Connaught Place is a parking lot away from the chaos of Main Bazaar. Popular for its heritage architecture and bustling commercial business, it’s no wonder that this area is also perfect for dining at some of the best restaurants in Delhi.
This post will help you explore where to find the best places to Eat in Connaught Place and what their food offerings are to help make your decision on where to stop for lunch. It also lists some helpful tips on how to navigate Connaught Place as a first-timer.
Saravana Bhavan, Connaught Place
Saravana Bhavan is a chain of vegetarian restaurants that offers food that is similar to South Indian cuisine. Some of the must-try dishes here are the idly and utthapam, both served with sambar and chutney, egg utthapam, masala dosa and their homemade rasam. If you’re not a fan of vegetables, try their rava dosa, medu vada and masala vada.
Highlights: Variety of Dosas, Pocket-Friendly
Recommended: Crispy Dosa, Masala Dosa, Filter Coffee
Cost For Two: Rs. 500
Cuisine: South Indian
Warehouse Cafe, Connaught Place
Warehouse Cafe is a cozy restaurant that is perfect for both date nights and group outings. Their menu consists of finger-licking starters, classic Indian main course and desserts in the form of mousse, crumble and tiramisu. The best part – their food is cooked with love.
Located at the heart of Delhi, this restaurant offers a plethora of options to choose from – Chinese, Lebanese, Italian and Continental. T
Highlights: Lively music, Sports Screenings, Classy Ambience
Recommended: Phuket Paneer, Chicken Nachos, Margarita
Cost For Two: Rs. 1,500
Cuisine: American, Continental, Italian, North American, Asian
Ardor, Connaught Place
Ardor is a restaurant that serves Italian food and also offers a great music experience with live music. Their starters are elegantly prepared, while the pasta and pizzas are prepared to perfection. If you’re up for a treat, try their tiramisu or the chocolate mousse cake.
Highlights: DJ, Live Music
Recommended: Jack Daniels Chicken, Daal Ardor
Cost For Two: Rs. 2,000
Cuisine: North Indian, Continental, Chinese, Italian
Zaffran, Connaught Place
Zaffran is a great option for lunchtime dining. Tucked away in one of the narrow alleys, this restaurant has a vast menu that includes starters and main course. Their extensive breakfast menu is a steal as well, offering pancakes, eggs and pastries.
Highlights: Mughlai Delicacies, Free Wifi, Classy Ambience
Recommended: Butter Chicken, Dal Makhani, Paneer Akbari
Cost For Two: Rs. 1,800
Cuisine: North Indian, Mughlai
Berco’s , Connaught Place
If you’re looking for a fine dining experience, then Berco’s is the place to be. They serve scrumptious main courses that are sure to leave you satisfied. From pasta and pizza, to mains and desserts, the chefs at Berco’s have it all covered. They also offer barbeque delicacies and a lunch buffet.
Highlights: Variety of Dishes, Pocket-Friendly
Recommended: Chilli Garlic Noodles, Fruit Beer, Chicken Drumsticks
Cost For Two: Rs. 1,100
Cuisine: Chinese, Thai
Some affordable eating options in Delhi
- Big Yellow Door (BYD), Satya Niketan Market
- KC Restaurant, Dwarka Sector-7
- The Rolling Joint, Connaught Place
- Kennedy’s, West Patel Nagar
- Rajinder Da Dhaba
- Echoes Hudson Lane, Delhi University
- Mathew’s Cafe, RK Puram
- Hawkers, Vasant Kunj
- Imly, Rajendra Place
- Chowringhee, Karol Bagh
- Green Chick Chop, Defence Colony
- Amigo’s Hub, Satyaniketan
- Billu’s Hut, NSP
- Bistro 57, Netaji Subhash Place
- Moolchand Parantha, Lajpat Nagar
There is a restaurant for everyone in Delhi. A number of restaurants are opening up at every other street and with the wide range of cuisines available, you’re sure to find just what you’re looking for. Some are more expensive than others, but most places serve value for money food that will surely leave you satisfied.