Keep Calm And Curry On! 5 Places To Check Out During Bira 91 International Curry Week

International Curry Week

Thank your stars peeps, Bira 91 has just dropped something you shouldn’t miss out on! Grabbing a pint of chilled beer and salivating over your favourite curry dishes.

What to expect at Bira91’s International Curry Week

Bira91’s International Curry Week is taking place across multiple restaurants in 3 cities! It’s happening across New Delhi, New York and Singapore. And the ones in Delhi are quietly beckoning us to drop by. Hence, we feel it’s time we did justice to our appetite and moved over!! Check out these 5 must-visit places and remember, KEEP CALM AND CURRY ON. 😉

1. AnnaMaya

AnnaMaya is one of the best places in Delhi based on the European concept of food halls. The place offers 5 different sections including a live kitchen while remaining true to its Indian roots – making it a treat to the senses [and the stomach, of course].

Must Try: Duck Nadan Curry, Spiced Mango Curry, Lotus Root Kofta

2. Cafe Delhi Heights

Cafe Delhi Heights is known for its wide variety of delicious food! And what makes it, even more, better is that it constantly introduces interesting new meals every now and then. So, you get ready to be surprised!

Must Try: Thai Green Curry with Rice, Captain Chicken Curry with Jalapeno Biryani

3. Dramz

So, the best part about Dramz Whiskey Bar & Lounge is their view! Sublime from the time you first see it, the place offers a view that can easily put you in a trance. And their food is the perfect complement to the view they offer of the Qutub Minar!

4. Jom Jom Malay

The hugely successful pop-up at Asian Hawkers Market 2016 led to the opening of Jom Jom Malay! A restaurant that specialises in Malaysian cuisines & dishes – and you know what they say about the curries, it’s HOT AF!

Must Try: Malaysian Vegetable Curry, Malaysian Red Chicken Curry

5. Lavaash by Saby

There are certain restaurants in Delhi that often dubbed great. But for Lavaash by Saby, that’s an understatement and here’s why! It’s possibly the only place in Delhi that offers authentic Armenian food. And while, its’ true, we don’t much about the cuisine, the curries – it would seem – are stroke right out the park.

Must Try: Coconut and Vegetable Stew, Prawn Malai Curry, Railway Mutton Curry

So, basically, what we’ve been hinting at here is that these are 5 of the places that we would recommend you head to. Otherwise, you can also check out:

Rustoms, Jamun, Masala House, Shibuya, Mahabelly, Pings, Delhi Club House, Fig & Maple, Coast Café, Kylin, Surahi, Lazeez Affaire, Ambrosia Bliss, Nook, Big Wong, Godfather, Bistro 360 and many more.

Decided where ya wanna go? Well, in the meanwhile, you can book your places here.

P.S. Don’t forget to pair your fave curry dishes with a pint of Bira 91 beer!

Cover Image Courtesy | TNC Network

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