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The Club Road in Punjabi Bagh, being one of the poshest localities of West Delhi, houses a number of lively and top-notch eateries, one of them being The Butler House. An Irish Pub is in itself a boon for the area as it is something out of the box. Owned by Chef Manish, this place offers a cosy pub like ambience in terms of lighting with wooden work, a well-stocked bar and sectioned seating. The menu comprises a mix of European, Oriental as well as Indian flavours. Some of the recommended dishes to sample include palak paneer tikka, chicken bhel puri, fried baby potatoes, and galouti kababs combined with ulte tawe ka paratha. As it is a pub, cocktails such as long island iced tea can be given a shot, too.
Want to skip the modern bar-hopping and settle for something old-fashioned plus comfortable? Then you have come to the right place as we have in our hands some of the best old school bars in the city. When one is tired of those bright LED lit bar spaces and desire to go back in time, when all one needed was a wooden booth and a beer to feel satisfied, then you should give ‘The Butler House’ a shot. Such an old-fashioned name comes with an equally vintage ambience, a charming set up that attracts a certain kind of crowd. Perched on the third floor of North West Avenue on Club Road, Punjabi Bagh, The Butler House is a beloved watering hole for West Delhi. Its neighbourhood is crawling with trendy eateries so the bar is always busy.
When the night calls for it, tipplers drop in to enjoy their drinks with live gigs that keep happening at The Butler House. Noisy live sports screenings is another of their draw, an occasion when beers and peanuts flows freely. An impressive bar menu gives company to The Butler House’s fabulous multi-cuisine menu that features North Indian, Chinese, Italian and European cuisines. Nurse your beer with few salty nibbles such as, wasabi prawn, Italian bruschetta, tandoori khumb, fish tikka, black pepper chicken, keema pav, hara bhara kebab, baked nachos salsa, dahi ke kebab, crispy lemon fish and chilly paneer. Indulge further in, stuffed grilled chicken, soya korma, chicken tikka pizza, crumbled aloo tikka burger, cheese & masala maggi, mutton curry, pan seared basa, cottage cheese piccata and Zaffrani malai kofta. Opt for a nice flaky bread to go with the curries.
Dessert section is not too extravagant but features classic toothsome fare. Feast on any one dish or all (if you’re greedy like us). Gulab jamun, kulfi, paan phirni or brownie with ice cream, take your pick. The Butler House takes one way back into the times of old-fashioned Irish watering holes with wooden walls and low-hanging thick wooden rafters. At The Butler House you will find a thick wooden panelled bar on one end, faced by a spacious dining area formed by comfy wooden benches. The Irish bar look certainly enchants one and transport you into the bygone era. Within twelve hundred bucks a pair of friends can have a heady time going through the menu.