Anidra is a slick, sprawling, schizophrenic space: the décor here is confused, with a section that looks like a college bar.
Little Yellow Box, is a new home bakery based in Dwarka.
Dzukoü felt like a new friend’s flat, who had just cooked for us on their terrace, the climb was worth it.
The décor of the restaurant is more reminiscent of an English smoking club than a bistro. European Union, indeed.
Coming up in Sector 10 is lebua, a luxury hotel chain from Bangkok and New Zealand.
Shirani Mehta’s desserts are unapologetically rich. There’s curvy cupcakes, well-rounded roulade and intensely creamy ganache.
Smoke House Room kicks off a "Rapid" menu, where for two weeks you can get a three course meal, along with amuse bouche, soup, petit fours and tea/coffee, all for Rs 1,500.
This new eatery features Spartan décor and Japanese, Chinese, Thai and Korean cuisines.
This new restaurant serves up delish pizza and salads, as well as a nice selection of other Italian dishes. Benvenuto!
People’s Café in the Village is a good place to conduct an anthropological experiment. Just don’t go there to eat.
Mumbai's favorite seafood restaurant washes up on Delhi's shores. We haul (b)ass to get there!
On The Water swims into the Aman New Delhi with blonde and pastel colouring, multi-cuisine menu and a bare-it-all open kitchen.