Then took walk around Chandni Chowk and Jama Masjid and by 8 pm had our dinner at Karim’s Hotel with an awesome Biriyani, Mutton Korma, Shami Kabab, Sheek Kabab and Kheer.
Both I and Janak are fond of non-vegetarian food. Whether it was at the Delhi Golf Club or at Barqat, we indulge in chicken curries and mutton dishes with gusto. So it was not long since we decided to savour the delicacies of Mughlai food with typical old Delhi style. We decided to hit Karim’s, a very famous restaurant, situated in front of the Jama Masjid gate just near the steps of the mosque.
This epitomizes the Mughlai variant of a butter chicken. Karim’s is a legend of the highest order in the city which takes its food very seriously.
The most beloved haunt of old Delhi . Developed & perfected under the patronage of Emperors & Empresses serving the royal taste since 1913
No words for this place! If you are a carnivore like me, you ought to dig in some chickens in here!