lunch buffet in Delhi
Enjoy sumptuous buffets in Delhi- the food capital of India.

Delhi is often called the food capital of India. From chaat papdi to momos, baguette to nachos, there is something for everyone in Delhi.

The pristine architecture of the Mughal era and the food in Delhi are two not to be missed things about saddi Dilli.

Today we take you on a gastronomical ride across some of the most famous buffets in Delhi.

lunch buffet in Delhi
Enjoy sumptuous buffets in Delhi- the food capital of India.

10 Best Buffet Restaurants in Delhi –

  • Barbeque Nation

Think of buffet dinner in Delhi and the first choice of many is Barbeque Nation. Soups, salads, main course and the sinful desserts, Barbeque Nation has them all. But the most fascinating part is the live grill on each table. Paradise for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians. Pineapple grill- a must try! Available across Delhi, pick a location closer to your home. Lunch Veg- Rs 619 (A.I.Tax)  Lunch Non Veg- Rs 680 (A.I.Tax), Sunday Lunch Veg Rs 742 (A.I.Tax), Non veg Rs 866 (A.I.Tax).

  • The Yum Yum Tree – New Friends Colony

The Yum Yum Tree is famous for its luxuriant Chinese, Japanese (Sushi), Asian cuisine. You can choose from a variety of dim sums, sea food and sushi. Don’t miss Thai Chilly Prawns, Chicken Kung Pao, Japanese Fried Rice with Garlic, Belgian Chocolate Cheesecake and New York Cheesecake.

Buffet – Rs. 1600 + Taxes

  • Fresc Co. – Janpath Connaught Place, Ambience Mall Vasant Kunj, Ambience Mall Gurgaon

Think of a perfect buffet lunch in Delhi and you cannot miss Fresc Co. The ambiance gives a very happy feel. You have to be there to know what that feel is all about! Fish Fingers, Chicken Wings, Bolognaise Pasta, Tiramisu, Crème Caramel are a must try.

Buffet – Rs. 650 + Tax Lunch & Dinner (Mon – Fri); Rs. 770 + Tax Lunch & Dinner (Sat – Sun). Enjoy your fine dining in Delhi.

  • Oh! Calcutta – Nehru Place

Regional cuisine at its best. Oh! Calcutta offers some of the choicest Bengali delicacies. Fried Fish, Prawn Cutlet, Butter Fish are some of the must try dishes on the menu. It is an ideal place for Bengali buffet lunch in Delhi. The Misti Doi, Bhappa Sandesh and Rosogulla are to die for.

Buffet – Rs. 830 (Mon – Fri); Rs. 950 (Sat – Sun)

  • Canton Spice Company – DLF Cyber Hub

Craving for heavenly Asian cuisine? Head to Canton Spice Company and indulge in an extravagant buffet lunch. Kung Pao Chicken, Canton Spice Fish, Mongolian Chicken, Hearty Vegetables, Dim Sums are some of the highlights of the menu.

Buffet – Rs. 799 + Taxes Lunch (Sat – Sun)

  • Turquoise Cottage

TC is one of the best places for buffet lunch in Delhi. Known for its Chinese, Thai and Asian cuisine, Turquoise Cottage is the ultimate destination for foodies. The awesome ambiance adds to the fun. Dimsums, Singapore Chilli Prawns, Chicken Wings, Hakka Noodles are a must try.

Buffet – Rs. 299 + Taxes Lunch (Mon – Fri); Rs. 399 + Taxes Lunch (Sat – Sun)

  • Theos – Noida

Theos is for delicious coffee, sinful cheesecakes and all your sweet tooth cravings. There is an array of hot and cold beverages. Also there are sandwiches, crepes, salads, pastas, ravioli, lasagna, risotto and pizzas. Blueberry Cheesecake, Chicken Lasagne, Belgium Chocolate Milkshake, Theos Special truffle indulgence and lemon tarts are a must try.

Buffet – Rs. 899 + Taxes Lunch & Dinner (Sat – Sun)

  • Machan – Taj Mahal Hotel

Experience unparalleled aristocracy at Machan. The impressive Sunday brunches and breakfast buffets at Machan are divine. Sandwiches, steaks, South Indian delights, desserts, seafood, tikkas…there is so much to choose from.

Buffet – Rs. 1200 + Taxes Breakfast; Rs. 1950 + Taxes Lunch

  • Yellow Brick Road – Taj Vivanta

Yellow Brick Road is known for its buffet breakfasts. YBR Mixed Grill, YBR special chicken, Flame Grilled Prawns, Belgian Waffles, Crème Caramel are a must try when at YBR.

Buffet – Rs. 950 + Taxes

  • K3 – JW Marriott

Sunday brunch, anniversary dinner or birthday lunch, the buffet of K3 at J.W. Marriott is a great option. Salads, soups, burgers, tikkas, curries…the list is endless. You can choose from a range of sumptuous Indian and Chinese delicacies.

Have you eaten at any of these places? Which has been your best buffet experience? Do share in the comments below.

Pic courtesy: Radisson Blu MBD, Noida

5 COMMENTS

  1. Wow will surely visit these places and try out the buffets. And the prices are also very reasonable as per the food quality that they are providing as u have mentioned. Very nice. Thank u for the information. Keep posting with lots more.

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