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Best Restaurants in Saket, Delhi Offering Unrivalled Culinary Delights

Finest EazySafe+ certified restaurants in Saket worth visiting

27 Jul, 2020 by Andrea Bennett

Finest EazySafe+ certified restaurants in Saket worth visiting

Saket is one of the most spectacular localities in Delhi with its charming neighborhoods, exquisite malls, and a variety of restaurants that are sure to attract an eclectic crowd when operating in full swing. 

Whatever be your occasion to eat out or order in, some of these places to eat in Saket surely have you covered.

But with most of the restaurants in Delhi under lockdown, food enthusiasts are facing a dearth of options to satiate their cravings to eat out.

This, however, does not hold them back from exploring other restaurants near Saket, especially in the southern part of the capital, which houses some of Delhi’s most opulent eateries that have now opened their doors with high standards of sanitation and regular temperature checks for the kitchen, service and delivery staff, also verified by EazySafe+.

Here is a list of the best restaurants in Saket that not only adhere to these standards while you dine in but also ensure safety when you order delivery or takeaway in Delhi NCR.

Mamagoto, Select Citywalk Mall, Saket

Mamagoto at Saket is famous, not only for its upbeat vibe and Japanese art-inspired décor but also for its affordable yet piquant menu that appeals to all age groups alike. The menu at Mamagoto is inspired by Asian street hawkers and fusion created by their well-traveled chefs which is bound to set your tastebuds on a gastronomical journey. 

Must-haves: Signature Bowls, Crispy Thai Vegetables, Pad Thai Noddles, and Nutella Mousse.

Cost for two: ₹ 1500

Burma Burma, Saket

Burma Burma debunks all myths tied to a menu being more vibrant with non-vegetarian options on it. With lively depictions of figurative art and aesthetically appealing collections of Burmese artifacts, Burma Burma in Saket is a purely vegetarian restaurant dishing out irresistible flavors, which is a reflection of how the food and ambiance have imbibed the rich Burmese culture. If you’re ever looking for a fulfilling vegetarian meal in Saket, Burma Burma is your one-stop destination. 

Must-haves: Samuza Hincho (samosa soup), and Raw Mango Salad.

Cost for two: ₹ 1500

Dhaba, DLF Place Mall, Saket

If you are looking for a stand out place with bright, lively interiors modernized from its rustic roots in Punjab with equally great food, Dhaba at Saket is just the right place! An extension of the main outlet at The Claridges, Dhaba is one of the best restaurants in Saket to satiate your North Indian cravings. From the all-time favorites like Lacchha Paratha and dal makhani to their signature ‘Balti Meat’ (deliciously cooked lamb served in a miniature version of a metal bucket), the food here is bound to leave you longing for more. 

Must-haves: Balti Meat with Dhaba Roti and Badam Halwa.

Cost for two: ₹ 1600

Hotel Delmaar, Saket

From the minute you walk into this eatery, you are immediately transported to a colonial English dining room embellished with vintage tapestry and furniture that will leave you reminiscing of the era gone by. A safe haven to escape the noisy paraphernalia inside the Select Citywalk Mall at Saket, Hotel Delmaar not only offers a comfortable ambiance but also a European and Mediterranean menu with a healthier spin on recipes concocted during the British Raj. 

Must-haves:  Mezze Platter with Hummus, Falafels, Delmaar Aglio Olio Pasta, Pulled Pork, and Apple Pie.

Cost for two: ₹ 1600

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Currently working at the Concierge for EazyDiner, Andrea enjoys helping guests with their queries related to food and restaurants. A native to the city of Nawabs and Kebabs, with a family of Goan descent, the love for food comes naturally to her. In addition to being a hobbyist baker and painter, she loves curling up with a hot cup of coffee and a good book whenever she gets a chance. With the ultimate dream of opening her own bakery someday, Andrea spends most,(if not all) of her time experimenting with recipes and binge-watching bake-offs.

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