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This may be the world’s most famous Indian restaurant; it certainly is among Delhi’s most expensive. Such celebrities as Bill Clinton and Bruce Springsteen have come here not just for the kababs but for the raan (a tandoori leg of lamb), the dairy-rich Dal Bukhara, and tandoori chicken made as it should be, from small, free-range birds and with no food colour. The kabab-heavy menu has remained largely unchanged since 1978 as has the decor. Not very comfortable seating guarantees that you will not linger over your meal so they can sell your table again. No cutlery is offered, only an apron is provided and guests are encouraged to tear the naans and hunks of tandoori mutton apart with their bare hands. Vegetarians get paneer, aloo and gobhi, but this is a meat lover’s haunt.
I found the famous Daal Bukhara very average. And firni was also kind of okay. I still wonder if it’s all just hype ...
I really loved this place, the food was amazing, very traditional, the place is cozy and the service was really good too.
We really wanted to try Bukhara. I emailed the hotel several months in advance. I’m glad I did because it was packed. That being said despite having our email confirmation the hostess was a bit off putting at first. She claimed at first we didn’t have a reservation. Then I showed her the confirmation and she responded that well, you’re more than 15mins late. We weren’t and in any event had been waiting 5 mins in line to speak with her and check-in. After pointing that out we were sat in the bar and shortly thereafter given our table. The waiter suggested our order. A fish, a chicken, naan, raita, and their famous daal. It was a lot but a good order. The food was very good, except for the daal, which surprisingly was a bit bland. The tandoori was perfectly cooked. We enjoyed it. Their bread was excellent as well as the raita. Overall a great place. Not cheap but popular for a reason.
As an Indian and delhitie I would say i had daal makhani better then bhukara at some places. Then again it's for an experience and I believe for world to get familiarized with indian food. One must visit once on a special occasion
Really enjoyed our whole experience here at this famous old establishment. The food, atmosphere and service were fantastic.
Bukhara, a high-end fine dining restaurant is located in the impressive environs of plush ITC Maurya, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, It is ensconced in one of the most prestigious hotels and offers a lavish spread of Mughlai Food. The captivating restaurant offers a creative blend of the rustic and the modern North Indian cuisine. An endless array of Indian Barbeque delicacies served here makes this place truly special. The place has an extravagant ambience and is ideal for both lunch and dinner. The plates and the cutlery exceptionally good and royal Bukhara has a stylish aura and reflects the modernity and glamorous style of the Indian royalty. Open from 12:30 PM to 2:45 PM and, 7 PM to 11:45 PM, a meal for two costs INR 6500. You can enjoy pint of beer for INR 325.
The celebrated restaurant serves authentic Mughlai food namely Murgh Tan doori. Tandoori Guchchi, sumptuous Mutton Biryani, Chaamp Taajdar (muttonchops braised and grilled), authentic Butter Chicken and Daal are yummy. Malai tikka and Raarhya Meat served with crisp Rotis and Ulta Tawa parathas "sarson da saag" and "makki di roti” are delectable. Dal Bukhara and the Tandoori Naan, kastoori kebab, reshmi kebab are worth trying The menu also includes exotic Tandoori Pomphretand burrah kebab. The earthy aroma and flavour of food is gorgeous The quality of food is superb and dishes are cooked in the way that they gain orginal flavours. A gamut of lipsmacking desserts such as Gulab Jamun, rasmalai, phirni is awesum.
Efficient service and an ever smiling staff will go an extra mile to keep you comfortable. An evening in the Bukhara in posh ITC Maurya with your family and friends leaves you elated. It is better to get your reservation done in advance as the place is usually booked in prior.
Bukhara is a name that has become synonymous to North Indian cuisine in Delhi. Famous amongst the gastronomy circle for being an iconic restaurant, Bukhara is a must visit for any foodie. Their Dal Bukhara is a dish ordered by practically every diner that comes to the restaurant and is the dish responsible for giving Bukhara its legendary status. Treat your date to this sensational delicacy for a Special Occasion to make his/her evening even more memorable. Bukhara is part of ITC Maurya in Chanakyapuri, New Delhi. Book a table ahead, they don’t take reservations after 9 pm.