Delhi, the imperial capital for many dynasties, has drawn talent in diverse fields to seek their fortune here. The result was the city became a unique merger of multi cultures and cuisines. Its cuisine incorporated the best of Hindu-Rajput, Bania and Kayasthaas well as the Tusrkish, Afghani, Persian and Mughal influences. The interest of Mughal was so deep in their food that today Mughal cuisine is synonymous to the Indian cuisine.
Delhi has been home to almost every culture and every religion from all over the country due to which the city has a diverse cuisine with an extensive variety of food, from all over the country and almost all over the world.
The famous Chandni Chowk (Moonlit Square) market built in 1638 by Shahjahan and designed by his daughter Jahanara is still today India’s one of the largest wholesale markets. Dry fruits, spices, herbs, flowers, jewellers, shoes, papers, spicy food, traditional sweets and many more.
Vasant Vihar is an exclusive neighborhood located in the South West Delhi district of National Capital Territory of Delhi.
Greater Kailash is a residential area in South Delhi, comprising several neighborhoods and multiple markets. It is home to some of the most affluent families in Delhi.
Enjoy some authentic Italian food in Little Italy or Flavours of Italy near the Moolchand flyover. Go shopping at the most expensive market of Asia, the Khan Market where you can also visit McDonald’s, Pizza Hut and Subway and then visit Vasant Vihar, for more shopping and some of the best and high class restaurants with a wide variety of food.
Have a heavy Mughlai lunch at Karim’s in Nizammudin which is famous for its mouth-watering specialities like kebabs, korma and roomali roti. Need not to worry if you are a vegetarian because Chandni Chowk is a hub of pure vegetarian restaurants and hotels. Enjoy the evening with jalebis of the old and famous Jalebiwala.
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