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An outlet of the popular Singaporean bar chain, Harry’s (in Khan Market) is a popular haunt for both tourists and Delhites who wish to spend sunny afternoons watching live matches and grabbing a drink with their friends. Its selection of signature cocktails and dishes from a small and but wonderfully eclectic menu, offers options ranging from European to Pan Asian as well as a few American classics. The spicy chicken burger is a juicy must-have and their double cooked noodles are surprisingly big on flavour.
After having experienced Harry's at Bengaluru this one was a shocker. The only reason for visiting was we had little time and this was a known brand for its price and food (plus they had Happy Hours). The journey two flights up has a coffee shop at level 1 which was barely occupied and once we reached on top to a dimly lit place it immediately gave an impression of being cramped. Plus it was jam packed. We could groups of 8-10 sitting at a table meant for at the best 6. We got a similar choice use the bar counter which we denied as were family of three. Eventually we were squeezed into a table of two with our backs, bag and conversation mixing with the group of 10 on table of 6. The service was good, the cocktails were decent and the snacks were good too, the only thing not so good was the experience. In case you looking for a bargain choice at Khan Market then be there early and get a good corner for your self which is unlikely to be encroached up and enjoy the Happy Hour. If not then go elsewhere...
it's right at the top, so keep on going up until you can go no more. The bar is small so it gets busy real quick, and can be quite loud, but the food is worth it.
Small place, which can easily get crowded. Food, and the general ambiance is good. Service might get slow, especially when it gets crowded.
Like most Khan market places this is also very small and moreover its only on the second floor! Many settle down into the first floor place thinking its Harrys but its not there yet! It has a small terrace and small tables tucked into various corners and they do squeeze you in and i guess that's why its cozy. The Cheese fondue was a local version and the cheese was not hot enough nor adequate for all the vegetables and crotons that came with it.The vegetables exotica were quite exotic but the taste was just fine
Really good place for a drink and a few nibbles while you watch the cricket !! They have a cute little terrace as well. Small and cozy place with limited seating but excellent vibe. Be it for a sundowner after work or catchup with friends, I definitely would recommend Harrys if you are around Khan market. The menu is smallish yet very diverse. The quality of ingredients used for the dishes is of a very high quality and the service top notch !! Give it a shot !! Follow me on Instagram @SPICEITUPWITHSAM
Looking for someplace to unwind and chillax with your gang with no hassle service then drive up to Khan Market and park in front of ‘Harry’s’. Khan Market is one of the most hip places in Delhi’s social sector and Harry’s just enhance the pull of it. Casual and masculine in décor the Harry’s has gained quite a fan base for its laid back attitude and yummy food. Yes, the cocktails menu is an attraction too. Trendy and popular Harry’s is a hub for young crowd looking to have a good time. Exposed brick wall with signage in flashing blue is their trademark. The running bar at one end to the casual seats on the other, the ambience is easy and relaxed. Décor is unpretentious and humble. Generally filled with college kids and young corporates Harry’s unassuming ambience is ideal for bonding. Lively music sets the mood and free flowing booze just helps the matter along.
Menu is basically cocktail so you will find great options to accompany your drink. Let’s talk booze first. The bar menu is well stocked and shows abundant collection. They kick-start the menu with wines (sparkling, red & white) moving onto Harry’s signature cocktails following that with vodka, tequila, beers, mocktails and dark spirits. Then comes the food. Starters like buffalo chicken winglets, trio of sausages, crispy pork ribs, tomato & olive chicken seekh, Thai chilli fish, citrus soy prawns, chimichurri chicken, Vietnamese spring rolls, fondue stuffed mushrooms, coconut crusted chicken strips, satay and Harry’s fish n chips. Don’t forget to try their nachos. They are out of this world. If you are in company of some seafood fans then choose Fisherman’s basket which contains crispy battered calamari and prawns. These starters are bite sized and very easy to handle.
For more filling dishes go towards spiked chicken schnitzel, chicken breast, broiled fish fillet and steak, egg & fries. Dessert section offers few but awesome desserts. They are a crowd favourite and are ordered on hourly basis. Harry’s upside down cone comes in a jar with ice cream and cherries at the bottom and a tilted waffle cone at the top. Punters love this dessert. Drunken volcano cake is another favourite of the dutiful fans. Harry’s is small but designed to host cool bunch of crowd. Ask to be seated next to the window if are a party of more than two. Reasonable than its neighbours Harry’s is a revelation in itself.