The 200-year-old mansion, hidden in the narrow lanes of old Delhi’s Chandni Chowk is truly a gem. Known by the name of Haveli Dharampura (also as “Goel Sahab ki Haveli”), it took nearly 6 years to restore this mansion and turn it into an architectural masterpiece. This place is quite famous among the Delhiites. It will take you back to the Mughal era with its intrinsic architecture, music, food and dance.

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The Lakhori restaurant offers luxury style dining with a great range of north Indian street food and Mughal delicacies. Located on the ground floor of the haveli. The food quality and taste are truly impeccable. They offer both À la carte and buffet. The ambience truly lightens up your mood with the soothing music playing in the background and the rooftop view of Jama Masjid. In the evening, they also have live music and Kathak dance for entertainment.

P.S: If you are going for deserts, then do try the paan kulfi.

view-from-the-topLakhori Restaurant’s view from the top

food-at-haveli-dharampuraShahi Paneer with Achari Pyaaz and Lachha Parantha & Paan Kulfi

roof-top-diningRooftop dining area

view-from-the-roofView of Jama Masjid from the roof of Haveli, Dharampura

Getting there:

Address – Haveli Dharampura, Anar Gali, off Gali Guliyan, Delhi – 6

The best way to reach Haveli Dharampura is via Metro since the lanes are too narrow for a car to enter. The nearest metro is Chandini Chowk/ Chawri Bazar (both are at the same distance). It is just a stone throw away from Jama Masjid.

Lakhori doesn’t accept walk-ins, so don’t forget to book your tables.

Lakhori - Haveli Dharampura Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato
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