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Nepalese, Latin American, Vietnamese: 5 Restaurants To Put On Your Weekend Bucket List

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Seen a lot of restaurants trending on social media recently? We’re telling you which ones live up to the hype. From Vietnamese to South American to Naga, take a break from your usual and try something new.

Andrea's Eatery

The menu is inspired by the chef’s travels around the world. So if you find a little bit of Mexican, a little bit of Thai and a little bit of Spanish and Vietnamese, don’t be thrown off. It’s not your run-of-the-mill multi-cuisine restaurant.

We personally like the Caramel Pork bowl, the Patatas Bravas, Norwegian Smoked Salmon followed by the Cremino {a coffee and chocolate-based dessert}.

Little Saigon

This one’s a true gem. Run by a Vietnamese couple in a tiny space in Hauz Khas Market, don’t go here expecting fancy things. But do expect foodgasms. Right from their Pho to their grilled prawns to their home-made ice cream, everything is on point.

PS: Don’t forget to try their delicate Summer Rolls which come with a killer peanut sauce.


Nimtho is a relatively new restaurant tucked into the bylanes of GK 1. The menu is a mix of Nepalese and Sikkimese food. Go here for well-prepared pork, thenthuk, Wacheepa {a smokey flavoured rice dish prepared with chicken and burnt feather powder}.

Opt for the Sikkimese Mutton Thali if you don’t want to spend too much time thinking about what to mix and match.


Another cafe in Hauz Khas, Cravity does some great freshly-baked croissants and a stellar Salted Caramel brownie. But their most well-kept secret is easily their Khao Suey. It comes pretty damn close {and this is an understatement} to the one you used to get at Khan Market’s The Kitchen.


Sangam Courtyard’s newest entrant, Nueva shines with its Latin American menu. Expect fresh ceviches, meaty slow-cooked dishes, cheesy appetisers {do try the chunks of ham with figs and cheddar} and decadent desserts {their Cinnamon Tiramisu is comfort food at its best}. It’s a little bit on the expensive side {around INR 2,000 per person without alcohol} but so worth it.

PS: They don’t have a liquor license yet. So if you must have your alcohol, we suggest downing some bellinis at Delhi Club House prior to your meal.