1. For the perfect weekend dose of food

For the perfect weekend dose of food

After a week-long rush at work and struggle with traffic, here comes the weekend. And the best way to utilise the weekend is to eat well, relax and follow your passion. And if food is your passion, then this list will definitely cheer up your mood. From take-away joints to sprawling restaurants, the list includes everything that a true foodie can ask for a tasteful weekend. Start exploring and have a scrumptious weekend.

2. Cafe, Hyatt Regency, Delhi

Cafe, Hyatt Regency, Delhi
If you are looking for an amalgamation of Indian and Continental food, this is perhaps one of those places you should be, this weekend. Try their Sunday Brunch which is a lavish spread of over 300 dishes! From Chuski and Golgappa to Mezze Platter and from Biryani to Pasta, you name a dish and you will find it here. Sunday Brunch of Cafe is a complete gastronomical delight and no foodie should miss it!

3. Mother India, Connaught Place, Delhi

Mother India, Connaught Place, Delhi
In the heart of Connaught Place, this restaurant looks quaint and inviting with its retro decor and old world charm. The first question that would pop-up in the mind of anyone who is interested in decor is, who has done the interiors of this place? The food here is wholesome and satiating. While the menu focuses on the most sought-after Indian dishes through the length and breadth of the country, our suggestion is, each time you visit this place, stick to one cuisine. From Undhio to Daab Chingri, the menu here is quite ambitious and may leave you confused if you experiment across cuisines!

4. I Sacked Newton, Logix City Centre, Noida

I Sacked Newton, Logix City Centre, Noida
Just like its name, this multi-cuisine bar and kitchen nestled in the Logic City Centre Mall, Noida has a unique blend of drinks that are worth a try. What we really loved here is Beer Rita, a creative presentation of vodka, kala khatta, lime juice, chaat masala and beer in a boot-style jar. Also, the baked veg lasagna, and lamb and chicken lasagna came to our rescue as the main course followed by a red-velvet dessert delight. So, if you are looking for a wholesome experience in closed or fresh-air ambience, then this European-decor inspired place with 340 seating capacity is just for you.

5. Biryani by Kilo, Noida

Biryani by Kilo, Noida

What if you are planning to stay at home this weekend and still want to have delectable food? Biryani by Kilo comes at the rescue of those who want authentic, traditional food right at their doorstep. With more than 10 outlets across Delhi/NCR, they have become the giants of Mughlai Food. The best part is, they send you the ‘deg’ or the earthen pot they use to cook the biryani. They specialize in Hyderabadi and Lucknawi Biryani, both of which have authentic regional flavours. The Paneer Pasanda has a subtle aroma of saffron and their Gilawati Kebabs, both veg and non-veg have mild flavour of spices which does not overpower the taste of the veggies and meat. The Chicken 65 is crispy and yummy and their Matka Phirni is creamy and a delight to the palate! They also provide a small earthen warmer to keep the biryani hot!

6. Reader’s Cafe, Indirapuram Habitat Centre

Reader's Cafe, Indirapuram Habitat Centre
Who doesn’t want to spend quality time reading their favourite book over a hot cup of coffee! The Reader’s Cafe is one such place! The menu consists of a wide variety of Continental dishes. The presentation of food is quite inviting and for those who derive comfort by digging into pizzas and having a bowl of delicious pasta, this is the best place to go. It also has an impressive list of shakes and juices and diet food.

7. Off the hook by Desee Dakshin, The Great India Place, Noida

Off the hook by Desee Dakshin, The Great India Place, Noida
A wise man once said, “I’m on a seafood diet, I eat everything I see.” When you’re at ‘Off The Hook by Desee Dakshin’, this isn’t just a quote. This 25 seater restaurant at The Great India Place, Noida was started 3 weeks ago and is famous for its traditional recipes and spices from the Konkan region. Western music suits the coastal ambience. The menu is simple with seafood being the cynosure and Sol Kadhi, Crab Butter Garlic and Prawn Ghee Roast are must-have items. Although the restaurant primarily caters to seafood lovers, the menu does offer North Indian and vegetarian dishes in order to serve all.
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