There will always be a special place for Sufi music in everyone’s heart. It is known to define a connection between humans and God, it surely has some magic in it, music different from many others. And when sufi music and food combine, there’s a divine feeling… Sufi Nights Delhi.
enter So, many restaurants in the capital city have dedicated one or more days in a week to Sufi nights bringing in all the sufi lovers under one roof. Following, listed are some restaurants and the days when they host these nights…
Sufi with multi cuisine menu in this amazing restaurant located in the Hauz Khas Village. What’s more? Each day in the week is dedicated to a special theme, Monday for Sufi.
Shalom (Wednesday & Friday)
As many may be unaware that this lounge serves delicious Moroccan dishes and has a huge terrace and seating arrangements in the terrace are made. Grab them drinks on Wednesday & Friday and enjoy sufi music with some amazing Moroccan food and a good view.
Lighthouse 13 (Wednesday)
Another restaurant that has outdoor dining and serves African, Chinese and Mediterranean food. Lighthouse 13 in Saket offers you this special sufi night with good ambience and food ofcourse.
The Barrel House (Saturday)
The Barrel House is a platform for those budding young bands and performers who know Sufi music and are good at it. Team up your sufi night with some brilliant cocktails here.
This restaurant in South Ex II has a terrace with beautiful views, an options from an array of global street foods while enjoying a tour of the multi levels of this all day diner. Try their North Indian food while enjoying your Friday Sufi night here.
Zerzura in Clarion Qutub Hotel is all Friyay feels with Sufi music as a cherry on top of it. You have the total freedom to select a pre-set food and drink menu depending on your zodiac sign.
Zai has a refreshing ambiance and almost everything is served here, you name it and it will be served to you. Refreshing sufi night with food of your choice, tempting isn’t it?
Special mention: F Bar & lounge ( Wednesday)
Don’t miss out on these places if you love Sufi music.