I love long weekends because you get to unwind without getting away from it all. You can spend time pampering yourself and indulging into things you like but not get away from your daily life. Delhi’s restaurant scene has exploded in the past few years. You can find some ultra-luxurious places to dine and unwind.
Here are the restaurants that deserve to be on every foodie’s must visit list:
Pa Pa Ya At Select CitiWalk
The best chefs, in my opinion, do not restrict themselves and combine ingredients, cuisines and styles from all across the world; that is where true innovation comes from and Chef Sahil Singh showcases that innate sense of flavours in each dish at PaPaYa. Do not wait and try and find for yourself why this is the hottest new limited edition restaurant in town.
Farzi At Cyber Hub, Gurgaon
Many people label the food at Farzi as molecular gastronomy but I think it’s akin to calling all Indian food “curry”; it strips away from the complexity and allure of what’s on your plate. Farzi is a multi sensory cooking restaurant (as Blumenthal says); you don’t just eat with your tongue but your eyes and other senses. Yes, there are elements of molecular gastronomy involved but it is more a take on taking classic combinations or flavours and twisting them around.
Wasabi by Morimoto At The Taj Mahal Hotel, Delhi
Wasabi is famous for its Sushi, Sashimi and Nigiri. They have the best quality seafood that has been imported from the Tsukiji Market in Japan. Wasabi has many spectacles to explore and the place shouldn’t be missed. This restaurant certainly deserves a top spot on any foodie’s list. The world is a lovelier place with restaurants like Wasabi!
The Spice Route At The Imperial, Delhi
At its heart, The Spice Route is an indulgent soul food restaurant. Heralded as one of the top ten restaurants in the world earlier by Condé Nast Traveler and proclaimed to be the only-one-of-its-kind, The Spice Route is a poetry in design. The renowned South East Asian cuisine restaurant mesmerizes all your senses enrapturing you with its sensuous exotica. It has been designed to reflect the journey of spices from the Malabar Coast in Kerala through Sri Lanka, Malaysia, and Indonesia to Thailand and Vietnam, put together in the world famous menu crafted by Chef Veena who is a President’s Awardee and Thai national Chef.
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