Sanjeev Kapoor Launches New Restaurant In Delhi’s Preet Vihar For An Elevated Dining Experience

by Suchismita Pal
Sanjeev Kapoor Launches New Restaurant In Delhi’s Preet Vihar For An Elevated Dining Experience

The Yellow Chilli, the restaurant brand of Sanjeev Kapoor, has launched a new outlet in East Delhi’s Preet Vihar with lavish interiors inspired by the rich Indian tradition. The restaurant is an amalgam of royalty, class and contemporary designs. The menu here essentially comprises North Indian fare. You may treat your palate to delectable dishes like Dum Gosht Biryani, Lalla Mussa Dal, Shaam Savera and Amritsari Machhi at this restaurant.

Sanjeev KapoorRelish Indian Food With A Regal Touch

The Yellow Chilli has 70 outlets globally and 6 of them are in Delhi NCR. The restaurant at Preet Vihar has arc-style chambers for private dining with intricate motifs on the walls. The entrance is inspired by a traditional chabutra. A vivacious fawara aggravates the elegance of the place. Bearing a hue of teal, The Yellow Chilli, Preet Vihar is an ode to India’s legacy and can offer an unparalleled dining experience. The restaurant also has a spectacular Taj Mahal-inspired Bar station.

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The Dishes Are Affordably Priced

Speaking about the new venture, Sanjeev Kapoor said, “ We at Yellow Chilli are pleased to announce our rapid expansion strategy, which is primarily aimed at elevating the brand towards a higher level. The brand currently operates 70 outlets all together and now plans to expand by launching 22 + new restaurants globally in near future.” Despite being owned and curated by a celebrity chef, the restaurant offers its dishes at reasonable prices to make them accessible to the average Indian population. So, if you are planning a wholesome, affordable, yet high-quality dining experience within the city,  The Yellow Chilli is the place to be!

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