Old Delhi Haveli: Hotel Dharampura


The new kid on the block, Dharampura,  is going straight into every guide book.  Why?  The food is good, but the building that it’s served in what everyone is talking about.

Dating back to 1887, the Dharampura Haveli, in the heart of Old Delhi, has been loving restored by Vijay and Siddhant Goel.  They’ve shown what’s possible and given diners a glimpse of what Old Delhi used to look.

There’s Veg and Non Veg set menu’s offer up of selection of taste sensations to get your tongue and taste buds in the mood.

Lahkori specialises in bringing the streets foods of nearby Chandni Chowk to the restaurant table, before turning to the present day and bringing modern India cuisine based on the best of traditional recipes for its mains and desserts.

For more information on Hotel Dharampura, the story of its renovation and photos of its past, click on this link.

Make sure you make the time to take a tour around the haveli and head on up to the rooftop for views over the Jama Masjid and Old City.  There’s music and dance performances, kite flying, hertitage walks and move, so make sure you don’t miss out when booking.

It’s also worth noting that they do a really good lassi – the lassi made it onto Namaste New Delhi’s list of the best 5 lassi’s in the city, so it must be good, right?

And there’s more.  It is also a hotel, so you can stay the night and wake up to the regal world of the walled city.


Photos thanks to Dharampura website and Facebook pages


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