Delhi is one place in the country that has garnered the reputation of being a true Mecca for food lovers and rightly so, as its unique food landscape, laden with a slew of great eateries, never fails to impress even the most tough to please patrons who are always on the lookout for something exceptional. And if you are one of those decerning foodies whose idea of a good time is pursuing new and exciting dining experiences, here's a list of some of the best theme-based restaurants in Delhi NCR that are sure to knock your socks off with their interesting ambiance and delectable grub spread.
This jungle-themed multi-cuisine restaurant is an ideal spot when you need to break the monotony of eating at a simple fine-dining place. Jungle Jamboree is huge with a comfy seating area and known for doling out the most exquisite spread consisting of a mix of Indian, Pan-Asian, and Continental delicacies.
Must-haves: Lasagna, Fish N Chips, Paneer Lasooni Lababdar, Thai Green Curry, and Indonesian Chicken Satay.
Cost for two: ₹ 1200
Quite popular amongst the residents of Rohini, this airplane-themed restaurant gives you the opportunity to dine in an actual Airbus which is converted into a comfortable restaurant. And not just that, people are also allowed to sit on the wings and gorge on the delicious food while enjoying the weather outside. When it comes to their food, their multicuisine menu offers a fine selection of North Indian, Continental, and Chinese delicacies that are sure to impress you.
Must-haves: Achari Paneer Tikka, Fish & Chips, Chicken Manchurian, Mutton Rogan Josh, Trio Bell Pepper Pizza, and Hot Gulab jamun.
Cost for two: ₹ 1000
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For those of you who are missing traveling to your dream holiday destinations, this travel-themed restaurant in Delhi will serve as a salve to wounds. This cozy restaurant offers a wide array of mouth-watering dishes from Indian, European, Italian, and the Mediterranean. All in all, this is a genuine pick me up cafe where you can indulge in an array of exotic food, elegant drinks, and great music.
Must-haves: Sadda Punjab Pizza, Baked Mushroom Caps, Hara Bhara Kebab, Afghani Chicken, Rogan Josh, and Iced Cafe Latte.
Cost for two: ₹ 1200
Doing justice to its name, the Junkyard Cafe features a unique decor, done entirely with recycled things. With props like wooden logs, barrels, colorful metal drums, and tires peppered all across the cafe, this place looks like an upscale junkyard. When it comes to food, the place offers an extensively eclectic menu replete with multi-cuisine, healthy as well as indulgent options.
Must-haves: Chicken Tikka Bruschetta, Aglio Olio Spaghetti, Peach Iced Tea, Mojito, and Brownie with Ice Cream.
Cost for two: ₹ 1800
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With its facade modeled like a typical Indian train and an interior that takes you on an illustrious journey of India with its myriad of photographs, Imly brings together the street food of the entire country under one roof. Lucknow, Amritsar, Surat, Chennai, Varanasi, and Mumbai are just some of the cities that find representation through their food in this pure veg Indian restaurant in Delhi.
Must-haves: Crispy Corn Chaat, Cheese & Corn Momos, Overload Pizza, and Gulab Jamun.
Cost for two: ₹ 400
If you are a fan of the Bollywood actor Dharmendra, then this is a must-visit place for you. Complete with walled photographs and life-size paintings, Garam Dharam pays homage to the legendary Dharmendra by showcasing an interior that is in entirety inspired by some of his most iconic blockbuster movies. The place specializes in Indian and Chinese cuisine, along with a variety of cocktails and spirits.
Must-haves: Tandoori Chicken Chaat, Kakori Kebab, Paneer Lababdar, Mushroom Matar Masala, and Garam Dharam Thalis.
Cost for two: ₹ 1600
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Spread across 2 floors with a sprawling terrace overlooking the CP, the very popular ‘Lord of the Drinks’ is a medieval-themed restaurant offering an interesting mix of Italian, Chinese, Continental, and North-Indian. f you like the drinks and metaphors mixed, you’ll enjoy the amazing medieval chaos that is offered by Lord of the Drinks. The vibe at Lord of the Drinks is distinctly antique, intimate, and yet hopping.
Must-haves: Hindi Chinese Fish Fry Steak, Butter Chicken Mini Kulcha, Tempered Ricotta Vada, and LIIT with Kala Khatta.
Cost for two: ₹ 1800
From the very first look, you will fall in love with Dhaba style restaurant. Rustic interiors, desi decor elements, and an actual truck that you can enjoy your meal on along with a flavor-packed North Indian spread make this restaurant truly a foodie's delight.
Must-haves: Balti Meat, Butter Chicken, Amritsari Chole, Amritsari Wadi Aloo, Lasooni Palak, and Matar Paneer.
Cost for two: ₹ 3000
Q. What cuisines are served at Jungle Jamboree?
Ans. Jungle Jamboree is a Multicuisine restaurant.
Q. What are current deals at Jungle Jamboree?
Ans. The current exclusive deal at Jungle Jamboree on EazyDiner offers 15% off on Food Bill (A La Carte Menu Only). Download the EazyDiner app to get more such deals.
Q. What cuisines are served at Runway1?
Ans. The main cuisine served at Runway1 is North Indian.
Q. What is the current deal available at The Immigrant Cafe?
Ans. The current exclusive deal at The Immigrant Cafe offers 25% Off on Food & all beverages. + EXTRA 25% off on payment via the app. Download the EazyDiner app to get more such deals.
Q. Is Imly, Rajendra Place restaurant pure veg?
Ans. Yes, Imly is a vegetarian restaurant
Gargi Bisht is an event copywriter/conceptualizer turned writer currently working with EazyDiner Pvt. Ltd. Compulsive eater, book hoarder, dog lover and pop culture enthusiast with an innate love for storytelling. Usually the quietest person in the room, Gargi is an introvert who loves her own company. When not eating, can be found in front of her laptop watching movies. Knows a thing or two about art and literature.