5 Places that are providing Satvik Thali this Navratri

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5 Places that are providing Satvik Thali this Navratri
5 Places that are providing Satvik Thali this Navratri

New Delhi : In Sanskrit, Navratri means "nine nights" - Nava means "nine" and Ratri means "nights." Each day is associated with a different manifestation of the Goddess Durga. The first three days of Navratri are traditionally dedicated to Durga or Kali, the next three to Lakshmi, and the final three to Saraswati. There are only some specifics which one can eat if the person is observing vrat. Sabudana Khichdi, Kuttu ke atte ke pakode or puri, fruit chaat, or kheer are some of the most popular fasting foods. If you're fasting all nine days and are tired of eating the same things, try some exceptional Navratri fast foods! Here we have 5 places serving you with the best Satvik Thali.

1. The Chhaunk:

It is a cloud kitchen based in Gurgaon, but they have several outlets in Delhi NCR. The Chhaunk is preparing a special thali for the fasting people during Navratri. They are also offering a 25% discount on their food menus.

The Chhaunk is providing the following food items to all Hindu devotees for the Navratri festival: Singhare Ke Atte Ki Puri with Aloo Ki Sabji (Without Onion & Garlic), Kuttu Ki Puri with Aloo Ki Sabji, Jeera Aloo, Kaddu Ki Sabji, and Bihari Style Khatta Meetha kaddu, Roasted Makhana with Rock Salt, Rice Kheer / Makhana Kheer and Paneer ki Sabji. You can order these delicious dishes over Dunzo, Zomato and Swiggy.

The thali costs Approx: Rs 180 to 320.

2. Kiyan works at Roseate:

It is commemorating Navratri 2022 with an extravagant feast that will leave you wanting more. Dal chironji, Kacche mirch ka paneer, Khubani ki chutney, Makhana kheer, Sabudana papad, Kuttu ki poori, and other dishes are available.

The thali costs Rs. 2,499/- plus taxes. This delightful restaurant can be found at Asset 10, Northern Access Rd, Aerocity, Hospitality District, Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi 110037.

3: The Masala Trail:

Osama Jalali's The Masala Trail is a vegetarian restaurant with signature dishes from all over India. They have come up with some exciting new dishes this Navratri. Their special Navratri menu includes vrat-friendly combo meals as well as a variety of snacks.

The thali costs Rs. 600/- plus taxes. You can visit it in Select Citywalk Mall, 2nd Floor, Saket, New Delhi.

4. Andaz Delhi's AnnaMaya:

While AnnaMaya is well-known for its signature brunches, its carefully curated Navratri menu is not to be missed. You can select from various fasting recipes made with locally sourced ingredients. Once you have tasted their Navratri dishes, you will want them again and again.

The thali costs Rs. 1,700/- plus taxes. It can be found on the ground floor of Asset No.1, Aerocity, New Delhi, Delhi 110037.

5: Vivanta Delhi's Creo:

It will serve you a traditional and authentic Navratri thali. Their delectable selection of classic and contemporary dishes will delight your palate. The choice of dishes served is traditional and authentic, making it the perfect place to visit during Navratri.

The thali costs Rs. 1,299/- plus taxes. You can visit Vivanta at Service Rd, Sector 21, Dwarka, Delhi, 110075.