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Spread across 3 floors this club gives a surreal illusion of a cruise. With multiple seating options like the bar counters, a separate dining space to a rooftop deck they have it all. The staff is courteous and dressed according to the theme as cruise staff. This place is most talked about for their flavourful food, especially the mutton dishes. Dum Pukht’s Galouti Kebab are soft and tender and is served with Ulte Tawa Ka Parantha on a glass of beer shot that enhances the flavour. Another delectable and well-spiced mutton dish is Mutton Takatak. Vegetarians can opt for Cheese Sticks that are accompanied with different types of dips. From the main course, Chicken Changezi and Murg Biryani will please your taste buds. It is a place where you can party till your last breath and treat your appetite with good food too!
Nautical themed bar. The ambience is extremely strange and the beer on tap are terrible. Most of them taste like soap.
Serves fresh beer other than regular stuff.. open terrace for smokers is a bit noisey... wheat beer is good and recommended
4 of us went on Saturday evening. Excellent craft beer and very tasty finger food. Sat outside in Al fresco seating and had a most enjoyable evening
The name is quite appealing and catchy and hence, i decided to give it a try. We started with chilly garlic mushroom. I totally loved it. It was so crispy and totally luscious. Never had such mushrooms. The mushrooms were soft and could be easily chewed. Next we ordered is Takamaka chicken takatak. It was in a semi gravy state with extremely soft, tender, chicken balls. It was quite a fulfilling dish and i had it with pita bread. It is though called as a starter but you can have it garlic naan to enjoy the meal. We jumped onto main course and ordered Dal Makhni along with breads. Dal makhani was just too droolworthy. Loved it totally. It was not so creamy and heavy yet it was fulfilling. Totally recommended.
Bad food.. cold beer( not chilled) beer... and untrained waiters had to be reminded for each and every thing... no cutlery...etc..
Tippling is Delhiets favourite pastime. After a long day at work or a grueling shopping stint, people of Delhi head towards the nearest bar and unwind over a series of delicious drinks in the company of their colleagues or friends. Several peppy clubs and bars have popped up on the map, promising the punters a good time to come. Clink and munch your time away amongst any funky bar of your choice in Delhi but we recommend ‘Takamaka’. Takamaka is a hip spacious club, located at the heart of trendy Golf Course Road in Gurgaon. For specific whereabouts, climb up to the first floor of The Palm Springs Plaza and enter this sprawling hangout of fun-seekers and happy tipplers. The hip popular locality has much to do with its success. Takamaka could be the spot for your next Saturday night binge session.
Takamaka believes in going all out for the pleasure of its diners. Their menu is an elaborate affair of 16 pages, focuses on various cuisines at the same time. A gourmet can have a gala time wading through a selection of North Indian, Continental, Italian and Chinese dishes. Takamaka runs a microbrewery too, so for beer lovers this place is heaven. Pair your meal with Takamaka’s range of craft beers. Other kinds of booze features on the menu too. Enjoy your first course of, Mexican quesadillas, chilly garlic mushroom, raunaq-e-seekh, classic bruschetta, hakka fish dry, kafir lime paneer shashlik and kakori kebab. Follow that with some of chef’s specials. He whips up, Takamaka pizza naanza, 12 hour lamb shoulder, assorted Chinese greens with steamed rice, loaded crunchy delight, gosht dum pukht masala, risotto con funghi and herb crusted river sole.
End your evening at Takamaka with a sweet touch. Let the chef woo you with offering of, tiramisu, cheese cake, Takamaka special and chocolate puri with paan (!). Call ahead and ask about their live music nights. It’s much more pleasing to visit then. The bar is spread across three floors (phew!), offering a multiple seating options to the diners. Try their rooftop deck or pick a cozy corner indoors. Takamaka is themed after a cruise ship and they leave no stone unturned to give you the feeling of being on a ship. Servers are dressed as cruise staff. Interiors are well designed and seem informal, trendy and attractive at the same time. This place is not too expensive.