What’s Cooking in Delhi this Navratri?

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Navratri is around the corner and restaurants are gearing up to include delectable navratri dishes in their menu. Here are some restaurants where you can relish sumptuous festive dishes this Navratra in the capital city.
  • Kritika Agrawal Correspondent, Restaurant India
Navratri is around the corner and restaurants are gearing up to include delectable navratri dishes in their menu. Here are some restaurants where you can relish sumptuous festive dishes this Navratra in the capital city.

Navratra bowl at SodaBottleOpenerWala

SodaBottleOpenerWala, the quintessential Bombay-Irani Café and bar with all its idiosyncrasies in place, brings to you a special Navratra Bowl, to make your fasting days delicious. The concept is to eat Satvik, have millets, gluten-free healthy and delicious bowl.  Keeping in mind the strict food regimen and avoiding the use of select ingredients, the bowl has been curated to make your fasting days scrumptious yet healthy. The special Navratra Bowl consists of Sabudana Khichdi, Sukhi Masala Arbi, Aloo ki Sabzi, Vrat Ka Pulav, Cucumber and mint salad with Masala Makhana, Raw banana chips, and Pomegranate Raita.

Full couse thali at GR's Searock Cookhouse

Celebrate the homecoming of Goddess Durga this Navratri festival with this full-course Thali. It consists of special Navratra delicacies with a GR's Searock Cookhouse touch of bringing a bit of coastal experience with it. Sabudana Wade,

Shakarkandi & Roasted Coconut Chaat, Sabudana Makhane Kheer with Coconut & Dry Fruits and

Palm Jaggery Halwa from Tamilnadu are some of the dishes they have in their Navratri menu.


Navratra feast at Cafe Delhi Heights

Along with other devouring treats, here you can enjoy special Phalahari Kheer from UP too. Citrus Delights (combination of freshly squeezed oranges and lime, perfectly balanced with brown sugar), Joyous One by One, (a salad with green apples, cucumbers and tomatoes), Aloo chat, Sabudana Khichadi, Kuttu Ki Roti, and Pina Raita (creamy yoghurt with pineapple chunks) are some of the dishes they are serving.

 Chef Ashish Singh at Café Delhi Heights says, “People today look for something extra in terms of taste and variety when they go out during Navratri festival week. Café’s Thali is a perfect balance of innovation and classic flavours providing a complete meal. From Sabudana Khichdi that is eaten in Maharashtra to Aloo Chaat, a speciality from Rajasthan. We are also serving Phalahari Kheer from UP along with more devouring treats.”


Authentic festive meal at Pirates of Grill

Pirates of Grill is presenting the special Navratri Thali, where you can enjoy your Vrat food from starters like  Chips ki Chaat, Sabudana Papad, Kuttu ka Paneer Tikka, Samak ke Chawal ka Uttapam with Paneer, BhurjiChaulai ke Ladoo , and Sabudane ke Cutlet. The main course is a lavish luxe spread of Paneer Makhani,Vrat ke Dahi Aloo, Kuttu ki Poori, Kadhi Pakoda and Samak Rice Khichdi. The wholesome meal finishes strong with desserts like chilled fruit cream, mouth-watering Samak ke Chawaland rich Makhane ki Kheer.


Inderjeet Banga, founder of Pirates of Grill says, “Offering a one-of-its-kind wholesome meal at Pirates of Grill, we make sure Navratri fasters get to experience a feast never eaten before. With fresh ingredients, authentic flavours and aromatic spices we offer a spread that is lavish and a delight for all foodies.”  He further adds “Keeping the religious sentiments of people in mind, we also make sure to serve all this from different counter, colours of plates are marked vegetarian and we follow the complete fasting facts.”


A contemporary twist at Sawd Desh Videsh Ka


If you’re bored of your average Navratri food, then head to Swad for a lavish feast comprising of satiating dishes like crispy Aloo Palak ke Kuttu ke Pakode, tangy Shakarkandi ki Chaat and Singade ke Dahi Bhalle with a super exotic Food Platter.

Arbi ki Galouti with Anjeer ki Chutney, Haryali Paneer Tikka, Kache kele ke Kebabs to Soft and succulent Kandhari Dahi ke Kebabs are the dishes they have in starters. In main course they are offering Ajwaini Sitaphal, Vrat ki Kadhi, Rassedar Aloo, Kaju Machana along with some Sabudana Papad, Banana Chips, Sabudana Khichdi, Samak ke Chawal and Kuttu Poori. End the wholesome meal with chilled Makhane ki Kheer, Soft Sitaphal ka Ghiya and Swad Mithai Sampler.


Dinesh Arora, owner Swad Desh Videsh Ka adds “We always try to give our Navratri Menu the best possible contemporary makeover. With these lip smacking delicacies we make sure the offerings during the festival are a treat for all.”


24x7 thali at Imperfecto Shor Cafe

Fasting for Navratri and getting hungry at odd hours is not uncommon. Head to Imperfecto Shor Cafe to satisfy your hunger pangs. It is open 24x7; dishes such as Aloo Tamatar ki Sabzi, Sabudana ki Khichdi, Kuttu ki Roti, Cucumber Raita is available and to end on the sweetest note there is Samak ki Kheer.  


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