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An Ultimate Guide To The Best Jain Restaurants In Delhi

Are you planning to go Sattvik & looking for Jain restaurants that serve food without garlic & onion? Here's the guide to the best Jain restaurants in Delhi

Jainism is a religion that believes in non-violence, even when it comes to food. Therefore, their food choices are limited to a certain level. As Jain food is completely vegetarian. Jains who are devoted to their religion prefer avoiding root vegetable, that includes garlic, onions, potatoes etc. Are you planning to go Sattvik and looking for Jain or pure vegetarian restaurants in Delhi that serve food without garlic, onions, or root vegetables? Then you are at the right place.

Pure vegetarian restaurants or eateries serving Jain cuisine might be difficult to find in a bustling and diverse city like ours, but that doesn't mean that it is impossible to find such restaurants. Find below the list of best Jain food serving restaurants in the food capital of India. Delhi wouldn't have been known as the food capital of India if it were not home to so many restaurants serving your favourite cuisines and cultures on platters.

Here's the ultimate guide to the best Jain restaurants in Delhi for all budgets. Let's dive right into it and look for a wholesome food experience.

1. Eleven Course

Located in the circles of Netaji Subhash Place with other outlets in New Delhi. Eleven Course is a casual, pure-vegetarian restaurant that serves Jain food apart from other cuisines in the city. The full-of-vibrant-colours restaurant looks like a happy, comfy place at sight. The vermillion red walls with light coloured chairs and bright golden lighting look like a good spot to go with family for a good lunch date. The spacious dine-in has ample room for group gatherings, so if you are thinking of celebrating with extended family, then Eleven Course is the right choice. Do try Tulsi Pulao, Chilgoza and Soups, when you visit Eleven Course.

₹2,000 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

Eleven Course

2. Baa Bistro

Want to enjoy Shudh Sattvik food with live entertainment in Delhi? Then eyeing on Baa Bistro wouldn't be wrong. The multi-cuisine casual dining serves authentic delicious Jain food. The decor of the restaurants gives a home-like vibe. The interiors of the dine-in are golden with vibrant colours that just suits right and make the place look and feel a lot more comfy and cosy. Choosing this place for a good family dinner could be a good decision. Paneer Makhan Wala, Paneer Bhurji, Baa Ke Aloo are some of the dishes highly recommended by Jain food lovers. If you wish to enjoy your favourite dishes while sitting and binge-watching your favourite show, then Baa Bistro offers home delivery too.

₹500 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

 

 

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Baa Bistro

3. Indus Flavour

Located near the North Campus in GTB Nagar, Indus Flavour is casual dining with very basic and regular decor and interiors, but the red cloth used on the tables, chairs and sofas add spice to the vibe of the entire dining experience. The map of the Indus river painted on the walls of the restaurants is the restaurant's unique factor. One can visit Indus Flavour for a happy-meal with family and relatives. The beautiful presentation of the food will only make you want to dive right into it as soon as it reaches your table. Their Jain Special menu is flooded with delicious delicacies; make sure you try Chilli Paneer, Honey Chilli Potato for starters and Dal Indus and Paneer Makhni for the main course.

₹900 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

4. Jain Annapurna Shuddh Satvik Rasoi

The name of the dine-in says it all. Jain Annapurna Shuddh Satvik Rasoi serves authentic Jain meal. JJain Annapurna Shuddh Satvik Rasoi is a casual pure vegetarian Jain restaurant that serves North Indian delicacies and street food. If you are a breakfast person then visiting Jain Annapurna for a good breakfast is the right pick. Thepla, Tomato Rice, Aloo Sabji are some of their highly ordered dishes. Also, don't forget to end your dine-in without trying Brownie and Cheesecake.

₹300 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

Jain Annapurna Shuddh Satvik Rasoi

5. Suruchi

Suruchi is casual dining that serves everything from Gujrati to Rajasthani cuisine, to name a few. They serve authentic and delicious Jain food too i.e. without garlic and onions. Located at Karol Bagh, Suruchi is a delightful abode for Jain food lovers in West Delhi. If you are looking for a place to host a celebratory meal with family and friends then Suruchi is that abode for you. The red and golden decor might be too gleam and bright for the eyes, but the food experience is what you go to Suruchi for. Must try their Thali special menu; they are one of their most-tried delicacies. The bonus point is, they also offer unlimited refills.

₹1,200 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

 

 

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Suruchi

6. Veg. Gulati

The pure vegetarian version of the famous Gulati on Pandara Road. Veg. Gulati is casual dining located at Green Park. The decor of the restaurant is white and beautiful. The centre of attraction is its mandala wall art that you'll find it difficult to keep your eyes off of it. The seating and vibe of the dine-in are absolutely comfortable and cosy. Trying your favourite cuisine in Jain style which is without garlic and onion looks and tastes like absolute bliss. Take some time out and surprise your family with a dinner date at Veg. Gulati. The food and dine-in experience will only make you leave with tastebuds filled with flavours and eyes with complete mesmerization. Their Maharani Thali is the one you should definitely try.

₹1,200 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

 

 

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Veg. Gulati

7. Sattvik

Sattvik is a family-friendly restaurant located at Saket. The decor of the restaurant is very basic yet elegant in its own way, but the food experience will leave you in awe. The beautiful presentation of the food will make it difficult for you to wait till others start eating! Paneer Moksha, Paneer Jaisalmeri, Rose Kulfi, Paan Icecream, Missi Rotis, Diwani Handi are every visitor's first choice; when it comes to ordering at Sattvik. Want to celebrate little occasions with family and relatives? Go to Sattvik!

₹2,100 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

 

 

 View this post on Instagram

 

 

 

 

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Sattvik Restaurant

8. Rajasthali

Rajasthali is Rajasthani casual dining located at CP and is every family's first choice when it comes to enjoying delicious Rajasthani cuisine in Jain style. The vibe of the restaurant is very much like any other regular restaurants, but the food served at Rajasthali is without a doubt noteworthy. The dine-in at Rajasthali is very simple and comfortable but the food experience here is promising that you will return for another meal-time with family soon. If you are visiting Rajasthali for the very first time, then begin ordering with their best and make your own Rajasthani thali with Mirch Vada, Dal Panchmel, Puran Poli, Churma, Gatta Curry. The good hospitable environment and warm and welcoming services will win you.

₹700 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

 

 

 View this post on Instagram

 

 

 

 

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Rajasthali

9. Imly

A restaurant that reminds you of nothing but train compartments. Imly is located at Rajouri Garden with many other outlets in the city. A pure vegetarian food serving restaurant that takes good care of your demands and concerns when it comes to food. Imly at Rajouri Garden is a colourful, happy spot to go and enjoy a quick meal with family. The entire ambience and vibe of the dine-in are very comfortable and refreshing. Panipuri Shots, Dosa Pizza, Dahi Gol Gappa are a few starters; you would want to begin your meal-time at Imly with. Their Deluxe Veg. Thali is definitely something every visitor should try. Last but not the least, end the whole food experience at Imly with Jalebi with Rabri for desserts and Iced Peach Tea for Drinks.

₹1,000 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

10. Sarvana Bhavan

If you wish to enjoy pure vegetarian South Indian food in the city, which serves food without garlic and onions, then Sarvana Bhawan is the right place to look up to. A family restaurant which jam-packed on most days. One can prefer visiting here for all four meals of the day and enjoy the best South Indian cuisine that will satisfy your Jain Palate. The seating of the restaurant is absolutely simple and sober, but their services speak for themselves. Sarvana Bhawan is located at Connaught Place, Saket and Janpath. Make sure you definitely pay a visit there with your family and enjoy delicious Jain food. Idli, Sambhar and Dosa should be the first dishes you dive into.

₹600 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

 

 

 View this post on Instagram

 

 

 

 

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Sarvana Bhawan

It's highly suggested to book your tables before leaving for the dine-in, else you'd end up waiting for long!

Happy Dining!


   

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An Ultimate Guide To The Best Jain Restaurants In Delhi

Are you planning to go Sattvik & looking for Jain restaurants that serve food without garlic & onion? Here's the guide to the best Jain restaurants in Delhi

Jainism is a religion that believes in non-violence, even when it comes to food. Therefore, their food choices are limited to a certain level. As Jain food is completely vegetarian. Jains who are devoted to their religion prefer avoiding root vegetable, that includes garlic, onions, potatoes etc. Are you planning to go Sattvik and looking for Jain or pure vegetarian restaurants in Delhi that serve food without garlic, onions, or root vegetables? Then you are at the right place.

Pure vegetarian restaurants or eateries serving Jain cuisine might be difficult to find in a bustling and diverse city like ours, but that doesn't mean that it is impossible to find such restaurants. Find below the list of best Jain food serving restaurants in the food capital of India. Delhi wouldn't have been known as the food capital of India if it were not home to so many restaurants serving your favourite cuisines and cultures on platters.

Here's the ultimate guide to the best Jain restaurants in Delhi for all budgets. Let's dive right into it and look for a wholesome food experience.

1. Eleven Course

Located in the circles of Netaji Subhash Place with other outlets in New Delhi. Eleven Course is a casual, pure-vegetarian restaurant that serves Jain food apart from other cuisines in the city. The full-of-vibrant-colours restaurant looks like a happy, comfy place at sight. The vermillion red walls with light coloured chairs and bright golden lighting look like a good spot to go with family for a good lunch date. The spacious dine-in has ample room for group gatherings, so if you are thinking of celebrating with extended family, then Eleven Course is the right choice. Do try Tulsi Pulao, Chilgoza and Soups, when you visit Eleven Course.

₹2,000 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

Eleven Course

2. Baa Bistro

Want to enjoy Shudh Sattvik food with live entertainment in Delhi? Then eyeing on Baa Bistro wouldn't be wrong. The multi-cuisine casual dining serves authentic delicious Jain food. The decor of the restaurants gives a home-like vibe. The interiors of the dine-in are golden with vibrant colours that just suits right and make the place look and feel a lot more comfy and cosy. Choosing this place for a good family dinner could be a good decision. Paneer Makhan Wala, Paneer Bhurji, Baa Ke Aloo are some of the dishes highly recommended by Jain food lovers. If you wish to enjoy your favourite dishes while sitting and binge-watching your favourite show, then Baa Bistro offers home delivery too.

₹500 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

 

 

 View this post on Instagram

 

 

 

 

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Baa Bistro

3. Indus Flavour

Located near the North Campus in GTB Nagar, Indus Flavour is casual dining with very basic and regular decor and interiors, but the red cloth used on the tables, chairs and sofas add spice to the vibe of the entire dining experience. The map of the Indus river painted on the walls of the restaurants is the restaurant's unique factor. One can visit Indus Flavour for a happy-meal with family and relatives. The beautiful presentation of the food will only make you want to dive right into it as soon as it reaches your table. Their Jain Special menu is flooded with delicious delicacies; make sure you try Chilli Paneer, Honey Chilli Potato for starters and Dal Indus and Paneer Makhni for the main course.

₹900 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

4. Jain Annapurna Shuddh Satvik Rasoi

The name of the dine-in says it all. Jain Annapurna Shuddh Satvik Rasoi serves authentic Jain meal. JJain Annapurna Shuddh Satvik Rasoi is a casual pure vegetarian Jain restaurant that serves North Indian delicacies and street food. If you are a breakfast person then visiting Jain Annapurna for a good breakfast is the right pick. Thepla, Tomato Rice, Aloo Sabji are some of their highly ordered dishes. Also, don't forget to end your dine-in without trying Brownie and Cheesecake.

₹300 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

Jain Annapurna Shuddh Satvik Rasoi

5. Suruchi

Suruchi is casual dining that serves everything from Gujrati to Rajasthani cuisine, to name a few. They serve authentic and delicious Jain food too i.e. without garlic and onions. Located at Karol Bagh, Suruchi is a delightful abode for Jain food lovers in West Delhi. If you are looking for a place to host a celebratory meal with family and friends then Suruchi is that abode for you. The red and golden decor might be too gleam and bright for the eyes, but the food experience is what you go to Suruchi for. Must try their Thali special menu; they are one of their most-tried delicacies. The bonus point is, they also offer unlimited refills.

₹1,200 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

 

 

 View this post on Instagram

 

 

 

 

A post shared by Suruchi Restaurants (@suruchirestaurants)



Suruchi

6. Veg. Gulati

The pure vegetarian version of the famous Gulati on Pandara Road. Veg. Gulati is casual dining located at Green Park. The decor of the restaurant is white and beautiful. The centre of attraction is its mandala wall art that you'll find it difficult to keep your eyes off of it. The seating and vibe of the dine-in are absolutely comfortable and cosy. Trying your favourite cuisine in Jain style which is without garlic and onion looks and tastes like absolute bliss. Take some time out and surprise your family with a dinner date at Veg. Gulati. The food and dine-in experience will only make you leave with tastebuds filled with flavours and eyes with complete mesmerization. Their Maharani Thali is the one you should definitely try.

₹1,200 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

 

 

 View this post on Instagram

 

 

 

 

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Veg. Gulati

7. Sattvik

Sattvik is a family-friendly restaurant located at Saket. The decor of the restaurant is very basic yet elegant in its own way, but the food experience will leave you in awe. The beautiful presentation of the food will make it difficult for you to wait till others start eating! Paneer Moksha, Paneer Jaisalmeri, Rose Kulfi, Paan Icecream, Missi Rotis, Diwani Handi are every visitor's first choice; when it comes to ordering at Sattvik. Want to celebrate little occasions with family and relatives? Go to Sattvik!

₹2,100 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

 

 

 View this post on Instagram

 

 

 

 

A post shared by Sattvik Restaurant (@sattvik.restaurant)



Sattvik Restaurant

8. Rajasthali

Rajasthali is Rajasthani casual dining located at CP and is every family's first choice when it comes to enjoying delicious Rajasthani cuisine in Jain style. The vibe of the restaurant is very much like any other regular restaurants, but the food served at Rajasthali is without a doubt noteworthy. The dine-in at Rajasthali is very simple and comfortable but the food experience here is promising that you will return for another meal-time with family soon. If you are visiting Rajasthali for the very first time, then begin ordering with their best and make your own Rajasthani thali with Mirch Vada, Dal Panchmel, Puran Poli, Churma, Gatta Curry. The good hospitable environment and warm and welcoming services will win you.

₹700 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

 

 

 View this post on Instagram

 

 

 

 

A post shared by Rajasthali (@rajasthali_cp)



Rajasthali

9. Imly

A restaurant that reminds you of nothing but train compartments. Imly is located at Rajouri Garden with many other outlets in the city. A pure vegetarian food serving restaurant that takes good care of your demands and concerns when it comes to food. Imly at Rajouri Garden is a colourful, happy spot to go and enjoy a quick meal with family. The entire ambience and vibe of the dine-in are very comfortable and refreshing. Panipuri Shots, Dosa Pizza, Dahi Gol Gappa are a few starters; you would want to begin your meal-time at Imly with. Their Deluxe Veg. Thali is definitely something every visitor should try. Last but not the least, end the whole food experience at Imly with Jalebi with Rabri for desserts and Iced Peach Tea for Drinks.

₹1,000 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

10. Sarvana Bhavan

If you wish to enjoy pure vegetarian South Indian food in the city, which serves food without garlic and onions, then Sarvana Bhawan is the right place to look up to. A family restaurant which jam-packed on most days. One can prefer visiting here for all four meals of the day and enjoy the best South Indian cuisine that will satisfy your Jain Palate. The seating of the restaurant is absolutely simple and sober, but their services speak for themselves. Sarvana Bhawan is located at Connaught Place, Saket and Janpath. Make sure you definitely pay a visit there with your family and enjoy delicious Jain food. Idli, Sambhar and Dosa should be the first dishes you dive into.

₹600 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

 

 

 View this post on Instagram

 

 

 

 

A post shared by Den Haag / The Hague Foodguide (@denhaagfoodguide)



Sarvana Bhawan

It's highly suggested to book your tables before leaving for the dine-in, else you'd end up waiting for long!

Happy Dining!


   

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Eats

An Ultimate Guide To The Best Jain Restaurants In Delhi

Are you planning to go Sattvik & looking for Jain restaurants that serve food without garlic & onion? Here's the guide to the best Jain restaurants in Delhi

Jainism is a religion that believes in non-violence, even when it comes to food. Therefore, their food choices are limited to a certain level. As Jain food is completely vegetarian. Jains who are devoted to their religion prefer avoiding root vegetable, that includes garlic, onions, potatoes etc. Are you planning to go Sattvik and looking for Jain or pure vegetarian restaurants in Delhi that serve food without garlic, onions, or root vegetables? Then you are at the right place.

Pure vegetarian restaurants or eateries serving Jain cuisine might be difficult to find in a bustling and diverse city like ours, but that doesn't mean that it is impossible to find such restaurants. Find below the list of best Jain food serving restaurants in the food capital of India. Delhi wouldn't have been known as the food capital of India if it were not home to so many restaurants serving your favourite cuisines and cultures on platters.

Here's the ultimate guide to the best Jain restaurants in Delhi for all budgets. Let's dive right into it and look for a wholesome food experience.

1. Eleven Course

Located in the circles of Netaji Subhash Place with other outlets in New Delhi. Eleven Course is a casual, pure-vegetarian restaurant that serves Jain food apart from other cuisines in the city. The full-of-vibrant-colours restaurant looks like a happy, comfy place at sight. The vermillion red walls with light coloured chairs and bright golden lighting look like a good spot to go with family for a good lunch date. The spacious dine-in has ample room for group gatherings, so if you are thinking of celebrating with extended family, then Eleven Course is the right choice. Do try Tulsi Pulao, Chilgoza and Soups, when you visit Eleven Course.

₹2,000 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

Eleven Course

2. Baa Bistro

Want to enjoy Shudh Sattvik food with live entertainment in Delhi? Then eyeing on Baa Bistro wouldn't be wrong. The multi-cuisine casual dining serves authentic delicious Jain food. The decor of the restaurants gives a home-like vibe. The interiors of the dine-in are golden with vibrant colours that just suits right and make the place look and feel a lot more comfy and cosy. Choosing this place for a good family dinner could be a good decision. Paneer Makhan Wala, Paneer Bhurji, Baa Ke Aloo are some of the dishes highly recommended by Jain food lovers. If you wish to enjoy your favourite dishes while sitting and binge-watching your favourite show, then Baa Bistro offers home delivery too.

₹500 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

 

 

 View this post on Instagram

 

 

 

 

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Baa Bistro

3. Indus Flavour

Located near the North Campus in GTB Nagar, Indus Flavour is casual dining with very basic and regular decor and interiors, but the red cloth used on the tables, chairs and sofas add spice to the vibe of the entire dining experience. The map of the Indus river painted on the walls of the restaurants is the restaurant's unique factor. One can visit Indus Flavour for a happy-meal with family and relatives. The beautiful presentation of the food will only make you want to dive right into it as soon as it reaches your table. Their Jain Special menu is flooded with delicious delicacies; make sure you try Chilli Paneer, Honey Chilli Potato for starters and Dal Indus and Paneer Makhni for the main course.

₹900 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

4. Jain Annapurna Shuddh Satvik Rasoi

The name of the dine-in says it all. Jain Annapurna Shuddh Satvik Rasoi serves authentic Jain meal. JJain Annapurna Shuddh Satvik Rasoi is a casual pure vegetarian Jain restaurant that serves North Indian delicacies and street food. If you are a breakfast person then visiting Jain Annapurna for a good breakfast is the right pick. Thepla, Tomato Rice, Aloo Sabji are some of their highly ordered dishes. Also, don't forget to end your dine-in without trying Brownie and Cheesecake.

₹300 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

Jain Annapurna Shuddh Satvik Rasoi

5. Suruchi

Suruchi is casual dining that serves everything from Gujrati to Rajasthani cuisine, to name a few. They serve authentic and delicious Jain food too i.e. without garlic and onions. Located at Karol Bagh, Suruchi is a delightful abode for Jain food lovers in West Delhi. If you are looking for a place to host a celebratory meal with family and friends then Suruchi is that abode for you. The red and golden decor might be too gleam and bright for the eyes, but the food experience is what you go to Suruchi for. Must try their Thali special menu; they are one of their most-tried delicacies. The bonus point is, they also offer unlimited refills.

₹1,200 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

 

 

 View this post on Instagram

 

 

 

 

A post shared by Suruchi Restaurants (@suruchirestaurants)



Suruchi

6. Veg. Gulati

The pure vegetarian version of the famous Gulati on Pandara Road. Veg. Gulati is casual dining located at Green Park. The decor of the restaurant is white and beautiful. The centre of attraction is its mandala wall art that you'll find it difficult to keep your eyes off of it. The seating and vibe of the dine-in are absolutely comfortable and cosy. Trying your favourite cuisine in Jain style which is without garlic and onion looks and tastes like absolute bliss. Take some time out and surprise your family with a dinner date at Veg. Gulati. The food and dine-in experience will only make you leave with tastebuds filled with flavours and eyes with complete mesmerization. Their Maharani Thali is the one you should definitely try.

₹1,200 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

 

 

 View this post on Instagram

 

 

 

 

A post shared by Veg Gulati Restaurant (@veggulati)



Veg. Gulati

7. Sattvik

Sattvik is a family-friendly restaurant located at Saket. The decor of the restaurant is very basic yet elegant in its own way, but the food experience will leave you in awe. The beautiful presentation of the food will make it difficult for you to wait till others start eating! Paneer Moksha, Paneer Jaisalmeri, Rose Kulfi, Paan Icecream, Missi Rotis, Diwani Handi are every visitor's first choice; when it comes to ordering at Sattvik. Want to celebrate little occasions with family and relatives? Go to Sattvik!

₹2,100 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

 

 

 View this post on Instagram

 

 

 

 

A post shared by Sattvik Restaurant (@sattvik.restaurant)



Sattvik Restaurant

8. Rajasthali

Rajasthali is Rajasthani casual dining located at CP and is every family's first choice when it comes to enjoying delicious Rajasthani cuisine in Jain style. The vibe of the restaurant is very much like any other regular restaurants, but the food served at Rajasthali is without a doubt noteworthy. The dine-in at Rajasthali is very simple and comfortable but the food experience here is promising that you will return for another meal-time with family soon. If you are visiting Rajasthali for the very first time, then begin ordering with their best and make your own Rajasthani thali with Mirch Vada, Dal Panchmel, Puran Poli, Churma, Gatta Curry. The good hospitable environment and warm and welcoming services will win you.

₹700 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

 

 

 View this post on Instagram

 

 

 

 

A post shared by Rajasthali (@rajasthali_cp)



Rajasthali

9. Imly

A restaurant that reminds you of nothing but train compartments. Imly is located at Rajouri Garden with many other outlets in the city. A pure vegetarian food serving restaurant that takes good care of your demands and concerns when it comes to food. Imly at Rajouri Garden is a colourful, happy spot to go and enjoy a quick meal with family. The entire ambience and vibe of the dine-in are very comfortable and refreshing. Panipuri Shots, Dosa Pizza, Dahi Gol Gappa are a few starters; you would want to begin your meal-time at Imly with. Their Deluxe Veg. Thali is definitely something every visitor should try. Last but not the least, end the whole food experience at Imly with Jalebi with Rabri for desserts and Iced Peach Tea for Drinks.

₹1,000 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

10. Sarvana Bhavan

If you wish to enjoy pure vegetarian South Indian food in the city, which serves food without garlic and onions, then Sarvana Bhawan is the right place to look up to. A family restaurant which jam-packed on most days. One can prefer visiting here for all four meals of the day and enjoy the best South Indian cuisine that will satisfy your Jain Palate. The seating of the restaurant is absolutely simple and sober, but their services speak for themselves. Sarvana Bhawan is located at Connaught Place, Saket and Janpath. Make sure you definitely pay a visit there with your family and enjoy delicious Jain food. Idli, Sambhar and Dosa should be the first dishes you dive into.

₹600 for two people (approx.) | Open In Google Maps

 

 

 View this post on Instagram

 

 

 

 

A post shared by Den Haag / The Hague Foodguide (@denhaagfoodguide)



Sarvana Bhawan

It's highly suggested to book your tables before leaving for the dine-in, else you'd end up waiting for long!

Happy Dining!


   

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