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This is certainly one of the biggest resto bars in Delhi. It also has a terrace seating area with amazing international music playing in the background. The ambience is a good mix of dim lights and music with very comfortable seating arrangements. The grilled sole fish and chilli mustard chicken are some of the lip smacking dishes that one must try. The Madras curry risotto is a great main course with very mild coastal hints.
Besides its legendary butter chicken and fabulous shopping, one more thing Delhi is pretty well-known for, that is its nightlife. Crawling heavily with pubs all over the city, Delhi takes pride in its party lot that churns out some smashing exhilarating nightspots that lures tipplers from all over the country. Can it be its impressive booze selection that flows endlessly throughout the night or the foot-tapping live gigs that keeps the spirits soaring high? No matter what expectations you have from your night out, be assured Delhi will not fail you. One bar more than any others has garnered a lot of buzz since its arrival couple of years back. After its flagship bar in Connaught Place, Lord of the Drinks opened several other outlets in the city, including the one in Rajouri Garden called ‘Lord of the Drinks Chamber’.
Booze selection at Lord of the Drinks Chamber can make even the most hard-core enthusiast envious. Even more divine is their cocktail spread where their mixologist whips up his magical concoctions guaranteed to knock you out. If you feel like something a bit stronger then choose any thing between beers, whisky, vodka, gin, tequila, wines, rum and scotch. Give them a salty kick with the help of few appetizers, picked from Lord of the Drinks Chamber’s multi-cuisine menu. Start with, soba noodle salad, corn & mushroom tart shell, chicken tikka bruschetta with mint foam, chipotle prawns, Quattro formaggio soy chaap, herb infused fish and deconstructed papdi chaat. The menu is simply overflowing with starters but do save some space for the main course. Try, pulled kathal tacos, keema pav chicken shorties, chicken chettinad with Malabar paratha, baked butter chicken penne and Thai bento box.
The variety of offer at Lord of the Drinks Chamber is overwhelming. You will be spoilt for choices and what delicious choices. Fusion food on the menu is a must try. Similar brilliance is seen in their final course, desserts. Have a, deconstructed tiramisu, ice cream martini, banoffee cigar rolls honey sesame, caramel & chocolate love affair and Lord of nutty chocolate brownie fudge. Themed on medieval era, when you step into Lord of the Drinks Chamber you are instantly transported back in time. The interiors are heavy wooden-based with stone walls, bolted edgings, dark leather couches and a dense masculine appeal. Though a little pricey, Lord of the Drinks Chamber is one of the most popular bars in Delhi.