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The cafe and restaurant culture in Delhi NCR have been growing like never before. With restaurants popping up at every corner of the capital, we bring you the much talked about newly opened restaurants that tick all the boxes from mesmerizing ambience, artistically curated menu and an experience that will last a lifetime. If you are wondering which new eateries have come up in Delhi NCR, then scroll down below for a list of 6 newly opened restaurants in Delhi NCR in 2018.
After wooing the party-hoppers of Connaught Place, Unplugged Courtyard has opened a spanking new outlet in Udyog Vihar in Gurgaon. Unplugged Courtyard's new outlet in Gurgaon is one of those magical places that will make you forget that you are in the heart of a bustling city. Pick a seating space to suit your mood and prepare for a magical night of yummy bites and boozy drinks.
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It has been less than a month since Station Bar opened in Connaught Place, and it has already become quite the talk of the town. As fabulous as the drinks and food are, the signature natural cocktails that will catch your eye and tongue for, all the right reasons! Start off with Platform No. 2 and get aboard the Rajdhani Express. You can take a pause with Red Signal but do not miss out on the Station. Get loaded on their Cheese Nachos and let it soak in all the alcohol. The Mezze Platter is perfect if you're going with a couple of foodies. The flavours of the Dahi Kebabs go well with drinks and the Vada Pav is something you should not miss.
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Delhi’s most favourite restaurant chain, The Big Chill Cafe, has now opened up a new outlet in Connaught Place and is a great addition to the various great places in CP to hangout. So, for those of you who love to gorge on the delicious pastas and pizzas at Big Chill, head to their new joint in The Collonade, which is a beautifully constructed and designed complex in Block B, CP. Their Penne Vodka Pasta, Lebanese Mezze Platter, Belgian Chocolate Milkshake, Sicilian Chicken, and Mississippi Mud-Pie come highly recommended.
Bringing together the 2 utmost pleasures of life, Plum offers you an enjoyable fine dining experience along with live interaction with all Bent Chair product ranges, from chairs to plates and what-not. Devour your gluttony at Plum, India’s first experiential dining retail restaurant brings you an outstanding food menu that dons the best in Pan Asian cuisine. Do not just extinguish the craving of your taste buds but satiate your appetite for beauty through tempting Bent Chair products at Plum Cafe.
This chic new place in G-town screams comfort and luxury in every aspect. Comorin is a big open plan, spread over three levels, elevated by just a couple of steps. With impeccable service which is no surprise and the bar menu is as impressive as the food menu. The food at Comorin is a modern take on familiar classics from across the country without taking away from the comfort value of regional food or the flavours for that matter! You will find yourself enjoying dishes like Khichdi, Nimki, Kachumbar, Gunpowder Idli, Bacon Bread Pakora, Green Chilli Prawns and Sev Puri.
West Delhi folks, there’s an all-new, buffet-style restaurant called The Market Place in Kirti Nagar and it's got 11 global cuisines, all in one place. With a separate space dedicated to each cuisine, eclectic decor and menus and lively ambience, this place is on its way to becoming a popular food destination. Another plus, their menu keeps rotating and the rates are very affordable.
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.