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I am a kind of regular visitor to this place and I like everything about it except one. I myself felt bad while writing this review for a place that I like, rather one among-st my personally top rated restaurants. It was the second time I was stopped at the entrance and was asked to have a look at the menu first before garbing a seat and I have noticed these people doing this kind to thing with Indian only. As if we are not worthy of being at the restaurant or we just can't go for other than Indian Cuisines or as per the looks of the person - please have a look at our menu and we don't serve noodles. First time I just avoided the thing, but this time I felt like these guys trying to make me feels like that being Indian and that too in India is sub-standard. And yes just to point out that I don't even look poor and a person who can't afford a fine dinning lunch, so it was just that I look like an Indian I think. I have personally suggest this restaurants to many of my friend and have visited the same many times including twice this month, yes it was my second visit with a week to get that kind of response from them. I won't say that its a waste of money to go there but yes I will say for myself that I will not be going to this place ever again as I can't let my country down just for the sake of a fine dining restaurant. And for the staff there - please try to respect your own people and think once again that you are also one of them. Felt sorry and hurt to see this kind of behavior within my own country and being always welcomed by other nationals while visiting their country be it Singapore, London, Indonesia or even Bangladesh for that matter.
Amazing food. Ambience just so bespoke and kool. Professional chef. Courteous and pleasant staff. A must at least one time visit place.
Ok. I would give it to this place for it's picturesque ambience and a very appealing seating arrangement in a corner of garden of five senses. Sitting here can almost open your sixth sense especially if you are in your own company although it is not recommended 😜 The food is not bad. We ordered a smoked chicken pizza which was fresh al Forno with fresh rocket on top. The burrah peshawari which are apparantly Indian clay oven roasted lamb chops had everything right about the spice mix. It had all the flavour. But the lamb chops in themselves had slight issue as they were very chewy and wouldn't get off the bone easily. Bellini, the drink of the evening was dearly held and every sip was tasted for its red wine And peach schnapps. All in all, nice experience.
The food is great! Ambience is a bummer. Service is personal and good but they need to do a better job of upgrading the decor and ambience. Evenings might be better to head there than during the day.
This place is located adjacent to Garden of five sense which is always flooded by young couples of our Dilli so irony is atmosphere of this place is always full romance & love. Evenings in delhi invites for outdoor dinner experiences and FIO country ranks at the top with magically lit garden setting under the trees, dim lighting, happy music, cosy sitting, quite corners, competent staff add vibes to this place. Delhi's night sky and vicinity of five sense add to the enchanting ambience. Cocktails are unusual mixes and food choices are creative and simply sumptuous. Huge menu and taste is also appealing, properly decorated. We ordered cheese boccocini pizza, creamy mushroom phylo cups, thin crust, wood fired mouth watering taste with beer and cosmopolitan cocktails and arrabiata pasta. Turned my evening into special one.
Al fresco dining has caught on Delhi like fire. The residents are preferring to dine outdoor than spending time cooped up inside four walls. The idea of eating under awning of stars and breathing in the crisp smell of trees has taken a root in the society. FIO country kitchen at garden of five senses at saket is one such paradise. Serene place and lighted pebbled pathway leading to your seats leaves a sense of mystical romance. Hand in hand as you walk down the trail with your partner builds anticipation for the surprises to come. As you come to the seating expanse the sight that meets your eyes is unbelievable. Wooden tables dotted all over the courtyard prettily are lighted with dim candles. Overhead strings of fairy lights twinkle away adding to the romance.
The staff approaches and lead you to your seats, handing the menu in a courteous way. Soups and salad section hosts wonderful combinations. Mushroom & thyme, Fio casa salad, pollo pomello salad, minestrone pimentos soup are all delicious. Between the courses bread basket is accessible to keep you occupied. The starters like country bruschetta, chilli garlic butter prawns, polenta crusted calamari, phylo tazza are readily cooked in the kitchen. If Italian is the way you want to go then various pizzas and pastas are on the menu. Take advantage of little gnocchi which are tiny pillows of potato tossed with sun dried tomatoes, pesto and nuts. By the time main course is ordered you are heady with expectation. The restaurant serves contemporary cuisine so Ananas glazed pork chops are recommended. Vegetarians can opt for roesti primavera as it is too yummy with crisp potato pancake and exotic vegetables. For modern indian food rajmah ki gilauti and kosha murg offers lot of potential. Violet cheesecake jar is the final finishing touch to a superb meal. Fresh baked 15 min cake has earned lot of praises too.
All in all FIO country kitchen is a moderately expensive restaurant yet very much in demand. On lazy winter days the open courtyard seems attractive for the customers. So make a booking before visiting. This place is meant for both family and intimate dinners. Itâ€™s large enough to organise both the parties at the same time without losing its peacefulness.