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he capital is particular about its Asian fare, and so it’s no surprise that diners have taken to OKO, the pan-Asian eatery at the Lalit New Delhi. Known for its innovative food from Japan, China and Thailand, the food at OKO is ably overseen by chef Suriya and chef Tamang. Once ensconced in the well-appointed interiors make sure to sample sushi, sake and their Robata grill options. The restaurant also offers sweeping views of the city, from its location on the 28th floor. Stop by for their famous Drag Brunches on Sunday or dinner any night of the week. With traditional favourites like

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