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On the top floor is a bar and a restaurant, the interiors of which are done up in slightly assertive colours. In good weather, it is pleasant to sit out on the open terrace, especially when there’s less traffic. Service has been known to suffer when the restaurant is booked for private parties. The food is not the star of the show here, but the makhana bhel and dahi bhalla have their takers. Stick to the tried-and-tested chilli chicken and paneer tikka for best results.
Ardor is a fine dining restaurant that offers an authentically brilliant Indian menu . The place is very much a restaurant of two halves . One can enjoy hookah on the top floor and downstairs is the dining room . They have a great menu offering a lively selection of North Indian , Chinese and continental food . The main course are divided among curry and biryani ,kebabs . Service I'd definitely something that does not lack . Try their fish tikka , masala prawns , white sauce pasta , chilli chicken , fish finger .
Though we loved the deal that we got from EazyDiner but the place was a little over priced. The guy also charged us for some extra drinks and was adamant to recalculate the bill. Overall food was decent (we tried Ceaser salad, garlic breads among others) but their signature dish JD chicken was a disappointment.
The ambience was amazing.I didnt expect this much but seriously everything was upto the mark.The staff was highly co-operative.They helped us in the best way possible.We had a great fun.I also would like to appreciate the DJ...there was a party going on and the music was so peppy and we felt like going and dancing over there.The food tasted delicious and the mocktails served looked so tempting,the presentation was the best I must say and apart from that We never heard of ARDOR but it was a great experience.
I was catching up few friends in Ardore, the staff seemed nice, food was good. Initially nobody wanted to entertain the easy diner discount but eventually when you meet a man with tie, it gets sorted. We ordered beer, sheesha, malai tikka(who wants dirty hands) and paneer tikka. All good food was nice but then the promo ate party started kicking and there were multiple sessions of throwing up on DJ, restaurant & tables with food. It was hilarious to see people Getting totally out of control. The lights started to gradually brighten up at 10:00 pm and the staff and management had to help people out. No music after that and the promise was come on Friday, you won't regret it. All in all, my experience was full of joys but it could have been better without the throwing up sessions. Good night though, went to MTV flyp after to attend salsa night... Hey ho SALSA yeah baby... Still a generous 3 from me...
The decor is simple yet classy!! In starters we had dragon chicken which had perfect flavours, soft and tender. Tandoori aloo, paneer tikka,kache rajma ki Tikki, mushroom caps which were nice too.
In main course, dal makhani and paneer is surely not to be missed. Their signature dishes indeed for me, full of flavours, what aromas and yummylicious.
Service was a glitch , yes a little, but we were a huge group, so can be understood.
In desserts, the gulab jamun can't be missed too!!
All right people! Grab your pals and head over to this hot new place which is totally making us go gaga over it. Sitting on the top section in Outer Circle at Connaught Place, New Delhi is a fabulous restro-bar, popularly known as ‘Ardor 2.1’. Synonymous to the out-there glamour of Delhi, Ardor 2.1 grabs our attention with its stunning location and even more mesmerizing interiors. What could have been an average restro-bar brimming with testosterones, is wonderfully saved by its hip vibe that only becomes better as the evening passes. A spectacular rooftop location, overlooking the heart of Lutyen’s Delhi simply glows with lights, resembling an oasis amidst the concrete jungle. The hot trendy vibe of Ardor 2.1 is vastly attractive to the neighbouring office-goers, who often drop by for an after work drink with colleagues and manage to laze around for hours.
You would notice the interiors carrying a distinct blend of traditional as well as modernity coming together under one roof. Ardor 2.1 is a vastly spacious establishment, forming several wide nooks fitted with cosy sofas and formal tables so one can slip in comfortably and relax for hours. The restaurant is divided onto two levels, while first is a fine dining spread, the top floor consists of a bar and terrace. Interiors are plush and stylish with bright strong colours and a deep wooden finishing. Rich jewel coloured sofas in wine or blue lends a sharp contrast to the scene. Every section of the restaurant holds a different kind of seating so you can go cosy or formal, as per your wish. Terrace area fills pretty quickly so go early to bag a table. Take someone special along to enjoy the romantic ambience.
Ardor 2.1 carries a very global menu. You may have to drop quite a packet here but the result is both delicious and memorable. A foodie will get to try North-Indian, Chinese, Continental and Italian cuisine at its best. Let the bartender woo your palate with his sensational potent concoctions. Wet your lips with what you like best – they have everything. Menu is quite extensive, it’s best to start the first course with appetizers like, paneer tikka salad, dahi ke kebab, dragon chicken, chilly garlic prawns and mutton keema. Main course section is just as wide and heady as the first. Sample their fusion desserts, they are simply divine.