Top 10 Restaurants in India
Wasabi by Morimoto (The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Mumbai)
Wasabi by Morimoto is one of the country’s most exclusive Japanese best cuisine restaurants. Wasabi’s sushi counter and teppanyaki counter are the most busy places of activity here.
It have a beautiful and calm ambience with traditional Japanese walls made of wood and a forest of drifting cherry blossoms.
Speciality – Japanese beer, guacamole pani puri, rice wine along with crab samosas and iberico ham with figs.
Bukhara ( Maurya Sheraton, New Delhi)
The restaurant serves cuisine in a clay oven called tandoor with special kebabs, which are served without any sort of cutlery. Bukhara specialises in Indian food, and the north Indian platter.
In 2009 the “Hillary Platter” became part of the menu, in line with “Presidential Platter” based on the non-vegetarian dishes ordered by Bill Clinton and also “Chelsea Platter” composed of vegetarian dishes ordered by Chelsea Clinton.
Speciality – Dal makhani
This restaurant is an ideal place for food lovers. Away from the busy streets, this is a stunningly decorated place which is perfectly calm and peaceful.
The food, like the place, is amazing. The Pork Ribs they serve is something you wouldn’t want to miss if you visit this place.
Koh : Mumbai
Koh was opened by Ian Kittichai, famous chef from New York.It is one of the city’s newest Thai restaurants. Kittichai gives this Thai food a modern twist as he can import ingredients.
Speciality – Rice cakes, green curry , coconut cheesecake and The Hamachi.
Travertino (The Oberoi, New Delhi)
This restaurant is declared as one of the most expensive restaurants in India, Travertino is One of the best places for Italian food in Delhi. The restaurant’s interior decoration is in such a way that the wine cellar opens into the dining area.
Specials – The truffle dishes, such as the risotto with fresh Umbrian black truffle and the tagliolini with pancetta and Umbrian black truffle
Zen (Leela Palace, Bangalore)
With Japanese, Balinese, Thai, Korean and Singaporean cuisines, this hotel’s all-Asian restaurant Zen, leaves diners in a dilemma for choice.
Zen also has a counter setting where you can sit and enjoy your sushi or a Korean barbeque.
Speciality – Japanese Sake or Korean Soju, Sushi or a Korean barbeque
Villa 39 (Colaba, Mumbai)
With its all white interior, its chandeliers, it’s silver rococo columns with low lighting Villa 39 proves to be one of the most attractive restaurants in the city. This Italian restaurant has made it onto Mumbai’s must visit list.
Speciality – The Carpaccio di Manzo and the Terrina di Mozzarella Caprese ( tomato and mozzarella pesto)
Karavali (The Taj (Residency Road), Bangalore)
Karavali has been nominated as one of Asia’ finest dining restaurants. It has been designed to look like a Mangalorean home with wooden ceilings, furniture and antique lamps. It serves mouth watering South Indian cuisine and is also very well known for its sea food.
Speciality – Coorg fried chicken and the Alleppy fish curry.
Italia (The Park Hotel, Chennai)
This Italian restaurant has quite a few big names attatched with it such as Chef Rajesh and top chef Antonio Carluccio who’s a regular on food programmes.
Italia offers you a true taste of Italy with its original rosciutto and parmesan, wood-oven pizzas, succulent seafood, homemade pastas and a range of vegetarian dishes.
Speciality – Baked asparagus, risotto with roasted chicken and Tiramisu.
Sakura – (The Metropolitan Hotel, Nikko, New Delhi)
Sakura has been branded as one of the Top Japanese Restaurants of the world, outside Japan.
The restaurant imports most of their fish from Japan since they’re not available in India.
Speciality – Vegetable tempura