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A pretty sidelong patio with cabana style seating is a highlight, and mostly featuring long benches with comfy cushions and long tables good for a friends catching up. A multi cuisine menu here spoils you for choice. The Mezze Platter is an ideal sharing dish, certainly more than enough to go around for a mammoth group of famished people in this crag of house pita chips, muhammara, hummus, tabbouleh, labneh, olives and pickled vegetables. Oriental Chicken and Roasted Garlic could start a meal or just serve as a light snack. The Chicken Cheese Kidney Bean Fries go perfectly with your tipple. A Mexican Magic is a tequila-forward cocktail from the ‘Signature’ section of the menu separated jaggedly into features that seem to label their character. It is certainly boozy with an edge of citrus provided by Orange and it is topped with a little Pomegranate, Yeah! Ice for some fun! The Vodka and Rose Chuski is a bit more refreshing but more basic!
I am a regular customer here and and my experience here is always great. My friends are fed of of me suggesting them to go here as I love this place so much! However, my experience yesterday, 12th August was pathetic because of the new manager, Rupinder, he has no idea how to talk to a guest and no idea how 1+1 happy hours work. As I am a regular customer most of the servers know me and they know my drink too, frozen classic margarita. I ordered my margarita and also asked the server if I can save one more 1+1 before happy hours ends. After some time Manager Rupinder walked up to me and said, we cannot hold the drink, which I understood and only one 1+1 was ordered. To which he said, we will bring both the drinks to my table. I asked him how would I drink both the frozen margaritas at the same time, to which he said, "Thats your problem, not ours" and this is coming from a gentlemen who has 17 years of experience in service/hospitality industry. This is not it, after further discussion, he told one of the servers "Yaar, dede isko jo maang raha hain"to my face. I was shocked with his attitude. We were about to walk out, but captian Anuj came to rescue and he controlled the situation. I always love this place, will keep coming but one bad employee can ruin your reputation.
Recently to a trip in Delhi, we came to know about this hidden gem. Located in the deer park in Hauz khas village. A very prominent location. Atmosphere was good for hanging out with family and friends. A cabana style sitting with long benches catering large groups. Food was delicious and mouth watering. Nice variety of foreign as well as Indian liquor. Would definitely recommend to fellow travelers.
Great location-Deer Park but average food. We had pizzas which were loaded too much, and humus and very strange pita bread. All this accompanied with staring looks and ver loud music made it a bit unpleasant dining experience and hence 3 stars. Quite pricey for what it is
Food was nice. Live music and great ambience was very pleasing. Service was emaculate. Molten choclate with ice cream was the " best for the last ".
Set in a beautiful park this was the perfect restaurant to end the evening in. It would be a romantic place for couples but is also a great place to go to with friends. The staff were really friendly, the food was great (best tasting pizza I have ever had) and whilst we were there a guitarist started live acoustic music which just gave the whole place a nice atmosphere. Highly recommend. Plus they have the iron throne.
New Delhi is turning a new leaf, unfurling to become a better version of itself by going through a facelift of sorts. Several rundown streets have gained the attention of the restauranteurs and in turn are transforming themselves into a technicoloured version of their original selves. One of the most successful transformations in the history of Delhi has to be with Hauz Khas Village in South Delhi. What used to be a tree-lined road with handful of boutiques on the end is now the city’s favourite gourmet destination. Hauz Khas Village today is home to numerous trendy pubs and stunning eateries with unique concepts to lure punters in. One of the most frequented spots in the village is ‘Lord of the Drinks Meadow’, a popular happening watering hole favoured by the tipplers.
Although every decent pub in the city keeps an awesome booze selection, at Lord of the Drinks Meadow you will find it to be excellent. Mixologist surpasses himself by whipping up for you an array of potent cocktails but if you desire for something stronger than take a dip into the bar’s liquor section. Everything from beer to rum to scotch to wine is up for grabs. On the side nibble on a range of appetizers chosen from Lord of the Drinks Meadow’s multi-cuisine menu. Tuck into, Thai munchy rolls, crispy prawn styx, rosemary crusted aloo chaat, spinach & pakchoi dim sum, Thai ginger fiery chicken balls, khati calamari, Meadow duets kebab, mutton galouti and falafel tahini. For a more substantial fare eat, lasoni chicken sandwich, pepper chilli limed grilled river sole, butter chicken sliders, Spanish pizza, tawa meat tacos and China bento box.
To pamper your sweet tooth the pub offers, ice cream martini, caramel & chocolate love affair, deconstructed tiramisu, banoffee cigar rolls honey sesame and Lord of nutty chocolate brownie fudge. The menu of Lord of the Drinks Meadow is quite extensive. Do give their fusion food a chance. The interiors of the pub is constant source of attraction for the punters. Ensconced in lush greenery of deer park, the interiors of the pub more and such resembles a log cabin. Heavy wooden furnishings gleam under yellow lights while weathered leather chairs and sofas are added to lend that jungle cottage appeal. Huge plate glass windows looks at the dense park surrounding the pub but if you want an up-close view then sit outdoors. This a truly wonderful, even if a little expensive, place to drink.