Celebrate This Women’s Day At These Iconic Places In Delhi
Image Credit: Harajuku café

Come March and the whole world gears up to celebrate Women’s day, a day that celebrates the power to be a woman and promote gender-neutral society. It’s always a great to appreciate her effort and dedication and why not do it in style where she celebrates with her bunch raising a toast to herself and her tribe. 

And keeping up with the same spirit here are few places in the capital, that’s celebrating this day with all fancy frills. 

The Tangra Project, DLF Avenue, Saket

The Tangra Project is synonymous to delectable dishes and an extensive flavour palette, the “project” in the name signifies the consistent evolution and culinary progression where a team of skilled chefs is bringing a diversity of bites from across the globe under one umbrella. The food menu of the restaurant is magnanimous with more than 300 dishes which has been segmented based on the neighborhoods and various influences that has inspired the food in Calcutta. From Mughlai food to Anglo- Indian signatures, from traditional Bengali gems to popular Indian- Chinese inspired by the Hakka community who migrated to India, the unique menu of Tangra Project has something for myriad taste buds. The restaurant also boasts Delhi’s first ever Walk-in bar, inside a shopping mall.

This International Women's Day the Tangra Project is treating its patrons with special deals. For a bottle of Chandon Rosé bottle at a special price of INR 2500+ taxes, while the Red and White wine sangria 1 ltr at INR 1999+ taxes

Harajuku Tokyo Cafe (Saket & Gurgaon)

Harajuku Tokyo Cafe is offering a whole range of gastronomical delights from Japan, right from fluffy Japanese pancakes and cheesecakes, the world-famous Japanese breads; street food like takoyaki, chicken karaage and the twelve-inch-long Japanese fries; fun desserts like taiyaki (ice cream in a fish shaped cone!), and the popular Harajuku crepes; ramen, chahan, sushi, and amongst other dishes. The most instagrammable cafe in town teems with vibrant murals, quirky spaces with a live baking station, and Japanese pop culture vibe with claw machine, Manga comics and art Japan-inspired installations. So why not make your Women's day dine-in experience extra special with scrumptious Japanese delights.  

Ditas, Mehrauli

This Women's Day, experience a specially curated dessert from Ditas to satiate your foodie cravings and showcase your love for the woman in your life in the most delicious way! Apart from that’s there on the menu, Ditas has added Cinnamon Fallen Apple to its menu in honour of Women's Day. Cinnamon Fallen Apple is a combination of fresh apple and pear dices cooked in cinnamon ginger powder and sprinkled with tiny brown sugar crystals, then placed within traditional tuile. This dish is bound to make the women in your life feel special and valued.

Recipe- Cinnamon Fallen Apple

    Classic Tuile- 1 no.

    Apple- 100gm

    Pears- 100gm

    Oats crumble- 100gm (cinnamon powder & ginger powder)

    Vanilla ice cream- one scoop.

    Whisky Caramel- 40ml


    Fresh Strawberry

    Candid apple bark

    Whipped cream

    Mint leaves




    Gather the ingredients. Preheat the oven to 350degree f.

    Peel and core apples and pears. Cut into dices.

    Place the diced apple and pears in the baking tray with sprinklings of the cinnamon, brown sugar & ginger powder. Bake it for 10 to 15 minutes.

    Place oats crumble & baked cinnamon apples, pears in Tuile.

    Pour Whisky caramel on the top of filled Tuile.

    Garnish with fresh slice strawberry, candid apple bark, fresh mint leaves along with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.