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Soft lighting bathes the walls in this Victorian style designed multicuisine restaurant in the evenings. The food comes in a variety of starter dishes which are great fun to share. The Chinabi, soup lovers, do not miss the ever popular ‘Hot and Sour’, a refreshing tangy delight and the Delhi special chilli paneer is not bad either. It is spicy and just the thing to go with your tipple. You could also begin your meal by digging into the Buffalo Wild Wings or a Tex-Mex Deconstructed Burrito. I was pleasantly surprised to find Spanish Albondigas (meatballs served with a tomato garlic sauce) on the menu and would recommend the same. The Pizzas do not disappoint and the Desi Chicken Tikka pizza is quite a hot seller, and the California Sandwich can be given a miss. Service tends to be a tad bit slow.
It’s surprising how quickly Connaught Place went from a posh market to one of the hottest party centrals in Delhi. What used to be a circle of several showrooms and couple of restaurants is now a throbbing hub for pubs and bars. Need to let down your hair and dance the night away? Head over to Connaught Place where you will find trendiest and hippest bars in the town cramming every lane and corner of this vicinity. Settled amongst the long attractive queue of bars is another great nightspot called ‘Do Not Disturb’. Trust your instincts and enter this slice of exciting haven. At Do Not Disturb you will not find a fun exhilarating ambience but also a smashing delectable menu that makes your mouth water. The bar is established somewhere around N Block in Middle Circle, keep an eye out.
The fun starts the moment you step across Do Not Disturb’s threshold. The vibe becomes even more thrilling when you take a peek at their bar menu. Any serious tippler will feel very satisfied with the booze selection they have. Take your excitement a notch higher with Do Not Disturb’s smorgasbord of grub. Their menu extends into several direction and travels all over the globe. Open this appetizer-heavy menu with, English crumb fried prawns, Chef’s special stuffed mushroom tikka, chun juan spring rolls, Moroccan vegetable cigars, tex-mex deconstructed burrito, middle eastern falafel, shahi chicken seekh and Bangkok firecracker wings. Things become a bit more appealing with second course. Try, classic BLT sandwich, California style pizza, spinach & corn ravioli, shredded lamb in oyster sauce, Moroccan lamb stew, spaghetti marinara, Mexican el fajita and Indonesian nasi goreng.
Opt for a nice caramel latte to wash down the final sweet course. Do Not Disturb gives you that sugar rush with drool-worthy, English banoffee pie, DND’s amazingly magical sundae, royal Indian phirni, American chocolate brownie, New York cheesecake, homemade gulab jamun and daily special ice cream. A live musical evening clinches the matter nicely. Ask your server for a table in their rooftop section, its charming and first one to fill. Interiors of Do Not Disturb reflects a Victorian touch. While the heavy wooden scaffolding on ceiling and walls gives a masculine effect, the use of delicate Victorian furniture adds that surprising contrast. Vibe remains casual and good-looking. Price tag is surprisingly affordable.