Bukhara
ITC Maurya, New Delhi

28/30
Critic Rating
Rs 5000 for two
This price is indicative and exclusive of taxes
North Indian
Today, 12:30 PM to 02:45 PM, 07:00 PM to 11:45 PM
ITC Maurya, Diplomatic Enclave, Sardar Patel Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
7861004444

INSIDER TIPS

  • Ask for the Chicken Khurchan, the secret dish that is not on the menu but available to regulars
  • Bukhara is unwilling to accept reservations after 9 pm, so go early to be sure of securing a table
  • If you like rice, go elsewhere. Bukhara prides itself on not having served a single grain of rice since 1978

Vir's Verdict

28 /30

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.

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User Reviews on Bukhara , ITC Maurya, New Delhi


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kirtan777
Posted on : 20 Aug, 2017
Awesome Taste

This restaurant serves fresh and mouth watering recipes and all at a very reasonable rate, so it is a must visit for all travellers as well as local people.


Stephanie B
Posted on : 19 Aug, 2017
Must Stop in Delhi

What fun it is visiting this iconic restaurant, which doesn't offer silverware, but does offer incredible tandoor kebabs grilled in an open kitchen. The small stools you sit on would be difficult for larger diners, but they've been there for 35 years, and add to the mystique of this award winning restaurant. The portions are very large, so be careful not to over order....or better yet, take some friends and share. The lamb shank is to die for!


Feet-to-pavement
Posted on : 18 Aug, 2017
Superb

A visit to Bukhara is an absolute must! The food is incredible and staff are fantastic. I dream of the dal bukhara which was so creamy and delicious. The saag was also incredible. Although expensive, the food was absolutely worth it. Reservations are a must as this is extremely popular with locals and tourists. I will definitely be back on my next visit to Delhi.


mohit b
Posted on : 17 Aug, 2017
Birth celebration

Very nice ambience sitting n decor n all time favourite place mostly I celebrate my birthday here with childhood frind tht time I remember we order tandoori gobhi dal bukhara a big family size naan n desert too n after tht cake given us complimentary chocolate cake awesome yummy too


Vijay K
Posted on : 13 Aug, 2017
Birthday day Celebration and Re-union

After 11 long years, I finally had lunch at Bukhara. Occasion my younger brother's belated Birthday celebration. Food was awesome and the desserts mouth watering. Dal Bukhara the best numero uno Dal Makhani. Moved by the surprise given by restaurant staff, nice Chocolate cake. Veg Meal for 4 people with mix of soft and hard drinks including taxes INR12000. Please book table in advance.


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About Bukhara , ITC Maurya, New Delhi

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.

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