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The décor is fun and easy with bright colourful chairs and lots of bright lighting. The drinks are at MRP, so you can just about imagine how packed this restaurant gets after work hours. And the food is pretty good, especially if you stick to the Indian section of the menu. They also have Chakhna Platters where you can choose 3 options that include flavoured makhanas, masala peanuts and kachumber cucumber, a really fun idea which has been executed well. But the thing to eat is the Palak Bhutte ki Seekh and the Afghani Paneer Tikka – both of which are mildly spiced but pack a punch in flavours. For those who eat meat, the Jhumta Kukkad is a great idea. Marinated in secret spices (or so they say) the chicken is succulent and is distinctly different from any bone-in kebab you have eaten. If you feel like eating more, the Punjabi Fish Curry is a good bet as is the Lahore Murg Masala, paired with some Butter Naan it makes for a very filling meal. The Chilly Garlic Noodles need a special mention, just because they are super delicious and make for a great meal.
Being a Delhiet, you are entitled to a bit of variety in your choices when it comes to dining out and what better place to pick and choose at your own leisure than Connaught Place. Every nook and cranny of Connaught Place is crammed with some bar or a restaurant. If a Delhiet wants to dine out then chances are they come to Connaught Place. This vicinity is home to some fabulous gastronomy and caters to all kinds of tastes. For a fun stylish meal, one should head to ‘Café Wiser Miser’, where you are met with a vibrant décor and even better menu. This striking restro-bar presides on the second floor in N Block at Outer Circle. It’s quite sought after by the diners, who come in for a luxurious meal for pocket-friendly prices.
Café Wiser Miser is one of the few places in the city with wheelchair access. Keeping in mind the Delhiets love for global cuisine, the restaurant focuses on the golden trinity of cuisines – North Indian, Chinese and Continental. The drinks are offered at MRP, another big reason why this place is so packed. When visiting with friends, pass along a pack of beers and munch couple of appetizers with it. There is plenty to choose from. Try, Beijing chicken, bruschetta, drums of heaven, shish taouk, crispy three bell pepper lamb, BBQ chicken wings, murg Rawalpindi, fish orly and golden fried baby corn. Second course gets even more exciting. Feast on, paneer Punjabi masala, shredded chicken in hot garlic sauce, pasta in pink sauce, egg & cheese sandwich, 4 meat pizza, Thai red curry, grilled fish lemon butter and Lahore murg masala.
Even after such a fulfilling meal you can still indulge in an array of desserts. Café Wiser Miser tempts you with, brownie with ice cream, gulab jamun or a trio of ice creams. If you have to treat your friends or give your colleagues an office party then Café Wiser Miser will be an inexpensive fit. Opt for a sheesha to elevate your evening. The restaurant is pretty vibrantly decorated. Walls are patterned and so are the wing sofas placed all over the room. Gothic wheel chandeliers adds to the room the creative touch. Café Wiser Miser is affordable and ideal for families. If you don’t want to spend so much, Café Wiser Miser is your best bet.