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A gastro-pub, ‘Teddy Boy’ has an old world charm with exposed red brick walls set off by warm wooden flooring and plush leather couches. The British vibe is accentuated by using vintage British posters, animal head mounts, British flags, drums and strings of Edison bulbs. The menu is an interesting mix of Indian and Continental with some delightful finger food to go with the drinks. 'Classic Cheese Nachos', 'Beetroot Tikki', 'Pav Bhaji Fondu' are a great way to start the meal for vegetarians. 'Cantonese Lemon Chicken', 'Thai Thilli Basil Fish', 'Chicken Shawarma' and 'Teddy Boy Chicken On Fire' are signature non-veg starters. In the mains, the choice is huge with star items like 'The Classic Butter Chicken', 'Kerala Fried Chicken Curry', 'Burmese Chicken Curry', 'Mutton Rogan Josh'. Chef recommends 'Lamb Vindaloo' and 'Chicken Chettinad'. Vegetarians have immense options in Pan Asian and Indian food alike. I loved ‘Pot of Penang Vegetable Curry’ – classy Penang peanut infused vegetable curry with sticky rice. There is a decent choice of Biryanis as well, each style robust with fresh flavours. The option of ordering Indian and Chinese Bento Box is a great idea as it makes for a complete meal. ‘Teddy Boy Special Bento Box’ offers continental dishes with House salad. The Bunta Bar over here is the happening spot with house special cocktails and mocktails served in bunta bottles. 'Masala Cola', 'Chennai Tang', 'Bubbly Paan' are some of the drinks worth trying. Whether you wish to hang out with friends over drinks or have a hearty meal, Teddy Boy does not disappoint, either with its food or service.
The place has amazing decor and seating arrangement. Very British! Like the large ceiling height and seating. Music could have been little less loud and food was very average. Beers served in between were not as cold as they should have been! But most disappointing was the food. Very very average and that too for such high prices!
Well wht more you cN get in Delhi when you are with friends and can have good food and great drinks along with your Ukraine based friend it's amazing.
It was very nice... The experience was pretty good tbh... Our food, the ambiance, music everything was really nice... Jus the servicing was a bummer other than that it was superb... Had an amazing amazing time...
I love cricket and they have a projected a screen onto the wall which offers big screen than a normal TV.
I visited this restaurant with my wife its a great place for hangout ambience was good service was good food was good and the best part they don’t allow stag entries after 8 on weekends but do remember that on Saturday and Sunday they will charge you cover charges of 2000/- per person which you can adjust against your order which is not bad overall great place to visit.
As far as gastro-pubs goes, we foodies in Delhi have covered a lot of distance over the years by welcoming funky youthful nooks to staid classy spots with equal zeal. Our enthusiasm for something new hasn’t faded however and we still look forward to any new nightspot with same eagerness and fervour. If you have a taste for something eclectic then for a wider spectrum try visiting Connaught Place in Delhi, as this heart of the city is more alive and exhilarating than any other locality. Part of this trendy historic lanes is an excellent gastro-pub ‘Teddy Boy’ presiding on the first floor of Outer Circle, luring the punters with its exciting happening vibe. Its fabulous conceptual décor is part of its popularity and charm, making for an ideal place to spend a thrilling evening with friends.
Teddy Boy elevates its charms through its marvellous menu that tackles not only North Indian cuisine but Continental cuisine as well. Its bar menu is accompanied by a variety of delicious finger foods to add that salty kick to their buzzy cocktails. From their funky banta bar get yourself some heady drinks served in actual banta bottles like, Kashmir, Bubbly Paan, Indian Tom Collins, Bubble Gum and Orange Mojito. Pair them with some finger-licking starters, black satin chicken, Teddy’s fiery prawns, paneer 65 quesadilla, Cantonese lemon chicken, Bessie belle bhat arancini, desi eggs benedict, soya chaap baguettes, beetroot tikki, gilafi seekh kebab and chipotle fish bites. Take advantage of their bento boxes to categorize your meal or go a la carte with, crusted saffron soya chaap, grilled chicken steaks, mushroom pizza, spiced braised mutton rogan josh, orange tangy corn crepes and Burmese chicken curry.
When it comes to the sweet course take advantage of chocolate mousse, classic tiramisu slice, black cherry semi freddo and iced rainbow swiss roll with candy floss ice cream. Designed on the lines of a funky British pub, Teddy Boy has a distinct old fashioned vibe that only accentuates by their striking décor. Interiors of Teddy Boy are quite masculine with unvarnished exposed red brick walls set off by warm wooden flooring and plush leather couches. To bring in the British vibe they have used vintage British posters, animal head mounts, British flags, drums and strings of Edison bulbs. Teddy Boy is a welcome change from the over pricey, loud and conspicuous places in the neighbourhood.