Get free deal with every meal
Confirm booking in 30 second
No charges on booking cancellation
Show all timings
Foreign Village is a new restaurant and bar opened in the heart of Rajouri Garden. The décor is of a village with a contemporary twist making the ambience unusual and inviting. The extensive menu offers Mediterranean, Mughlai and Chinese cuisine. One can try the Chicken Golgappe with tomato sauce and chicken filling and Mutton Galotti which is perfectly cooked and flavourful. They have a well-equipped bar with a wide range of liquor options.
Went there in a tuesday night for a family dinner. Being a weekday, it was not crowded and we liked that fact. The ambiance is classy, the lighting is pretty soothing. As soon as we entered we were greeted with broad smiles and they gave us the best seat possible taking notice of the fact that we had an infant with us. The food. We had Chicken Pakora, Penne Alfredo, Chicken Rara, Thai Spring Rolls, Tandoori Mushrooms , some breads and a couple of drinks. The food was good with the Thai Spring Rolls and Pasta being the star. They were excellent. The mushroom was good too, however just a tab bland. The weakest dish was Chicken Rara. The butter naan was huge, one naan is enought for two persons actually. The one thing which stood out for me was the service. These guys know how to take care if their guests. They were really open to out suggestions. The portions were decent and the pricing is good. I will recommend this place for sure!
I usually don't end up liking food in cafe of west Delhi, but this was the only cafe in which i end up liking food and ambience. We ordered food like mutton, chicken, chilli potato, salad, everything was good in taste and quantity was also sufficient. Service was great. Overall a nice restaurant to visit.
The staff was courteous.We ordered Foreign Mezze Platter, cheesy smoked mushrooms, veg pan fried noodle with assorted vegetables, aglio olio spaghetti, Pan Pasand Mojito and Thai Maleesh. Every food item that we ordered was delicious. Pan Pasand Mojito had a taste of Pan Tofees. Something unique about this place was that the ingredients of the drinks were written in Hindi which made the menu unique in its own. Live match was being screened there so one can go there with friends and family to watch a match!
Went with my family of eight for hearty Saturday brunch and were the first ones to arrive at 1:30. Ordered their signature veg and non veg dishes that included soups and appetisers. Didn’t feel like going through the menu as I come here every two months or so. A lot has changed due to change in management. Listing below my observations in a chronological order. 1. Excellent service standards. 2. Poor cutlery management. 3. Almost 1.5 times price increase. 4. Food quantity reduced to 0.75%. 5. Almost everything we ordered was sub standard in quality. Infact the cottage cheese was sour in both the dishes. 6. With a occupancy of 20% chef didn’t entertain us when we requested his presence to tell what has gone wrong with the food. 7. Manager was polite enough to accept that they will only get poor food quality when customer complain. They don’t have check and balances in place to ensure rotten veges are Not served with decoration. PS: Lastly this bad experience was compensated with Vanilla ice creams. Give it a miss. They’re better options available within 1/2 km radius.
Dinner Party on 7th June 2018 Went at 6.00pm as we have organized an office get-together. This place is very walkable distance from the Rajouri Garden Metro Station ( About 100 mts) towards the Vishal Enclave. Ambience is appropriate and the furnitures and decor helps to create the correct bistro setup where people can come and chill. We ordered array of cocktails, beers and food. the cocktails were very sweet and had to be redone ( LIT, mojito). Tonic water was not available and we had to insist to get the same arranged. Service is super slow and a wait of 15 minutes is usual for getting a drink. Food was pathetic and tasted sweet and strange. I would like to see improvement in the food and service before I recommend this place to my readers. Meantime those who want to give this place a try may let others know of their review.
As more and more eccentric eateries are coming into the picture, it was high time someone took classic dhaba theme in hand and give it a facelift. The job fell upon the shoulders of ‘Foreign Dhaba Bistro & Bar’, who with their creative minds have turned a regular worn-out dhaba theme into a new attraction. As more and more eateries are going for out-of-the-box décor themes, this restaurant chose to go old school. The restaurant has become quite a crowd-magnet as many families and foodies come in to check out their modern desi avatar and also to sample their delectable menu. Foreign Dhaba Bistro & Bar is tucked on the ground floor in Industrial Pocket, Rajouri Garden, New Delhi. A valet service is available for those who can’t wait to hand over their keys and get right into the action.
Just as the restaurant has tried to play with their décor, the chef has put an imaginative spin on the menu. While it may seem like an average North Indian, Continental and Chinese combination to many, look closer and you will find out that it’s innovative and playful up front. Go on expecting a bit pricey bill. It may not burn a hole in your pocket but it’s not cheap either. A decent bar menu comes attached with the food selection. Choose whatever moves you. If part of a large group, opt for sharing platters. Otherwise pick between, bruschetta golgappas, barra kebab, Vietnamese crispy chili potato, sofiyana mutton Peshawar, prik pro and do bhai. Second course is just as exciting. Try, Spanish style grilled soul, seafood pizza, soya lababdar, type chicken fusion pizza and penne mama rossa.
‘Kuch meetha hojaye’ is how they title their final sweet section. Under the section is an assortment of lip-smacking desserts, which will promise to throw your diet charts out of the window. Spoil yourself with, shahi tukda, Thai coconut spring roll topping with canoy sauce, motichoor ladoo with rabri, caramel custard, walnut brownie with ice cream and choco spring roll topping with hot chocolate. Foreign Dhaba Bistro & Bar is aptly named as it seems like a modernized version of old-fashioned dhabas. Décor very much falls into a chic European bracket with arched hallway, stone floor, baroque chandeliers and light-weight white furniture. A huge mural of a red turbaned man runs across main focal wall. An easy-going smartly furnished dining space ideal for families.