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This casual dining cafe and lounge is located in the heart of Delhi - Connaught Place, New Delhi. A beautiful, travel-themed place with an ambience to amp up your romance. The restaurant offers a wide array of mouth-watering dishes from Indian, European, Italian and the Mediterranean. The 'Sadda Punjab Pizza', 'Baked Mushroom Caps', 'Hara Bhara Kebab', 'Afghani Chicken' and the 'Rogan Josh' are delectable. It is the place you would love to dine in for a simple coffee, grabbing a chill drink, a family or friends lunch or dinner or even a lavish supper.
it is conveniently located across entrance to Connaught Place inner circle. music way too loud and food just OK, i ordered Indian but locals come for pizza .... so stick to western dishes
Friend had over due his part party so took him for the due party and went to cp to have some food and drinks Order: Triple colour naan Dal makhni Immi cafe masala chai Blue berry smoothie Chicken tikka Margarita pizza Dal makhani was made with well groomed talent it was smooth and creamy in taste triple colour naan was made a recipe which made us to order against nd again for all the garlic lovers it's a love + stomach full bread immi cage masala chai was made pure with herbs which can be felt in every sip of it a sure shot order if your a tea lover blue berry smoothie was perfectly mixed with yoghurt and other flavours extract a sweet sour creamy taste made it more delightful chicken tikka was something that every outlet possess of but they have some quality in their products served so as do have once all mentioned stuffs at last the thin crust pizza it was made thin and promise to me made more thin toppings were great and spread overall base prices as per quality sure shot visiting again.
After sightseeing in Lutyen's Delhi, we walked in here for lunch. The ambience & decor is similar to the other Khan Market outlets. The menu is interesting. We asked for Bitter Fizz, Kadhi Chaawal Arancini, & Penne Ala Vodka. The Arancini was an interesting take on the humble kadhi chaawal. I've deducted a star for the server. She, unfortunately, had difficulty understanding what we told her; also, she couldn't explain anything to us either.
A nice bar located at the 2nd floor of hustle inner circle Connaught Place, causal decorated with yummy food, western , Indian dishes can be catch here, enjoy hip music indoor and outdoor tables, price reasonable, the cafe is good pick in the corner.
The gastropub is very good offering variety of kebabs and drinks. The kebab platter served was delicious. Seating areas are divided into 3 separate areas. Service was good
Wanderlust is a new condition most of the youths are influenced by today. They have a taste for travel and often fly off to exotic locations in all corners of the world to experience it’s culture. Inspired from this jet-setting crowd are several eateries popping all over the map projecting a travel-themed decor. If you are a traveler yourself, you can check out any one of these spots to take a temporary vacation of sorts by sitting in one place. Dragging us to newfound countries is ‘The Immigrant Café’, a lovely travel-themed eatery located in the heart of New Delhi. The Immigrant Café attracts a diverse well-travelled diner crowd with a hankering for world gastronomy. You will find the lounge perched on 1st Floor, Inner Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi.
Keeping with the worldly theme, The Immigrant Café tackles food from all over the world. A true gastronome will be very happy tasting everything from Modern Indian, Italian, Continental, European to Chinese. Their food is diverse and global. Menu is not extraordinarily long but features a wide range of dishes to spoil the foodie in you. A great bar selection accompanies the grub. Non-drinkers can stick to tea or juices. Whet your appetite with, calamari fritti, fish tikka, poutine, banjara chicken, butter pepper garlic prawns, kalmi kebab, afghani bukni kebab, stuffed mushroom tikka, Sichuan chilli paneer and mutton seekh kebab. For leftover hunger pangs indulge in, sadda Punjab pizza, Immigrant club sandwich, kadhai chicken, jerk chicken, pasta basil pesto, Quattro cheese pizza, rogan josh, grilled sole, miss korea sandwich, herb chicken steak and pasta arrabiata.
To coddle your sweet tooth slurp on a chocolate oreo shake or kalakand cheese cake. A gulab jamun will do nicely for desi sugarholics. The lounge hosts live street music almost every day. Prices are more moderate than you think. The Immigrant Café sprawls across two floors and offers plenty of space for you to laze around. Comfy stylish sofas in dual tones sets off against a patterned wall so the effect is quite dramatic. Modern cage lamps hangs overhead, adding to the cool quotient. For a bit of privacy settle upstairs. There is a small outdoor section attached to the main dining room. Not much can be said about the décor of The Immigrant Café but overall, the vibe is casual, youthful and pleasing on the eyes.