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Marut Sikka runs Kainoosh in Vasant Kunj and is one of Delhi’s most successful upmarket wedding caterers. So, it is intriguing that he broke away from his money-spinning businesses to launch this casual restaurant dedicated to serving the best dishes from India’s clubs. The menu sources all kinds of cuisines from superlative ‘nano’ idlis to a wonderful twice-cooked cheese soufflé, all of which are credited to the menu of one club or the other. You don’t have to care too much about the provenance of each dish to recognize that this is excellent food, overseen by Sikka himself and cooked to the high standards that he is famous for. The room, on the ground floor of the new Sangam complex, is a cheerful re-invention of what a club bar should look like, service is swift and the prices are surprisingly reasonable for food of this quality.
Was here for dinner with friends. What a nice place a vibrant atmosphere and the club style menu that makes one nostalgic.
Dishes inspired from the signature dishes of historic clubs around the country , reinterpreted in one restaurant. Had beautifully presented and delicious specialities from clubs like the Agra club, Planters Club, Burma Club sitting in Delhi. Desserts could be better but would definitely recommend the fantastic and healthy starters and wonderful vegetable strudel- friends loved the fish orly from the Calcutta club. Also the air fried pani puri- mouth-watering! The frozen daiquiris are delicious- friendly service, got a complimentary dessert because of someone's birthday!
Went for dinner a few days ago. Ambience is very nice and gives an air of exclusivity. Staff is courteous and able to explain when asked about things on the menu. Food is just average. They really need to put more efforts there. An extensive menu does not mean great food. The kebabs for starters were strictly average, main course- chicken was ok but fish (salmon) disappointing. Though the manager apologised and offered free desert (gesture appreciated), DCH needs a tune up.
Nice place to hang out with friends for Drinks and Dinner.There portion of Snacks were good. However, Biryani Portion is less. Good choices of Beer and Cocktails but they don't serve Indian Whiskey except Black Dog. A good meal here with drinks for couple will cost around Rs 4000.
I think Restaurateur are taking consumers for granted. This place does it for sure. We had gone in a group and I had the luxury of trying a number of items. I did not think the preparations were tasty and the servings were too small. How can you call a dish a main course if it does not do justice to a hungry person. The fish served at Rs. 995 plus taxes was one small 100 gm piece of fish. It looked like a sampler to me. I wonder if that is the right serving size of a main course. Its an expensive place but then please give value to the customer. The prices are of fine dining and they do not have decent cutlery or cloth napkins. The service was terrible. They had a very large number of staff but they just would not look and on multiple occasions I had to really hunt for a waiters attention. In all a poor experience.
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Delhi Club House (DCH) is an initiative by a renowned Chef Marut Sikka who is easily recognizable through his food shows. He is already owning one popular restaurant named as Kainoosh in Vasant Kunj which is a fine dining restaurant. DCH is a fancy casual dining restaurant and is more pocket-friendly than most restaurants in Sangam Courtyard. People have so many expectations from the food especially and he has lived up to all the expectations or maybe beyond expectations. Also, they have different menus while lunch and dinner time.
The impressive façade of Delhi Club House beckons everyone with its smart black doors that flow into a vast stylishly decorated space. They have an amazing ambience and this place has a mix of seating arrangements (couch, cushioned chairs etc. The bar is right in the middle of the restaurant with a seating area in front of it. They have got an exquisite collection of alcohol and wine glasses hanging on top upside down. The song selection of the DJ is amazing on the corner side of the restaurant. The walls are painted in the beige/ off white colour and hues of black colour with the combination of dark wooden brown furniture which looks elegant. The dim lighting and elegant décor make this place ideal for dates and family get-together.
What's on the menu?
When a chef runs a restaurant, the expectations for food automatically hits the sky. Chef Marut Sikka, he himself created the menu and focused more on Continental, North Indian and Asian cuisine which showcases the finest dishes from India's various clubs.
Every section woos your plate with an array of delectable meal such as Prawn Cocktail Bloody Mary, Lamb Satay, Red Chilli Chicken Tikka, Masala Sea Bass, Khao Swey, Railway Mutton Curry, Khorma Biryani and Grilled Steak.
Mutton Curry: It was the usual curry like every other curry in this world but only one secret ingredient was mixed into it which made it stand out of the crowd.
Red Chilli Chicken Tikka: Perfectly cooked juicy chicken served with onion, capsicum and chutney.
Finish off your perfect meal with their mouth-watering desserts as they have all the solution for your sweet tooth and do not forget to taste their Signature Pink drinks.
Where to find Delhi Club House?
Get down at Green Park metro station and take an auto-rickshaw from there to reach Delhi Club House.
Address: G 03 Somnath Marg, Sangam Courtyard, R.K. Puram, New Delhi