8 Great Janpath Restaurants If You Want To Skip The Rush At Connaught Place!
Janpath is where we go to to get our haul of thrift clothes, jewellery, and more whenever we get the chance. But there are days when it’s just too hot or too rainy to stand outside to spend time in haggling with the vendors. We’re telling you about these great restaurants in Janpath where you can hide out on a day when you want to escape the sun or the pouring rain or the crazy traffic in Connaught Place.
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1. Cottage Cafe by Smoothie Factory
They’re one of the healthier options available in this part of town. Go here for their many varieties of multigrain waffles. They have flavours like Apple Cinnamon, Coconut Cranberry, Peanut Butter, and Caramel.
Head to Cottage Emporium, Janpath, New Delhi
Say hello at 011 33105543
Pay INR 650 for two people (approx)
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2. Masala Library
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The most luxurious fine dining restaurant that’s bending all the rules when it comes to presenting something as simple as Indian food, Jiggs Kalra’s Masala Library is only a few months old and people can’t still stop raving about it. Prepared to be wow with food presentation that’s out of this world, in a setting that makes you feel like you’re not in Delhi anymore.
Head to 21 A, Janpath, New Delhi
Say hello at 011 69400005, 011 69400006
Pay INR 5,000 for two people (approx)
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If the travel bug has bitten you big time, you would want to come here often. The motifs associated with being a traveller is embedded in every part of the decor, and the menu even looks like a passport! Indulge in food from the Far East, Southeast Asia, Europe, and the Far West and let them take your palate on a world tour with their food.
Head to 1, Scindia House, Janpath Road, Janpath, New Delhi
Say hello at 011 30806531
Pay INR 2000 for two people (approx)
4. The Masala Trail by Osama Jalali
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Osama Jalali’s brain child brings regional food from across the country at budget prices in a setting that lets you sit comfortably as you enjoy your food. No more do you have to worry about having unhygienic street food since this place takes care of that aspect very well. You could get a snack for as low as Rs 20 here, too!
Head to 52, Janpath, New Delhi
Say hello at 011 33106128
Pay INR 800 for two people (approx)
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5. Fresc Co.
This Italian restaurant remains as one of the great restaurants that have been here for as long as we can remember. The food is slightly expensive and the portions aren’t too huge, but you can get that fab buffet that they have during lunch and dinner. Perfect date-y place too.
Head to 78, Janpath, New Delhi
Say hello at o11 23322786, +91 9310020740
Pay INR 1900 for two people (approx)
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6. Saravana Bhawan
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They’re everyone’s first choice when it comes to getting yummy south Indian food. They’re who we go to when we’re aching for those mini idlis with delicious sambhar and chutney. There’s nothing to parallel it, really.
Head to 50, Janpath, New Delhi
Say hello at 011 23317755, 011 23322786
Pay INR 500 for two people (approx)
7. 52 Janpath
The warm and cosy interiors of the place are a hit with everyone who’s been here. This multi-cuisine restaurant is making everything from Gnocchi and Turkish Chello Kebabs to Khao Suey, Baked Salmon Steak, and more. You must go here if you’re looking to try something different.
Head to 52, Janpath, New Delhi
Say hello at 011 33105183
Pay INR 1550 for two people (approx)
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8. Cafe Southall
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This place should be next for your Friday-night haunt. With great ambience, music and food this place will give you that chilled out, relaxed vibe that you always are on the search for. They have a vast menu with great presentation and a good portion size too.
Head to 54, Tolstoy Lane, Janpath, New Delhi
Say hello at 011 33107852
Pay INR 1400 for two people (approx)
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