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   Connoisseurs of non-vegetarian food can expect to have a great time in Delhi. Although the non-vegetarian part of Delhi’s cuisine is predominantly based on Mughalai food, there are also numerous options for other flavours too.  In a nutshell, Delhi is a mixing basket of exotic as well as mainstream food from a wide variety of places, ranging from Kerala, Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal and many more. If you want to taste something from a more exotic place like Afghanistan, Tibet, China etc, you will not be disappointed either. Although in some cases, the food is somewhat modified to appeal to  spice loving Indian palette, there are quite a few places where you can get the food as it’s made it’s in place of origin. Credit for it goes to the large number of expatriates from various countries which have made Delhi their home

Types of Non-Vegetarian Food in Delhi

       Most common and popular non-vegetarian dishes are based on  chicken and mutton  followed by fish. Places serving beef and pork dishes are not as numerous but you can find them with some effort.
Meat curries, non-vegetarian food in IndiaThere are specialised places serving different kind of non-vegetarian food dishes like Mughalai, Punjabi, fish  and various other regional Indian varieties.  A lot of places serve non-vegetarian as well as good quality vegetarian food, so there is no reason for anyone to feel left out. Meat dishes are usually spicy and come in a huge variety like kebabs, curries, tikka,  and some others. Meat prepared on a charcoal barbecue is also very popular.
Sea food is not as popular but there are a few places which serve good quality fish, prawns and other miscellaneous sea food dishes. But finding good sea-food is dependent upon a number of factors, including seasons
There is something delicious for every thing ranging from starters, snacks to main course.
Our food tours in Delhi cover some of the best non-vegetarian food joints,
2012-12-13T07:12:57+00:00 Blog, Non-vegetarian|8 Comments

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  1. MR MYA HTOO February 8, 2013 at 5:18 am - Reply

    goat curry( how to say )

    • delhifood February 8, 2013 at 6:04 am - Reply

      It’s called Mutton curry in most places.

  2. harminder May 2, 2013 at 11:19 pm - Reply

    i just love kakori kababs…..wish i could have when i was in delhi…..

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