5 Restaurants serving Navratri thalis in Delhi that will have you craving for more!
To everyone who thinks the nine fasting days of Navratri comes with not-so-interesting sabudana food; this list of restaurants serving thalis is going to make you very happy! So, turn your fast into an extravagant feast this festive season!
The Imperial at Janpath, Connaught Place, is offering a broad range of items on their Navratri special thali. Find your way to this restaurant to savor their Jeera Aloo, Pethe ki Sabzi, Samak ki Khichdi, Kuttu ke Pakode and Poori, and much more. The cost per person for the thali is Rs. 2500 plus taxes.
Sanadige’s Navratri special thali is a complete 3-course meal inclusive of welcome drinks, all at Rs. 999. Starting with appetizers like Sweet Potato Chaat and Arbi Pakoda, the next to follow is the main course that consists of Kadu ki Sabzi, Jeera Aloo, Sabudane ka Papad, Anar ka Raita, Aloo Tamatar ki Sabzi, and Sabudana Khichdi. Lastly, the delicious meal at this Chanakyapuri-based restaurant ends with mouth-watering desserts like Elaneer Payasam and Freshly Chopped Fruits.
Gastronomica’s enticing Navratri special menu includes all things unique – ranging from Quinoa Bhelpuri to Sago, Anardana Galawat to Arbi, Kuttu Parantha and Varqi. Not only that, but they also serve Celery and Cinnamon Cold Soup, Sumac Rice Risotto with Asparagus, Sweet Potato Gnocchi, Mishti Doi Panna Cotta, Buckwheat Flour Tacos, and more.
Imly’s Navratri menu is not the kind served at other restaurants – everything here is unique and yet delicious. Right from Sabudana Chaat, Kachhe Kele ki Shami, Popcorn Paneer, to Ari Kadhi, there’s nothing you’ve probably tasted elsewhere, and I assure, you won’t be left disappointed here. They even incorporate three types of vegetables, raita, desserts, Khichdi, and poori in the thali. Drop by at one of their outlets soon!
Grab for yourself a truly social-media worthy and palatable Navratri feast at this Irani café this festive period. Soda Bottle Opener Wala is serving up popular dishes like Sabudana Kheer, Khattu Meethu Kaddu, Gwarfali Cutlet, and much more, to make these nine days all the more special.
So, hit up these restaurants for special Navratri meals if you are in and around Delhi!