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Part cafe, part dainty drawing room, Latitude 28, run by the redoubtable Ritu Dalmia is perpetually crowded. It overflows at mealtimes because of the hearty snack/light meal formula that Dalmia does so effortlessly. It helps as the décor appears to be a stylish drawing room more than a conventional restaurant, though there are dining chairs as well as overstuffed sofas. The food may be marginally biased towards Italian but there are Middle Eastern and even a couple of home-style dishes on the menu, together with the trademark desserts.
Latitude ought to be called Altitude as it is at the top of a four-storey building which has no elevator. After a morning walking round the Khan market, the stairs are a killer if you are of a certain age, so be warned. However, there are compensations as, on every floor of this tall, narrow building, there are traditional Indian shops selling beautiful silks, as well as every variety of arts and crafts. The restaurant itself is the reward of reaching the summit: a simple but friendly room with delicious food served quickly. I had a mouth-wateringly good mushroom risotto and my wife ate a basil salad with apple and nuts. Our lunch for two with a couple of beers came to around 2,500 rupees, which was considerably less than we spent at the shops on our way up and way down. Definitely worth a visit, if you’re up to it.
Walk through the good earth store in khan market and climb up the stairs, you reach a small restaurant ‘Latitude 28’ the place is small and minimalistic. Food here is average as expected by Ritu. Fancy names but basic dishes.. and priced high.
This place won my heart from - the entrance through the Good Earth store staircase, the cute seating, the super cute furniture, the outside balcony and the amazing food options. Though I have only visited during non meal timmgs for coffee and dessert but I am sure of their taste, variety and presentation. I tried their winter menu and opted for the Aztec Hot Chocolate with a touch of cinnamon stick. Also tried the iced Americano. For desserts - I had the New York cheese cake (bang on point!) And their chocolate brownie. Both absolutely amazing!! Cheers 🍻
2nd floor above Khan Market. Akin to a mini stylish Liberty's or Heals style tea room... snacks, mains, deserts and a great range of hot brews. A great place to chill after shopping, people watch and listen to local life. Recommended.
A great meal this evening. Food was really fresh and flavours were perfect. Service was attentive. Very relaxed vibe. Really enjoyed this place and the menu had many tempting options for a veggie (veg sharing platters, cauliflower burger, quinoa salads, pasta, noodles etc) Would definitely return - the chilled atmosphere is wonderful to find in the heart of Delhi.
Khan market is one of the oldest food districts in Delhi. It used to be and still is very popular amongst the A-list crowd for trendy affluent gastronomy. This market is wrapped around by a wide road, with small by-lanes running in and out around the restaurants. Some small some large doorways marks the entrance to various hip restaurants discreetly like a hidden passage into another world, which in a way it is, a world of gastronomy. You will be pleased to see several well-known restaurants and pubs, part of this snazzy market, each holding its fort down with ease. Celebrity chef Ritu Dalmia too has forayed into the Khan Market lure by adding to its charms her very own take on casual eclectic food with â€˜Latitude 28â€™. From its good-looking perch on second floor, the restaurant overlooks a gorgeous slice of the market.
Italian food is what Chef Ritu Dalmia does best but at Latitude 28 she tries to stretch her comfort zone to include American and Continental cuisine as well. The restaurant is completely air-conditioned, so even on hot Delhi days one can sit in cool luxurious comfort. You will be surprised to know that Latitude 28 is completely affordable and its pocket-friendly element is one of its strong points. With a bottle of wine kick-start the menu by ordering, cheddar croquette, daikon salad, Vietnamese spring roll, bruschetta, warm goat cheese salad, winter corn soup, prawn & orange salad and skewered chicken. Main course showcases, linguine, sweet potato burger, sole curry, croque monsieur, grilled chicken, roasted pepper panini, spaghetti, pandi curry, gnocchi, Australian lamb chop, udon and plantain fried rice.
Combine a dessert wine to go with their final sweet course of strawberry cheesecake, plum & carrot cake, apricot cheesecake and chocolate cake. Take a coffee to go with it. Slip into their outdoor area if the weather allows, basking in the buzzing lively ambience of Khan Market. The management does a good job of decorating the space, making it more welcoming by adding peppy cheerful colours to the dÃ©cor. Walls are painted a nice shade of blue carrying the quirky Indian motifs. To sit they have added patterned brown sofas with multi-coloured cushions beckoning you to relax. A set of small chandeliers hanging from the ceiling does a lot to refine the space. The vibe here is eccentric, playful, cosy and stylish.