5 Vegetarian Restaurants in Delhi – Stay Green
Veg food in Delhi
Our works provide enough breaks to our stomachs for some ‘nom nom ‘ exercises. We are a lovely bunch of fellows who coexist peacefully with non-vegetarians and vegetarian atmosphere in Delhi. Reason being that Delhi is a place where many hearts beat for the same things despite the different cultures, ethnicity, languages and lifestyle. If you’re a vegetarian and live here or just passing through the city, you should know that this place has a lot in store for you. After all, that’s the only lovely job I have as your food blogger to make you aware of your own style of food hotspots in and around the city and region. So, check out our favourite 5 vegetarian restaurants to enrich your Delhi experience.
GOVINDA’s, ISKCON Temple Complex, Sant Nagar, New Delhi-65
No 1. on our list of 5 vegetarian restaurants in Delhi is Govinda inside the ISKCON Temple complex, which provides a ‘divine’ dining experience. Govinda’s gives you an experience of lovely vegetarian food starting from its starters to the main course. Be sure to taste their Jalebi’s. A meal for two would cost approx Rs. 800.
SATTVIK, SELECT CITY WALK, SAKET
Select City Walk has one of our 5 vegetarian restaurants in the city. A heaven for the pure-north-Indian-vegetarian food, this place gives you an experience of good quality delicacies in your plates. All in all the food and the holistic experience this place is a full-on paisa-vasool costing around Rs. 1400 for two people.
THE PIANO MAN, BASANT LOK, VASANT VIHAR
The Piano Man offers simple, healthy and fabulous vegetarian food from around the world, with delectable desserts and sinful milkshakes, all accompanied by beautiful Jazz music. Try tasting their Margarita Tart and Blue Cheese Pizza and all these would cost only Rs. 1500.
SURUCHI RESTAURANT, KAROL BAGH
For a complete Indian Feel, their restaurant is a must visit which has a tagline “Eat like a King”. It gets you an unlimited Thali system where you can get your thali refilled as many times as you like. The options for the thali are various from Gujarati to Rajasthani, south Indian to what not!! Suruchi will cost you Rs. 500 for a meal of two.
Last but not the least…
EVERGREEN SWEET SHOP, MAIN MARKET, GREEN PARK
Operating since 1963, this place is surely an evergreen experience one can ever have in Delhi. Besides their sweets and savouries, it has a multi-cuisine vegetarian menu with North Indian, Chinese, South Indian cuisines pleasing all. A meal for two would cost approximately Rs. 500.
Enjoy & Happy Eating!