Top 5 Lavish Places to Have Kebabs & Eat Like a King
Delhi-ites and Kebabs share a very historical & special relationship. Our rich food history is seldom told without a mention of Kebabs. Not only do these soft, tender & flavorful chunks rule the culinary street of Old Delhi, these have a very special in Delhi’s Luxury Fine Dining Culture. So here are the 5 Lavish Fine Diners that’ll serve you the most lip smacking kebabs.
K3 itself means 3 world kitchens. This means that you will get an option of 3 rich and delightful world cuisines at this restaurant in Delhi’s JW Marriott Hotel. One of these kitchens at K3 is
dedicated to Indian & Mughlai Food. This is where you can get your hands on the softest, the
most flavourful Galouti Kebabs prepared specially by a Quereshi Chef from Lucknow. Don’t
forget to get a nice Varqi Parantha and some mint chutney with your Galouti Kebabs.
The name of this wonderful Restaurant itself has the word ‘Delhi’. Here you can explore the gems of ‘Dehlnavi Cuisine’. One of these gems is a juicy mutton kebab called Seekh Mirza. It has a nice spicy & smoky flavor and is made on a charcoal grill.
Barah Dari means a courtyard where a community meets. This newly re-opened restaurant is all about the authentic taste of Puraani Dilli. The Chefs here actually come from Chandni Chowk everyday. Not only do they have spicy and creamy signature dish called Chicken Bara Darhi, they also serve one of my most favorite Vegetarian Kebab, the Paneer Seekh Kebab. The paneer kebabs have a range of flavors ranging from Sweet to spicy and a texture that melts in the mouth. Don’t forget to fill your plate with a generous drizzle of mint chutney and fresh onions.
Baluchi is an experience itself, the restaurant traces India’s food history by tracing the revolutionary path of the historic GT Road. They serve the best and the most hearty charcoal grilled Mutton Chapli Kebabs. The firm texture of the kebabs binds the flavors really well and the smokey flavor coming from the charcoal grill does wonders for the taste buds. They also serve a very interesting Dahi and Peanut (Shing Dana Kebab) that has a creamy texture and the subtle sourness of curd balanced by the crispiness and the sweetness of crushed peanuts.