Today marks the first day of the 9-day festival of Navratri. It is one of the largest and most anticipated Hindu festivals, where people observe a fast for nine days. If you want to experience some of the delectable Navratri-specific delicacies but don't want to make them from scratch at home, we have got you covered. Some of these restaurants are well known in Delhi-NCR to try the famous Navratri thali.
Our thoughts immediately turn to their mouthwatering butter chicken when we hear the word "Gulati." However, this restaurant also offers one of Delhi's best Navratri Thalis. They serve delicious delicacies such as three main course dishes, sabudana Tikki, kuttu puri, varat papad, raita, dessert, and various other alternatives. Say goodbye to butter chicken for the next nine days and hello to the delectable sattvik dish.
Location | Gulati - Shop No 8, Near India Gate, Pandara Road Market
Our favourite restaurant for North Indian food is, without a doubt Punjab Grill. However, it offers a specially selected Navratri Thali that features dishes like Rajgira ki Puri, Samak ka Rice, Chironji ki Dal, Dahi wale Aloo, Kaddu ki Sabji, Khasta Arvi Chat, Aloo Singhara, Dahi Vada, and much more. Its culinary expertise is not only confined to opulent Punjabi mainstays. Go devour these mouthwatering sattvik treats while listening to Punjabi music in the background.
Location | Punjab Grill - Khan Market, Janpath, Select City Walk & Other Outlets
Bikanerwala is no less behind Haldirams when it comes to Navratri food. In their Navratri thali, you all will gorge on Sabudana Vada, Kuttu Ki Puri, Samak Ki Puri, Khatta Meetha Sitaphal, and a wide array of tempting options to full fill all your fast needs.
Location | Bikanerwala - Dwaraka, Janakpuri, Vasant Kunj & Other Outlets
Haldirams is known for its traditional and desi ghee preparations. Every year this place has a different menu for Navratri, loaded with lip-smacking food. Their thali includes Kuttu Koi Poori, Sabudana Papad, Makhane Ki Kheer and all things suitable for fasting. Haldirams special thali is an absolute must to try this festive season.
Where | Haldirams - CP, Dwarka, Janakpuri & Other Outlets
Kiyan at Roseate
Enjoy the 5-star ambience and exclusive Navratri thali at Kiyan in Roseate, Aerocity. There are dishes like Dal chironji, Kacche mirch ka paneer, Khubani ki chutney, Makhana kheer, Sabudana papad, Kuttu ki poori and more.
Location | Asset 10, Northern Access Rd, Aerocity
Mosaic - Crowne Plaza
They have a special Navratri menu that includes a number of additional mouthwatering dishes such as Tandoor Fruit Chaat Platter, Shakarkandi Chaat, Sabudana and Kaju Cutlets, and Kacche Kele Ke Kofte. As exceptional Navratri dessert alternatives, they also offer Sitafal Ka Halwa and Makhane Ki Kheer, which, to be honest, we would happily eat every day if we could.
Location| Mosaic - Crowne Plaza, Noida & Rohini
Sattvik, one of the best vegetarian restaurants in Delhi, offers a variety of delectable dishes and munchies. Therefore, it is not surprising that the restaurant is also creating its own Navratri thali. Their thali features a regal range of dishes, including Aloo Jeera, Sabudane Ki Kheer, and Singhare Ki Subzi. It perfectly captures the spirit of Navratri with its calm atmosphere and delectable meals.
Location | Sattvik - Saket District Centre, Sector 6, Pushp Vihar
Imly has raised the bar for the culinary scene in the city by introducing us Delhi residents to the exceptional fusion of classic and modern flavours. With a special thali for Navratri that will include Banana Chips Papdi Chaat, Paneer Makhani, Khatta Meetha Kaddu, Jeera Aloo, Sabudana Khichdi, Samvat Pulav, and much more, the restaurant is raising the bar.
Location | Imly - Rajendra Place, Karol Bagh & Other Outlets