Top 10 Takeaway Dishes in Delhi That Travel Well

Top 10 Takeaway Dishes in Delhi That Travel Well
Representative Image: Order your favourite biryani from Novotel's regional variants , Photo Credit: Shutterstock

Here's what you should be ordering in this weekend and why

Rupali Dean
June 18 , 2021
08 Min Read

Many times we order food from a place we liked only to find that it just doesn’t taste the same as it did at the restaurant. This could be because that dish hasn’t travelled well or hasn’t been properly treated at home after receipt.

Here’s a list of 10 dishes, which are trending in home delivery orders, and which travel really well. 

PLA NEUNG MANAO FROM THE QUBE, THE LEELA PALACE 
The freshly prepared zesty sauce and Chilean sea bass is a culinary treat and is a showstopper amongst Thai food lovers at the hotel. The delicate flavours of Thai herbs in the fish bring out traditional flavours. The herbs are authentic and the recipe is Chef Krungthong’s (who spearheads the Thai section) traditional family recipe and brings to life this delicacy of Isan region in Thailand. The recipe itself makes the dish stand out.

Heating process at home
Heat in the oven for 4 minutes or on the pan for 2 minutes

Price 
Rs
2,150 

How to order
Call/WhatsApp : 9560093862

GOSHT BIRYANI FROM ELAN, THE LODHI
The Gosht Biryani
While biryani is usually made in massive handis (pots) in large batches, at The Lodhi, it is cooked in individual serving bowls which keeps the aroma intact into each bowl. This is a traditional Lucknow style recipe that is marinated overnight with handpicked spices. The biryani is cooked on dum with aromatic basmati rice.

Heating process at home
Transfer the biryani into a non-stick pan and place on low heat for 3-4 minutes with the lid on

Price
Rs 1,275 plus taxes

How to order
Call at +91-11-43633333

100 HOUR DRY AGED ROAST DUCK FROM JW MARRIOTT AEROCITY
The humble pedigreed duck raised on the award winning organic Gayatri Farms is given the Emperor’s treatment by Chef Travis Loh. The duck is dry aged for 100 hours in an Asian rub and cooked in a traditional Duck oven. The rub has 17 different ingredients. 

Heating process at home  
Microwave the duck for 45 seconds to warm up the duck and yet retain the juicy texture.

Price
Half a duck  Rs. 3,500,  Whole duck  Rs. 5,500

How to order
Get in touch with Chef Travis, this dish is made to order and takes 36 hr of ordering experience.Guests can place the order via the link: https://swiggy.onelink.me/888564224/29e1caa4

REGIONAL BIRYANIS FROM NOVOTEL AEROCITY
The biryani from Novotel
On offer is a range of authentic Biryani’s from all across India. Specific rice is used for each biryani to maintain the true nature and flavours. Needless to add Individual Dum cooking technique and authentic ingredients from each region are a part of the recipe.

Heating process at home
It’s simple! Since the Biryani comes in earthen clay pots and is sealed using a thick paste made of flour, you can just put it in the microwave and heat it for a few minutes 

Price 
Starts from INR 695 + taxes

How to order
Click on http://bit.do/homedeliverymenu to order OR call 9871 66 66 00 for delivery/takeaway.

THREESIXTYONE CHAAT BOX FROM THE OBEROI GURGAON
The Chaat box
Thethreesixtyone° chaat box fulfils the craving of street food while you stay safe at home. The box is of three types, capturing the flavours of India’s three cities famous for their chaat. The items range from Vada pao, Gol gappa and Ghugni to mouth-watering variants. Executive Chef Manish Sharma says “We have created an unsweetened version of Jalebi to go well with the chaat box. This was an unusual way of making Jalebi to make it go well with the box”.

Heating process at home
The hot items from Chaat box does not require heating if consumed within 30 minutes of the delivery, rest items like the papdi chaat , sev poori are best served at room temperature.

Price
Rs 1,025 plus taxes.

How to order
Call +91 9811289169 or through the online delivery link https://onlinedelivery.oberoihotels.com/Gurgaon

BOHRIKHEEMA PAV FROM SODABOTTLEOPENERWALA
The Bohri Keema Pavings
The kitchen uses the finest quality meat in this dish and the minced meat is derived from the goat’s leg. The original Kheema pav from the streets of Mumbai can be really spicy. However, here they have intentionally kept the spices slightly on the mild side to make this dish palatable for more people. 

Heating process at home
Kheema can be heated by putting it for 30 seconds in the microwave oven or a quick stir over the cooking range. Pav can be heated over a tawa (griddle)

Price
Rs. 425 + taxes

How to order
Click on sodabottleopenerwala.dotpe.in to order a direct restaurant delivery and get a flat 25% discount and free delivery

PERI PERI CHICKEN SUN BURST FROM MOON MOON
The Peri Peri Chicken
Their bestsellers are the Peri Peri Chicken Sunburst and the Tandoori Paneer Moonrocks. The secret of these Crustwiches is that they are oven-baked in a very specific manner. This leads to warm, delicious, melty, and cheesy stuffing and perfectly crusty and fluffy bread. They have 14 locations all over the NCR. 

Heating process at home
The best way to heat at home is to just give each Crustwich a few minutes in the OTG. Most of the time it is not necessary, as the packaging allows the Crustwiches to be delivered warm to home

Price
Start at Rs. 235 plus taxes; currently running a special introductory offer of a flat Rs. 80 off on certain flavours on Zomato

How to order
Zomato - you can find the outlet closest to you via this link: bit.ly/3bwk87x

PANEER TIKKA FROM MADAME CURRY
Paneer Tikka from Madame Curry
it’s round shape is inspired by an equipment used in the chemistry lab called watch glass and is stuffed with some secret ingredients. Hands down the best paneer tikka in town!

Heating process at home
It  is served in a Terracotta plate so it can be heated in the microwave and served directly

Price
Rs. 315 plus taxes

How to order
Click on www.madamcurry.in pr order via Zomato / Swiggy

MOROCCAN COUSCOUS FROM NUCROS
A healthy twist using classic Moroccan flavours and ingredients like Turmeric, Couscous, Baby spinach, Pistachios, almonds and raisins. This plant-based, anti-inflammatory and fibre-rich one pot couscous is packed with goodness of Moroccan spices to bring you a warm and hearty meal that we promise you won't stop eating! From a nutrition point, this dish is abundant in iron, selenium, omega 3 fatty acids, and Vitamin K.

Heating process at home
Microwave container for 1-2 mins until heated or transfer to a pan and heat on medium to high flame for 1-2 mins.

Price
Rs.325 plus taxes

How to order
Click on https://www.nucros.com/ or get on Nucros meal subscription programme at (+91) 8448857522, 8448857622

GOSHT RAJWADI FROM HYATT REGENCY GURGAON

This dish is structured around a recipe from the Rajasthan royal family. Their Indian specialty Chef Poonam hails from Rajasthan and has served in the royal family kitchen of Jaipur and Jodhpur. The assortment of special hand-pounded masalas used in the recipe include kachri aka melon seed, mathania chilly, dehydrated garlic and coriander sourced from a town near Jodhpur.

Heating process at home

Reheat on gas.

Price

Rs 375 – half portion; Rs750 – full portion

How to order

Call on 012405021234 or oder via Swiggy/ Zomato


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