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If you want to relive the heritage of the capital city of India and do it through food, then Lakhori is the perfect place for it. Not just a haveli, it is reminiscent of the old architecture and buildings of the ancient times. The décor of the restaurant is done tastefully with an ethnic Indian theme. The menu is carefully curated to give the diners an unforgettable culinary experience. Not only with food, but they intend you enhance your experience with several entertainment activities, like the Tabla Sarangi on Tuesdays and Thursday. You can experience Kabootarbaazi along with a hearty breakfast and also enjoy Kite Flying during High Tea from 04:00 pm to 06:00 pm. They host special events so check on them before visiting
This restaurant is located in Haveli Dharampura and has a courtyard as well as indoor restaurant. Prefect place if you wish to enjoy walled old city of Delhi. This heritage hotel and restaurant are at a walking distance to iconic landmarks like Red Fort and Jama Masjid. Food is good but the ambience and setting is excellent. Prefect place to have a relaxed evening with family. They serve mughlai food with typical indian street side appetizers.
My friend and I stood twice in the beautifull hotel and also had twice a delicios dinner at the restaurant. We liked to sit in the courtyard, although the restaurant inside is very nicely furnished. The service also was excellent.
We were challenged to find this out of the way haveli. Up several laneways through which you can only walk, and up a few steps, you enter into an almost magical peaceful courtyard. After a beer and a salted lime soda [they are so refreshing], we settled on the chef's tasting menu, a vegetarian and a meat option. Starting off with pani puri and going on to a variety of street foods and more formal Indian dishes and ending-up with a truly faint-making gulab jamun, we were so pleased we persisted in finding this restaurant. And, who could forget the smiling, helpful and charming staff.
We have enjoyed three evening meals while staying at the Haveli Dharampura and never disappointed. A good selection of meat and vegetarian dishes, the taster menu in particular was an ideal choice for a long leisurely meal. Congratulations to the chef on his balance of flavours and spices. The service at dinner and breakfast was outstanding, attentive and friendly, demonstrating a high level of restaurent management. Unique setting, with added pleasure of Indian music and Kathak dancing. Strongly recommend for those staying in the hotel and to all visitors to the city.
My wife and I visited this restaurant on a quiet Monday evening and found the service non existent. We were taken to our table and waited twenty minutes for someone to come over (though Manager, Mr. Rohit was ignorant and showing himself busy) and take our order which I found strange considering how quite it was. My wife and I finally got our order taken, the drinks and starters arrived and were cleared in Poor Manner and left with no cutlery to eat our mains. After ten minutes with our food getting cold and with no one looking after us I got up and asked a server for cutlery and started to eat our meals which were cold. No one called back to check how the meal was but we both noticed the servers chatting with the bar staff which we both said was unacceptable. Finally our plates were cleared. The manger was busy and ignorant. I was thinking of booking a table for the missus birthday here but I will go elsewhere after this experience. Not so much table service but self service which was strange but never mind.
How many times have you gazed at the old Indian movies fondly wondering how the other half lived? The beautiful havelis cast in a lovely golden haze of the setting sun and every morning starting with the throaty chuckle of pigeons. We have found just the place for you where time stands by. Experience the grandeur of royal era through this beautiful heritage restaurant set in an old haveli and relive those times by dining in its ancient rooms with the backdrop of Jama Masjid. If you like what you hear then make way for ‘Lakhori’. Couples looking for a romantic stunning backdrop will fall in love with Lakhori. The restaurant is set in a beautiful old Haveli Dharampura, Near Jama Masjid, Chandini Chowk, New Delhi and captures the true ancient spirit of Purani Dilli.
Relive the heritage of Old Delhi through Lakhori’s spectacular food. Their menu is the reflection of their location, Chandini Chowk and captures its essence in its food. On one hand they serve mouth-watering street food, for which Chandini Chowk has become synonymous with and on the other you get spicy rich Mughlai food available on every street around Jama Masjid. Lakhori is like a bridge between two worlds. Have a Panchratana, a delicious house concoction made out of vodka, rum, gin, triple sec, tequila, lime juice and cranberry juice. Nibble alongside on, lehsuni namkeen kebab, murg zard gilafi, chapali kebab, palak patta chat, dahi ki aranchini and karare murg ki kathi. For main course Lakhori serves, matia mahal rarha gosht, paneer cannelloni with lasooni palak, hauz kazi fish masala, mushroom makhana, kathal ki biryani, achari subzion ki fettuccini and purani Delhi ki paneer tokri.
Wipe off the curries with a piece of khurmi naan, dum ki murgh biryani, mirchi parantha, Awadhi subz biryani, lahsooni naan, paneer kulcha and khajoor naan. No trip to Old Delhi is complete without some sinful desi desserts. Polish off, coconut malai, kulfi gali anar, aloo paan ka zarda, dariba phirni and mango kulfi with falooda. With mesmerizing traditional kathak performance Lakhori keeps its diners entertained. Check for their special events before dropping in. Lakhori is expensive but sensational. Best time to visit Lakhori is in the evenings when the entire haveli lights up strikingly. Sit in their terrace area from where you could admire a breath-taking view of Jama Masjid.