The weekend is finally here and we have so much on our calendar! Going out with friends, catching up on our favourite series or movies, and just giving ourselves some much-need pampering – these are some of the plans on our minds. If you are a foodie like us, good food would definitely be on your weekend list too. We are here with some restaurant and food recommendations that are a must-try for all those food lovers in Delhi-NCR. These amazing eateries and cloud kitchens have launched new menus to tingle the palates of their diners.
Here Are Some New Menus In Delhi-NCR Restaurants And Cloud Kitchens You Must Try:
A European dining affair in Delhi’s Mehrauli area, QLA is here with something new to offer. Their newly launched seven-course menu is featuring creative dishes from all over the world. From entrees to desserts, this menu has something for everyone. Try it to enjoy a lavish feast!
What: New 7-course menu at QLA
Where: 4-A, Seven Style Mile, Kalka Das Marg, Near Qutab Minar, Mehrauli, New Delhi
Cost for two: Rs. 4,000 approx.
2. Amici Café
Amici café is a popular restaurant in South Delhi known for its delicious pizzas. You can now enjoy a whole new range of scrumptious pizzas at this eatery. Italian Pepperoni, Chicken Has Landed, Amici Margherita, Spinach Goat Cheese, and Burrata Marinated Tomatoes are some of the Neapolitan-style wood-fired pizzas here.
What: New Pizza Menu at Amici Cafe
Where: 8, Defence Colony Main Market, Defence Colony, New Delhi
Cost for two: Rs. 1,400 approx.
3. Hard Rock Cafe
The global chain had recently opened its doors to patrons in the heart of Delhi in Connaught Place. While it is usually known for its American fare, chefs have now curated a local menu as well. You can relish a variety of kebabs, platters, skewers, rolls, and burgers with a desi twist. No matter what your taste is, there’s plenty to choose from!
What: Local Menu at Hard Rock Cafe
Where: Showroom 1, Ground Mezzanine, 1st & 2nd Floor, Atul Grove Road, Janpath, New Delhi
Cost for two: Rs. 2,800 approx.
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Located in the midst of central Delhi, Ophelia is a wine-and-dine paradise that offers a blissful escapade from routine. It has returned in an all-new avatar with Sufi nights and Sunday brunches as well as an all-new menu. Their outdoor ambience, gourmet food and drinks and buzzing atmosphere will have you returning for more!
What: New Menu at Ophelia
Where: 50-B, Diplomatic Enclave, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
Cost for two: Rs. 3,500 approx.
A sustainable dining restaurant made with farm-fresh ingredients, OMO is an experience in itself. The OMO team has recently launched an all-new Naga cuisine menu based on the rich culinary heritage of the state. They are using the same cooking techniques including open-fire cooking, smoking and steaming as is traditional in the area. Feast your senses with something new!
What: Naga Menu at OMO
Where: 2nd Floor, Galleria Market, DLF Phase 4, Gurugram
Cost for two: Rs. 2,000 approx.
Yeti is known for its authentic Himalayan dining experience. And now, they have a new summer cocktail menu to accompany the delicious food! Choose from interesting brews like Blackbird, Saffron Sour, Tropical Colada, Egg Knock, Spice Route and more at all their Delhi-NCR outlets. Pair it with kothe momos and la phing, and you have a winner.
What: New Cocktail Menu at Yeti
Where: Multiple locations across Connaught Place, Malviya Nagar, Rajouri Garden and Gurgaon
Cost for two: Rs. 1,000 approx.
7. Henry Havaldar
One of the premium cloud kitchens in South Delhi, Henry Havaldar serves up North Indian and Mughlai treats in eco-friendly packaging. They have recently launched a range of meal bowls including rice and gravies in a handy box. We tried the Ambersar Langar wali Dal and Paneer Makhani rice bowls, along with fish curry, and chicken Chettinad as well. The delicious flavours were thoroughly enjoyable!
What: Rice Meal bowls at Henry Havaldar
Where: First & Second Floor Shop No. 10 & 11, Corner Market, Malviya Nagar, Delhi, 110017
Cost for two: Rs. 1,000 approx.
8. Swan, Delhi
Welcome the summer season with an all-new menu at Swan, Delhi. Located in the Ambawatta complex in Mehrauli, Swan has a breathtaking view of the Qutub. Its new menu includes dishes like pappardelle alla napoletana con polpette and charred asparagus burrata salad. You can also choose from their new scrumptious cocktail menu with a mix of Italian and Japanese influences.
What: Spring-summer menu at Swan, Delhi
Where: 1st Floor, Kharsra No 1501, Kalka Das Marg, Ward Number 1, Mehrauli, New Delhi, Delhi 110030
Cost for two: Rs. 2,500 approx.
Andrea’s is well-known for its scrumptious European fare amidst a relaxed environment. But with their new menu, the eatery is taking it a notch higher with an array of offerings from across Asia. There is Udon Chilli Mein from Japan, while the Chinese section offers Chinese Pancakes with Chicken, and Soy Chilli Wontons, Chicken Mapo tofu and Lava Rock Shrimp. The Thai selection includes favourites like Penang Curry, and Mango Sticky Rice. So, feast your senses on these Asian goodies!
What: Asian menu at Andrea’s
Where: Andrea’s Eatery, Shop 48A-51, First Floor, Select Citywalk Mall, Saket, New Delhi
Cost for two: Rs. 2,000 approx.
10. Madam Chutney
Madam Chutney has carved a niche for itself as a fine dining restaurant with a quirky take on street food. Now, you can pair your food with delicious iced teas and drinks in their new menu. Choose from cosy Chamomile Iced tea, Mystical Purple Bloom, Citrus Lavender, Chilli Mango Mint and more alongside mocktails namely Minty Cucumber Fizz, Madam Gulab-Iced Tea, South Side kokum and more.
What: Iced Tea and Mocktails menu at Madam Chutney
Where: Madam Chutney, M-20, 1st floor, Gk-2, M-Block Market, New Delhi, Delhi 110048
Cost for two: Rs. 1,700 approx.
11. Charcoal Pizza By Nomad
Are you bored of those boring pizzas and want to try something new and offbeat? Well, then hop over to Nomad Pizza and take your taste buds on an adventurous ride. Nomad Pizza becomes the first brand to introduce charcoal black pizza dough. This dough is colored using activated vegetable charcoal powder, which is odourless and tastes no different than regular pizza dough but gives it a black and crispy texture. This activated vegetable charcoal is apparently completely natural and is sourced from; beech and birch, two types of trees. This naturally occurring charcoal is treated with oxygen at very high temperatures, giving it its numerous health benefits.
Here’s wishing you all a happy feast!