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b nineteen

New Delhi

B-Nineteen is firmly in the bed and breakfast mould and doesn’t have its own restaurant as such.

In place it has an in-house chef who provides breakfast every morning and then cooks whatever other meals you’d like throughout the day – just so long as you give reasonable advanced notice (1 hour minimum for most items, 2 hours for fish and 3 hours for momos / dim sum). For those hoping to eat on arrival it would be smart to make an order beforehand.

The complimentary breakfast is ordered by filling out the cards provided in the rooms. There are Indian and Continental options here – puri bhaji, stuffed parantha, various styles of eggs, fruit, toast, cereal – along with coffee, tea and juice.

There’s free access for all guests to the house kitchen which is a nice touch, especially for guests making a longer stay.

Meals can be eaten in your room or on the shared balconies / seating areas, and in the evening you can arrange to dine by candlelight on the roof terrace overlooking Humayun’s Tomb.

The menu itself, although small, is really very good, with a decent range of Indian, Continental and Chinese options made by chef Niranjan, a native of Calcutta who learnt his trade in various guesthouses there. Chicken is ever present – Chicken curry, Basquaise Chicken, Chilli Chicken – but there are enough vegetarian choices too, especially in the Indian section.

The meal we ate, a dinner of dry spicy chicken, baingan bharta and paneer curry, was perfectly pitched. The boneless chicken was tender and delicately flavoured while the baingan had a wonderful smoky punch to it, all made with less oil than you might normally expect.

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Menu

The menu is small but this means that everything is very good, and also prepared from scratch, with the freshest ingredients from the market every day.

Good vegetarian options (especially Indian).

Dining nearby

Within walking distance there’s the western style Café Turtle and a little further there’s COMESUM, the station café, open 24/7 and serving hygienic, tasty Indian food.

If you’re feeling adventurous then try the kebab shops that line the entry to the sufi shrine across the Mathura Road in Nizamuddin West.

A short auto ride away there’s Khan Market, with a wide range of high quality food options for every taste; French pattisierie L’Opera and kebab café Khan Chacha are highlights.

Check the in-room restaurant guide for more options and also check out our guide to eating in Delhi.

Type Small hotel
Rooms 7
Children Yes
Closed Never