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This lounge in Greater Kailash is the talk of the town. With a classy ambience, the place is much loved and not to be missed. With two different seating area separated by the bar, the place is perfect for dining with friends as well as family. Serving Fusion food, Storm Version 2.0 serves delectable food, not to be missed. One ought to try innovative dishes like Maggi Arancini, Pao Bhaji Bruschetta. For the mains, the Railway Mutton Curry and Malabari Parantha is a great pick for the non-vegetarians.
Storm is one of the few pubs that allow kids and thus is a common hangout place for many families in and around Lajpat Nagar. The food quality is good and they have a nice variety for beverage selection
Come weekend and there's no better way to enjoy it than with a well mixed cocktail in one hand and delish grub in other. And if you're not careful enough, storm version Could easily become a habit you can't break, given there are too many things that will keep you coming again and again. Naturally we started with cocktails, at first sip, elderflower spritzer is intriguing and the white wine grows on you slowly, leaving you wanting for more. From the non vegetarian choices, the one that really stands out is the understated but totally yummy #butter chicken tart. Irresistible and a must order. #Maggie aranchini and #peri peri chicken satay comes a close second. Unfortunately, udta Punjab and Pao bhaji bruschetta lacks the punch in all theatre involved. These are edible but not quite worth the fanfare around SV 2.0. From presentation to taste, nothing on the menu disappoints (except paneer kadhai). Infact the presentation of all of these is stellar. But what really takes the cake is their non vegetarian mains of chicken korma and railway mutton Curry. It's so good, it'd be difficult to describe it in words. What I loved was their perfect balance of spices since most places tend to go overboard with that. And While you're gorging on their variety of food, leave some room for their innovative desserts. Bet you never thought of Gulab jamun and cheesecake combined as dessert? And fried ice cream? First the Innovation and then the taste wins over. Coming to the service, it was painfully slow, Could have been better and the waiters; more attentive.
It’s a nice pub to hangout with friends and you can take your kids too.. Nice dance floor where you can enjoy and food is good.. Little expensive in drinks but overall nice soothing place !!!!
Stumbled on this restaurant because it was close to our hotel. We're glad we did. I don't know how authentically Indian or otherwise the food is but it was very good. A large varied menu and all our selections were tasty and full of flavour. The staff were attentive and friendly and we thoroughly enjoyed more than one visit to Storm. Well worth a trip.
Considered trendy by those who know no better, this noisy fast food bar is Delhi catering at its worse. If you like having to shout your order to the waiters over the eardrum-damaging techno-pop that is loud enough to fill a stadium, then this place is for you. If you appreciate well presented edible food - go elsewhere. My friend has a food allergy and despite her having clearly told the waiter to tell the chef that her meal must not contain the allergen, the staff tried to hide it under a thick sauce. Were this a nut allergy she could have died. I have had some unpleasant meals during my 30 odd years of traveling in India, that’s par for the course, but the depths this place has sunk to is despicable. Overpriced, overrated and down right nasty. I doubt that the bar will still be in business next time I visit Delhi.