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Whenever some lovely trendy space opens up in Delhi, the foodie in us awaits in anticipation as if standing on the brink of something new and exciting. Best way to welcome any fresh talent on fine dining scene is to go and check it out with an open mind. The latest contender for our affections has been this new kid on the block called ‘The Hungry Monkey’. The name alone was enough to hook our interest and the rest was done when we stepped inside. The Hungry Monkey is a casual hip bar recently opened up in DDA Market, opposite deer park in Safdarjung Enclave. As you drive down to this green pocket of lush wild landscape, you already start to unwind. Be it a cozy brunch with girlfriends or a late night booze session with colleagues, The Hungry Monkey is ideal for all.
An excellent pair of menus, which you can explore at your leisure, will heighten your first brush with The Hungry Monkey. The chef, who leaves no stone unturned to make every visit to Hungry Monkey a memorable one, targets duo of European and Italian cuisines. He further accentuates your pleasure by presenting a fun bar menu, which every tippler must explore. Besides the usual suspects the innovation seeps through the yummy house concoctions such as, fog light, barrel aged old fashioned, dusk till dawn and pepperdine. Pair it with munchies like, chimichurri chicken skewer, flash tossed tiger prawns & calamari, Japanese cold spinach salad, The Hungry Monkey bruschetta and saffron chicken & cheese sausages. Spicy Goan sausage sliders, fettucine aglio olio, mushroom flatbread pizza, The Jack Daniels tenderloin steak and The Hungry Monkey prawn curry, will do wonderfully as mains.
Coddle your sweet tooth with a plethora of drool-worthy desserts. Indulge in, The Hungry Monkey chocolate fondue, carrot & creamcheese cake, soft centered chocolate chili pudding and The Hungry Monkey hot chocolate fudge. The Hungry Monkey sprawls across multiple floors, including a lovely terrace section on the fourth level. There is something very charming about The Hungry Monkey interiors. You instantly feel at ease in this cozy exposed brick room that is flanked by huge plate glass windows on one side. Sturdy wooden farm tables enlivened by modern wire lamps adds that creative touch the space needs. For mood dining, sit in their plants-infringed terrace area. It’s expensive but worth it.