Home of all things nice and fabulous, South Delhi is known for housing some of the most iconic eateries that make for unparalleled dining experiences. And we are glad to tell you that with new relaxations in restrictions, all your favorite restaurants are finally back from their month-long hiatus and once again geared up to serve you with all the necessary safety protocols in place. To make things a little easier for elated foodies, here are our top picks of some of the best South Delhi restaurants that are now open for dining in.
QLA is nestled under the long shadow of Qutab Minar at Seven Style Mile in Mehrauli and is housed in a lovely sprawling heritage villa with a wrap-around courtyard. If a tranquil dinner in the lap of luxury is what you crave then QLA is the perfect fit for you. When it comes to the food, a carefully curated menu encompassing European, Italian and Spanish cuisines takes over your senses with the very first bite. Sit outdoors with gleaming Qutub in the background and experience the best of what Delhi has to offer.
Must-haves: Summer Garden Salad, Barbecued Mushroom & Bean Burger, Black Rice Thai Curry, Farmer's Pizza, and Kaffir Lime Tart.
Cost for two: ₹ 3500
This Dhaba-style restaurant is all about rustic charm, desi decor elements, and a flavor-packed North Indian spread. Truly a foodies delight this place is known for its 'Balti Meat' delicacy but loyal patrons will tell you that their rich Butter Chicken preparation stands out as one of the best not only in their menu but also throughout the city.
Must-haves: Balti Meat, Amritsari Chole, Amritsari Wadi Aloo, Lasooni Palak, and Matar Paneer.
Cost for two: ₹ 3000
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Fio with its ethereal look and feel is the best place for your next dinner date. Often touted as the best Italian restaurant in Delhi, this culinary marvel of a restaurant offers a large range of Modern Italian delicacies amongst a smattering of quite a few European and Contemporary Indian choices, making the brand a unique dual-cuisine restaurant.
Must-haves: Basil Chicken Risotto, Baked Margherita Pizza, Four Mushroom Linguini Pasta, and Classic Tiramisu.
Cost for two: ₹ 2700
A weekend brunch should be a long and leisurely affair, with plenty of different comforting preparations and that’s where this sophisticated diner comes into the picture. Located in the opulent Eros Hotel, Bloom is ‘THE PLACE’ to enjoy a mouthwatering brunch buffet. Boasting an extensive eclectic menu this trendy place is known for its delectable Italian, continental, and Indian preparations.
Must-haves: Bruschettas, Risotto, Cheese Toast, Bloom's Club Sandwich with Crispy Bacon, Chicken Fried Egg, Coleslaw, and Cheese.
Cost for two: ₹ 2000
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Punjab Grill is one of the most prominent North Indian restaurants in Delhi. They offer a creative blend of robust Mughlai and Punjabi delicacies. The scrumptious spread of food makes this place truly special. The eclectic menu is very vast featuring an extensive variety of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian preparations.
Must-haves: Dal Punjab Grill, Punjab Grill Chicken Tikka, Dahi Ke Kebab, Amritsari Kulcha, and Kadhai murgh with Lahsuni naan.
Cost for two: ₹ 1800
You Mee in M-Block Market, GK-II never fails to wow diners with their mind-blowing Asian flavors and fresh ingredients. The restaurant’s interiors are inspired by Manga, the Japanese-style comics, and their menu carries a dizzying array of sumptuous Pan Asian options including everything from sushi to ramen and more.
Must-haves: Shitake Maki, Hamachi New York Dragon Sushi Roll, Chicken Poached Dumpling, Tantan Ramen, Chili Basil Tofu Bao, New York Cheese & Chilli Oil Dumpling, and Caramel Super Shake.
Cost for two: ₹ 2000
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Shibuya is a bright little eatery that tries to bring the hustle and bustle of the Shibuya crossing in Japan to New Delhi with its fun, contemporary food. their stellar menu features authentic recipes of contemporary food from the streets of various South East Asian countries combined with quality products sourced from the finest of farms and suppliers around the world.
Must-haves: Shibuya Toast, Crunch Chicken Asian Salad, Spicy Korean Green Beans, Silken Tofu Salad, Shibuya Tuna Nachos, Bang Bang Shrimp, Ramen, Korean Fried Chicken, and Spicy Sichuan Fish Hot Pot.
Cost for two: ₹ 1800
Located in Green Park, New Delhi, The Clay Oven is a casual dining restaurant that serves authentic North Indian, Mughlai, and Chinese cuisines. The interiors are rustic and depict a 90s theme, which is reinforced throughout the space with the help of vintage knick-knacks, a gramophone, and faded wooden cabinets.
Must-haves: Peshawari Raan, Rarra Chicken, Dal Makhni, Methi Matar Malai, Dahi Ke Kebab, Drunken Chicken Salad, Chicken Chive Dumplings, and Chilli Chicken Hakka
Cost for two: ₹ 1200
Gargi Bisht is an event copywriter/conceptualizer turned writer currently working with EazyDiner Pvt. Ltd. Compulsive eater, book hoarder, dog lover and pop culture enthusiast with an innate love for storytelling. Usually the quietest person in the room, Gargi is an introvert who loves her own company. When not eating, can be found in front of her laptop watching movies. Knows a thing or two about art and literature.
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