History of Delhi is colourful and filled with stories. Stories of those who had to leave their homes overnight and travel for miles for a new place to settle down. Most of the population of Delhi is of those who bore the brunt of partition between India and Pakistan. Many people settled into the city in hordes preferring certain areas over others forming a tight knit community of Sikhs and Hindus bound together by tragedy. There are some colonies which grew with such expats and came to be known as Refugees colony and later on became Punjabi Bagh of today. Soon after it established Punjabi Bagh quickly became the locality for big bungalows of wealthy traders, businessmen and wholesalers. Today Punjabi Bagh is known for its posh residences and lovely sprawling bungalows. The Punjabi community residing here live life to its fullest and are famous for their love for luxury and good food.
Punjabi Bagh witnessed a rapid growth in few years which was noticed by many gastronomic entrepreneurs and restauranteurs. The growth was further nudged by opening of various well known culinary brands in the vicinity like, Domino's, KFC, Breads n More, McDonald's, Wok In The Clouds, Thai Wok, Bikanerwala and Caf‚ Pasha. If you want to enjoy great food with smashing ambience then there is no better place than Punjabi Bagh. To drink in Punjabi Bagh is heaven as they have some fab trendy bars with interesting menus. Jump on a cab and swoosh down to 'London Brick' or 'Buzz' or 'Bailamos'. Armed with swanky and stylish interiors the bars are a lively place to spend your Saturday night. They are fun, hip and bursting with energy. Along with a superb menu to make your forget your diet plans they have an impressive bar menu to lend a happy buzz.
'The Butler House' comes with money and style. Decked up in a classy earthy manner the restaurant is perfect for a date or a small dinner celebration with friends. It's fashionable in a masculine way with lots of usage of wood. Menu is casual eclectic and made beautifully. Another very interesting entry to this superb selection is 'The Derby Cookhouse' which as per its name sticks with the derby theme. Trendy to the core the restaurant is snazzy and fun. Punjabi Bagh has a quiet elegance and history woven into its pattern clearly evident to those looking for a new story.=