Anyone travelling on flights to Delhi will find plenty of good food on offer in the city, it has been noted.
People who have booked flights to Delhi later this year will find that there are a whole host of eating options open to them on arrival in the city.
One travel journalist commented that there is something to suit everyone who arrives in Delhi, regardless of budget or taste.
Writing for Wales Online, Alison Young recommended trying tandoori chicken and tandoori roti, which she described as “one dish not to miss”.
Another option suggested by the journalist is a visit to a Ploof, which offers seafood as its speciality.
Ms Young thoroughly enjoyed the food at this type of establishment, saying “despite Delhi being landlocked, it [the food] is superb”.
Good food is not the only attraction of visiting India’s capital. She suggested a few must-visit sights for anyone on holidays to Delhi.
Among them are the Indian International Centre and the Qutab Minar, which is a tower standing at 73 metres in height that was constructed to celebrate victory over Delhi’s last Hindu kingdom in the 13th century.
The red sandstone tower is on the Unesco World Heritage Site list, with the organisation noting that the surrounding buildings in the complex are “notably magnificent”.
Written by Alex Cochrane