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3 Lavish Navratri Thalis To Savor In Delhi


At the onset of summer, North India and parts of West and Eastern India celebrate what we call the Chaitra Navratri. This 9-day and 9 night-long festival is observed by worshiping the nine forms of the Mother Goddess. A 9-day fast accompanies the celebration and here are 3 restaurants in Delhi where you can head to for an ornate Navratri Thali.


  1. Fio Cookhouse

Epicuria Mall, R1, Nehru Place, Below Metro Station, New Delhi, Delhi-19 |011 26281026

Date: Fri, 8 April – Fri, 15 April

Cost: INR 699++

Celebrate Navratri at Fio Cookhouse with a specially curated platter featuring 9 delicacies for the festival. The dishes, prepared with utmost care and precision, boast of palatable flavors and traditional ingredients in dishes like Fruit Salad, Pineapple Raita, Sabudana & Peanut Tikki, Aaloo ki Launji, Yakhni Paneer, Pethe ki Sabzi, Kuttu Poori, Zeera Rice and Apple Kheer.


  1. Dhaba by Claridges

Dhaba, The Claridges, 12 A.P.J Abdul Kalam Road, New Delhi-11 | 011 39555000

Date: Fri, 8 April – Fri, 15 April

Cost: INR 1,695++

The ace North Indian restaurant in the heart of Delhi brings to you a special avratri menu rich in traditional recipes made with typical festive foods. With a menu that includes pecialties like singhade aate ki puri, sabudana papad, samak ghee bhat, aloo makhane ki bhaji, sookhi chatpati arbi, shakarkandi ki chaat and meethi lassi, this Dhaba will surely rope in even the non-fasters.


  1. Courtyard by Marriott

MoMo Café, Courtyard by Marriott, Plot no – 27 B, Sector Road, B Block, Sushant Lok 1, Sector 27, Gurgaon, 122002 | 0124 4888444

Date: Fri, 8 April – Sat, 16 April

Time: 12.30pm – 3.30pm; 6.30pm – 11.30pm

Cost: INR 850++

Executive Chef Amit Dash adds to the festive glory of Chaitra Navratri with a delicious Navratri Thali loaded with specially crafted delicacies like kuttu ki poori, samak ke chawal, jeera aloo ki sabji, kaddu ki sabji, sabudana papad, makhane wali kheer and lot more. Head over to the MoMo Café, Gurgaon and taste the best of this festival.


Happy Navratri!

Binge eater by day and binge watcher by night, Ankita is fluent in food, film, and Internet. When she’s not obsessing over the hottest trends, tacos, and the perfect author’s bio, you can find her under a pile of Jeffery Archer’s novels or looking for the nearest wine shop.