Quick Facts

Timings 11 : 30 AM to 3 : 30 PM, 6 : 30 PM to 11 : 30 PM
Food Type Mughlai and north Indian
Payment Methods Visa, Amex, Master, Cash
Ambiance Celeb Frequented, Fine Dining
Known For Variety and services class
Average Meal for Two Rs 800 (excluding Tax)
Meal Type Lunch, Dinner

About Karim’s Restaurant in Delhi

Karim’s is the foremost and renowned non vegetarian food chain restaurant located near Jama Masjid in Gali Kababian Old Delhi. In 1913, Haji Karimuddin started the Karim Hotel in Gali Kababian. Prior to this establishment, he used to sell just two items: Alu Gosht and Daal with Rumali Roti. He started Karim hotel with the aim to earn money as well as fame by serving quality food to common people. The hotel has earned lot of appreciation and recognition for its royal food and service.

It offers a huge menu list that includes delicious cuisines like Shahi Dastar Khwan, Shan-E-Tandoor Bharatia Pattal, Pulao & rice, , Kababs etc. Variety of soups like Subzi ka garam ras, Tomato soup, Mutton Yakhini and Murgh Ka Shorba will be the perfect items to start your meal. Diverse beverages including ice-cream and sweet complete your meal. The food is not only famous among locals but tourists also come to taste the yummy non-vegetarian cuisines. Moreover, the dishes available in this hotel are easily affordable.

Karim’s hotel is known as a haven for food lovers who search of the real meat and delicious flavor. Karim approach is bit narrow and inconvenient but once you reach there you will find spacious dining area. Karim’s promises to serve you royal food and they do so.

These days, the 4th generation is running the Karim Hotels Pvt. Ltd. at Jama Masjid. It is also known as Dastar Khwan-E-Karim.


  • Credit and debit card facility
  • Reasonable
  • Fine Dine
  • Huge variety of Non Vegetarian  food
  • High quality service


  • Mughlai
  • Indian
  • Northern Indian


  • The Asian Age selected it as the best restaurant and cafe in Delhi in 1998.
  • AKEA Inc, USA gave the award for best Tikkas and Kababs in 1996.
  • Received appreciation in BBC World Guide in March 1994 and in National Geographic in April 1985.

Contact Details

16, Near Jama Masjid,
 Matya Mahal Road, Gali Kababian,
New Delhi, Delhi, 110006


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