Yes it is completely true! Eating out in Delhi is nothing short of taking a countrywide tour of India - from coast to coast, mountains to plains, valleys to islands. To top it all, even international flavors are available to sniff and taste in the city of Delhi. What's keeping you then from venturing on tours to Delhi and reveling in a plethora of cuisines that are waiting for you?
You can choose from Indian, Mughali, Punjabi, Rajasthani, Bengali, South Indian, Kashmiri, Goan and North East Indian cuisines and beverages that are easily available in many leading restaurants and hotels. These eating joints also offer Continental, Chinese, Thai, Mexican, Mediterranean and Italian recipes to make your eating out in Delhi experience a satisfactory one.
Another place where you can catch a comprehensive glimpse of the culinary variety in India is Delhi Haat. Besides multi specialty restaurants, there are specialty restaurants in Delhi where you get authentic flavors amidst ethnic décor.
If your taste buds get overloaded with too many flavors or your stomach refuses to oblige your heart's desire, opt for a fast food snack at McDonalds, Pizza Huts and their Indian clones. Some of the popular places for eating out in Delhi where fast food is concerned are Giani di Hatti (Church Mission Road), Mashoor Chole Bature Lassi Wale (Chandni Chowk) and Mughal Darbar(Jama Masjid)
Pan Asian (Hotel Marriot), Govinda's (Iskon Temple Complex) and TK's (Hyatt Regency) are some of the popular places where multi-cuisines are concerned. For North Indian food you can choose from Bukhara and Dum Pukht (ITC Maurya Sheraton Hotel), The Great Kebab Factory (Radisson Hotel) and Parantha Junction (Karol Bagh). Brasserie (The Imperial Hotel), Le Belvedere (Le Meridien) and Orient Express (Taj Palace Hotel) make for a great eating out in Delhi experience where European and Mediterranean food is considered.