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The quirky Mumbai-style Iranian cafe comes to Delhi with SodaBottleOpenerWala. Built with affection and an aesthetic that would please both Freddie Mercury and Monty Python, this cafe with its old-world charm is a nostalgia trip. The food is quintessential Irani Cafe with Bun Maska, Parsi Bheeda Par Eeda (Rs 165) - an egg preparation with lady fingers - and the pricier Kolmi Fry (fried prawns). The signature Parsi dish, Patra Ni Machi is a must-try. The dishes are well-priced keeping in view the modest pricing of the original Irani cafes.
It's a different restaurant with a different kind of menu. One must visit it for the experience and to try something new.
I always enjoyed dinning at this place, but this time around it was not up to the mark, may be my expectation was high, but the basic cant go wrong, food was not hot enough. We all know what can happen to a great dish if its served cold.Well I love you guys, will be back soon.
This outlet in cyberhub is very close to my office but never had the chance to visit, so for team lunch thought of trying this place.The food we orderedVada pao- This was on recommendations by Zomato so ordered. The taste obviously was not as authentic as bombay style vada pao is but was close. The vada paos were big in size and the spread of chutney inside was also good. 👍Berry pulao- I had heard about this a lot from friends, so ordered and this was at par with the hype it had. The pulao had it's own flavour which imwas really new for my tastebuds and they just couldn't get enough of it. The pulao with so much of textures from berries to cashews to fried onions complimented each other so good.Dhansak- So many cookery showd talk about this dish so this had to be tried. This came in a lunchbox with 3 boxes having dal, rice & kurchan. The dal was smooth in texture properly cooked with a different flavour mixed with the caramelized rice again was new for my palate, but there was no oomph factor in it as people rave about it. I found it to be just okay dish.Paneer sanju baba- Again no surprises as of such just normal paneer dish very mildly spiced and a bit on sweet side, did not like it.Raspberry soda- This was just superb 👌 refreshing with oodles of raspberries and chilled to perfection not too much not too less. Must tryThe only things I loved were berry pulao & raspberry soda. Rest everything was just okay not something that will make you have more and more of it.Apart from this a few ordered non vegetarian food also including Salli mutton & Bambaiya chicken biryani and per them(one of them was hardcore meat eater) nothing was extraordinary the salli mutton had no taste and in the biryani the chicken was not properly cooked as it should be.And also you can't oder one rotli if you need only one.And as I'm a vegetarian there were not much options in desserts too just one or two items and that too not something different that would want to order, they can have more options for desserts at least.So all in all not that much good experience just okay.Service was good and timely.
Their was great ambience at the place,I decide to order some palatable food..We have order Kandha Bhaji,Pulao and Rasberry Shake*Kandha Bhaji is basically made of onion coated with basin and served with sizzling green chutneyTaste Rating-3/5*Pulao is simple rice with some veggiesTaste Rating--3.5/5Rasberry Shake is made of Rasberry it was not so delish as I expected so it was below my expectation.Taste Rating--2.5/5
Had a lunch with colleagues recently.Ambience and seating was good with ample space to move around.The ceiling has a cute toy train track on which the toy train moves continuously.Ordered the special skikanji which has dates as the sweetener.Also ordered the dhansak with rice and paneer Sunny baba with parathas.Panneer was tasty and so were the parathas.Overall a decent place.Service was prompt and the food offered in steel tiffin containers
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Who can forget the quirky old-fashioned appeal of Iranian cafes, tucked into the by-lanes of Mumbai? Many movies have been made around the cafes, scenes shot on those chequered tables while a Parsi uncle sits in the background. Our earliest memories of these charming cafes are limited to endless bottles of cold drink and unlimited servings of Bun Maska. Deciding on the same popularity factor, the appeal of cute Parsi cafes are brought to the glittery markets of Delhi in the form of â€˜SodaBottleOpenerWala'. The quirky chain of restaurants has taken over the gastro-circuit by a storm with its robust unapologetic food and lovely eye-catching dÃ©cor. Even the happening Cyber Hub in Gurgaon has gained one outlet due to its increasing popularity and originality of the menu.
Interiors of SodaBottleOpenerWala
SodaBottleOpenerWala is known for is its dÃ©cor that reflects the originality of traditional Parsi cafes. Brightly painted spacious rooms resemble very much like a Parsi drawing room, filled with knick-knacks collected over the years by an eclectic Bori. Take in the vintage photographs, a chandelier made out of kettles, gramophone, shuttered windows, old-fashioned telephone and a patterned floor that runs across the room. In cool evenings sit in their open outdoor section that overlooks the hustle-bustle of busy chirpy Cyber Hub.
Eclectic menu of SodaBottleOpenerWala
The menu of SodaBottleOpenerWala accentuates the delights of Parsi and Iranian cuisine. The best way to start enjoying the menu is with their signature drinks, inspired by various traditional bars of Bombay social circuit like Maushi Chi, Mumma nu Double Dose and refreshing Raspberry Beer. Begin by nibbling on Chicken Farcha, Tareli Macchi, Classic Akuri, Carnivore's Bhel, Vada Pav, Eggs Kejriwal, Paradise Chicken Roll, Crispy Corn and Bhel, Chicken Cutlis Pav, Bacon Vada Pav and Vegetable Puff. For the main course, go for their delectable dishes like Salli Mutton, Breach Candy Awesome Okra, Goan Choriz Pav, Tomato Cheese Macroni, Parsi Vegetable Kari, Dhansak, Bambaiyya Chicken Biryani, Paneer Sanju Baba, Paatra ni Macchi, Squid & Prawn Patio, Khattu Meethu Pumpkin and Vegetable Berry Pulao. You can even try their combos which bring together a combination of lip-smacking dishes.
Round off on a strong sweet note with traditional Parsi desserts, Matunga Coffee Cake, Lagan Nu Custer, super tasty Pumpkin Flan and Mixed Berry Trifle. The menu is well priced in comparison to its other fancy neighbours.
Where will you find this in Cyber City?
Address: 3, Ground Floor, Cyber Hub, DLF Cyber City, Gurugram
Nearest metro station: Micromax Moulsari Avenue (Rapid Metro)
The quirky Mumbai-style Iranian café, SodaBottleOpenerWala, has become quite a crowd magnet due to its fabulous comforting Parsi food and eccentric Iranian interiors. What used to be an average humble café scene in Mumbai, has gained a fashionable gloss in Delhi NCR. This famous restaurant chain has opened a new outlet in Cyber City, Gurgaon and has quite a fan following all week along. The Insta-worthy décor of the café is not the only reason it gets hash tagged so often. Food is another of their forte. SodaBottleOpenerWala could be a good place for for a Special Occasion, first date or even a second one.