DARYAGANJ Restaurant, a North Indian Cuisine restaurant conceptualised with the principle of celebrating the culinary legacy of Late Kundan Lal Jaggi and the resilience and innovation of the Punjabi refugees in 1947, with due credit to his grandson Raghav Jaggi and his childhood friend, restaurateur Amit Bagga.
The restaurant has been carefully designed and has been paid great attention to detail that it, in turn, is sure to touch and captivate all five human senses – Sense of taste (Robust North Indian Flavours), Sense of touch (Furniture crockery and cutlery of the finest materials), Sense of sight (Ambience designed in such a way that it celebrates nostalgia from 1950ʼs and inventiveness of the pioneer), Sense of smell (The kitchen is designed in a way that the aroma of the cuisine will seep out of it) and sense of hearing (The kind of music that will be played at the restaurant will be soulful and unplugged).
Daryaganj attracts a wide variety of clientele. The main target audience being family, Corporate and Foreign tourists. Family contributes to a good amount of the target audience because of Daryaganj being a casual-fine dine format and also because of the legacy it holds among the previous generations.