Finally here comes the time for us to celebrate the Incarnation of Goddess Durga in the form of Chaitra Navratri and we honor her by observing fast and eating only sattvik meals during the holy 9 days of this auspicious festival. The Navratri's are set to begin on the 22nd of March and it will last till 30th of March and the devotees would only be eating pure veg meals. As the festival is extensively celebrated in northern parts of India and Delhi NCR is also amongst the top cities to follow this tradition but it gets quite a hassle to find the pure veg restaurants during these 9 days that serves only veg and sattvic food to the patrons. To make your search easy on this Navratri for finding the most authentic and pure veg restaurants, we have set down a list of top 10 pure vegetarian restaurants in Delhi NCR that will help you in your quest to consume pure sattvic yet super delicious preparations.
Veg Gulati has been the most cherished vegetarian restaurant among Delhiites and is the ultimate destination for pure vegetarian dishes. The restaurant is known for serving North Indian, Punjabi and Jain & Sattvic food (without onion & garlic) and this makes Veg Gulati the most preferred restaurants for you during these Navratri’s. Their Maharani thali will blow away your mind as its quite large and sufficient for feeding 2 people and you can go for their sattvic thali too. The space looks beautiful with yoga hand mudras imprinted on walls making this place bright and cheerful.
Must-haves: Paneer Mushroom, Corn Palak, Amritsari Chole, Vegetable Dum Biryani, Maharaja Thali, Tandoori Pineapple, Veg Ksheeram, Fruit Shrikhand
Cost for two: ₹ 1200
As the name indicates, Sattvik is a renowned fine dining and pure vegetarian restaurants in Delhi NCR. It specializes in serving rich aromatic north Indian flavors. They have an extensive menu, and the chef offers innovative recipes from signature dishes prepared with the ‘Sattvik’ touch. They also provide the facility of preparing food without onion and garlic on request and because of this the restaurant is jam packed during Navratri's. Their Yukta Aahaar Thali is a must try here. The ambience here is brightening with radiating ceiling lamps and golden wooden fixtures making this place serene.
Must-haves: Masala Kokum, Khatte Tandoori Aloo, Vegetable Seekh Kebab, Masala Kofta, Paneer Moksha, Dal-E-Satvik, Shahi Tukda, Traditional Flavoured Ice-Cream
Cost for two: ₹ 1500
If you want to try a different cuisine this navratri but completely vegetarian then you can head to Burma Burma, located in DLF Cyber City, Gurgaon. It specializes in authentic Burmese delicacies and different varieties of teas. They bring you the rich taste and culture of Myanmar and you can feel the aroma with every bite you take. Their traditional Burmese recipes are made with fresh ingredients and unique flavors. They have kept the ambience simple with a traditional touch as you can see classic bells hanging on the roofs. It’s one of the best pure vegetarian restaurants in Delhi NCR for all the vegetarians out there.
Must-haves: Burmese Flat Rice Noodles, Tea Leaf Salad, Coconut Rice with Peanut Chutney, Pan-fried Dumplings, Burmese Falafel, and Crunchy Tofu.
Cost for two: ₹ 1500
Situated in DLF South Point Mall, Ghoomar is a traditional Rajasthani and pure vegetarian restaurant which brings to you the essence of Rajasthan. Here you will experience the taste of authentic Rajasthani flavors as they serve a range of thalis which has more than 24 chokho items and after savoring them you will feel like you have been transported into the lanes of Rajasthan. The ambience here is cheerful with Rajasthani themed seating set-up and you surely will have a fun-filled time here with your family.
Must-haves: Rajasthani Thali
Cost for two: ₹ 900
Vega is a prominent restaurant located in The Hotel Alka Classic and it’s a pure vegetarian restaurant dealing in a variety of authentic North Indian cuisines. They have a widespread menu with interesting food options for you to savor. It’s a perfect place for you to go during navratis as they can customize your food without garlic and onion. And you can opt for Paneer special cutlet and dahi vada while fasting and they have thali options too. The restaurant gives homely vibes with the use of warm colors and wooden fixtures.
Must-haves: Thandai, Paneer Sizzler, Vegetable Seekh Kebab, Vega Express, Navrattan Korma, Amritsari chole, Dahi Vada Papdi Chaat, Moong Dal Halwa, Matka Kulfi
Cost for two: ₹ 1700
Bell Pepperz is considered one of the best pure vegetarian restaurants in and around North Delhi. They specialize in serving their guest with North India, Chinese, Jain and Thai cuisines along with western dishes. It is a perfect spot for taste hunters and quality seekers. The restaurant has got you 3 private dining floors including a spectacular Skydeck. All the 3 spaces are well built and have elegant décor, but the Skydeck is where you must be seated as it’s a cozy space with illuminating fairy lights and greenery all around.
Must-haves: Angethi Ka Paneer Tikka, Grilled Pineapple Paneer Chilli, Khas Veg Seekh kebab, Kebab Bell Pepperz, Jammu Wale Roasted Aloo, Jains Pizza, Paneer Tawa Khurchan
Cost for two: ₹ 1200
64/6 is a luxurious 5-star fine dining vegetarian restaurant situated in Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Ghaziabad. They have an extensive menu ranging from European to American to Indian to Chinese to Continental cuisines and if you feel like trying varieties of food options in this navratri’s you must visit 64/6. The place also has an option for buffet and it is most preferred by the guest to relish. As it’s a 5-star restaurant, the place is very spacious and the ambience here is very sophisticated and alluring.
Must-haves: Paneer Tikka, Tandoori Pineapple With Chutney, Noodles With Chilli Paneer, Chole Kulcha, Tangy Mango Pickle And Onion Sautéed In Salt And Red Chilli, Beetroot Dry Cake
Cost for two: ₹ 2800
Kesar is a quality restaurant in North Delhi serving pure and authentic vegetarian food. You can visit this vegetarian restaurant as they serve flavorsome North Indian, Chinese, Continental and South Indian dishes. It’s a casual dining restaurant with colorful ambience and elegant blue fixtures goes completely well with the contrasting white and grey walls.
Must-haves: Mango Mint, Paneer Malai Tikka, Subz-E-Kebab, Rajma Butter Masala, Paneer Tikka Biryani, Lemon Soya Chaap, Fruit Custard
Cost for two: ₹ 1000
Located in Karol Bagh, Suruchi is a pure vegetarian restaurant in Delhi and it’s a must-visit place if you want to try wholesome Gujrati and Rajasthani food. Their famous Gujarati thali is a must try and you will get to enjoy the flavor of Gujarat as it consists of unlimited portions of four kinds of vegetables, kadhi, dal, assorted farsan, roti, puran poli, rice, khichadi, salad, chutneys, papad, chaas & sweets. The stuff is very helpful here and the place looks decent with spacious seating and decorated walls.
Must-haves: Chef Special, Dal Bati Churma, Gujarati Special Dal, Pooran Poli, Fruit Custard, Gujarati Thali, Rajasthani Thali
Cost for two: ₹ 750
Swaad Anusaar is a pocket friendly all-day dining pure vegetarian restaurants in Ashok Vihar Phase 2, North Delhi. They are serving some of the best North Indian and Chinese dishes you can find in North Delhi. The best part about this place is they provide you Navratri special thali (without onion and garlic) during the holy 9 days of this festival. It’s a very lively restaurant and you will feel at ease and cheerful being here as the ambience is cozy and vibrant and the hanged potted plants on ceiling makes this place more prettier.
Must-haves: Paneer Tikka, Veg. Platter, Chana Masala, Palak Corn, Diwani Handi, Pasta Makhani, Veg. Salt & Pepper, Crispy Corn
Cost for two: ₹ 800
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