Why choose restaurants in Khan Market for dining?
SodaBottleOpenerWala - This Parsi speciality restaurant is known for its Mutton Berry Pulao
The Immigrant Café serves great food with pretty décor
The Civil House is imprinted with the signature of a celebrity chef
Enjoy all day breakfast and dessert straight out of a jar at Smoke House Deli
Mamagoto serves most lip-smacking East Asian and Oriental delights
Fulfill all your Pan-Asian cravings at Mr Choy
The Big Chill Café is an Italian restaurant with a menu that never, ever disappoints
Dine in with a stellar terrace seating area at the SideWok
Dash to Yum Yum Cha for delectable Japanese food
The Chatter House is perfect place for an early evening date
Check out more options to dIne at Khan Market
Set in the heart of South Delhi, Khan Market is every foodie and shopper's dream come true. It is one of the most preferred markets in Delhi to catch up with friends. Khan Market is packed with bars and restaurants to fill you with the much-needed zest as it has some of the best shopping and eating options in the city. It is a space where neon light shines upon cosy bars and restaurants. Hence, here are the must-try restaurants when you are in and around the Khan Market area.
The quirky Mumbai-style Iranian cafe comes to Delhi with SodaBottleOpenerWala. Built with affection and an aesthetic that would please both Freddie Mercury and Monty Python, this cafe with its old-world charm is a nostalgia trip. The food is quintessential Irani Cafe with Bun Maska, Parsi Bheeda Par Eeda - an egg preparation with lady fingers and the Kolmi Fry (fried prawns). The signature Parsi dish, Patra Ni Machi is a must-try. The dishes are well-priced keeping in view the modest pricing of the original Irani cafes. The Masala Pepsi is an interesting desi twist on the plain old cola.
The latest addition to the chill, cafe-type bars in Khan Market is Immigrant Cafe and it has got a relaxing ambience, an experimental menu and is perfect for when you want a place to catch up with your BFFs. Staying true to its name, the decor is full of experimental elements including industrial lights, multi-canvas world maps and wall installations made of pipes and empty whiskey bottles. The menu is full of familiar, desi dishes with a modern twist. The appetizer’s menu including Pindi Dounuts, Hummus Platter with Pita, Butter Chicken Samosa as well as the Sweet Greek Watermelon Salad. We recommend washing it all down with cold beers or cocktails like Margarita or Daiquiri.
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A blend of vintage and floral interiors rules this place. The wooden furniture and hanging lights make this place the perfect spot for a romantic coffee date. Espresso, Latte, Mocha – they have got it all. Try to look for a place in the balcony amidst the flower pots and the rustic beams for a movie-like ambience for your caffeinated escapades. The menu entries are built on the celebrity chef’s unrivalled experience and exposure in the world of gastronomy, with classic dishes like Milk Fed Baby Lamb Chops, Chef’s Chicken Burger as well as Fish and Chips with Tartar Sauce honed to perfection.
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Smoke House Deli in Khan Market is the second outlet of the branch in Delhi after its original in Connaught Place. The quaint vintage space lined with ink sketches on the plush white walls is a sight. Do try their extensive breakfast menu (available all through the day) containing the likes of cereals, granola chunks with honey, seasonal fruits, stuffed omelette, salmon and wasabi. The mains and appetizers do not disappoint either. Sautéed Tenderloin Lamb Stroganoff, Herb Crusted Lamb Chops, Pan Seared Salmon and House Spiced Smoked Chicken are a must-try.
One of the most sought-after Pan-Asian restaurants in town, Mamagoto packs some of the most lip-smacking East Asian and Oriental delights. The quirky ambience is a bonus. Mamagoto literally translates to playing with food in Japanese. This 'play' of flavours stand out in all the dishes offered by the restaurant. One must try their Thai Crispy Vegetables, Kungpao Chicken, Coal Fried Egg-Plant and Tempura Shrimp.
Mr Choy is a cosy cafe buzzing with a quirky birdcage, interesting lamps and paintings. With a menu showcasing an interesting range of bao, sushi and dumplings, Mr Choy is garnering quite some attention for its flavourful Oriental and Pan-Asian delicacies. One must try the Assorted Dim Sum Snack Bowl, Filipino and Chinese Style Thin Noodles with Black Bean Sauce, Belgian Pork Belly Bao in Barbeque Sauce, Pork Dumplings and more!
The Big Chill café serves food that is of absolutely fantastic quality. Italian restaurants come and go in Delhi, but this one is here to stay. The Chicken Pasta with Piri Piri Sauce is delicious and the Veggie Penne Primavera is to be relished as well. The Big Chill has the best milkshakes in town and a stunning array of desserts and pies. Everyone should definitely try the Mississippi Mud Pie and then come back for more.
This restaurant is smartly laid out with a cheery decor and soft music. Sidewok has Japanese, Chinese, Thai and other South East staples on its menu. You can start off with Chilly Pork - tenderized, wok-fried meat lit up with tingles of Sichuan Peppercorns. The Seafood Rice with Dry Scallop Sauce, Burnt Garlic Soup and Prawns Panang Style are not-to-be-missed. Portion sizes are very much old-school, each packing enough food for at least 2 diners. The reason Side Wok has folks often returning for a meal is for their consistently good food.
This small and charming origami-themed eatery is possibly the busiest restaurant at Khan Market with a long line to get in during lunch and dinner. In terms of the food, the Ramen Soup with Noodles is a good option as it is a whole meal. Other must-haves are the Geisha Sushi Roll (Prawn Tempura and Crab), Prawn Hargao, Tuna Pizza and Mochi Ice Cream. At Yum Yum Cha the usual dim sums and sushi of course, are spectacular like always but the latest addition of the Mock Duck in the menu is mind-blowing. This new outlet is a winner, the new items stay true to the restaurant's USP.
The cosy interiors lined with vintage photographs and journal, bricked walls and lamps would instantly want to make you indulge in an easy round of chatter with your friends and loved ones. And to make the experience even more intimate is its interesting restaurant and bar menu. From picking quick bites like Potato Wedges, Peri Peri Chicken and Pork Ribs to a lavish Indian and Italian main course spread, The Chatter House's extensive menu is sure to impress.
As Khan Market to the typical Dilliwala is all about Bahrisons, beautiful over-priced junk jewellery and of course, the ever-overflowing Big Chill. Be it a cup of fancy coffee or a business lunch and an evening with friends, Khan Market is the perfect place to be. Provided you pick the right spot. We’ve helped you out with some of the best options. Wok in the Clouds, Public Affair, Harry’s Bar + Cafe, Khan Chacha, Cafe Turtle, Omazoni, Yellow Brick Road, Town Hall and more are some of the other restaurants located in Khan Market. Book through EazyDiner to enjoy hassle-free and exciting deals/offers.
Kruthika Dixit Kandpal, is an in-house creative writer for EazyDiner Pvt Ltd. She is a food enthusiast, social worker and blogger. She has contributed to the Safari India Magazine, The Statesman Newspaper, Wedding Vows Magazine, Sanchar Times and several other publications. Nothing is dearer to her than the joy of writing with her passion for food as the connection of food is not just with your tummy, but with your heart. In addition to writing a lot, Kruthika likes to eat and experiment with her cooking and gallivanting. And, if not inside the kitchen or at work, one can find her volunteering for NGO’s, exploring places, partying, travelling and shopping. She dreams of owning a restaurant one day and provide some notable contributions to the world of food.