Barbeque Nation offers an amazing buffet spread
Head to Cafe Delhi Heights for an awesome Burger-y time
World Art Dining - Cookhouse is where art merges with food
Jazbaa has a welcoming Interiors and delectable food
Enjoy hearty buffets at The Barbeque Company
Too Indian serves unique aesthetic flavours of Indian food
Rediscover lost recipes at Ikk Panjab
Mealodrama will make your night worthy
Savour some delish street food dishes at Imly
Fill your gut with unlimited & appetizing food at Bon Barbecue
Places in West Delhi have certainly become like Hauz Khas Village or GK or Khel Gaon Marg of South Delhi. Prime locations include Rajouri Garden, Punjabi Bagh, Jail Road, Pacific Mall, etc. West Delhi has become one of those neighbourhood’s where there is something for everyone – whether you are craving for street food or are looking for a place to catch up with your friends over lunch/dinner. You will find new restaurants springing up every month, you can be sure to have a great time at these spots. We have made your life easier by guiding you with the best restaurants in West Delhi that are hunger busters and serve finger-licking food.
Barbeque Nation, Janakpuri, West Delhi
Barbeque nation stands as one of the major barbeque restaurants across the country. They have pioneered the use of barbeque or grill on the table. With ample live counters for exotic meat, kulfi and special one’s set-up for festivals, a meal at Barbeque Nation is usually an affair of pomp and gaiety. With barbecue and non-barbeque options right from chicken to seafood and mushroom to pineapple, several kinds of starters are served. The Mutton Sheek Kebab, Tangdi Kebab, Chicken Drum Stick, Deep Marinated Fish and more are some the non-veg starters. From the main course, try the Dal Makhani, Crabs, Seafood with Rice and you are sorted. If Chinese is more of your thing, find solace in Noodles, Manchurian, etc. Do not forget to fill your tummy with Biryani before you head to the dessert bar.
Cafe Delhi Heights, Pacific Mall, Tagore Garden
Located in Pacific Mall in Tagore Garden, Delhi. Cafe Delhi Heights is a chain of casual dining restaurants and is for people who love to indulge in North Indian, Italian, European and American cuisines. They also serve all-day breakfasts and the Delhi version of comfort food. The Juicy Lucy Burger is a Cafe Delhi Heights signature. They have a collection of refreshing cocktails. You can sip a surprisingly good Cold Coffee made of freshly ground beans.
World Art Dining - Cookhouse, Punjabi Bagh
For all the Fine Dining Lovers and people who want to try something different and unique, this outlet is for you! Located in Punjabi Bagh, this charming place is a sprawling restaurant spread across many floors and offers some eclectic treats. The décor is as vibrant as it can be, and every cuisine here has a kitchen dedicated to itself. The Fish Tikka is a fusion between Punjabi and Bengali fish recipes where the fish is chargrilled in a tandoor, and, marinated with herbs and kasundi mustard paste and fresh chilli paste. The Nizami Shami Kabab is almost as authentic as the ones you get in Lucknow.
Jazbaa, Rajouri Garden, West Delhi
Rajouri Garden is flooded with cafes/ bars/ restaurants and Jazbaa is a new entrant. They offer you indoor seating as well as outdoor seating with a lively ambience. The quirky and bright décor will give you an inviting vibe. Not only the interior, but they bring quirkiness to their plating too. You can start your meal with Veg Manchow Soup and Tomato Soup. Some of their must-have dishes are Kurkure Mushroom Tikka, Veg Quesadilla, Chilli Garlic Noodles, Dal Makhani and Paneer Tikka Butter Masala. They also offer shakes which can be customized in different flavours according to your taste.
The Barbeque Company, Jail Road
Located in Jail Road, The Barbeque Company is a decent stop for those looking to enjoy a not so fancy, a hearty meal. With options of both Buffet and A la Carte, they have an elaborate menu to choose from. The interiors are simple, and the place is perfect for dining with groups and family. Among the must-try dishes are their Vegetarian Kofta Curry and Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani. Also, one must never miss their Buffets which they are mostly known for.
Too Indian, Rajouri Garden, West Delhi
Too Indian is a casual dining restaurant located in Rajouri Garden, West Delhi. They have a colourful display of herbs that they use in the kitchen right as you enter the place, terrarium lamps to light up every inch of the restaurant, and more quirky elements that catch your eyes at every corner. The food at Too Indian is presented in the coolest possible ways. You still see the usage of nitrogen in a few different dishes, but they are also using things like tiny pressure cookers, candle stands, tiny table lamps, buckets, wooden clips, paintbrushes, and more. Their menu is long and yum, filled with unique dishes like 4 Indo Persian Kebab, Milk Cake Pie and so on. Do not miss to try the Nutella Shake and Anarkali from their beverage menu. They source local products like Murukku, Chicken Pickles, Whiskey Jam, Masala Pappad, Fennel Rose Cookies, etc. which you can shop while dining or once you are done.
Ikk Panjab, Rajouri Garden, West Delhi
Ikk Punjab, located in Rajouri Garden, West Delhi, is known for its historical approach towards food. The interiors manifest the pre-partition scenario with great paintings and guns. The coffee table is filled with different types of masalas. Some of the appetizers that are worth trying are Tawa Wali Masaledaar Macchi and Sialkot Boti - a street food from Lahore; succulent mutton chunks marinated in Khada masalas. For the mains, vegetarians can try Pindi Chole - a Pakistan inspired chickpeas made in a thick spicy masala gravy and non-vegetarians can try Meat Belli Ram - a dish that originated from the Punjabi Army Cantonment; spicy mutton chunks cooked in authentic style.
Mealodrama, Rajouri Garden, West Delhi
The stretch between Rajouri Garden and Tagore Garden is loaded with restaurants that aim to attract the eyes of potential customers. Mealodrama aims to acquire and retain, customers by offering them a brilliant all-around experience as soon as they walk in. There is ample indoor seating space available with interesting decor and multiple entertainment options including sports screenings and events, making this place a complete package. It offers an extensive range of dishes from North Indian, European and Chinese cuisines. Their Jalapeno-Olive Naan, Peri-Peri Paranthas, Rajasthani Laal Maas and Kadhai Chicken are highly recommended. The Honey Darsan is a must-try dessert.
Imly brings together the street food of the entire country. Lucknow, Amritsar, Surat, Chennai, Varanasi, Delhi and Mumbai are just some of the cities represented on this all-vegetarian map. Imly focuses on serving hygienic street food retaining the taste of how one would like to savour the taste from the street vendors. The Corn and Cheese Tandoori Momo, Golgappa, Cheese Pav Bhaji and Vada Pav are some of the must-haves. The place gets crowded during the evenings and weekends, hence, prior reservations are a must.
Bon Barbecue, Rajouri Garden, West Delhi
Bon Barbecue is a casual dining restaurant located in Rajouri Garden that offers unlimited and flavourful buffets. The food served at this restaurant is good. Do not miss out on Paneer Tikka, Paalak Chaat, all their starters, in fact, Kadhai Paneer and the desserts here would not disappoint.
Also, you can try Tossin Pizza, Cafe Indian Delight, Jungle Jamboree, Gola Sizzlers, Mosaic and Punjab Grill. Now that you know of these spots in West Delhi, you will never have trouble navigating through.
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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.