In this city, expect the unexpected. This time round, that means restaurants that you thought you couldn’t get take out from, but actually can.

Boheme

Even though half of Boheme’s charm lies with its intimate, rustic interiors, there are days you just want some of their Prawn Moilee and Malabar parottas, and you want them in bed. We’re here to tell you- just start dialling.

PS: Boheme is currently closed for renovation. It will re-open soon; we’ll keep you posted.

Contact: 011 49053292, +91 9810320226

Find out more here and follow them on Facebook here.

Fork You

Fork you

Them buns have, and always will be, our go-to comfort food, and considering you can dig in while lounging about in your PJs just ups the comfort factor. Go for their classic tenderloin burger, or better yet- make your own {helloooo bacon}.

Contact: 011 33106457

Find out more here and follow them on Facebook here.

Gulati Restaurant

Bookmark this Pandara Road gem for all your fancy dinner parties and have some of the city’s best butter chicken and galouti kebabs delivered right to your table. Plus? No more waiting for a table.

Contact: 011 23388836

Find out more here and follow them on Facebook here.

Elma’s Bakery, Bar & Kitchen

red velvet

Gone are the days when you needed to trudge to the inner lanes of Hauz Khas to get your fix of red velvet cake and apple pie. Just order in instead- especially on days you’re down and out. Dessert can fix anything; we vouch for it.

Contact: 011 26521020, +91 9711117516

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Cafe DIVA

DIVA hardly ever does wrong. Whether you go for their risotto, pizza, perhaps a steak, or the Mrs. K’s dahi mutton- you’ll finish full and satiated. Might we suggest you reserve this for a girls night, or a casual dinner where you’re playing host?

Contact: 011 41011948

Find out more here and follow them on Facebook here.

Chaayos

Chayoos

Wouldn’t you like to have a whole variety of tea delivered to you, in quaint cardboard kettles that keep it warm and are pleasing to the eye? We think it’d be mighty helpful for a high tea arrangement. Throw in a bunch of cookies {we recommend their oatmeal ones} and you’re good to go.

Find your nearest outlet here and follow them on Facebook here.

Featured photo courtesy Harshita Birdi.