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If you think all junk is to be thrown then come and have a look at The Junkyard Café where junk is all they needed to create this place. From some eye-catchy wall posters to a gigantic logo, it is all junk that that has got beautified here. The lounge area makes space for social events and private dining experience. Buzzing with people, after office hours, the tempo of the place is pretty energetic. An all-time favourite, their signature 'Chicken Tikka' cooked in clay tandoor sees juicy succulent pieces of chicken makes for a great starter. Order your very own Edison Bulb Yard Cocktails either 'Lavender' or the 'Elderflower' flavour to go with it. The vegetarian can go for 'Dahi Ke Kebab' along with the 'Barbeque spicy Onion Rings'; rightly crispy crust tossed with barbeque sauce. Add some drama with the Graveyard cocktails. These are actually served in a skeleton shaped holders. For a big group, a 'Mix Grilled Chicken Platter' serves great. Hungry for more, than chefs special 'Pan Seared Fish' with fresh basil cream served with seasonal veggies with happens to be. If you think you had enough alcohol then hit the mocktail section with fresh fruits by ordering 'Citrus Mart' - a summer concoction of Orange Lime and Pomegranate with a dash of ginger. This place is all about upcycle and recycling junk.
The fashion of de-glamourizing the space with unique out-of-the-box ideas have seem to caught on the trend in every major pub in the city. More and more pubs are investing into casual rustic decors to bring in the style into the drinking spaces, using bundles of ropes, unvarnished walls, murals, junk, mismatched chairs and old fashioned nicks-knacks to design the space. And the one name that gave birth to this trend is a very popular chain of pubs called ‘The Junkyard Café’. The name Junkyard Café defines itself and gives you an idea of what the place is all about. Created out of old fashioned junk and put together in a clever polished manner, the pub is the backhanded way of glamourizing the space with de-glamourizing items. The most funky outlet of Junkyard Café is nestled at Salcon Ras Vilas Mall, Saket, Delhi.
Like any great drinking place The Junkyard Café holds a spectacular bar menu, brimming with an array of fabulously innovative cocktails and a hard liquor selection to match. Counted amongst the top budget-friendly bars in Delhi, The Junkyard Café justifies its title with an awesome selection of moderately priced drinks. Accompany them with few eclectic appetizers like, banshu aur singare ki tikki, tandoori prawns with wasabi mayo, Bhatti ka murg tikka, stuffed paneer pakora, chicken shish taouk, smoked cheese balls, tomato & basil bruschetta, chello kebab, broccoli & cottage cheese satay, Asian lamb skewer, Thai spring roll and crispy prawns in XO sauce. Fill yourself further with main course of, lal maas, pork belly, grilled fish with lemon butter sauce, mapo tofu, Thai green curry, sushi, pizza, pasta and burgers.
The variety is mind-boggling throughout the menu. Third course consists of sweet dishes such as, chocolate dim sum, crazy carrot cheesecake, homemade rabri with spiced jaggery, baida roti with rose petal ice cream, Nutella cheesecake and white chocolate raspberry truffle. Interiors of The Junkyard Café are made dark and cosy with tones of woody brown and plush couches dotted all over the place. The space is generously vast forming into various nooks for you to relax in. But what gives the pub its name is the odd pieces of junk used to decorate the space like, old cycle tyres, drums, graters and truck bonnet. A fantastic mural of Michael Jackson on one wall becomes the focus of attention immediately.