With top nutritionists and celebs deeming it as an effective way to lead a well-balanced life, vegetarianism is now seen gaining momentum as the latest dietary trend all across the world. But for us Indians vegetarianism is an integral part of our rich culture. In fact, there’s no single nation in the world as strongly associated with vegetarianism as India.
Although Delhi, with its slew of acclaimed restaurants, has garnered the reputation of being the ultimate foodie hub, there’s no denying the fact that NCR is often mistaken to be a paradise only for non-vegetarians and we are here to discredit this misconception. You might not find entire markets dedicated to vegetarian delicacies, but Delhi does have several great places that excel in doling out a spread of totally delish pure vegetarian delights. So, in line with today’s theme, we bring to you a curation of some of the best vegetarian restaurants in Delhi NCR serving drool-worthy grub.
A haven for Indian fast food connoisseurs and undoubtedly one of the best vegetarian restaurants in Delhi, IMLY brings together the street food of the entire country under one roof. Lucknow, Amritsar, Surat, Chennai, Varanasi, Delhi, and Mumbai are just some of the cities that find representation through their food here. Their menu is all-encompassing and features everything from flavorful Pasta to homely Indian Thalis and desserts to choose from.
Must-haves: Amritsari Chole Kulche, The Imly Way Thali, Overload Pizza, and Gulab Jamun.
Cost for two: ₹ 700
If you are looking for the best vegetarian restaurants in Gurgaon to break your months-long fast of gastronomic pleasures, then head straight to Burma Burma. This gorgeously charming eatery takes you on an exciting journey of Burmese culture with an exotic menu featuring authentic Burmese cuisine with a smattering of quite a few delectable Pan Asian delicacies as well.
Must-haves: Burmese Flat Rice Noodle, Tea Leaf Salad, Coconut Rice with Peanut Chutney, and Burmese Falooda.
Cost for two: ₹ 1500
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If its comforting south Indian fare that you are craving then Carnatic Cafe's takeaway menu will serve you good. Known for its authentic Karnataka cuisine, Carnatic Café brings you pocket-friendly South Indian dishes. Besides its regular preparations, this restaurant is popular for serving a wide array of special dosas and flavorful chutneys. Oh, another plus point- they prepare all their food in pure desi ghee!
Must-haves: Dosa Ghee Roast Masala, Bangalore Set Dosa, Bisi-bele-Bath, and Onion Tomato Uttapam.
Cost for two: ₹ 1000
Topping the list of the best vegetarian restaurants in Delhi, Veg Gulati has its own fan following. Known for North Indian, Punjabi, and Jain food (without onion and garlic), this culinary gem located at Pandara Road serves an array of delectable offerings; from paneer to vegetables, mushrooms, corns, and soya- you name it, they have it.
Must Haves: Haryali Paneer Tikka, Dahi Ka Kebab, Chaap Butter Masala, and Kabuli Chane Ki Biryani.
Cost for two: ₹ 1200
Pandara Road Market, Central Delhi
1400 for two approx
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Nestled in Hotel Alka, Connaught Place, this unpretentious restaurant wows guests with its delicious spread of pure vegetarian food. For people who prefer vegetarian fare, Vega presents a lot of interesting food choices and an all-encompassing eclectic menu that offers flavorful North Indian delicacies cooked to perfection in pure Desi Ghee (clarified butter).
Must Haves: Vegetable Special Cutlet, Poori Bhaji & Yogurt, Assorted Kebab Platter, and Maharaja Feast Thali
Cost for two: ₹ 1700
In its amazing hundred years of history, this iconic restaurant has earned a reputation of being a culinary genius offering simple yet wholesome fare distinguished by authentic flavors & quality ingredients. Now accepting home delivery/takeaway orders, Dasaparakash serves mouth-watering Dosai and Idly varieties, along with several other South Indian delicacies.
Must Haves: Madras Masala Vada, Guntur Chilli Gobi, Ghee Pongal, Crispy Ragi Rava Dosa, and Filter Coffee.
Cost for two: ₹ 700
Sector 104, Noida
700 for two approx
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Right in the heart of the land of hearty North Indian butter chicken, this pure vegetarian restaurant in Delhi offers a melange of pious alternatives. This fine-dining restaurant serves wholesome yet innovative recipes and authentic dishes from Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Rajasthan, Gujarat, and Bangalore prepared with a ‘Sattvik’ touch.
Must Haves: Kathal Mirchi Salan, Dhaba Dal, Paneer Jaisalmeri, and Saffron Malai Kofta.
Cost for two: ₹ 1500
Another gem in the list of South Indian restaurants in Delhi NCR is this culinary marvel serving authentic South Indian delicacies. Everything on the menu is always prepared fresh and by using regional ingredients sourced straight from Southern India to deliver that traditional South Indian flavor.
Must Haves: Kanchipuram Idli, Special Double Decker Uthappam, Traditional Tadka Curd Rice, and Special Buttermilk.
Cost for two: ₹ 700
Ans. The main cuisine served at IMLY Courtyard is North Indian, Street Food.
Ans. People love Samosa Soup, Khao Suey, and Burmese Falooda the most at Burma Burma.
Ans. The main cuisine served at Sattvik is Indian.
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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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