Do you know how much Delhi loves its multi-cuisine restaurants? Being in the capital city, you won’t have any tough luck finding a restaurant that fits your budget and preference, and makes you feel like you just found so many pieces of the world that truly resonate with you. So what makes Parikrama, a regular fine-dine restaurant in the capital city, one of the best multi-cuisine restaurants in Connaught Place? 

Parikrama’s highlight is its thrilling setup as it’s a revolving dining restaurant. Yes, you read that right. Being located at the 24th floor, Delhi’s only revolving restaurant allows the guests to see the view of the city at a pinnacle of 240 feet in 90 minutes.


Shaped in the form of a circle, the space revolves at a slow pace as the guests dine, so that the guest may enjoy the feeling of sitting in this one-of-a-kind restaurant. They’ll always remember this adventurous experience in Delhi.  As Connaught Place is one of the most iconic places that was built in the colonial period, it holds major importance and attracts visitors from all over the world. If you dine during the day, you’ll have the iconic tourist spots such as Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Birla Mandir and Parliament House as your view, while in the night you can have the city lights accompanying you.  

We must say that Parikrama, one of Delhi’s oldest restaurants, has received a lot of praise, and thus it has retained its reputation as one of people’s favourite spots. It has been given credit for originality of course, but the steaming popularity of the restaurant increased due to the quality of food that is prepared for guests.  

The bestsellers include dishes such as kebabs and tikkas in a lip-smacking variety. Furthermore, the signature dish of the restaurant is Dal Maharani which keeps the vegetarian guests craving for more! You may also love the assorted variety of dishes from other cuisines such as Asian, Mediterranean, Italian, Lebanese and Chinese. For example, if you are going to choose Asian, try the pad thai noodles or the soups. The dishes are marked at steep prices, but going to Parikrama is absolutely worth the experience.