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Had Edwin Landseer Lutyens been around today, he would have approved of this part gentlemen’s club, part restaurant on the first floor of a building that overlooks what is known as Lutyens Delhi. Spacious, with lounge seating, high (yet comfortable) chairs and plenty of natural light, the food is modern and centred around Europe rather than just UK, the home of Lutyens. The plating of whatever you order is modern and many of the vegetables have been specially grown for the restaurant. Poached Pear Salad is served with baby carrots; Deconstructed Caesar Salad has a novel presentation and Prawn Cocktail can feed an entire table.
This was our first lunch in India - it was a good place to start.Obviously a popular place, more bar-like than restaurant in style. Very tasty food and my introduction to Tadka Dal and Vegetable Biryani that were to become go to dishes later in the holiday.A nice atmosphere spanning various age groups.
The place caters to tourists and foreigners mainly.The service and food was good.A wide variety of options was there in the menu, the food was tasty and reasonably priced.
On our tour of Delhi we were in need of lunch and our guide suggested this venue. It is well-patronised by tourists and foreigners at lunch time, and quite busy. That notwithstanding, it served good food: butter chicken (their "speciality") and Hara Bhara Kabab at reasonable prices and without delays.
This is definitely not the place to go if you want to experience the real India. Entire buses of tourists are brought there by their guides. The place is large and can accommodate crowds. The menu offers Libanese dishes in addition to Indian and international ones. We tried the mezze, which was delicious. We had some difficulty digesting the Indian dish though. The service was efficient. The plates were amazing! But we would like to suggest that some toilets be added! It is not conceivable that such a huge place has only one toilet for women (and probably also one for men). We queued 20 minutes to use that toilet!
We were brought here by our guide during a daylong tour of Delhi and while enjoying comfort break, quenching thirst and relaxing we enjoyed a decent lunch that included paneer, biryani and nan. It seems that we are enjoying food, and curries in particular for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Gorgeous! We were warned that the curries would be quite different in India from those experienced in UK. This is of course rubbish since our home experience tends to be northern Indian/Punjabi/Pakistani. All restaurants here providing fine tuning for our palates!
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Rather than moving forward with the modern and edgy side of fine dining, we have chosen to take a few steps back and turn around to gaze into the old world. We happen to find much pleasure in golden days when Delhi was newly born and crafted under the clever hands of Edwin Lutyen, after whom the central city is lovingly called Lutyen’s Delhi. To pay homage to this esteemed architect many fine dining establishments have named themselves after him but nobody comes even close to ‘Lutyens Cocktail House’. This delightful gastro-bar is located in the prime spot at Janpath, right at the heart of central Delhi, overlooking a magnificent view of Lutyens Delhi. For your next bar hopping weekend opt for LCH for a classy refined evening about town.
Lutyens Cocktail House accomplish to present a fabulous menu that travels all across the globe covering North Indian, Lebanese, European and Mexican cuisines. To complement the food menu they offer a delightful array of drinks as well, from heady cocktails to something a little stronger, their bar menu is vast and extensive. Pair the drinks with nibbles like, wild mushroom bitterballen, fish finger, beer chicken, wasabi prawn, hara bhara kebab, cigar roll, kebab meshwi, mutton seekh kebab, chicken croquettes, paneer malai tikka and falafel pocket. For second course go for, dum aloo, grilled river sole, four cheese pizza, ravioli primavera, Lutyens pie, spinach crepe, fish n chips, prawn goan curry, paneer shahi, penne arrabiata, beef burger, chicken chili pepper & brie cheese pizza, linguini prawn, tenderloin, subj khada masala, butter chicken and aubergine & ricotta cheese steak.
Round off the meal on a sweet note with citrus meringue pie, phirni, chocolate box, banoffee cheese cake, gulab jamun, tiramisu, chocolate volcano and triple chocolate brownie. Lutyens Cocktail House is designed in a specific way to reflect the refined masculine taste. It resembles part gentleman’s club and part fine dining restaurant. A brown chevron patterned floor runs across the restaurant glowing under the bright yellow lights gleaming from a moulded ceiling. The look is classy and elegant with a heavy masculine element visible throughout the room in, high backed leather chairs, dark grey and brown tones, clean stiff lines and walls covered in stunning vintage portraits of Lutyens Delhi. The restaurant is affordable and pocket-friendly so feel free to indulge and gear up for a walk down the memory lane.