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Formerly, this space was another restaurant by the same promoters. The faux stonewalls are reminiscent of a courtyard anywhere in the world, and that indeed is the theme of the menu − Turkish Chelo kabab platter rubs shoulders with Subz Parsi kabab and baked Irish potato skins. The pizza section, as well as the Thai section, are popular especially the Gai Massaman and the A + A + A pizza (artichoke, asparagus, arugula). There is a small Indian section as well.
The place is full of character. Every corner has something special about itself. Be it a warm and a cosy fireplace area or the urban chic area with floral couches or the more nerd area where you'll find a book shelf waiting for you to be explored. Although my favorite is open area which they have done beautifully. One can just spend hours here and won't get to know. Just grab a mug of some good coffee and a book, and you are good to go. It's the warmth of this place that makes you feel so comfortable. Not only the interiors, but the menu has been specially curated and it is 'some' menu. If you want to try good Italian or Thai food, then this is the place. It's perfect a date, for a day out, for a dinner or maybe brunch. Following are the dishes I tried: 1) Lousania Cottage Cheese. 2) Columbian Style Beetroot Ricotta Cheese And Guinoa Patty (must have) 3) Caponata Strudel. 4) Cold Open Wontons (must have). 5) Thai Chicken Skewers. 6) The Grand Casa (must have). 7) Thai Curry With Steam Rice. I ordered their Mud Cake with a scoop of vanilla for dessert. Also for drinks I tried the following: 1) Sangria- with a hint of coffee, was beautifully made (must have). 2) Drinking Dead Blue Zombie. The food was flavorsome and took me by surprise. The dessert was good, would love to try another one next time. The Sangria stood out for me. The experience was amazing and I would love to visit the place the again. *the service is a bit slow
Customers like me go out over weekend to enjoy with family and not to get ripped. Getting cheated for few rupees honestly leaves a very poor image and taste at customers end. I was there yday along with my family to have a good and relaxing time and travelled all the way from Gurgaon. Choice of alcohol was not available even as per printed menu. Still we went ahead and chose not to move out. Service was good. The entire bill was paid. However, when I checked copy of bill at home, I realised that I had been overcharged for one beer bottle and not given discount as per voucher presented and was charged 10% service fees which as per government ruling should have customers consent and in this case they didn't. A highly unethical experience at this place. I shall not recommend this place to anyone or ever visit this place again. I had read the poor reviews about this place but still chose to visit it and it was a mistake. Be careful of this place known as 52 Janpath.
I took coupons of veg course and non veg course meal from the littl app for this reastaurant. One meal included one starter, one aerated drink, one course with bread and one dessert. Starters and main course were really good in taste but the quantity served was very less. Aerated drink had no fizz in it and desserts served were pathetic. They served us brownie and mud cake and both of them was equally bad. Decor of the place is nicely made. However, because of the dim lights it looks little dingy. Service of the food was decent. Overall experience of the place was little above average!
We had a table booked for 6 people and we got an amazing 50% discount off the bill using Reno (discounted table reservation app). Coffee Sangria and pizza was really good. The mocktails are special here. Manager and staff are very friendly overall it's a nice place to try.
We had booked the place for 20 people on a Saturday evening for a party with friends over a week in advance. We had paid an advance payment as well. But on the day when we reached the place, there were no table reserved, after we reached the started pulling tables and chairs and putting them together. We had booked for a set menu with drinks for 3 hours and the service was very slow and the portions were small. With 20 ppl sitting around the table you cannot serve a plate with 5/ 6 pieces on the plate. Moreover, health and hygine was a major issue. We saw small cockroaches all over the place and in the cracks of the wooden table and chairs. One even came out from the toothpick holder which was kept on the table for the starters. Though the look of the property inside is good, its a shame how poorly it is being managed.
Delhi is full of surprises. Tucked into the by lanes of the city are so many quaint gem of a restaurants waiting to be explored. These off the track places are the city’s best kept secrets, known only to the lucky few who are passionate about food and are serious gastronomes. The restaurants feature on the bucket list of all those foodies who take fine dining very seriously and take pains to unearth the off grid places. Every foodie worth his salt knows that Connaught Place is one of the biggest food districts in the city but some of the fine dining magic seeps into its neighbourhood Janpath as well. Nestled in the alley is ’52 Janpath’, which is co-incidentally the address of the restaurant. For those knowledgeable few the restaurant is a go to place for superb food and exquisite ambience.
52 Janpath believes in following multiple paths at the same time so their menu reflects just that. Be prepared to be dazzled by the menu which is filled with numerous cuisines spanning across the globe. Everything from American to Thai to North Indian to European to Italian is tackled beautifully here. While soothing live music plays in the background feel free to sip on your delicious drink before hitting the starters. Let a Moscow mule be accompanied by nibbles like, wok fried crispy vegetables, chicken liver pate, wild mushroom arancini, tequila infused chicken tikka, European grilled fish, subz parsi kebab and double cooked Belgian pork belly. Follow that with, penne rigate, hot BBQ wings pizza, three little veg sliders, khao suey, bistro tenderloin fillet medallions, grand mom’s chicken curry, jackfruit pilaf and grilled sole.
Ask your server for the dessert of the day if you feel like something sweet. 52 Janpath is designed on European lines with a spacious villa façade flanked by tall arched windows opening into their charming outdoor section. Inside the restaurant is structured on wooden beams and rustic grey stone floors. On one side is faux river stone fireplace mounted by a deer antler. The décor is stylish, tranquil, rustic and yet chic in a way. 52 Janpath resembles a good looking villa in the heart of the country with floral tapestry and walls made of out stones. Dining in this charming retreat will not cost you much. Spend hours lost in a book or nurse a beer with friends, the place is ideal for any occasion.