Best Vintage Restaurants in Delhi to Have an Ultimate Foodie Weekend

Posted by IamAsnhi on January 21st, 2019

There is a saying that wine, books, friends and coins get better with age. However, another thing that should be added in the line if the magical word ‘skill'; for a skill that is mastered and honed over the years will become one of its kinds and will make the owner of the skill a maestro. This is why we are presenting before you, a list of the best vintage restaurants in Delhi that have chefs and staff, the skills of which has stood the test of time and made it possible to have a timeless bite of heaven right into your mouths; every time you visit. So, gear up for the most delectable line-up of the top vintage restaurants in Delhi that can offer you a place to enjoy the ultimate foodie weekend. Make that is an outing with your friends and family and have the best time of your life enjoying the best food. For all the regular days though, you have the Freshmenu coupon code to enjoy delicacies at any time of the day.

#1 – Karim's:

Located in the Gali Kababian, Old Delhi, the Karim's is one of those places that offer endless tasty food items, especially for the non-vegetarians. Established in 1913, Kareem's is a vintage restaurant that comes with a royal history. It was started by the Royal Chef of the last Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar. Since then, the place has come a long way with the third generation of the Royal Chef currently dealing with the business and still serving the delectable and mouth-watering Naans and Nihari that still imbibe the taste of the era. The other must-have Mughlai delicacies that are served at the Kareem's comprise Tandoori Bakra, Kababs, Paya, Mutton Biryani, Badam Pasanda, Makhani Murga and Sheermal Naan.

#2 – Paranthe Wali Gali:

Situated amidst the jam-packed and tight alleys of the most famous shopping hub of Delhi, the Chandni Chowk, the Paranthe Wali Gali is one of the most famous hangout spots of all the food lovers. Earlier called as Dareeba Khurd, the dingy and tight alleys were hopeless when a Brahmin Family from Gwalior started a business that has continued till now and let everybody enjoy one of the best paranthas of their life. Previously, there were only 10 to 12 types of parantha shops that were all under the management of a single family. Now, the business has diversified. As soon as you enter the alley, you will loom into a world of food ecstasy with this fragrant and rich smelling aroma of Spices being cooked in Desi Ghee. There are around 20 shops that have an almost similar menu. However, if you want to have the best parathas then you should be visiting:

  • Pandit Kanhaiya Lal Durga Prasad Dikshit since 1875
  • Pandit Gaya Prasad Shivcharan since 1880
  • Pandit Babu Ram Devi Dayal Paranthewale

The best types of paranthas to try out are gobi parantha, mix veg parantha, aloo parantha, rabri parantha, gajar parantha, dal Aloo special parantha and Papad parantha.

#3 – Roshan di Kulfi:

Located on the Ajmal Khan Rd, Beadonpura, Karol Bagh this place has been bringing solace to the parched throats and ice-cream urges since ages now. It is one of the must-visit places after having the rich and heavy paranthas at the Paranthe Wali Gali. It is one of the most famous vintage restaurants in Delhi that are known for their Kulfi and Falooda. Therefore, if you are making any Sunday plans for an outing with friends or family then you must pay a visit to this legendary Kulfi destination and enjoy one of the best Kesar Kulfi with Plain Falooda of your life. Get discounts on the delicious menu from Freshmenu.

#4 – Indian Coffee House:

Indian coffee house was established under the Indian Coffee Workers Cooperative Society in the year of 1957 at the theatre communication building. The place has been serving some of the best coffees in the whole of Delhi since past 55 years and offers an unsurpassable ambience to each visitor. The best thing about this place is the quirky combination of coffee and pakoras served on the vintage furniture by staff dressed in whites and wearing Nehru caps. Everything about the place sends you back into the ages.

#5 – Moti Mahal:

The Moti Mahal restaurant was established in 1947 and is known to be the first restaurant in India to introduce Tandoori cuisine; the butter chicken and tandoori chicken in India. The restaurant itself is located at one of the most ancient parts of the capital – Daryaganj and has served to some of the most notable personalities from across the whole world. It has been visited by John F Kennedy, Maulana Azad, Shah of Iran, Richard Nixon, Jawahar Lal Nehru and Indira Gandhi. One of the most recent and modern elite visitors of Moti Mahal was Chef Gordon Ramsay.

Well, the list of the top vintage restaurants in Delhi that you can crash this weekend is over; and for the weekdays, you can always opt for the Freshmenu Offers to enjoy delectable meals at any time of the day at exciting prizes

Link To Directory
Top Searches - Trending Searches - New Articles - Top Articles - Trending Articles - Featured Articles - Top Members

Copyright 2020
709,241 total articles and counting.