Diwali 2023: 11 Restaurants In Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru To Have A Delicious Diwali Feast!

by Tejashee Kashyap
Diwali 2023: 11 Restaurants In Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru To Have A Delicious Diwali Feast!

The Diwali festive menus offered by restaurants are a culinary journey that reflects the rich diversity of Indian cuisine. These menus incorporate a wide range of flavours, textures, and aromas that tantalise the taste buds and bring back nostalgic memories of festive gatherings. These menus are a delightful blend of traditional Indian cuisine and innovative culinary creations, designed to enhance the spirit of Diwali. Here are the restaurants to explore in Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru:

Mumbai:

1. Rasotsav

 

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With Diwali fast approaching, Rasotsav’s “Deepotsav,” a culinary celebration, takes the stage! There is an array of traditional and delicious meals that encapsulate the spirit of this festive event from November 10th to November 15th. The well-chosen menu includes dishes like Rasmalai, delicious Dryfruit Moongdal Halwa, Dal Nirvana, and Rajasthani Kaju Masala.

Where: Rasotsav, Mumbai and Bangalore outlets
When: November 10th to 15th
Cost: ₹1,400 for two people (approx.)

2. Legume

 

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There are many tasty and nourishing one-bowl meal alternatives available on the menu. Their vegetarian menu offers cuisine from a whole other world. Motivated by the desire of plant-based consumers. Legume’s chef Prabhu has created a menu with a variety of curries from around the world. There are also Jain-friendly foods available, along with Thai curry, Khao Suey, West Indian cottage cheese fajitas, Chettinad rice bowls, Stroganoff noodles bowls, and many more dishes that are prepared in the kitchen.

Where: S/03-04, Second Floor, High Street Phoenix Mall, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel
When: 11 am to 11 pm
Cost: ₹1,000 for two people (approx.)

3. Pritam Da Dhaba


Pritam Da Dhaba is the ideal location whether you’re organising a Diwali get-together with loved ones, a business Diwali dinner, or a special evening for yourself. With mouthwatering North Indian cuisine, such as Dal Makhani, Pindi Chole, and Hara Bhara Kabab, these dishes will make your Diwali celebration unforgettable and leave you craving more!

Where: Juhu & Dadar outlets
When: 11 am–12 am
Cost: ₹1,200 for two people (approx.)

4. Seeds Of Life

 

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Enjoy guilt-free dining at Seeds of Life to really embrace the spirit of Diwali! Amid the merrymaking and lavish feasts, their menu is packed with healthful treats, such as vibrant and filling salads, bowls full of protein, and mouthwatering sandwiches. They provide a large selection of pasta dishes in addition to hearty bowls like Thai curry and Asian bowl. The ideal guilt-free treats to round off your dinner are their Hazelnut Pull-up Cake and Cookie Sundae.

Where: Bandra and Juhu outlets
When: 11 am–11 pm
Cost: ₹950 for two people (approx.)

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5. Napoli By Shatranj


This Diwali, Shatranj’s Napoli is a magnificent celebration of unity and deliciousness. We serve a delectable lunch menu featuring beautifully cooked Italian dishes made with the finest ingredients. Among these are delectable pasta meals and freshly baked flatbreads. Taste the classic Chicken Napoli, which features a lovely blend of rice and sautéed vegetables, or the flavorful Tagliatelle Lamb Ragu. Savour the sophisticated Mora Mio and Bella Rosa cocktails to pair with your meal, or discover the world of dessert cocktails with Melodia di Caffe and Pavarotti’s Passion. The delectable Chocolate Duo and Churros Spirale round off your amazing gastronomic trip and provide a memorable and satisfying dinner.

Where: 12 Union Park, 1st Floor, off Carter Road, Khar West
When: 12–4 pm, 7 pm–1 am
Cost: ₹2,400 for two people (approx.)

Delhi:

6. Kakapo

 

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Kakapo’s expertly designed world cuisine menu is about to take diners on a delicious international culinary adventure that will transcend all boundaries. Additionally, on Diwali, savour a variety of delectable meals including Pecking Duck, Burrata Chaat, and Peruvian Chicken Skewers.

Where: Ambawatta One Complex, Mehrauli, Delhi
When: 12 pm – 1 am
Cost: ₹3,000 for two people (approx.)

7. Khatirdari

 

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Situated in the city centre, it invites visitors to savour the varied and rich tastes of Indian food while exhibiting true “khatirdari” and the art of hospitality. The menu features a variety of classic and modern dishes that are made with ingredients that are sourced locally and with real spices. The atmosphere is ideal for any dining occasion since it finds a balance between contemporary sophistication and traditional Indian aesthetics.

Where: Sector 137 Noida
When: 8 am–11:30 pm
Cost: ₹1,300 for two people (approx.)

8. NAO


You can feast on the new cuisine at NAO, Next Asian Outing, in time for Diwali. It can be your next stop if you’re looking for real Asian cuisine with a modern touch. A symphony of flavours that suit every palate can be found on the menu. Thai curries, Japanese katsu and sushi, Burmese khow suey, thin sheet dim sum, and open-faced baos are among the delicacies that patrons can enjoy. Along with creative fusion-inspired meals, the menu offers Thai avocado salad and Asian chilli burrata. Dan Dan Noodles, Bacon Kimchi Fried Rice, Korean Fried Chicken, and Customizable Stone Bowls are a few of the must-try foods.

Where: M Block, M-40,First Floor, Market, Part-2, Greater Kailash
When: 12 pm–12 am
Cost: ₹1,700 for two people (approx.)

Bengaluru:

10.  M Cafe

Celebrate the bright festival of lights at M Cafe, Bengaluru Marriott Hotel Whitefield, with traditional cuisine merged with the rich traditions of Diwali to create an all-day eating experience. Chef Vinay has lovingly created a unique Diwali meal that promises to take you on a gastronomic tour of Indian cuisine. Every dish will be a delightful treat to your senses, from delectable Indian delicacies that evoke the spirit of the festival like Banarasi Samosa Chaat, Rajasthani kadhi kachori, Saoji mutton, Sarso ka saag Makke ki roti, Gulab Jamun ki Sabzi, to decadent sweets like Mawa Bati, Kesari Malpua, and much more that are the very essence of Diwali celebrations.

Where: Plot No 75, 8th Rd, Whitefield
When: 13th & 14th November; From 7 PM
Cost: ₹3,500 for two people (approx.)

11. White Garden

 

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Bengaluru, India’s White Garden is a stylish vegetarian artisanal restaurant that is modernising Indian food. Renowned chefs Krishna Khetle and Sanjoy Dhali have designed the menu at White Garden. They bring their experience to the table with dishes like Sicilian lasagna, asparagus and water chestnut dim sum, pesto paneer pizza, and more. Tandoor Zhol Momo Soup is a unique Tibetan momo soup with Tandoori spices.

Where: 425, 2nd Block, 7th Main, 80 ft. Road, HRBR Layout, Kalyan Nagar, Bengaluru
When: 12–4 pm, 7–11 pm
Cost: ₹1,600 for two people (approx.)

So, which of these are you heading first?

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