Flaunt the Check-ins of Some of the Best Restaurants of Delhi

What could not be a better meal for foodies than eating at the finest restaurants in Delhi. But we cannot call our lunch or dinner a meal unless we click pictures and put check-ins on our social media to show off the restaurant we have explored.  After all we spent a lot of our money, and a little show off would not harm. Here is a list of some restaurants in Delhi to eat you’d want to check-in at, on Facebook.

Tamra, Shangri La, Delhi


Tamra is one of the prestigious and largest multi cuisine restaurants in Delhi, hallmarked with Shangri-La’s hospitality. Tamra has an appealing ambiance with large windows looking over the Shangri La’s lawns and poolside area depending on where you’re seated. These five stars—Chefs Jungha Choi (Japanese), David Leung (Chinese), Nattasak (Thai) Martin Bracker (European) and Ravi Kumar (Indian) — command their own live-theatre kitchens and makes delectable food you will remember throughout your whole life.

Pluck at Pullman, Aerocity


The ultimate fine-dining, Pluck at the Pullman hotel presents a seasonal and delicious food to table menu, with the freshest ingredients sourced from their in-house herb garden. They are the only restaurant in Delhi-NCR to have their own in-house, vegetable and herbs garden. This restaurant serves modern Indian and contemporary European. They are also one of the very few Indian restaurants to serve amuse bouche—to offer a glimpse into the chef’s approach to the art of cuisine.

Cherie, Mehrauli


Nestled deep within the Qutub Minar complex, Cherie is a French, Continental restaurant, which will remind you of the charming and sophisticated cafes in Southern France. With wine bottles hanging off rooftops, lights glittering through the large French windows, candlelit seating, and food that’ll transport you to a European afternoon by the sea, this is the place you would want to flaunt on your social media. They also have a beautiful outdoor seating arrangement and yes, they serve one of the best crème brûlée in Delhi.

Prankster, Sector 29, Gurgaon


A relatively new entrant in Gurgaon Sector 29, Prankster is set like a campus. Head to Prankster to relive memories of your good old school, college or hostel days. The largest restaurant in Gurgaon, this campus is an innovative restaurant of the best days of our student life, complete with a library, hostel room, benches, stools, comfy scootys. The food and signature cocktails of this restaurant includes Pan Pasand Mojito, Beer Waali Maggi, Masala Chai Sour.

Lakhori Restaurant at Haveli Dharmapura


People flock to Chandni Chowk for wedding shopping or its Paranthe-wali-Gali, Kebabs at Karim’s, Chaat and more, but did you know that hidden amidst the culinary hub, is a refurbished haveli turned into a fine-dining restaurant? Lakhori – Haveli Dharmapura, where you can dine in real Old-Delhi style and can also get the Chandni Chowk feel and indulge in the savoury flavours of Delhi’s delicacies. If you’re there on a weekend, you can enjoy the graceful Kathak performance with your meal.

Circus, South Ex 2


Circus’ vast colourful open space immediately creates an environment for an informal evening with family and friends. Whether it’s the kinky décor or the delicious global fusion cuisine inspired by street-food and presented in innovative styles, anyone can find their style at Circus. As you dig into the Hyderabadi Kadhi Pakora or the Pork Vindaloo, don’t miss the rooftop views of South Delhi along with the live music and the brightly lit high ceilings.

Hard Rock Cafe, Saket


The name of this cafe speaks for itself. This place has been a hit amongst all the age groups and still continues to live up to its name. Hard Rock Cafe is one of the best music and dining destinations across NCR. Watching a popular Indie or Rock artist performing a live gig on the in-house stage is an everyday thing. This legendary American lounge keeps up with the chain name by offering perfect ambience, music, dining and wining and is one of those places where a person even in a dull mood will leave the cafe with a huge smile.

Written By: Srishti Parmar