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Hop Between 27 Restaurants This Restaurant Week With Ola Prime

Navni posted on 23 April

The much-awaited Restaurant Week is back and we’re ready with our cards to make most of limited spots at some of the city’s most premium restaurants. We say, leave your cars and your stress behind at home and instead, book a luxurious Ola Prime sedan for your special meal.

Sit back, browse the net on Ola’s free Wi-Fi and just watch the city zip by. Did we mention you get two free rides if you make your Restaurant Week reservations through them?

Now that we have your commute all sorted, here’s where you should be setting your destinations to:



Located in the beautiful Dusit Devarana property, Kiyan is a picturesque restaurant set against pools {not the swimming kind} and wooden pillars, all coming together to create an uber luxurious experience. They’ve created a special 7 course menu; highlights include sweet chilli stuffed prawn with green curry, sous vide cooked duck and a Tahitian vanilla brulee.

Where: Dusit Devarana, 21st Milestone, Samalkha, NH 8, Near Rajokri

A Ta Maison

A Ta Maison

Situated in a quiet residential colony in Sunder Nagar, A Ta Maison is a member’s only restaurant which is opening its doors to everyone for Restaurant Week. The menu is a gourmet affair full of dishes such as slow-cooked lamb ravioli, pan seared John Dory and truffle mac and cheese. We hear the chef has trained under four Michelin star chefs and we’re expecting only the best from him.

Where: 21, First Floor, Sundar Nagar Market


Baluchi 3

If you’re looking for a grand Indian feast, we’d suggest booking yourselves a table at Baluchi at The Lalit. The menu is a grand affair comprising dishes like Dal Baluchi, Malai Artichoke, Paan Biryani, Aloobukhara Kofta and Shorshey Maach. With a selection of breads, of course.

Where:  The Lalit, Barakhamba Avenue, Connaught Place

Eau De Monsoon

eau de Monsoon

They had us a Hot Tender Lamb Curry with Jaisalmer Chilli. Eau De Monsoon is known for its experiments with fusion cooking and more often than not, they get it spot on. How about a Gulab Jamun Malai Cheesecake this weekend?

Where: Le Meridien, Connaught Place

Neung Roi

Neung Roi

Sign up for a Thai meal which comprises more than the usual curries. The Isan style pork curry, wok fried tofu, crispy fried fish and water chestnut in jasmine syrup await you.

Where: Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi, Mahipalpur

P.S. All the participating restaurants are offering lunch at a flat rate of INR 1,100 {plus taxes} and dinner at INR 1,300 {plus taxes} per person.

These are just the first five restaurants we think you should visit; there are 22 more you can cover within the week. Up for it? We suggest you hook yourselves up with the Ola app and effortlessly glide from one restaurant to the next, while updating your Instagram on the go {three cheers for free Wi-Fi!}.

Find out more about Restaurant Week here.

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