A Day in Delhi with Kopal

With a population of 29 million, Delhi is crazy, vibrant and colourful — with so many amazing places to eat, shop and experience. And there are a very special few that you simply cannot miss.

Here are my top picks of places you must visit should you find yourself in a short stayover in magical Delhi. 

TO EAT

Breakfast

Nico Caara is a restaurant at the Chanakyapuri. It’s a lovely restaurant to enjoy delicious and fresh food.

Buffet

AnnaMaya is based in Aerocity. This delicious buffet is made up of locally sourced organic artisanal products, and is a must for anyone wanting to fill themselves up with some of the best local foods in Delhi.

Lunch

Tres is based in Lodi Colony. At Tres they serve delicious food cooked in innovative and imaginative ways, offering a different way to experience traditional Indian cuisine.   

TO EXPERIENCE

THE BEST PLACES TO VISIT TO EXPERIENCE NEW DELHI

Whilst New Delhi is an amazing place to visit, it can get overwhelming at times, so its great to take a break and escape the buzzing city with a lovely and peaceful walk through the serene Lodhi Gardens. Lodhi Gardens is one of the most amzing and greenest parks in all of New Delhi. When walking through the Lodhi Gardens you will see many historical monuments and beautiful old trees, as well. But most importantly, you can enjoy the peacefulness.   

TO ENTERTAIN

THE BEST THINGS TO DO FOR ENTERTAINMENT IN NEW DELHI

The Piano Man Jazz Club is an amazing and vibrant piano bar, and one of the best places to enjoy unique live music in New Delhi. You can find this bar located in Safdarjung. 

TO SHOP

 

THE BEST PLACES TO SHOP IN NEW DELHI

For anyone visiting New Delhi, I always recommend definitely going to the Khan Market. The Khan Market is an amazing place for food, drinks, shopping and art spotting, and is a must see for anyone visiting New Delhi. 

 

Be it a long or short stay, you can relish, savour and delight in Delhi's wonderful offerings.

 

With love,

Kopal


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