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The Delhi Christmas Food Guide

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‘Tis the season to be jolly, folks! Christmas time is back in Delhi, and it truly feels like the most wonderful time of the year. Christmas is signified by the carols, the Christmas trees, Santa Claus and warm hearts all over the world. But most significantly, Christmas is known for its rum cakes, mulled wines, and hot chocolate and, grand feasts of celebration. So for all you people celebrating Christmas in Delhi this year, here are 5 places where you can get your Christmas spirit going with edible indulgence.

1. The Grand Christmas Brunch, India Habitat Centre (IHC)

Every year, IHC is decked up with lights, Christmas trees, Mistletoe and a vast array of food delights in their Christmas Brunch. Non-members are open to the option of the Christmas Brunch in the All American Diner and members have the option of attending a brunch at their poolside Deck. Spoil yourself with pancakes, waffles, lamb, turkey, chicken and fish along with a variety of cuisines, drinks (Mulled Wine is divine) and desserts. All of this comes with live entertainment! IHC may be a little heavy on your pocket, but it is truly a satisfying experience.

2. A Simple Christmas Meal, Cafe Turtle

A cute and cosy option is at Cafe Turtle, with their three-course Christmas Meal. Indulge in a heart warming Pumpkin Soup, and the warmth of the Carrot Cake, perfectly complemented by the earthiness of the maple cream cheese frosting. Homely Christmas on a plate!

3. Baked Goodness, Wenger’s

When in doubt, go with Wenger’s! One of Delhi’s oldest bakeries, it is known for whipping out divine Christmas goodies at reasonable prices! Treat yourself to delicious Plum Cakes, Rum Cakes, Christmas Cakes, pastries and savouries and then end it with a warm cuppa from the Wenger’s Deli or cool milkshake from the original Keventer’s at Connaught Place.

4. All American Christmas, TGIF

TGIF prepares a set turkey meal, complete with American comfort food like mashed potatoes and Mac n’Cheese. Along with the meal, you can get 2 soft drinks or a glass of red/white wine. The meal is priced reasonably and is a good option to head to with friends for a fulfilling Christmas brunch while rocking out to Bon Jovi and Elvis Presley.

5. An Unconventional Christmas meal, Mamagoto

Christmas may be signified for spreading the holiday cheer with traditional dishes like roasted chicken and plum cakes. But for those of you who want to switch things up a bit, head to Mamagoto who launched their Winter Menu recently which boasts of delicious Asian fare. The menu includes plenty of spicy and tantalizing flavours, guaranteed to warm you up during these holidays.

Knock yourself out with these tantalizing options and spread some holiday cheer. Here’s wishing you all a merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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Joyee Bhattacharya 

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