Craving Desi North Indian Khaana? LBB's List Has Got You Covered!

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Dreaming about Butter Chicken, Makai Roti and Dal Makhani? Here are our picks of some of the best north Indian restaurants that’ll cure your hunger pangs.


One of the few rooftop restaurants in the city, Rajputana is an upscale North Indian Restaurant that you must visit with bae as the ambiance is super romantic. Gorge on Lahori Sheekh, Murgh Tikka – Chandni Chowk Wala, Sarson da Saag, Peshawari Naan and Khasta Roti. They also have delicious Mitha (desserts) like Rabri Angoor, Phirni, and Shreekand.

Fully Local

Head over to Fully Local for local north Indian khaana and street style desi food. Their must try dishes are Bombay Sandwich, Vada Pav, Gol Gappe Shots and Kheema Pav. The funky ambiance with amazing food is sure to make you want to go back for more!

Uttar Bhojan

Ghar ki Thali, Chole Bhature and soft, hot Aloo, Mooli and Gobi parathas are some things you can savour here. They also have Lacha Paratha with gravies like Paneer Butter Masala and sandwiches too. Bhujiya Sandwich and Chilly Cheese Sandwich is definitely worth a try.

Little North

Located right on the main road, Little North is famous for its pocket-friendly Lunch Thali Prime. For just INR 195 the thali includes a drink, a starter, three butter phulkas/one tandoori butter roti, one subzi, a flavoured rice, dal, a pappad, and a salad. They also have an A La Carte Menu; we suggest choosing the Missi Roti and Palak Paneer.

Moti Mahal Deluxe Tandoori Trail

Tandoori lovers, this place is bae! Tandoori Chicken, Lasooni Kebab, Achari Tikka, and Butter Naan are some of the favourites here. It isn’t a great place for dessert, but the north Indian food does enough justice to overlook that. The ambiance is absolutely stunning as the restaurant really does look like a deluxe mahal with plush interiors and furniture. They also have some room for parking which makes the entire dining experience a hassle-free one.

Lucky Da Punjabi Dhaba

This small joint in Perungudi is sure to make you feel like you’re in a real dhaba on NH 15! With quirky interiors and dhaba style, furniture comes yummy Punjabi khaana too. Don’t miss out on their kebabs and lassi, they also have many combos and thalis which are great for lunch and dinner.

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