Go Now: Restaurant Week India is Back

Fine dining at the country’s best restaurants, for less. | By NGT Staff  
Nimisserie in Bengaluru serves North Indian cuisine with a contemporary spin, and is one of the many restaurants participating in Restaurant Week India. Photo: Nimisserie/Facebook
Nimisserie in Bengaluru serves North Indian cuisine with a contemporary spin, and is one of the many restaurants participating in Restaurant Week India. Photo: Nimisserie/Facebook

Twice a year, diners in India’s bigger cities can sit down to three-course meals at some of the country’s finest restaurants without breaking the bank. Restaurant Week India, now in its 13th edition, runs from Fri September 16 until Sun September 25, 2016. Over a 100 restaurants across Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Pune, Bengaluru, and Chennai will participate in this year’s edition. In Mumbai and Delhi, meals are between ₹1,100 and ₹1,300; they’re lesser in the other cities.

The 10-day culinary event offers lunch and dinner at a mix of stand-alone and hotel restaurants, including Cantonese restaurant Yauatcha (Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Bengaluru) and Japanese restaurant Sakura at The Metropolital Hotel, Delhi. Menus vary, but generally include a choice of appetisers, main course, and dessert. For an additional fee, diners can upgrade their menus to include the restaurant’s signature dishes.

For a list of restaurants, menus and to book a table, visit www.restaurantweekindia.com.

Prices for Restaurant Week vary across cities. Mumbai and Delhi: lunch ₹1,100, dinner ₹1,300; Bengaluru: lunch ₹900, dinner ₹1,100; Chennai: lunch ₹750, dinner ₹900; Kolkata: lunch & dinner ₹900; Pune: ₹750 lunch & dinner (taxes extra). Reservations fill up quickly, so book soon.

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