Three Indian restaurants land in ultimate ‘where in the world to eat’ guide
Condé Nast Traveler teased us with the ultimate foodie bucket list for our travels around the world. And we’re happy to announce that three Indian restaurants rank among the world’s best.
The magazine’s first-ever worldwide guide contains “207 of the greatest restaurants around the globe, according to those who eat, cook, and travel for a living.”
Bombay Canteen of Mumbai and Bukhara and Indian Accent, both from New Delhi, landed on the list of best restaurants in the world. Click here for Condé Nast Traveler’s exhaustive ‘where in the world to eat’ guide.
For the “print-it-out, laminate-it, take-a-screenshot-of-it, globe-spanning hit list”, Condé Nast Traveler relied on a panel of experts, including chefs, food writers, and most-in-the-know travellers.
Here’s what the cross-referenced and impassioned guide had to say about these Indian restaurants:
Bombay Canteen, Mumbai
“Amazing vibe, some of the best Indian/fusion food I’ve ever had.” - Sarah Khan
Bukhara, New Delhi
“We love that nothing about this place—the decor, the yogurt and cane-vinegar marinated barrah kebab (leg of lamb)—has changed in 30 years. The result is the most masterful North-West Frontier tandoor-style cooking imaginable. Best of all, you eat everything with your hands.” - Pilar Guzmán
Indian Accent, New Delhi
“Unquestionably the best restaurant in New Delhi, thanks to the baingan bharta, a classic Punjabi eggplant dish served inside a cornetto cone made with sun-dried tomato. Dinner reservations are tough—go for a weekday lunch.” - Justin Bergman