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Top 10 places to eat at under the sun & stars.

31 Dec, 2014 by Phantom

Top 10 places to eat at under the sun & stars.

It’s that time of the year when the weather does Delhi proud and the idea of being cooped up indoors isn’t quite the ticket. Here’s the Eazy pick.

The cafe serves South East Asian food with a Japanese twist. Sit in the deep verandah half covered by trees in which parrots screech while you can gaze at the Qutab Minar nearby.

The Hungry Monkey 
There’s no lift so you have to huff and puff your way up three floors to the open terrace that overlooks the treetops of Deer Park, but the view makes the trek worthwhile.

Olive Bar and Kitchen 
Sipping a glass of chardonnay in the courtyard with its trademark white gravel by the banyan tree is one of the things to do in Delhi when the weather cools.

Town Hall 
This is the only restaurant in Khan Market with a large and attractive terrace. Perfect for sharing a pizza or just hanging out with friends over drinks.

The second-floor deck overlooks the central garden and its trees. It is a magical place at any time of the year, more so in fine weather.

Rara Avis 
You’ll never believe you’re in Delhi in this modest-sized terrace on the 4th floor with French chansons playing in the background.

Located at Epicuria, this offers French-style patisserie and coffee in a handkerchief-sized garden. You’ll never believe that it’s part of a metro station!

1911, Imperial Hotel
Nothing evokes the days of the British Raj quite as forcefully as this patch of manicured lawn in the shade of a row of stately palm trees.

Le Bistro du Parc
Overlook the eponymous park from the covered terrace on the first floor of this charming bistro whose daily menu really is scrawled on a blackboard.

Lodi- The Garden Restaurant 
The finest garden in the city with century-old trees all around is something no menu can hope to outdo. Enjoy the view!

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