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Now two branches old, Smokey’s is as perfect a balance as you can get between Western food (burgers, grills, steaks) and the Indian palate. The food is spicy with a whole variety of chillies like jalapeno and paprika but fortunately, the chilli level is used to ramp up the taste rather than to bring tears in your eyes. Vaguely masculine in appearance, it has a no-nonsense wine list that is priced much more moderately than the competition. Their events range from karaoke on Wednesdays and pop music on Fridays to Bollywood on Saturday evenings.
The outlet is well situated though parking can be a bit of issue The place us good for burgers etc The appitizers were very interesting The place is well know for it's cocktails and if you are in a mood to get high this is the place The bar tenders are very knowledgable The music is great and will get you in the mood to groove
Great place for some yummy food which is tastefully prepared. The flavor stays with you even long after you have finished food. The Polenta Crusted Chicken and Atomic Drumsticks were a mix of fiery and delicious. The grilled lamb kebabs were so juicy and soft that you can eat one after another. The background music is also soothing to the ears. A good place to hang out with friends on weekends.
Had team lunch with veg + non-veg favoring persons, vegetarian options were less which was a bit disappointing. Though food is good and backed with great service. Ambience is fine. Burger and fries were delicious but the same can be enjoyed at Burger king as well.
Will suggest this place but if veg only people are more, give a thought.
Even though I was here for dinner and not drinks I couldn't help myself. The music is infectious and demands a drink. The food is so well presented that it tempted a dedicated carnivore like me to try the Goat Cheese Crostini. I had the lamb burger but was disappointed. The fries more than made up for it: they were crispy, thin and not too salty.
The food is also reasonably priced, though for drinks happy hours makes the most sense. When I go back, I'll make sure its for the Bollywood nights- I hear they are great.
Ladies, let’s confess. BBQ is essentially dude food. I am not saying that we girls don’t appreciate a good steak from time to time but saucy ribs are more in guy’s lane. Don’t get me wrong I do love a good burger but unlike ‘the men’ I am not obsessed about it. Something about the saucy ribs drive them crazy. So it’s only fair that ‘Smokey’s BBQ and grill’ at greater Kailash has such a fan following. The place is like a cult headquarters of BBQ fan club. The joint is done in masculine fashion with wood and brick design. Exposed brick walls in white with wooden floor and ceiling supported with blackboard style pillars divide the room. Double story gastro-pub has a wide staircase running upstairs which gives the room an airiness. Decals on the wall add trendy touch.
When you think of BBQ immediately you assume a plate of ribs presented in an unappetising way. But here at Smokey’s the food is delivered in a very wonderful way. The golden yellow fries with a cheesy burger with tomato and fresh lettuce peeking looks as delicious as a food shot in a magazine. Burgers here have lots of patty options. Tenderloin, chicken, potato, lamb, vegetables, pulled pork all are served with helping of fries, salad and baked beans. The hotdogs have similar option. In mains the steak chapter is worth reading. Filet mignon with wasabi (really? Wasabi?), slow cooked pork ribs (yum), john dory with smoked Shimla chilli (double yum), are some lip-smacking options. For lighter on tummy fare range of pastas are served too. Spinach and ricotta ravioli sounds fantastic. And so does grilled veg tortellini. So many options! OH, don’t forget pizzas. Go for old school peperoni. A tip: Smokey’s have crazy big whopper size burger and hotdog. Good idea for challenging a friend. Just a friendly suggestion.
Sweet tooth cure we have. Chocolate nougat pudding might heal every kind of craving. And yes smokey’s have dark chocolate mud pie. To wash down all that saucy ribs shakes, mocktails, iced teas, juices are at your beck and call. So slurp away! The joint hosts music nights on alternate days. Bollywood night is quite a crowd puller. Smokey’s BBQ and grill is a reasonable enough joint. Eight hundred rupees per head is all it will cost you to leave the American dream.