Suppose there is one popular diet trend that has taken the world by surprise in recent years. In that case, it is the global increase in the number of people transitioning to vegetarianism. Several nutritionists and fitness professionals around the world believe it is the safest way to live. A vegetarian diet has been attributed to a lower risk of heart disease and diabetes. The diet also contains a plethora of external benefits that promote healthier skin, hair, and nails.

Though the movement has only recently gained traction worldwide, a strictly vegetarian diet has long been a part of Indian culture; no country is more closely identified with vegetarianism than India.

Since time immemorial, a large portion of India has had a lavish spread of vegetarian delights ranging from cocktails, starters, main course, and desserts, thus ignoring one of the most common criticisms levied at a vegetarian diet-its small selection of foods available. Meat and poultry lovers can enjoy their succulent preparations in fine-dining restaurants. Still, an explosion of vegetarian cuisines experimenting with seasonal vegetables, spices, oils, and grains has kept vegetarians satisfied as well.

Go, Vegetarians, here is the list of Best vegetarian restaurants in Delhi that you will relish.

Burma Burma 

burma burma

Serves vegetarian Pan-Asian and Burmese cuisine in Delhi-favorite NCR’s haunt Cyber Hub Gurugram. Among the most common dishes are Veg Khao Suey, Raw Mango Salad, Mushroom-filled grilled rice, Kaffir Lime Cooler, Samosa Curry, Flaky Parantha, and others. Burma Burma’s menu features the oddest yet most delectable veggie dishes.

INR 1,500 for a two-person meal

Address: Ground Floor, Shop 6, Building 8, Tower C, Cyber Hub, DLF Cyber City, Gurugram

Cafe Carnatic

cafe carnatic

Do you have a craving for some delectable South Indian cuisine? There is no need to go any further. Carnatic Café serves affordable South Indian cuisine. Apart from daily favorites like Mysore Masala Dosa and Rava Masala Dosa, it also serves various unique dosas like Bombat Dosa and Mallesharam 18th Cross, named after Bangalore’s popular street. This thick, fluffy treat slathered with Chutney podi and white butter will have you slurping all the way there.

Dinner for two: 550 INR

M-21, M Block Market, Greater Kailash (GK) 2, New Delhi

Veg Gulati

veg gulati

What happens when a well-known fine dining establishment opens a branch that caters exclusively to one segment of a diet group? In certain cases, it can fall flat, but not with Veg Gulati, an all-vegetarian branch of Delhi’s Pandara Road’s favorite restaurant Gulati. They have everything from paneer to vegetables, mushrooms, corns, and soya. A gastronomic pleasure.

INR 1,200 for a meal for two

Address: 8, Pandara Road Market, New Delhi



A completely vegetarian diet is not uncommon in India, especially in states such as Rajasthan and Gujarat. Shraman at the Ashok Hotel serves authentic Marwari, Gujarati, Jain food, and traditional North Indian fares like Malai Koftas and Shahi Paneer.

INR 2,000 for a two-person meal

The Ashok, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi.

Also Read, 8 Best South Indian Restaurants In Delhi

Saravana Bhawan

sarvana bhawan

Many of us have seen or heard our mates lined up outside Saravana Bhawan to sample authentic South Indian cuisine. Is the buzz really justified? Certainly! For the most filling Tamil culinary experience, opt for the Tamil Nadu fixed-thali. Dal, sambhar, poriyal, koottu (vegetables), pachadi, rasam, special kuzambhu, curd, appallam, dry chutney, and pickles are eaten with poori or rice.

Dinner for two: 500 INR

Connaught Circus, P-13, Connaught Place, New Delhi



A Satvik diet revolves around seasonal foods. One of the scientific reasons for Navratra fasting is to detox the body through seasonal changes. Consuming seasonal foods during this time achieves not only the goal but also leaves your body light. In reality, scientists worldwide agree that seasonal foods can be consumed all year round for nutritional benefits.

Dinner for two: 1,700 INR

Select Citywalk Mall, S-5, 2nd Floor, Saket, New Delhi

Devang House

devang house

Devang House is one of the newest restaurants on the block. It is located in the heart of the capital at the Ashoka Hotel. It serves new, healthy food in a relaxing atmosphere. The menu has been specially selected by renowned chef Sabyasachi Gorai. It includes the best seasonal and organic veggie delights, including the seasonal green smoothie (made with kale, spinach, and seasonal vegetables), apple pomegranate organic juice, Mediterranean salad, or Olive and Rosemary Focaccia Sandwich.

INR 1,500 for a two-person meal

The Ashok, Chanakyapuri is the address.



The singing of “Hare Rama Hare Krishna” echoes in Govinda’s environment. Govinda’s, situated in the heart of Delhi’s Iskcon shrine, is another of the best vegetarian restaurants in Delhi. They have a special buffet scheme, and the food is Lord Krishna’s Prasad. Govinda’s is known for its plain and divine food. They specialize in North Indian cuisine as well as Chinese cuisine, shakes, and lassis.

Where: Nehru Place, ISKCON Temple

The cost for two is roughly INR 1100.