Located in Vinohrady, one of the most sought after residential areas in Prague and known world wide for its gorgeous Art Nouveau architecture, is the brand new Indian sensation, Dilli Delhi Indian Restaurant and Cocktail Bar. Prague has a few good Indian restaurants to choose from so it is always an exciting step in a true culinary and cosmopolitan direction when restaurants featuring ethnic food open in the city of Prague. Dilli Delhi offers the best of the best traditional Indian delicacies, grand hospitality in a special atmosphere, thirst quenching cocktails and fantastic lunch deals with the majority of them being under 100CZK and all served until 5 p.m. which is an offer not to miss! Dilli Delhi also features specific meals that combine Czech and Russian flavors if you are not in the mood for Indian. The fine and exotic Indian spices paired together with the chef’s magic touch will leave you with a light delicate meal that will leave your taste buds craving more. What is more, Dilli Delhi offers specific entrees with healthy organic ingredients that are low in calorie count. We recommend the Onion Bhaji (sliced onions dipped in chick pea batter and deep fried) as a starter, the Mulligatawny Soup (curry flavored lentil soup), the Lamb Korma (mild lamb curry marinated in yogurt, then sautéed with onions, tomatoes and fenugreek, finished in a lightly spiced coconut sauce) or the Palak Paneer (chunks of cottage cheese cooked with spinach) as a main course and Kheer (a combination of rice, sugar, milk, almonds and raisins) for a delicious sweet finish. Dilli Delhi is available for banquets for up to 55 guests.
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Address: U vodárny 10, Praha 3, +420 224 255 369, +420 776 350 157, +420 775 600 002, www.dillidelhi.com
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