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Asian Games Village, Siri Fort, Khelgoon Road. A clutch of restaurants including Angeethi , with desert decor and live Rajasthani music in the evenings, specializing in delicious tandoori dishes; ACS , a coffee shop with a Mexican theme good for snacky meals and a cold beer; and Chopsticks , a smart Chinese restaurant.

Barista , M Block Market, Greater Kailash II. Trendy young cafe with a snacky menu: good cakes and coffee. Fab Cafe next door is equally good but a little more formal. Basil & Thyme , Santushti Shopping Complex. Popular with Delhi’s “ladies who lunch”, serving Western and Parsi food at reasonable prices, despite the chic location.

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Dasaprakash , Ambassador Hotel , Sujan Singh Park. Considered by many Delhi-ites to be one of the best south Indian restaurants in Delhi, dishing up terrifc dosas.

Dilli Haat , Safdarjang. Shop and snack at the exhibition ground popular with Delhi-ites, at small, inexpensive restaurants from every state in India, although standards vary.

Ego, Community Centre, New Friend’s colony. Authentic and imaginative Italian, with good beer, cocktails and loud music.

Flavours , 52c Moolchand Flyover, Banks Complex, Defence Colony. Well-kept Delhi secret near Humayun’s Tomb, serving excellent Italian food including risotto and delicious tiramisu; run by a Naga-Italian couple.

Moets , Defence Colony Market. This very popular restaurant serves excellent Kashmiri – try the dum aloo, paneer shashlik and mirchi korma – plus Mughlai and Thai cuisine; another branch can be found on Mathura Road.

Osaka , Main Square, Hauz Khas Village. Chinese and Japanese food with a pleasant ambience; gentle on the pocket.

Sagar , Defence Colony Market. Delicious, inexpensive south Indian food – sample the dahi vadas , and the masala dosas. The service is fast and the decor nondescript but it is popular; there’s another branch at the Lodi Hotel where you need to book ahead.

TGIF , Modern Bazaar, Vasant Vihar. Tex-Mex, pasta, burgers and ribs and the best cocktails in town – the happy hour every evening from 6pm-7.30pm is especially good value. There’s a new branch at CP.

Village Bistro Complex , Hauz Khas Village. Choose excellent Indian cuisine from any of the three menus offered in six different dining-halls. The outdoor Top of the Village balcony is the most pleasant, with good views over South Delhi.


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