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Bukhara Restaurant
Price: Rs1500. Beer: Rs285
The Bukhara in the Maurya Sheraton, is widely known as the best place for Mughal and North-West Frontier specialties in Delhi. The food is delicious and lives up to its reputation– one highly recommended dish is the kastoori kebab, while the delicious dal makes a splendid addition to any meal. Customers sit on benches, at stylish low tables. The restaurant is very busy but still, the service is excellent.
Maurya Sheraton Hotel & Towers, Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi
Tel: (011) 611-2233. Fax: (011) 611-3333.
Web site: www.welcomgroup.com
 
Dhaba
Price: Rs750. Beer: Rs165
Dhaba, a popular restaurant in Claridges Hotel, serves Mughal or Northern Indian specialties. The food is outstanding and the restaurant less formal than some in the larger hotels. The atmosphere is more rustic, resembling a wayside tavern rather than a nawab’s dining room.
Claridges Hotel, 12 Aurangzeb Road, New Delhi
Tel: (011) 301-0211. Fax: (011) 301-0625.
Email: claridges.hotel@gems.vsnl.in
 
Gaylord
Price: Rs550. Beer: Rs125
Gaylord offers Mughal and Northern Indian cuisine in plush surroundings – armchairs, chandeliers and gilt mirrors – give the establishment a slightly somber feel, popular with predominantly male, middle-class and middle-aged clientele. The food is prepared in the traditional style, rich and filling – the nurg bharta is particularly good. Gaylord lends itself to the business lunch.
16 Regal Building, Connaught Place, New Delhi
Tel: (011) 336-0717 or 373-4677.
The Host
Price: Rs550. Beer: Rs125
A staid restaurant in Connaught Place, The Host offers Mughal and Chinese specialties to mostly Delhi businessmen and well-heeled tourists. The food is good if a little simple and, in the case of the Mughal dishes – bhuna murg, for example – filling and rich.
Lodhi Hotel, Lala Lajpai Rai Marg, New Delhi
Tel: (011) 436-4442.
 
Spice Route Price: Rs1300. Beer: Rs220
The Spice Route in The Imperial hotel offers high-quality Thai and South Asian food, in a restaurant adorned with antique, gaudily painted wooden pillars and panels. Even if the food were not delicious– crisp, spicy and fresh – it would still be worth eating here for the atmosphere alone. The tangy piquant vegetables stews, and oriental salads are particularly recommended.
The Imperial, Janpath, New Delhi
Tel: (011) 334-1234. Fax: (011) 334-2255.
Email: luxury@theimperialindia.com