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15/96-97, Scindia House, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Connaught Palace, Delhi 110001, DL

+91-9891171998, +91-11-23313554

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Anand Restaurant, Connaught Place, Delhi Reviews

North Indian
May 01, 2015 03:00 PMRead (via Mobile)
If you are looking for some one of the best north Indian dishes you should visit the anand restaurant as they specialised for the north indian dishes.There special dishes are Butter Chicken, Gurday Kapoora, Chicken Biryani etc and many others. These were the dish that I ordered with my famil...Read More

The right place for foodies!
Apr 25, 2012 12:20 AMRead
It's been so many years visiting this restaurant, but its taste of food here is delighting evrytime. It's my all time favourite place for north indian food, be it veg or non-veg.its all great here.Tasty food is accompanied by tasty salad, which makes it even more delightful.Great food is accompa...Read More

Aaaanad aayi gawa!
Aug 30, 2006 10:44 PMRead
This is a tribute to my lost sense of taste...For the past 15 days, I am on medication to sort out my imbalanced and hyper sensitive tongue, ulcers,mouth infection and now viral. I cannot eat anything which is spicy, tangy, hot,cold or anything...which make my tongue suffer more:( It is impossib...Read More

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Tadpaye tarsaye re Delhi ki tandoori !
Feb 11, 2005 02:25 PMRead
The title of this review is derived from one of the monumental and landmark song of Indian cinema history featuring Amrita Arora that compares pyar tera with winter of Delhi...This song has not only inspired me to script such a novel title but also helped me to script a review on one of the Delh...Read More

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