Come Navratri, dinner outings take a hit. Blame it on the changed dietary requirements of the group as well as a lack of available dining out options. This navratri season though, we have curated a range of options depending on whether you are fasting or just on a no-meat diet. Here’s some of TheLabMag’s top picks for Navratri-friendly places in Delhi NCR.
Navratri-friendly places to try in Delhi NCR
Promising a sensory journey with a range of satvik dishes, AnnaMaya, the modern food hall at Andaz Delhi offers a special Navratri menu. The menu comprises two delectable satvik thalis, available from October 15, 2023 till October 24, 2023. It is made exclusively with ingredients grown naturally and sourced locally, and features nine dishes including kuttu puri, sago vada and samak rice.
If you are looking for an unconventional vegetarian option that is equal parts delicious and hearty, look no further because we have got the perfect recommendation for this. Burma Burma, known for its authentic Burmese cuisine, is offering a limited edition menu, ‘Vacation in Yangon!’ A wide range of dishes will take you through the delicious streets of Yangon with dishes like mandalay mee shay, icha koi & white pea mash, malai palata, and more. The best part though is the fact that the food is so good that you won’t even find yourself missing meat.
The perfect option for those looking for vegetarian or vegan food that is guilt-free and also has gluten-free options, Greenr offers your favorite dishes with an amped up healthy twist. From their Baja black bean nachos to tiramisu made with a ragi sponge cake, coconut milk and vegan vanilla mascarpone to Austin smoked jackfruit Earth bowl, there is just so much to try, and about everything for everyone.
Set against the backdrop of serene lush green views, Latest Recipe’s special Navratri thali is a gastronomic celebration you won’t want to miss. Offering kuttu ki papdi chaat, beetroot sabudana ki tikki, samak rice, and crispy kuttu ki puri, the thali is a perfect balance of textures. The meal culminates with two delightful sweets doodh dulari, a creamy dessert that melts in your mouth and lauki ka halwa, a traditional sweet made from bottle-gourd.
Known for cooking some of the most delicious South Indian and coastal food in town, Sanadige is celebrating the Navratri season with a special thali this year. Packed with an assortment of authentic dishes, their thali features a wide variety of starters and main course preparations, including sabudana khichdi, samak rice, kuttu puri and a toothsome dessert.
Nestled in Select Citywalk Mall, Saket, Sattvik is a fine dining restaurant known for its vegetarian food preparations. Especially during Navratri, their vegetarian thali feels like nothing short of pure bliss for all those looking for delicious food. From makki di roti and sarson da saag, dal halwa to grilled malai broccoli, paneer moksha to paan ice cream, rose kulfi, and paneer Jaisalmeri, their dishes are an irresistible feast during the Navratri season.
SOCIAL is popular not just for their cocktails but also for their trademark touch that is a spin on well-known dishes that we all love. Their Navratri offerings are no different. While their Navratri special ‘Nine Nights Menu’ does include traditional favorites like kuttu paneer pakoda and Navratri khichdi, they also offer spins like sabudana and water chestnut vada and potato and raw banana tikki with banana chips, among others.
Gulati, a go-to nostalgic hub for those craving kebabs, paneer tikkas and dal makhani, brings in the perfect hearty offering for its special Navratri menu too. They offer around 49 options, consisting of kebabs and chaat, to preparations like paneer malai tikka and sanwak ki papdi chaat and Navratri platters like Vrat Ka Khazana and Chaat platter, as well as Navratri special bread, rice and beverages.