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Food Courts in Delhi

If you are short on time but still want to sample as many different varieties of food as possible in the shortest amount of time, then food courts offer a good choice. Fortunately, there are quite a few such places where you can have almost any kind of Indian food in clean surroundings at fairly decent prices. Although the food will not be the best, the convenience of finding so many varieties of food is hard to beat.

Some of the more famous food courts in Delhi are in Pragati Maidan, Dilli Haat, and Kingdom of Dreams. Additionally, there area few smaller food courts in less famous places like Garden of Five Senses. Almost every big mall has a floor, usually the top most, dedicated exclusively to food. A food court in general, will have a number of small stalls serving food from all corners from India and sometimes foreign too.

If for you a South Indian food place means a joint which serves the usual idli, dosa, uttapam, curd-rice kind of stuff, prepare to get surprised. You can find many more dishes from every south-Indian state which includes Kerala, Tamilnadu, Karnatka, and Andhra Pradesh, each with it’s own stall. Even the staff belongs to that particular state for that extra authentic touch. fish and rice dish, odiya food, Indian food courtsQuality of the food might differ from one place to another even in the same premises. For example, a particular state’s stall in INA Dilli Haat food court may serve some really good food, while it may be bettered by another state in Pitampura Dilli Haat. It’s hard to find the ‘best’ , but you can find fairly good samples of food once in a while if you are patient enough. That was just a general example, but we hope that you catch the drift.

Of course, food is not the only reason to visit these food courts, as these are some of the must visit places in city. Dilli Haats for example have handicrafts, traditional clothes, furniture and other knickknacks from all over India for sale all the year round. In addition a lot of cultural events like music shows, conventions etc. are held there all the year round. Dilli Haat for example, hosts Indian Comic Con, regional music fests, art exhibitions and much more. Similarly, Garden Of Five Senses has some really beautiful and interesting flora and artistic concepts. It too plays host to numerous cultural events through out the year. Although, our Delhi city walk or food tours don’t include visit to these food courts in general, because we try to keep the food experience as authentic as possible. We do try to include them in plan if guests asks for it or wishes to attend some event under progress.
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Agra Tours Panch Mahal, Fatehpur. Tour of agra Agra has been the most visited place in India for a long time due to its marvelous forts, tombs and of course the Taj Mahal. We customise the entire Agra tour circuit as per as your needs and tastes. Have you ever seen pictures of your friends and famous celebrities like Diana, Putin and many others along with their significant others sitting on a marble bench in front of Taj Mahal ? Well, this experience can be yours, if you contact and tell us what you have in mind for the Agra Tour. You can combine the Agra Tour with a Delhi Tour and get a custom tour of both the medieval as well as the modern capital of India. We also offer a alternative Golden triangle Delhi Agra Jaipur travel package to suit your needs. Another combination package is the Taj Mahal with Varanasi or Jaipur. We will arrange everything from car, flight, train, bus tickets to your comfortable stay in royal style in Rajasthan. For us, your comfort is the key to business.

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