Delhi Brunches – Gastronomic Sophistication at its Best!

The multidimensional facet of Delhi, the capital city of India, is depicted by its tantalizing assortment of monuments, museums, cultural activities and of course, most sought after spots to savour delectable fare. Street food is an allure for numerous foodies disembarking their flights to Delhi Airport. If you want to gorge on scrummy dishes whilst experiencing the upscale service, choose from plethora of hi-end restaurants located across the city. Such establishments entice epicureans with their extensive brunch menus. Here’s a list of few of the most notable ones.


Magique is a villa-styled eating joint located at Garden of Five Senses, a prominent park in South Delhi. The open-air setting and top picks from international cuisines such as Italian, Mexican, Middle Eastern, Chinese in addition to specialities from various parts of India make for an impressive spot to relish delicious brunch amidst quaint surroundings. Aromas of grilled items such as Jumbo Prawns and Kiwi Lamp Chops sprinkled with lemon garlic butter tickle the senses of the most discerning gluttons. Dessert lovers boarding Delhi bound flights can satiate their appetite for desserts while enjoying a luxurious brunch at Magique and taste Dreamy Carrot Cake and Chocolate Cake-and-Mousse.


Cosy ambience, lavish decor and an incredible assortment of wines and scrumptious salads, desserts, pizzas and more is just a glimpse of Olive Beach. This snazzy restaurant is an integral part of Hotel Diplomat located at Chankyapuri, one of the most affluent areas in the city and a sure visit for people who travel by premium class on flights! Presentation and taste of even the most common food items of India, Europe and Middle East on the brunch menu are enhanced by the experiments of celebrated Chef Saby and are a lure for foodies booking flights to explore the uniqueness of Delhi’s gastronomy.

Brunch at Drift offers sumptuous options for epicureans craving for delicacies from North India, South India, France, Italy, China and Americas. Their menu is peppered with baked items such as croissants and doughnuts apart from pasta and broiled fish. International travelers dining here can ill afford to miss out on ordering something at the Prantha Station that specializes in serving north Indian specialty parantha, flat bread stuffed with variety of ingredients.