Conde Nast Traveller India


The country’s ace restaurateurs, chefs, hospitality veterans and food entrepreneurs came together in New Delhi to witness the unveiling of India’s Top 50 restaurants at the third edition of the Condé Nast Traveller and Himalayan India’s Top Restaurant Awards at the Hyatt Regency Delhi. The awards were supported by luxury partner Johnnie Walker - The Journey and associate partners Singapore Airlines and .

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