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Insider's Guide: Best New Restaurants in Delhi

6 Weeks Ago
In case you missed it, Le Mill decamped to Delhi for two whole days for a pop-up at Vayu (Bikaner House) on April 6 & 7. Since we're in the capital, we sought the help of our friends to hit up some cool new(ish) digs. Here’s what they came back with:

 

Little Saigon, Little Saigon Delhi,


Little Saigon

This unassuming little eatery in Hauz Khas market is run by a former chef from the Taj's Blue Ginger, and the space might be teeny, but her flavours are huge. Everything is ultra-fresh and tastes exactly as it would in Ho Chi Minh City. The menu is small, but note-perfect, and with its super reasonable prices you'll want to go again (and again). — Vandana Verma, head of content at Nicobar and founder of Thetonic.co

 

(Photograph, left: Keegan Crasto)


Fig & Maple

This rooftop kitchen and library is as cosy as they come. The menu covers hearty large plates and nibbles, which I’d peg as vibrant, feel-good food. You can’t go wrong with their waffles topped with crispy chicken, or their Dolores Park French toast. The pizzas are well worth a go – ask for fig and goat cheese. — Malini Banerji, fashion director at ELLE India

 

 

Andrea’s Eatery

I’m going go with my husband’s new place, Andrea’s Eatery. The modern European-style bistro has my favourites from around the globe – dishes we’ve loved on our travels – gado gado salad, Vietnamese spring rolls, Persian kebabs, and really, really comforting noodle soup. — Pia Pauro, designer