From the fortressed walls of Purani Dilli comes a secret so decadent, it melts in every mouth.
Presenting Nawab Ke Kebab. Now order kebabs online from a brand that honours the proud heritage of Dilli sheher, one perfectly cooked tikka at a time.
As modern as we may have become, every dilliwallah’s dil still beats for a perfectly cooked galouti kebab. We *know* this. We understand the impulse for a succulent kebab at your doorstep and so we’ve made it our business to know all about kebabs. Our chefs specialize in history as much as they do in the kitchen. Each dish carries a story, a legacy, and a unique cooking method and our chefs uphold the culinary tradition of every individual dish with utmost pride.
Who says you need to compromise on your health to eat the tastiest, most authentic food? Chhodo kal ki baatein! While we make it a point to look back to learn the fine art of cooking, we only look forward when it comes to all our kitchen practices using not only the freshest ingredients and produce, but also setting impossibly high cleanliness standards; truly pioneering a new wave in the kebab industry.
From peshawari paneer tikka that’ll make your taste buds do a somersault to pudina parathas that’ll satiate your sophisticated palate, don’t you ever mistake us to be a brand focused only on non-vegetarians. Our vegetarian spread is a force to reckon with and anyone who dismisses that is missing out on life (and on our malai kofta par abh kya kahein?)
Just because you were in the mood for some reshmi kebab, doesn’t mean you should miss out on gosht nihari and dal makhni, no? Our menu is designed to be a complete meal, with plenty of starter options but an equally extensive and delectable array of main course dishes, aapki har pasand yaad rakhte hue.
Succulent pieces of chicken marinated in ginger garlic, spiced with freshly pounded black peppercorns, half cooked with gramflour, and chargrilled with beaten egg yolk.Order Now
Homemade cottage cheese with mushrooms, peppers, tomatoes and onions cooked in a traditional Indian pan, then sprinkled with fresh ground spices and herbs.Order Now
In Hindi, "jal" means water and "jeera" means cumin, It is a tangy brew of mango, cumin and fresh mint.Order Now