6 Of Best Restaurants In Delhi For Ramadan 2016 Best Eateries

Ramadan fasts carry great importance and the fasts are even more delightful when broken with supreme eateries available at each corner and street of our Delhi. Let’s have a look at these 6 places in Delhi where Iftar specials are to be served with great pleasure.

1. Al Jawahar
#8, Jama Masjid Matia Mahal Road, Matia Mahal, Opp. Gate No. 1, Jama Masjid, New Delhi
Opening Hours: 7 AM – 12 Midnight
Cuisines: Mughali, North Indian

One of the most crowded restaurants in the city where Mughlai delicacies are served with great authenticity and pleasure. Surely the place to enjoy delicious food items after day-long Ramadan fast. Al Jawahar Biryani is a must-try dish at Al Jawahar.
Cost for 2: ₹ 600/- approximately

2. Changezi Chicken
3614, N.S.Marg, Daryaganj, New Delhi
Opening Hours: 12 Noon – 11 PM (Tue: 5 PM – 11 PM)
Cuisines: Mughlai North Indian

A Mughlai restaurant in Old Delhi that, probably, has not gained as much fame as other Muhglai-serving restaurants but it awesomely serves the true tastes of mouth-watering Chicken Changezi and Nihari.
Cost for 2: ₹ 650/- approximately

3. Ghalib Kebab Corner
#57, Ghalib Rd. Near Lal Mahal, Nizamuddin, New Delhi
Opening Hours: 12 Noon – 11:30 PM
Cuisines: Mughlai

Iftar is partial without Kebabs in the plates. True tastes of true Kebabs are to be found here at Ghalib Kebab Corner. Paired with numbers of breads – Khamiri and Sheermal – other Mughlai delicacies are not to be given a miss.
Cost for 2: ₹ 400/- approximately

4. Haji Shabrati Nihari Wale
722, Haveli Azam Khan, Chitli Qabar, Jama Masjid, Delhi
Opening Hours: 6 AM – 10 AM, 6 PM – 9 PM
Cuisines: Pakistani, Mughlai

Bestowing its special Nulli Nihari to all, the place in Old Delhi serves spot-on taste of Mughlai dishes with entire Pakistani flavour. Of course, fast for Ramadan deserves the break here.
Cost for 2: ₹ 250/- approximately

5. Karim’s
16, Gali Kababian, Jama Masjid, Delhi
Opening Hours: 11 AM – 11:30 PM
Cuisines: Mughlai, North Indian

The true gem of old Delhi since historical time, Karim’s has its fame outside India as well. All delicacies here deserve finger licking expressions but Chicken Stew, in particular, is most recommended dish to be tried at any cost.
Cost for 2: ₹ 850/- approximately

6. Old Famous Jalebi Wala
Dariban Kalan, Chandni Chowk, Delhi
Opening Hours: 8 AM – 10 PM
Cuisines: Mithai, Fast Food (Indian)

No Iftar is complete without sweet dish and thus, this Old Famous Jalebi Wala serves most of the delectable sweets in the busy street of Chandni Chowk. Jalebi, as suggests the name, is surely its specialty but other sweets and fast foods are also must-try.
Cost for 2: ₹ 250/- approximately

Iftar special eateries are on high buzz on the roads and streets of Delhi. So, where have you planned for today?