel leaf with areca nut. For a sit-down dinner, try Shalom’s fusion of Arabian and Indian food.

Hauz Khas

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Once known for its lush Deer Park and vast medieval ruins, this quiet residential area has transformed into a creative hub. Start at the Hauz Khas Village, home to innovative start-ups, décor shops and eateries like Mia Bella that serve foreign cuisine with a North Indian Twist. Be sure to stick around after dark for Delhi’s best nightlife.

Connaught Place

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Connaught Place is known for its colonial-era heritage buildings, places of worship and mega-sized malls. Start at CP Mall, right next to Central Park. From here, walk along Janpath for discount shopping and the bustling Palika Bazar. For local flavour, check out the free communal kitchen at Bangla Sahib Gurudwara, a popular Sikh temple.


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Saket is an entertainment hot-spot. The best of its three mega-malls is Select City Walk, with a mix of brand-name shops like Tommy Hilfiger, Levis and Zara. There are also plenty of cinemas, sheesha cafés, mid-range restaurants and gymnasiums. Swim or play squash at the Saket DDA Sports Complex, then dine Mughal-style at Barbeque Nation.

Chandni Chowk

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One of Old Delhi’s most historic markets. It’s possibly the busiest in the city and a true feast for the senses: the sounds of people chatter, music blaring and rikshaws whooshing by, and curious aromas of street-food. Shop for fabrics at Meena Bazar, or try paratha (a type of fried flatbread) at the famous Paratha Wali Gali, located mid-street.

Vasant Vihar

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Vasant Vihar gives new meaning to “luxury”. One of the most expensive residential areas in the world, it’s decidedly upscale – homes occupied by celebrities, diplomats and big-wigs, framed by deciduous forest areas. Walk in the lush Biodiversity Park, swim or job in the Sanjay Van Forest Area, or play tennis at the Vasant Kunj Sports Complex.


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Despite being the city’s main diplomatic quarter, Chanakyapuri is known for its plethora of shopping areas and places to dine. Santushti Shopping Complex on Kemal Ataturk Rd has loads of boutiques – from musty antiques stores, handicrafts and earth-friendly toiletries. Head to Yashwant Place for a host of restaurants that serve non-vegetarian food.

Nehru Place

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Early adopter or late majority? Nehru Place Market is one of the biggest in India for those in search of electronics – computers, mobiles, televisions and more. It’s also known for its abundance of fabric shops, plus many places to eat. Get a bit of everything at Epicura Mall, then try the prawns at Oh! Calcutta at the International Trade Centre.

Local Tips for New Delhi

Old Delhi Rickshaw Tours
Shruti by Shruti

Trendy Shruti may seem softly spoken, but her love of clubbing reveals her inner party animal.

Don’t miss the chance to see the old city’s sights at a leisurely pace with an authentic rickshaw ride. Old Delhi tours take you from ornate palaces and elegant shrines to colourful bazaars, ending with delicious local cuisine in a historic Haveli mansion.

  • R-6, South Extention -2, New Delhi – 110049
  • Open Monday-Sunday 09:00-00:00
National Handicrafts and Handlooms Museum
Malvika by Malvika

A bookworm and keen traveller, Malvika is known for her dancing talent and counselling skills.

One of the largest museums of its kind in India, this is the place to see authentic regional textiles and crafts. As well as various galleries, it houses a lovely outdoor restaurant and a village complex where you can explore homes, courtyards and shrines from different Indian states.

Jungi House
Varun by Varun

Gentle and fun-loving, Varun enjoys shopping and is a wizard in the kitchen.

A hidden gem in South Delhi's Shahpur Jat district, this lane is lined with boutiques showcasing the best new-age Indian designers. As well as traditional clothing and high-end wedding wear, it’s a great place to pick up home accessories – try stores like 1600 AD, Kaira and NIkasha.

  • Dada Jungi House, Shahpur Jat, Siri Fort, Near Asiad Games Village Complex, New Delhi 110049
  • Open Monday-Friday 11:00-18:00
The Garden of Five Senses
Aditya by Aditya

Socialising comes naturally to easy-going Aditya, who’s also passionate about music and nature.

The Garden of Five Senses is more than just a park: its varied activities invite interaction, exploration and relaxation. Every single sector of society comes here to socialise, so it’s a great spot to soak up some local atmosphere. It also has several world-class open-air restaurants.

  • Said-ul-Ajaib, M.B. Road, South of Saket, New Delhi 110030
  • Open Monday-Sunday 09:00-19:00
India Habitat Centre Visual Art Gallery
Saurabh by Saurabh

Keen partygoer Saurabh loves to shop for clothes and shoes.

The India Habitat Centre has long been a platform for cultural activity and creativity, and its Visual Arts Gallery is no exception. This multi-genre art space has broken down many boundaries since opening in 2000, and offers everything from visual and digital art shows to expert seminars.

  • Lodhi Road, Near Airforce Bal Bharati School, Lodhi Colony, New Delhi 110003
  • Check website for details.
Rashtrapati Bhavan
Birendra by Birendra

Straightforward and friendly, sporty Birendra is a keen squash player.

Rashtrapati Bhavan is a vast mansion featuring breathtaking architecture and extensive gardens. Not only this, but as the home of the Indian president, it’s also the largest official residence of any head of state in the world. Well worth a visit!

Siri Fort Mini Golf Course
Vishab by Vishab

A simple guy at heart, Vishab loves to play cricket.

Part of the Siri Fort sports complex, this driving range and mini golf course is a great place to learn the basics or brush up on your golf skills. It has 26 practice bays as well as separate areas to work on your putting and chipping.

  • Siri Fort Jogging Track, Siri Fort, New Delhi 110049
  • Open Monday-Sunday 06:00-18:00
Sanjay Van
Manoj by Manoj

A passion for meeting new people and exploring new places makes Manoj a globetrotter.

Known as the city’s green lung, this sprawling forest is one of New Delhi’s few refuges for bird watchers and nature enthusiasts. It’s also said to be one of its most haunted spots – perhaps because of its numerous mausoleums or due to its proximity to the ancient ruins of Mehrauli.

  • Vasant Kunj, New Delhi 110070
  • Open Monday-Sunday 09:00-17:00
Old Delhi Spice Market
Mona by Mona

Effervescent Mona is a shopaholic who also loves to cook.

Just to the west of Chandni Chowk market in the heart of Old Delhi, you’ll find this fascinating spice market – said to be the largest in Asia. All the way along Khari Baoli Road, you’ll be immersed in a colourful array of all things spicy, as well as delicious dried fruits and nuts.

  • Khari Baoli, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi 110006
Dilli Haat – Handicraft Village
Ritika by Ritika

Ritika is an adventure-loving photographer and self-confessed selfie queen.

Calm, clean and organised, Dilli Haat provides a very different shopping experience from Chandni Chowk and the Spice Market. This open-air shopping centre is filled with vendors selling high quality Indian crafts in a friendly, safe environment. It’s a great place to shop for souvenirs!

  • Sri Aurobindo Marg, West Kidwai Nagar, Kidwai Nagar, New Delhi 110023
  • Open Monday-Sunday 11:00-21:00
Delhi Eye
Ansh by Ansh

Confident and smart, Ansh is a natural host who loves to lead events.

Part of Delhi Rides waterpark, this big wheel offers a bird’s-eye view of the city. Each air-conditioned cabin can carry up to six passengers, and during the leisurely 20-minute ride, you should be able to spot Akshardham Temple, Humayun's Tomb, Lotus Temple, Qutb Minar and the Red Fort.

  • Kalindi Kunj Park, Okhla, New Delhi 110025
  • Open Monday-Sunday 09:00-18:00
Lajpat Nagar
Vinod by Vinod

When he’s not watching his beloved Manchester United, Vinod can’t resist tucking into seafood.

This South Delhi district is famous for shops and food to suit all tastes, ranging from markets and street snacks to brand-name boutiques and gourmet restaurants. Sample biryani, aloo tikki and egg rolls in Amar Colony market, or head to Hunger Strike for amazing Tandoori momo dumplings.

  • Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi
  • Open Monday-Sunday 11:30-23:30
Safdarjung Development Area
Madhan by Madhan

Health-conscious Madhan likes to keep fit by jogging.

Fondly known as SDA, this small marketplace is hugely popular with students from the neighbouring IIT and JNU university campuses. It’s filled with great places to eat, drink and hang out – think affordable beer, quick pub grub and a youthful, laid-back atmosphere.

  • Safdarjung Development Area
  • Open Monday-Sunday 10:30-23:00
Khan Market
Divya by Divya

Nobody understands New Delhi better than fun-loving Divya, a local girl born and bred.

Located right in the heart of the city, Khan Market is a posh New Delhi market that’s considered the priciest retail location in the country. It boasts a number of pubs and restaurants that are a trendy retreat for locals and foreign visitors alike.

  • Khan Market Rd, Khan Market, Rabindra Nagar Khan Market, Rabindra Nagar New Delhi, Delhi 110003
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Recommended in New Delhi

Travel agents are very tricky in New Delhi especially those pretending "Ministry of Tourism office" or "Gov tourism office"; they are not, they are just using the name. Check their business card and email contact before accepting any deal! Compare prices with more than one agency, still they are a net! Compare final proposal with a new proposal from the hotel your are staying in and you will see the difference! Ask for a detailed bill describing the cost of each service separately;-)

Definitely - Lajpat Nagar, Haus Khaz, Dilli Haat and Janpath are great places to pick up all sorts of little trinkets, cheaper clothes and home accessories - just be prepared to bargain. Haus Khaz is pricier but full of one-off shops and cafes, a nice place just to sit and drink coffee!

Street Food is Amazing and should be tried to appreciate it. Five Star Hotel Food is overpriced and comes no where near in authancity to the Street Food and Little Cafes serving fresh excellent cuisine.

Start from half of the price that you was told pretend not to be intrested in the goods and act as if you will leave the shop, the man will call you back and finish the deal at your price asked travelers...

Why do you recommend New Delhi for food?

Discovered the Parsi Mumbai type cuisine at Sodabottleopenerwala's in Khan market; did a fantastic street food tour; had many other great meals at restaurants whose names I've lost

Lots of options. Don't go on Sunday - too crazy busy with too many people


They relate the history of the country.

Qutb Minar Humayun's Tomb


New Delhi Transportation

Air - Indira Gandhi International Airport

When taking a taxi from Indira Gandhi Airport, choose a well-marked vehicle from an established company. The drive should cost INR 400–500 and take 30–40 minutes (more at rush hour). The metro also connects to the centre within 25 minutes for INR 100–120. Tickets are available in the station or from machines in Arrivals. Buses serve the airport every 15 minutes: fares range from INR 50–100 and journey time is around 45 minutes. Only red buses are air conditioned.


Delhi’s fast, efficient metro system is the easiest way to get around the city. All metro stations have a ticket counter where you can choose from single journey tokens (valid for 2.5 hours) or smartcards (suitable for multiple journeys). Fares range from INR 8–42, depending on how far you’re going. You can also buy an unlimited 1-day pass for INR 150 or a 3-day pass for INR 300. All trains have a women-only carriage and reserved seats for ladies in each carriage.


India’s well-organised rail network connects New Delhi with the whole of India, including Jaipur, Amritsar and a new bullet train to Agra. The city’s main stations are New Delhi, Old Delhi and Nizammudin, all 3 offering ticket sales, ATMs and food courts. Tickets can also be bought online: regular tickets are sold up to 90 days before departure, while last-minute sales start within 2 days of departure. Ticket classes run from unreserved up to first-class luxury.

  • Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation

New Delhi’s DTC bus network isn’t as efficient as the metro, but can still be useful to get around. Timetables vary, with most lines running from about 05:30–22:30. Bus stops are green and signs are usually in English and Hindi. Tickets are sold by on-board conductors – just tell the conductor where you want to get off. Prices range from around INR 5 to INR 15 each way, depending on journey length. Buses get very crowded, so keep a close eye on your belongings.


Car travel is a popular way to move around the city, though traffic congestion and less than optimal signage can prove challenging for visitors. If you do decide to drive, be aware that traffic is extremely heavy at peak hours (08:30–10:30 and 17:30–20:00). Private parking is available near key landmarks and in business districts: expect to pay around INR 20–50 per hour, depending on location. Shopping centres also offer private parking but it’s much more expensive.

Auto Rickshaw

Auto rickshaws, cycle rickshaws and e-rickshaws are a handy way to move around the city. These 3-wheeled vehicles can be hired privately or you can share the ride – and the cost – with other commuters. Auto rickshaws and e-rickshaws can carry 3 passengers, while cycle rickshaws can take just 2. Prices are metered and start at INR 25: make sure your driver uses the meter. Female travellers are advised to keep the women’s helpline number (1091) to hand at night.

Food in New Delhi

Top Restaurants in New Delhi

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Caffe Tonino
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Chew - Pan Asian Cafe
  • First Floor, M16, Outer Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi 110001
  • Open Monday-Thursday 12:30-23:30, Friday-Sunday 12:30-00:00
  • 0091 11 33105491
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Wenger's Deli
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The Town House Cafe
  • Munshilal Building, N Block, Outer Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi 110001
  • Open Monday-Sunday 11:00-00:00
  • 0091 11 33105216
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South African
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The Great Kabab Factory - Radisson Blu Marina
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Fifty9 - Radisson Blu Marina
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Saravana Bhavan
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Kathmandu Cafe
  • 1075, Main Road, Paharganj, New Delhi 110055
  • Open Monday-Sunday 10:00-23:00
  • 0091 9899247552
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Pradeep Corner
  • Multani Dhanda, Paharganj, New Delhi 110055
  • Open Monday-Sunday 09:30-22:30
  • 0091 9868752476
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The Spice Route - The Imperial
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San Gimignano - The Imperial
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Kitchen Cafe Rooftop Restaurant
  • Hotel Shelton, 5043, Main Bazar, Paharganj, New Delhi 110055
  • Open every day
  • 0091 11 41824386
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Maa Bhagwati
  • 3504, Dariba Pan, Paharganj, New Delhi 110055
  • Open Monday-Sunday 10:00-23:00
  • 0091 9868805550
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The Shim Tur
  • 3 F, Navrang Guest House, Tooti Galli, Main Bazaar, Paharganj, New Delhi 110055
  • Open Monday-Sunday 10:00-23:00
  • 0091 9810386717
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My Bar & Restaurant
  • 5136, Main Bazaar, Near Rama Krishna Ashram Metro Station, Paharganj, New Delhi 110055
  • Open Monday-Sunday 11:00-23:00
  • 0091 9810410411
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Sita Ram Diwan Chand
  • 2246, Chuna Mandi, Paharganj, New Delhi 110055
  • Open Monday-Sunday 08:00-18:00
  • 0091 11 23587380
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White House Restro Bar
  • Hotel Star View, 5136/1, Main Bazaar, Paharganj, New Delhi 110055
  • Open Monday-Sunday 11:00-23:30
  • 0091 11 45796125
Upscale Dining
Tamra - Shangri - La's Eros Hotel
  • Shangri-La's Eros Hotel, 19, Ashoka Road, Connaught Place, New Delhi
  • Open every day
  • 0091 11 33106422
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Shakahari Restaurant
  • 3624/9, Chawri Bazar, New Delhi 110006
  • Open Monday-Thursday 12:30-16:00 and 19:00-00:00, Friday-Sunday 12:30-16:00 and 19:00-00:00
  • 0091 11 23261841
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  • 9003, Chowk Multani Dhanda, Paharganj, New Delhi 110055
  • Open Monday-Sunday 10:00-23:00
  • 0091 9999661413
Mid-Range Fare
  • 6, Gali Kababian, Jama Masjid, New Delhi 110006
  • Open Monday-Sunday 11:00-23:30
  • 0091 11 23264981
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