Stop Crying About Vegetarian Food! Visit These Restaurants And Try Their Navratri Food With A Twist

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Navratri is a time of fun, frolic and celebration, so why should our taste-buds not have a party too? Even as most of us shift to a purely vegetarian diet, here are cafes and restaurants in Delhi where you can enjoy a scrumptious Navratri special meal without breaking any rules. Navratri dishes at these restaurants are introduced with a yummy twist, which are sure to help you cruise through these 9 days without any worry. Take a look!

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Photo of Haldiram's, Shivaji Marg, Moti Nagar, Karampura Industrial Area, Karam Pura, Delhi, India by Saumiabee

One of the best outlets in our country for delicious multi-cuisine dishes, Haldiram's has introduced a Navratri special thaali that includes fast-friendly dishes like paratha, sabudana khichdi, makhane ki kheer and fruit cream.

Where: All outlets across Delhi /NCR

Cost: ₹450 onwards

One of the most famous outlets across for Mughlai food, Punjab Grill has introduced a twist in their menu to accommodate Navratri special dishes. Their sumptuous thaali includes special vrat wali lassi, samak ka pulao, rajgira ki puri, kaddu, khoya paneer and rasmalai, to name a few. One can also order fast-friendly dishes à la carte.

Where: All outlets across Delhi/ NCR

Cost: ₹395 per thali

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Photo of The Drunken Botanist, DLF Cyber City, DLF Phase 2, Sector 24, Gurugram, Haryana, India by Saumiabee

Renowned as the newest sensational restaurant in Gurgaon, this restaurant is offering three types of Navratri special food – Asian Bento Box, Indian Bento Box and European bento Box with combinations that will satisfy your hunger for exotic and yummy food. The Asian box contains food like rice paper roll, millet dumplings, seaweed salad, vegetarian sushi Roll, tofu teriyaki, yakisoba noodles, while the Indian box includes dishes like palak patte ki chaat, paneer roulade, and soya keema spring roll. The European box includes hummus & lavash, mini tostadas, potato and banana croquettes and corn cracker bruschetta, to mention a few.

Where: Cyberhub, Gurgaon

Cost: ₹599- ₹799

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Photo of Gastronomica, M Block, Greater Kailash I, Greater Kailash, New Delhi, Delhi, India by Saumiabee

Offering Indian dishes with a special twist using unique ingredients, you can make your all-vegetarian diet a lot of fun at Gastronomica. They offer Navratri special dishes like sago and quinoa bhelpuri, arbi and anardana galawat served with varqi and kuttu parantha. Apart from this, you can enjoy dishes like honey roasted pumpkin, sweet potato gnocchi, and Risotto to name a few.

Where: M Block, GK I

Cost: ₹249 onwards

Known for its quick bites, Chaayos too has introduced a Navratri special menu. Their delectable dishes includes kuttu paranthas, aloo sabzi and kuttu halwa. Alongside this thaali, you can also try their crispy sabudana tikki as a snack to go with tea.

Where: All outlets across Delhi/ NCR

Cost: ₹209 onwards

Loved for interesting food combinations and beautiful presentation even on uneventful days, Farzi cafe is every foodie's favourite go-to restaurant. For the auspicious event of Navratri, they have introduced an equally fascinating menu that includes sided like paneer roulade with aloo Reduction and chestnut pooris, plantain nuggets and sabudana pearls with a tamarind glaze, kuttu gnocchi and jackfruit papad, to name a few.

Where: All outlets across Delhi/ NCR

Cost: ₹350 onwards

Another innovative Navratri menu can be devoured at The Chatter House where they have introduced a thaali that is filled with goodness. This includes strawberry lassi, raw banana cutlet, potato bhaji, makhani kheer and fruit salad. Apart from this, you can also try their Navratri special burger sliders.

Where: Nehru Place, Khan Market

Cost: ₹325 onwards

Where: Outlets all across Delhi/ NCR

Cost: ₹425 onwards

This restaurant offers a full-fleged menu that will tease your taste-buds and yet, stays within the purview of a pure-vegetarian meal. Starters on this menu include sabudana tikki, aloo ki galauti, raw banana and paneer balls. The main course includes paneer methi malai, dahi aloo, prat ki kadhi and rice. For dessert, you can have kaddu ka halwa and sabudana chironji kheer.

Cost: ₹700 onwards

Where: Ashok Vihar, Phase II

Enjoy a Navratri-friendly meal in style at Roseate Hotels and Resort. The menu offers a rich variety of food inclusive of paneer panchratan, arbi shammi, aloo akhrot, dal dhokli, singhara atta pooris, samwat pulao, raita and kheer.

Where: NH 8, New Delhi

Cost: ₹1,800

The Navratri special menu is available till 19th October, 2018, so don't waste another day eating boring food at home. Head to one of these brilliant restaurants and feast on their delicious food!

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bhai Delhi ke bahar bhi duniya hai
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