It is a nine-day festival celebrated by Hindus with all the nine days representing the nine manifestations of the powerful and benevolent Goddess Durga. It is the most auspicious period to perform devotional sadhanas and perform the Navratri puja.
As the devotees turn completely vegetarian during these days, with no onions, garlic in their food, they look for places offering special Navratri Thali with vegetables cooked just the right way for the fasting period. The Navratri Thali contains food items such as Sabudana Khichdi, Singade ke Pakode, Sabudana Wada, Sitafal, Kuttu Ki Puri, Soma Rice, Shrikhand, Kele ki Sabzi and Sabudana Khichdi to satiate those taste-buds.
So, here we bring you some of the best options for Navratri Thali in New Delhi!
DLF Emporio & The Chanakya
This Navratri, fast with fervor as DLF Emporio & The Chanakya. celebrate the festive affair with a contemporary twist! A global whirlwind of satvik flavors, the Chefs at SET’Z, MKT & Cha Shi introduce a special thali curation of not one, but three different cuisines to choose from – Oriental, Coastal and North Indian from 29th September – 7th October 2019.
Experience a delectable spread of specials like Anar Raita, Kuttu Puri, Sabudana Papad and Kheer in the North Indian treats,
Cantonese Tong Sui Soup, Crispy Fried Lotus Stem, Tossed Asian Greens, Lemon Grass Rice in the Oriental delicacies
and Kadala Manga Sala, Samak Pulao, Paneer Moilee, Kuttu Masala Dosa and Pappali Halwa for a Coastal journey.
Where: SET’Z @DLF Emporio (INR 950 plus taxes) and MKT @The Chanakya (INR 750 plus taxes)
Navratri is here! Chefs at AnnaMaya has curated the Navratri Thali with ingredients, which are grown naturally. With the concept of Eating Mindful, we are offering dishes like Kottu poori, Sago wada, Samak rice and more from Sunday, 29 September – Monday, 7 October at INR 1250 plus taxes.
Where: Asset No.1, Aerocity, New Delhi
Come and celebrate the Navratra Food Festival from October 10-18 at Gulati Restaurant. Tickle your taste buds with our delectable Navratra Khas Thali & Navratra Platter. Feast on some of the mouth-watering delicacies from our special Navratras Menu prepared without onion & garlic. Veg Buffet Lunch is also available at Rs 779 + taxes per person, apart from regular A’la carte menu.
Where: 6, Pandara Road Market, New Delhi
Cost for Two: INR 1200
Hilton Garden Inn Saket
The festive season of Navratri is here, and it is time for both revelry and fasting. This festival is celebrated differently in different parts of India but one thing that binds us all together is fasting for the divine goddess Durga, to invoke the energy of mother goddess and purify the body and mind. At India Grill, The Navratri menu accommodates an array of exotic dishes which includes:- Arbi Ke Kabab, Kacche Kele ke Kabab, Banana Walnut Lassi, Makhana Kheer.
Relish in the festive spirit. Feel the divinity in flavours and satiate your taste buds with our Navratri Special Thali at India Grill from 29th September to 7th October.
Where: A4, DLF Place, Saket District Centre, New Delhi
Price for Two: INR 2500
The season of festivities and celebrations is around the corner. Delve into the authentic Thali as Edesia, the multi-cuisine restaurant at Crowne Plaza Today New Delhi Okhla is serving lip-smacking satvik flavours
this Navratri. Navratri ke rang…#Crowne Plaza Today ke sang!
Celebrating the season of festivity, we are offering the most sumptuous delicacies.
Love traditional food? #Edesia will feast you with Navratri Thali Classics
Wanna go with new experiments? #ChaoBella is waiting for you with Navratri version 2.0
Relish the classic fare which includes Shakarkandi ki chat, Khatta Meetha Kaddu, Paneer Makhane ki Subzi, Aloo ki subzi and Samak ke Chawal served with Aloo ka raita, singhare/kuttu atta poori &
Sabudana papad. Complete your meal with a refreshing sweet lassi, Sabudana Kheer and fresh cut fruits.
In the era of remixes and fusions, classic and traditional should never go out of fashion!
Where: Crowne Plaza, New Delhi Okhla
Cost for Two: INR 1200
Fasting or Feasting? You wont know the difference with our special NavratrI Thali. Priced at Rs. 1025 per person, from Sun, 29 September 2019 – Sun, 06 October 2019 · 12:00 pm – 11:30 pm.
Where: Bikaner House, Pandara Road, India Gate New Delhi
Cost for Two:
Where: A 7/8, Kailash Park, Near Metro Pillar 326, Kirti Nagar, New Delhi
Cost for two: INR 1600
Band Baaja Baraat, Rajouri Garden
Band Baaja Baaraat has come up with its special Navratri Thali which includes dishes like Paneer Tikka, Tandoori Pineapple, Jeera Aloo, Kuttu Puri and more at Rs 299 and if this wasn’t enough, you can ask for extra pooris or sabzi for Rs 29. You can also opt for the buffet spread.
Where: A-6 Ground Floor, Vishal Enclave, Rajouri Garden
Cost for Two: INR 1200
Begin the festivities with the specially curated Navratri Thali at Punjab Grill, which is situated at multiple locations across Delhi. A sumptuous spread will be offered that will include delicacies like kacche kele ki tikki, ramdana crusted paneer roll, kheere ke pakode ki kadi, and chironji ki dal among others. Desserts will comprise of kesari rasmalai and doodh ka halwa.
Where: Punjab Grill, Delhi NCR (Khan Market, Pacific Mall, Starling Mall, Ambience Mall, Select City Mall)
Cost for two: INR 1200
The Sweets and savouries experts manage to entice patrons even during Navratras. They offer a special navratra thali in addition to falahari snacks, chaat, namkeens and beverages.
Where: Worldmark 1, Aerocity, Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi
Cost for Two: INR 1500
Navratri is a time to rejoice and revel. For many, it is also the time for the yearly holy fast. For the cities foodies, it spells the annual feast at .Khandani Rajdhani as they unveil special vrat delicacies for Navratri from 29 September-7 October 2019.
Cost for two: INR 1000
Nobody can forget Haldiram’s when it comes to having a navratri thali. Their thali has a typical indian taste and includes chute koi poori,sabudana papad,makhane ki kheer and all thing suitable for fasting.
Where: Multiple Haldirams Outlet
Cost: INR 450
Dhaba – The Claridges
According to the Hindu calendar Navratra- the festival of nine nights is dedicated to Goddess Durga and her nine forms. The festival is celebrated with true devotion and purity all over the country in various ways & is a symbol of good triumphs over evil.
During these nine-days, many people refrain from eating non-vegetarian food, onion, garlic and ginger. However, this is also a season to have fun with friends and family & to welcome happiness and prosperity into our homes and lives with a massive vegetarian feast! So have an advantage of this festival & turn your fasting into feasting at our Indian speciality restaurant DHABA where our skilled Chef has created a Thali keeping in consideration the religious beliefs during the festival.
When: 10 October 2018 – Thu, 18 October 2018 · 12:30 pm – 11:30 pm
Where: The Claridges, 12, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Road, Aurangzeb Road, New Delhi