Best Restaurants In Central Delhi For Just Rs 500 per Person

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10 best restaurants in central Delhi, you can enjoy delicious food for only 500 rupees per person.

Central Delhi is the heart of Dilli and is the hub of marketing. Therefore, there are often gourmets everywhere. But who said that to eat delicious food here, you need to burn your pockets?

Dilwalon ki Dilli offers many options for all budgets, be it on the street, local restaurants, or high-end venues. So for all of us run-down lads, this is one of the top ten restaurants in central Delhi which will take your hunger away for 500 rupees!

10 Best Restaurants In Central Delhi under Rs 500

1. Sita Ram Diwan Chand (Chuna Mundi )

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Dili and the Coward: A Beautiful Love Story, Sita Ram Diwan Chand (Chuna Mundi) has played Cupid since 1970. Located in Paharganj, a hippie backpacker enclave in Delhi, it is a very popular food festival where foodies hang out all day.

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It definitely fits its reputation as a legendary outlet, because bile is just right for having a moderate tangled feeling, which makes the tongue itch and refreshes the inner self. The hot smoky smell and the soup are a treat for your taste buds!

Where: 2243, Rajguru Marg, Chuna Mandi, Paharganj, New Delhi, Delhi 110055

Time: Mon-Fri 8Am to 5Pm

Cost : Rs 100 only

2.Kake Da Hotel

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Since 1931, Kake Da Hotel has been one of the most famous shops in Delhi, attracting many tourists with its rich butter chicken. They also claim to be the best Keema Kaleji in town. Oh, are you a vegetarian?

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Don’t worry, because their Dal Makhani and Shahi Paneer are must-have dishes. In other parts of CP, you won’t be able to enjoy proper North Indian cuisine at such an affordable price.

Where :Capita Hotel-Municipal Market, Connaught Circle, CP

Timings | Call from 12 noon to 12 at night | +91 11 2341 1580 price |

Cost : 300 rupees.

3.Qureshi Kabab Corner

At Qureshi Kabab Corner, exit through Gate 1 of the Jama Masjid Subway Station and start walking towards Meena Bazar in Xenia.

A few hundred meters away, you will feel the color of the abdomen caused by the sparkling reaction caused by the sense of smell. Look for a crowded shop in the direction to the right and grilled meat in a tandoor.

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Your senses do not confuse you, because the intoxicating and irresistible fragrance is the smoky flavor of Qureshi lamb skewers. Kebabs are so juicy that they melt in your mouth along with pollen from the rumen. To add a little sweetness, next time you come here, don’t forget to try their shahi kheer!

Where :Qureshi Kabab corner-Urdu Bazar, near gate 1 Jama Masjid

Timings | 5 pm-12:30am

Contact No. | +91 9711693200

Cost | Rs. 200.

4.Bengali Sweet Houses

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

When you visit a Bengali market, you will find yourself caught between two Bengali sweet houses on the left and right. Although the company was spun off by two brothers decades ago, the two stores are very similar to each other.

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In addition to the popular namkeen and sweet joints, they also have a lounge area where you can sample bile, thalis, and other delicious snacks. There is a corner of the wooden house where you can taste Gol Gape, aloo tikki wooden house, dahi bhalle and the most popular papdi wooden house.

They also offer continental, Chinese, and South Indian food at very affordable prices!

Sweet home in the Bengali market, Mandy House

Call them from 8 am to 11 pm

Contact : | +91 11 2335 3310

Cost 😐 200 rupees

5.Triveni Terrace Café

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

The Terrace Café, located in Triveni Kala Sangam, is often visited by connoisseurs of art and theater tours. It is one of the most beautiful cafes in Delhi and is located next to the open-air grass amphitheater, perfect for enjoying the winter sun.

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It still offers a menu similar to when it was founded in the 1960s. When our parents roamed here frequently when they were in college, shami kebab and carrot cake were very popular. They still are when we follow in their footsteps. The food feels super hot and won’t overload your pocket at all!

Whrere:Triveni Kala Sangam-Tansen Marg (Opp.Tansen Marg). FICCI Auditorium, Mandy House,

Time:12 noon to 8 pm

Contact:+91 9971566904

Price | Rs300.

6.Aslam Chicken

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Aslam Chicken, we all love butter chicken, but what if we take it to a place that actually serves butter and chicken, just dip the crispy pieces of tandoori chicken in butter sauce? Since its inception, Aslam Chicken has always surprised new customers because it is not butter chicken as we know it, but a completely new dish.

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While grilling the chicken to perfection, melt a large amount of butter and pour it over the juicy chicken slices, which is then used to make customers salivate. Pair it with rumali roti and it’ll put your taste buds in Zen mode!

Where: Aslam Chicken-Matia Mahal Road in Chandni Chowk, near Gate 1 Jama Masjid Timings

Timings: 5 pm to 12:30 am

Contact No. +91 9312281022 price

Cost:| 250 rupees.

7.Udupi Cafe

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Udupi Cafe is a truly underrated gem, serving amazing South Indian and Chinese cuisine. This is a quaint little cafe next to the ITO International Doll Museum. It’s no wonder people miss its warm red door waiting for your visit.

Every day of the week, special rice will be provided, whether it’s their signature Bissibelle Bhath or curd rice, it will make you crave for more. You can start your meal with rasam and then finish with the delicious sweet pambe (betel nut).

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Trust us, this will be one of the healthiest and most homelike dining experiences.

Where :Udupi Cafe: located on the ground floor of Pratap Bhawan in Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, near ITOTimings

Timings : from 8:30 am to 9:30 pm

Contact :+91 11 2335 3666

Price Rs 300

8.Saravana Bhavan

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Sarvana Bhavan is one of the most sought-after restaurants in the southern part of the capital, and has maintained its benchmark as a leading restaurant. Offering you authentic traditional southern recipes at an affordable price, it is the ideal place for you to crave the crispy vada bathed in boiling sambar or chives masala dosa!

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Where : Saravana Bhavan-CPTimings Block P

Timings : from 8 am to 11 pm

Contact +91 11 2884 4305

Price Rs250.

9.Nathu’s Sweets

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Did he say you have such a diverse personality that you can never stick to just one type of food? Do not worry. Nathu’s Sweets offers convenience for the most delicious European, Chinese, North and South Indian cuisines on the Bangladesh market. A popular snack bar, it can also double as a multi-flavor restaurant, and it feels really light in your pocket.

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Where : Nathu-Bengali sweet Market, Mandi House

Timings : from 8 am to 11 pm

Contact : | +91 11 2371 7313

price | 2508 rupees.

10.The art of spices

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

The art of spices, did we hear you say Kathi rolls and momos? So you want the best of both worlds? Don’t worry, go straight to the Spice Art! A variety of muffins to choose from, offering over 50 chicken, lamb, and vegetarian rolls! Combine them with fast service and you are good to go. As for the Momos, the people of Tandoori are so nice that you will find yourself asking for more every week or even every day, who knows!

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Where : The Art of Spices-Karol Bagh, Pusa Road, the city hospital behind

Timings : 10:30 Am-11:30 pm

Contact : +91 9811342929

Cost : 250 rupees.



Hello! Beautiful People!
I am Kavish Sharma, An IT Engineer By profession and blogger by Passion. I am a big foodie and love to write about restaurant reviews and food recipes. I just love Indian foods and love to share the legacy of it.

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