India, Chinese, Thai & More: Call Arvindji To Cater For Your Dinner Parties

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What Makes It Awesome

Throwing a party and looking for a catering service? Then, Arvindji’s catering service sends chefs to your home to cook a meal for a dinner party or gathering; his menu includes Thai, Chinese, Indian, and Continental cuisine (what else could get better here?). 

The chefs from Arvindji arrive with their own prepped ingredients, and begin cooking about 30 minutes before you eat, so that you are served piping-hot, fresh food. Yes, he sends servers as well. While they don’t charge to come to most South Delhi areas, they do levy a fee for commuting to Noida, Gurgaon or Faridabad. That said, all it takes is one phone call and a gas cylinder, and your party is in great hands! The total amount for Arvindji’s services is given over the phone; just hand over the cash to the chef at the end of the night. We do recommend you book their services in advance so that they can come fully equipped.

They do appetisers and main courses, which could be from anyone (or a mix) of their four cuisines–Thai, Chinese, Indian or Continental. We’re talking everything from Cold Cuts and Smoked Salmon Platters, Chicken Liver Pate, Goan Prawn Masala, Fish in Lemon Butter Sauce, and even live pasta stations. We strongly recommend the Chicken Satay, Thai curries, Chicken Sesame Toast, Khao Suey, Vegetarian Rice Paper Spring Rolls, and Glass Noodle Salad. You can give the Chicken Meatballs a miss, they were a little dry.

They even have a separate Indian menu for pujas and religious events, and can cook without garlic if you need them to. So whether it’s a birthday, after-party, game night, movie night, or even an Emmy night (we just need a reason to party, evidently), Arvindji will cater to all your food needs.

Price: On request (depends on the dishes and the number of people). The prices of individual dishes are listed on their website and it's extremely easy on the pockets. 

What Could Be Better

They do not make desserts and we are hoping they start serving that too as well.


They're currently serving already cooked meals across Delhi too.


Our resident fun fearless female, she started her career as a features writer with Cosmopolitan Magazine. Also a trained professional dancer, her writing career was put on hold while she attempted to master vigorous jazz hands and perform anywhere else but a Punjabi wedding.