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When you ascend two floors by the lift, you are transported into another world: the Persia-inspired white ceiling design, the high-backed white sofas, the clever breaking up of the vast interiors into spacious yet cosy corners are exceedingly intelligent. The three terraces and the lounge are connected to the main dining area. The restaurant scores big on diverse seating. Regular and private dining options, as well as a lounge, are up for grabs and hence you can choose accordingly. The menu classifies the dishes by main ingredient; thus, in chicken, you will find oriental, European and Indian. Similarly, in the section marked as 'vegetarian' there are dishes from all over the world.Ambrosia Bliss, right in the heart of CP, stands out from the crowd owing to its space. Its gigantic interiors can accommodate huge groups of diners at one go, even as the restaurant caters to all kinds of patrons. One can browse through neat piles of books and newspapers while waiting for his or her order or gape at the mesmerising CP skyline. The menu is a hat tip to gastronomic traditions across the globe and you will find 'Chinese Bhel' sharing space with everything from 'Tex Mex Salad' to 'Surf & Turf'. Equally delightful is the 'Chettinad Mutton' where southern spices brighten up your palate.
The restaurant is on the 2nd floor. The lift can carry 4-5 people at a time. It's adjucent to Haldiram at connaught place. Once you enter the restaurant you feel that you are at the right place. Very good ambience. We had chilled beer with some fish and paneer starters. Nice veg non-veg food options. Very good service. Clean washrooms. Slightly higher cost but value for money. Excellent
Food was good. Quantity is less. Every item is over priced. I booked this via Eazydiner with 15% off deal on food and soft drink. Restaurant doesn't allow you to avail this 15% discount. Instead they imposed mandatory 10% service charge which is against law and is optional for customer to pay. We requested eazydiner and restaurant to exclude this service charge. But both parties refused and told us this happens every month with at least 1 customer and we are used to these kinds of things. But at any cost we don't waive off this charge. They even mentioned ambrosia pays 20lacs rental every month and its must for them to charge this service charge and they don't believe in any regulations of Indian government.
Nice place fine diNing restaurant ExCellent taste of non veg dishes but average taste of veg dishes, soups and snacks are also very good Prices are high it cost around 2500/- for two persons
This is a very good restaurant, conveniently located in CP. Ambience is good, and bathrooms are clean and located away from the main dining area. Since this was our first visit, most of us wanted to try the Indian dishes.The food was good, however, I wouldn't say the food was great! The servers did a good job.
The first time I went here was by chance as I was looking for a good venue to host a private party. Though the private room section was smaller for our requirements, we anyway decided to stay for some drinks and dinner as we liked the overall ambience. We made ourselves comfortable in the inside most section which had lounge seating with big screens and bar. Its perfect for cosy couples and friends to chill; away from the family patrons in the first section and noisy private section in middle. The food was lip-smacking, specially the starters and the staff was attentive. Overall a good place to hang-out if you are in CP. Price is somewhat in Mid-range.
Dining scene of Delhi has become even more eclectic and vibrant courtesy to the diverse yet sensational mix of gastronomy on offer in Connaught Place. The locality is an old one and has become glamourized over the years by the influx of trendy restaurants and pubs that seems to have become the heart and soul of the city. No matter how exclusive your tastes are, we assure you the answer lies in Connaught Place. If your preference runs towards exotic and romantic then without qualms try out ‘Ambrosia Bliss’, which delivers exactly what its name promises. The restaurant presides on the second floor of the Outer Circle, consisting three terraces and the lounge that are connected to the main dining area. Safe to say, Ambrosia Bliss is generously spaced and fantastically decorated.
Ambrosia Bliss is a wonderful multi-cuisine restaurant whose menu trots all over the globe including North Indian, Chinese, Italian and Continental cuisines in its repertoire. You will get to experience some unusual dishes lost in time so keep your eyes open and pick wisely. Throw back some delicious house concoctions like betel bliss, stardust and spicy ching with their soothing live music. If your intention is to drink binging then nibble on some starters like, fish florets, veg potsticker, tandoori mutton chops, chicken wings in spicy BBQ sauce, silken tofu in Hunan sauce, dahi kebab, Asian roast lamb, spicy hot prawns, afgani chicken and serrano veggie quesadilla. Go to the next level with mains like, spinach & corn lasagne, thin crust pizzas, benarsi dum aloo, chicken Thai curry, grilled sole fish, mutton rara, tofu & assorted vegetables in hot garlic, pepper fry prawn masala and kafir lime grilled chicken.
Pamper your sweet tooth next with desserts like, baked Alaska, lemon cake, sticky toffee pudding, banoffee pie, cream caramel, strawberry marquise and coconut cream pudding. When you take in the stunning interiors of Ambrosia Bliss, somehow the price tag doesn’t matter much. Relax with a friend in their charming terrace section lit by several Turkish lamps or sit indoors amongst the luxury and grandeur of velvety wine-coloured chairs and Persian-inspired décor. Room is designed beautifully with traditional Persian décor blending with the modern sensibilities. In the evenings Ambrosia Bliss transforms itself into a magnificent paradise tailor-made for couples and foodies on lookout for adventure.