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If you are looking for a Mediterranean themed dinner with a distinct Middle Eastern vibe, the newly-opened Baris, nestled among a bevy of restaurants in the choc-a-bloc Masjid Moth shopping complex in GK-II is your best bet. Spread over two levels (the first-floor indoor dining area and the terrace lounge), Baris will whisk you into the sun-drenched Mediterranean landscape in the blink of an eye. Before you embark on your food tour, do feast your eyes on the sprawling interiors of the restaurant, jazzed up by the delicate wall art that is reminiscent of the blue Iznik pottery tradition of Turkey. In fact, Iznik pottery coasters placed on your table echo the décor in a powerful way. Food items listed on the menu run the gamut from the zesty Zuppa de Mare (bursting with the freshest of seafood) to the bright crimson beetroot labneh (roasted red beets and garlic mashed with labneh or strained yoghurt). Winding your way around the menu, you will also come upon Hummus bin Dujaj, which is an aromatic spice-crusted chicken on baked hummus that’s served with lavash crostini. Other hearty listings of the menu include the Turkish staple Adana Kabab, where ground lamb meat is wrapped around metal skewers and grilled over charcoal, as well as Balik (fish) Kabab and Kuzu Incik (pomegranate and tomato roasted lamb shank served over saffron rice and grilled vegetables). While Crema Di Chocolate, the rich chocolate and raspberry dessert, is the perfect answer to your sugar fix, do not look beyond the sinful Baklava Duo if you are craving true flavours of the Mediterranean.
Baris which means 'Peace' in Turkish is an amazing mix of Middle Eastern, Turkish and Mediterranean cuisine in Delhi. Located in the GK 3 area of South Delhi it is a hidden gem that not many people in NCR are aware of. If you are looking for authentic Turkish-Middle Eastern cuisine then the only option are the Star Hotels which cost a bomb. So for a more reasonable budget there is nothing like Baris. From ambiance to service to food, everything excels here. A big thumbs-up from my side to try this amazing restaurant for any special occasion. Location: Yes, it's quite difficult to locate if you are new to GK area. The restaurant is beside a small shopping complex with a small entry and office buildings all around. There are small markings to direct you but you may still have to ask the locals. Parking: There is road side parking which you may or may not get close by depending on the traffic. Ambiance: The restaurant is on the 1st and 2nd floor of the building. On the ground floor there is a lift which takes you to either of them. 1st floor is indoor seating while 2nd floor is basically open roof top. All around you can see the middle eastern decor which is soothing to the eye and never goes over the top. The roof top is amazing with mist fans and ac ducts to cool down the things during hot summer months. Winters are the best to enjoy the open seating. Seating: On the 1st floor there is seating for around 30+ guests which are really comfortable. On rooftop where we sat, has similar number of seating for guests. The tables are low and seating has covered section also. Service: Since we came on a weekday lunch for our anniversary there was no one expect us. So the whole rooftop was ours. While ordering, each item we selected from the menu was explained and suggestions were given which is a nice touch. Food was brought quickly and tables were cleared on time. It was not intrusive neither we had to wait for anything. Food: The menu of Baris is quite exhaustive and if someone has no idea of the cuisine then he may struggle. So do some research before coming. We ordered Lamb Kibbeh, Pilich Shish Kebab, Peynir Pide (Turkish Pizza), Hashwet al Ruz(Lebanese lamb biryani) in mains. All the items were simply amazing, specially the Lamb Biryani which has really soft pieces of lamb. We finished the meal with some Baklava in desserts and Turkish Tea. The only thing that we could mark for improvement was the quantity of biryani which could have been more. Otherwise everything was cooked well and tasted even better. Price: It's not cheap. The preparation requires some quality ingredients and a good chef which makes it in the higher side of budget. Our's touched 4k since we had many items and drinks for 3 people. But the price you pay is definitely worth it and you can definitely try it on special occasions like ours. Overall an amazing restaurant which delights you with beautiful food from the Turkish cuisine. Highly recommended for a special evening with family and friends. Do visit if you want to try something new in food and you will not be dissapointed.
Baris has a lovely middle eastern feel to it. The Platter's are the best thing on the menu. Portions are great.
Baris located in Gk3, Delhi next to Mainland China. The restaurant serves authentic Turkish/Mediterranean cuisine. The decor looks like Turkish Arab style. Tried 'N' Tasted 1. Mercimek Corbasi-Traditional soup with glazed onion and croutons. 2. Turkish Mezze Plate - Mercimek Kofte, Acili Ezme , Haydari , Hummus , Beetroot Labneh served with sesame lavash bread. 3. Spinach Fatayer- Crescent shaped fresh pastry filled with spinach, feta cheese & nuts served with cacik sa,uce. 4. Cigar Borek- Crispy cigar rolls with feta cheese , caramalized onions & parsley served with cacik sauce. 5. Urfa Kebab- Ground lamb, peppers from Urfa, open fame grilled and lavash bread pickled red cabbages & cacik sauce. 6. Dumanlanmish Tavuk- Oval Shaped pizza this has Smoked Chicken, olives , green chillies , basil and mozzarella cheese. 7. Backlava Duo- Hand rolled phyllo dough backed in butter with walnut & pistachio, soaked in cinnamon syrup topped with vanilla ice cream.
I visited Baris with friends few months back..the ambience of the place reminds of turkish monuments..very middle eastern! We ordered lamb kibbeh for starters and mahmudiye for main course and both the dishes were excellent..very aromatic and mouth watering.for dessert we had figamisu which was very tasty. The food was good but a little pricey.
The ambience, the food, the absolutely amazing unparalleled pita freshly made, lovely artefacts, friendly staff... they got it all right!