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With wooden interiors, the restaurant is perfect for a casual, relaxed meal. The dining area is quite huge with a small outdoor seating and a terrace which opens only in the evenings. The menu is a bit about everything ranging from kinds of pasta, pizzas, mezzes, North Indian and a bit of Mexican as well. I started my meal with cream of 'Mushroom Soup' which was very average. 'American Cheesy Spring Rolls' made me smile and my friend was happy with her 'Homemade Chicken Nuggets'. Chef’s Special Platters are very popular as they come in varied forms – 'American Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian Platter', 'Indian Veg and Non-Veg Platter', 'Seafood Platter' and so on. 'Chicken Kra Pao’ – a popular street food of Thailand is spicy minced chicken with basil and fresh chillies, served with steamed rice, is quite popular. ‘Chicken Breast With Garlic Pokchoi’ is a signature dish out here and so is 'Chicken Tikka Masala'. You can have your fix of ‘Fish and Chips’ or go for 'Classic Lamb Chops'. 'Veg and Chicken Fajitas' are the star of the menu and chef recommends 'BBQ Grill' when you are in the mood to party. Round off your meal with 'Kahlua Kiss Brownies' or the 'Ultimate Banoffee Pie'. Both of these will not disappoint you. It is a nice party hangout place, though I would have liked to see more vegetarian options in the menu and service boys to smile a bit while serving.
Rooftop bar doesn’t open till 5 but it’s an airy, green and pleasant place to eat and drink. We had some snacks and a pitcher of beer. Cheapest beers on the menu are not available so had more expensive Heineken. Staff tried to overcharge us. Got that sorted and ordered some fries, hummus and chilli chicken which were reasonable. Asked for the bill and waited ages to only be brought another pitcher of beer. When we protested the staff turned quite nasty and wanted us to pay for it. Keep on the right side of the staff and you can have a good time.
in an extatic city, so noisy, you reach the top floor of a trandy place, nice food, nice staff to help, nice music. Fresh food, nice atmosphere, where hip youth and expat mix in an happy atmosphere. easy to find, easy to park near by and tube not far away
We went at the time of lunch and sat inside. They have a basic ambiance and sitting area, but they haven't compromised on the taste. We tried the shakes along with lamb chops and veg pizza. All the dishes were amazing. From the desserts we had the tiramisu.I would highly recommend that.
- Sheesha on rooftop during evening- Great food- Service is average with staff taking too long even when place is not crowded- Pricing is standard and acceptable- All drinks on menu often unavailable
Summer house Cafe is an Italian restaurant situated in hauz Khaas village, South Delhi and canaought place near regal cinemas inner circle And the place is amazing and unique as the name suggest. Summer house cafe has an enormous menu And a lot of dishes to try from Although the dishes are not priced reasonable But the taste is beyond comparison with anything. Things I tried at summer house cafe are :Tiramisu - This dish is here to stay in the mouth the presentation and the taste is beyond comparison with anything. Smoked pizza - Baked very well very thin crust And an amazing taste lots of veggies as well with a smoky taste. Binofie pie - Another dish from Italy and the best different layers makes the dish more unique and tasty. Zesty fishi finger - Very well fried with a good crisp and taste as well definitely order it and the dip was amazing as well. Mojito - very refreshing and blends with everything. Summer house cafe has amazing foodie vibes. And you also can enjoy hukka there with amazing ambience and location.
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Organising live gigs and event creates a pull about the cafes that makes them a huge crowd magnet. One such address â€œSummer house cafÃ©â€ is located on aurobindo marg, hauz khas. The place is trendy and happening all week long especially due to the live gigs and special nights hosted by the cafÃ©. The management has made a success out of the cafÃ© by tying up with artists and musicians. Live band performances are arranged each week but the main crowd pleaser is stand-up comedy nights. The two floor cafÃ© is jam packed then so be warned and book previously. Interiors are laid back and inviting enough to make you stay as long as you desire. The seats are designed for large groups to hang around listening to raw yet talented musicians. Besides the musical nights they organize dance nights too for adventurous and fun-loving people.
Their huge menu is American, tex mex, Italian and indian. The emphasis is on the huge part. The menu is extra-long. Soups and salads are for granted. The list starts with superb finger food selection. Nachos, onion rings, paneer tikka, fish fingers, bacon crisps all in bite size, easy to handle. For larger cluster munchies plate is offered to pass around. Mediterranean mezze platters are a fine addition too. Chefâ€™s special platter is best of both worlds so itâ€™s an easy choice to make. For main course thai curry, soya pav, lamb chops, chicken breast, tenderloin and my personal recommendation fish & chips. Dudes generally lean towards BBQ grill segment. Pastas and pizzas are freshly rolled out and tossed with best of ingredients. Guys donâ€™t be disheartened. There are burgers and sandwiches for you. Classic American wrap and traditional hotdog can be good munchers on comedy nights.
Bar menu will take your breath away. First you will swing towards mint julep and then shots and then mai tai and then chardonnay. Single malt fans will say hallelujah. If your girlfriends have bullied you into salsa night then tequila shots will come in handy. Dutch courage you know! For your sweet cravings kahlua kiss brownies sounds intriguing but ultimate banoffee pie has my heart. The place is affordable and customers are very happy. So go guys. Book a spot at summer house cafÃ© tonight. Who knows you might bump into chris martin again?