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Order delicious food in train at New Delhi junction. Experience the taste of regional specialties of New Delhi with our premium e-catering partners at New Delhi station. Railrestro offers wider coverage of restaurants from which you can chose to order food while traveling in train. You can either chose to pay online through our secure payment gateway or opt for cash on delivery (COD). You can place your food order at New Delhi station via our website or Railrestro Mobile App. We love to serve you the best cuisines at New Delhi junction. If you're traveling in group and want to place your food order at New Delhi station, request a call back from our representative and we would be more than happy to assist you in ordering food in train at New Delhi station. Currently Rail Restro has active restaurants that delivers food in train at New Delhi Railway station.
Food Delivery at New Delhi Station- A hub of cosmopolitan culture
In India, New Delhi Station is among the largest and the busiest railway stations. There are total 16 platforms. More then 350 trains arrive and leave this station. More then 500000 passengers commute daily. It is located in Central Delhi, near Connaught Place. For many Shatabdi and Rajdhani Express, this is the main hub. 86 hectare land is occupied by this station. It is Wi-Fi enabled station. During 2010 Commonwealth games, station was expanded and modernized. Station is also used for retail and commercial use.
Pantry Car Facility is available with Kerla Express, Bhopal New Delhi Shatabdi Express, G.T. Express, Tamil Nadu Express etc. In context of The New Delhi Railway Station, trains like, the Jaisalmer - Delhi Express etc. are the kind of trains that do not provide foods to their passengers, and the passengers has to survive some how.
In Delhi, Chandni Chowk is also a popular shopping destination. It is famous for Zari Saris and Jewellery. Delhi is famous for Zardozi and Meenakari. In September, there is â€˜Famous Phool Walon ki Sairâ€™. Flowers are offered to Yogmaya temple and Khwaja Bakhtiyar Kaki. They are located Mehrauli. During Qutub festival, many dancers and musicians perform and how their talent.
Due to the above mentioned factors, Delhi attracts a large no. of tourists from all over the India and abroad. New Delhi Station is the most crowded one. It is a challenging task to provide meals on your train seat and RailRestro is a significant player in this sector. Its client base among tourists is increasing at a fast pace. People can make use of SMS, web site, mobile app or phone call to order hygienic food to Traveler food. Such healthy food is supplied from different Restaurants whose Minimum value of order should be Rs. 150/- whose serving time is minimum 30 minutes after order food. Food Delivery at NEW DELHI Station guarantees you hygienic and prompt food delivery at your seat.
Delhi Junction is one of the major junctions of Indian Railways having its record registered in the Guinness World Records. Delhi, the capital city of India has a historic past, a well-developed political administration, and a hub for tourist who gathers from all over the world to visualize the ancient and present Delhi. Today, Delhi junction has the world's largest Route Relay Interlocking System and one of the busiest railway stations of India entertaining around 250 trains which start and cross every day. There are other major railway stations connecting New Delhi junction such as Delhi Shahdara Junction, Pragati Maidan, Delhi Kishanganj, and Subzi Mandi railway station. Other stations which handle the influx of trains in Delhi are Delhi Sarai Rohilla railway station, Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station and Anand Vihar Railway Terminal. Apart from the history and present administration, Delhi is famous for its food culture and the variety of food it offers to the Delhiites and for the tourists.
The Delhi Metro
Delhi development authority planned to construct a multi-modal transport system for the city. Later DMRC was incorporated in the plan in 1995 and later construction began from 1998. The Delhi Metro has three phases and 8 colored lines riding from one spot to another. DMRC has proposed to construct two more phases in the future. These lines are:
It was the first metro line connecting Rithala (West) to Dilshad Garden (East), covering 25.09 KM. Any metro passenger can board at Dilshad garden metro station which crosses main stations like Shahdara, Kashmere Gate, Inder Lok, Netaji Subhash Place, Rohini East, Rohini West and Rithala.
The yellow line metro was the second line of the metro and the first underground metro at Delhi. It connects the route from Samaypur Badli with HUDA City Centre in Gurgaon. Any rail passenger who are willing to commute to New Delhi railway station from any part of Delhi must board the yellow line metro train. The New Delhi railway station is just a stop after “Chandni Chowk” station. It is one of the most crowded metro stations in Delhi.
The Blue line was the third line of the Delhi metro and the first to connect areas outside Delhi. It connects Dwarika sub-city with sectors of Noida.
Green Line metro is the fifth line of the Delhi Metro network. It runs between Inderlok (station on the Red Line) and Bahadurgarh City Park.
The Violet Line is the sixth line of the Delhi Metro. It connects Escorts Mujesar in Faridabad to Kashmere Gate in New Delhi.
Orange Line: Airport Express:
The Airport Express line runs from New Delhi Railway Station to Dwarka Sector 21, linking the Indira Gandhi International Airport.
The Majenta Line and Pink line are the part of Phase 3 metro construction. The Magenta Line provides direct connectivity to Terminal 1D of Indira Gandhi International Airport and the pink line, at present, connects Majlis Park to Lajpat Nagar.
Famous Spots to Taste Cuisines of Delhi:
Cuisines of Delhi is a mixture of food specialties available all over India. Deep fried chole bhature, Dhoklas, kebabs, chole kulcha, parathas, biriyani, Nalli Nihari, variety of chaat, momo, Lassi and the list is endless. Some of the famous spots to taste these cuisines are Chandni chowk (famous for Awadhi specials street food and Paranthe Wali Gali), best served chaat are Bittu Tikki Wala at Karol Bagh; Daulat ki Chaat and Natraj Dahi Bhalle Wala at Chandni Chowk, Khan market and Nizamuddin for kebabs. Do try Kareems restaurant for best kebabs. Khan Chacha at Khan Market and Qureshi’s Kabab Corner at south extension are famous for the variety of rolls. Salute to the Food Capital!
Order Food in train at Delhi Junction:
Order food in train at Delhi junction and get a chance to experience the fresh and tasty special delicacies of New Delhi easily delivered at your berth. Our premium e-catering partner SAGAR BAR BE QUE at Delhi station has a wider menu for the passengers to choose from. From Awadhi biriyani to Chinese, Veg/Non-veg curries to smoky tandoori items, everything can be ordered in clicks. You can place your food order at Delhi station via our website or RailRestro mobile application. Type of food served at the station are:
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If you’re traveling in a group and want to taste these exceptional dishes in train at Delhi junction, then request a call back from our representative or chat with our digital food experts. Our representatives will be more than happy to assist you for ordering food in train at Delhi station. You can either chose to pay online through our secure payment gateway or opt for cash on delivery (COD).
We love to serve you the best cuisines at Delhi junction
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