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It is located near Qutub Minar, Mehrauli. This restaurant specialises in authentic North Indian and European delicacies. They provide you with both indoor and outdoor seating that you can choose according to your preference. Brick walls combined with wooden flooring, comfy sofas and striking chandeliers looks fascinating while giving this place a welcoming vibe. You can start your meal with Smoked Tomato Soup or Green Beans and Chicken Tikka Salad with Horse Radish Cream. Kadhai Chicken, Malabar Prawn Curry, Bhuna Gosht, Mushroom Risotto and Kadhai Paneer are some of their must-have dishes.
A panoramic view of the majestic Qutub from the terrace spreads a certain kind of calmness. The wooden entrance is eye catching .The terrace is a place to chill on a winter afternoon with family and friends. Qutub Minar would have looked more impactful in the evening if it was illuminated. Staff is cordial. As this place is for families too so a lift is a must. Too many stairs to get to the terrace for that awesome view. A must visit to enjoy the winter afternoon with family and friends.
I made a reservation. We entered the restaurant on time. We were shown to a table in a dingy ground floor space. When I advised our reluctance to sit in the dingy space we were advised that the upstairs was being cleaned. This is at 2:30pm. The restaurant is supposed to open at 12:30pm, but apparently till 2:30 pm it was still not cleaned. We went upstairs anyway to check out if we could sit there and found it had more daylight streaming in so we requested that we were seated there. The boy who led us up was on the phone the entire time without apology. He nodded his head and went off. The tables were dirty. We waited for 10 minutes for someone to come, cleanup and take our order, to no avail. We decided to leave as there was no evidence of any kind of hospitality, welcome or service. They are either understaffed or untrained or are really not interested in running a restaurant. Don't waste your time or effort going to this restaurant ... it's not worth even an effort!
Cool breeze, cozy spot, views of Qutub Minar, lush greenery, delicious food and amazing cocktails. This summarize my experience at Dramz. It has four different areas/levels of sitting and since the weather of Delhi is getting absolutely amazing we opted for the open seating area. The view is just perfect from there. Coming to the food we started with their special whiskey cocktails; the bourbon leaf and jack be Jamaican. Absolutely worth trying. For starters we had jalapeño poppers, pepper chicken, veg platter and non veg platter. Main course we opted for Indian cuisine and had paneer makhani and home style chicken curry with some garlic naan. They have tons and tons of options for so even if you are in a big group everyone has options from various cuisines. Ended the meal with chocolate brownie and Icecream. Definitely checkout this place and various events at this restaurant.
Just came back from dramz, it happened to be a dry day today but we got the best seats and ordered a lot of food and unfortunately came back home to order dinner again. Fab location but super bad food :( it's a great place to have drinks but absolutely no-no for food.
It's a view to cherish.. qutub minar in its full glory from an amazing roof top ambience. It was raining , so a brief viewing from rooftop and we moved indoors. I must mention the entrance .. an European wooden cottage .. very warm and inviting. The wood and cane furniture and wrought iron chandeliers create cozy interior.. live music, though average adds to the charm .. open the door you are on to a terrace ..And qutub minar stands tall. Food is good. We had pulled shoulder of lamb . Great in taste but very spicy. Grilled fish was done to perfection. Cocktails are good and done to your taste. I didn't want sweet, and I got that. Some of the cocktails and dishes mentioned in the menu are not available. I must mention the service. Very personalised and attentive.
Gastronomy wise, New Delhi has undergone quite a makeover. The days where South Delhi was considered to be the most posh section of the town to grab dinner are passé. Other localities have emerged as the new ‘it’ neighborhoods saturated in style, elegance and class. To dive into world-class gastronomy, give a skip to five star hotels and South Delhi restaurants for the heritage vicinity of Mehrauli. The locality used to be only frequented by tourists hoping to admire Qutub Minar but lately this area has emerged as one of the most sophisticated sections to attain international level gastronomy. Part of this snazzy node is ‘DRAMZ’, a chic restro-lounge thriving on five-star quality food and a stunning dining space. It’s tucked at KD Marg, Near Qutub Minar, Mehrauli, New Delhi, only a stone throw away from the great monument.
What puts DRAMZ on our must-visit list is it’s sensational food. The chef very cleverly breaks away from the chains of conventional cooking by moving towards progressive gastronomy with his classy, upscale, European-Modern Indian-Asian, menu. The ingredients they use are top quality. The menu is paired off with an exceptional bar selection, which stocks on whiskies from all over the globe. Variety is exhaustive. Begin with an array of appetizers such as, blended chimi churi sauce coasted pan fried sole, slow cooked chicken leg confit, the Anglo Indian tandoori broccoli, Hongkong spring roll, Italian baked meatballs, dahi ke kabab, jalapeno cheese fritters and chicken satay. Further woo your palate with, lamb bolognaise pizza, fish & chips, Mongolian stir-fried vegetables, home style chicken curry, roasted English vegetables in filo pastry, champinon risotto, paneer lababdar and steamed fish soya ginger sauce.
For your sweet tooth order an array of luscious desserts cooked by the chef. A smooth gulab jamun, dense chocolate cake, baked yoghurt, kesari phirni, warm chocolate brownie, bread & butter pudding and chocolate sundae would be ideal picks. DRAMZ is a pricey venture but entirely worth it. Interiors of this elegant restro-lounge are stunning. Resembling closely to a gentleman’s club, the décor of DRAMZ reflects the classy masculine cigar rooms of the much exclusive gymkhanas. Vintage leather wing chairs, wooden heavy room, framed old photographs mounted on the wall, ornate marble-top tables, huge chandeliers, gives an old-fashioned vibe to the room. For a more dreamy setting, sit in their terrace area from where you can get an amazing view of the Qutub Minar.