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Spread across three floors, Tourist has a travel-themed décor with a lot of effort put in the detailing. There is a library section on one of the floors with travel books, thrillers, autobiographies and journals curated from all over the world. The distraction for readers caused by the music can be pardoned considering the effort that has been put. An entire wall is made using suitcases, which is designed to look like a huge stack of luggage. Another section has bunk beds where diners can climb up and relax. The 'Kosha Mangsho' is almost as nice as the one you get in a traditional Bengali household. The place gets crowded on weekends; to avoid waiting, prior reservation is recommended.
Went to tourist to impress my friend who was visiting from mumbai to show it how beautiful night scene of Delhi is as presumed by many.The moment we set out foot in the place we were greeted with very vibrant enery,it was something you can feel it in the air.Live band was performing singing sufi songs which was cherry on ice.We did not ate much except trying there drinks.Loved the place for its energy and athmosphere. Best part no tipping culture.
This place is perfect to hang out alone or even with friends. The interiors are mesmerizing. The bar area has bar high stools and cabana rustic seating. Railway boogie style seating are simply marvelous. We enjoyed the reasonable priced beer with afghani murg fish tikka nd mutton seekh kabab. The appetizers chicken steak amazing.
Four of us went in with a coupon last weekend, and we had the worst experience ever. The fancy pictures online don't match the actual sorry conditions of the place and the staff is not equipped to serve at all. First, their lift wasn't working, so we walked up some six flights of stairs and reached the top to find out their air conditioning was messed up as well. So after spending 20 minutes looking for a decent table, we were already pissed off and then there wasn't a server in sight for the longest time. We walked out of there before placing an order, in a horrible mood, and thoroughly dissatisfied with this experience. Don't waste your time and money, the place isn't half as classy as you'd think.
We had seen great reviews of Tourist Janpath online and decided to go there for our anniversary. Needless to say, they didn't live up to the hype. We were there on a weekday. The place was mostly empty and they had closed off the lower section since there weren't that many people. The seating along the wall looked interesting but they told us it was reserved and we were seated on another table in the middle instead. The ambience is decent enough. They had live music the day we were there. We ordered a couple of drinks and starters. A little while later, we were served just the drinks. Apparently, the staff had forgotten to take our order of starters altogether, that too when the place was mostly empty. We had to ask them again to get us the starters. The music, too, was not that great. And was pretty loud. We could hardly talk to each other over the music. We decided to proceed for dinner elsewhere after finishing the drinks and starters.
Great idea for this place poorly executed. They only had a small part of the bar open which was filled with smoke from hookahs, so if didn’t feel like eating. Big let down.
If you claim to know Delhi very well and brag about partying in almost every pub or bar there is then hold your horses for you haven’t tried one place, which we promise will mesmerize you. Although the name is surprisingly not-so-creative, we still find the place to be a delightful find. ‘Tourist’ lies in the wonderfully hot location at Scindia House on Janpath Road, Connaught Place and is surrounded by the best of nightspots in the city. If you are serious about partying then you can’t do better than Tourist. After the nightmare of the traffic, hand over your keys to the valet and step into the mood immediately to party. Just take a lift right to the top floor to reach Tourist and find a table indoors or in their charming outdoor area.
Any great bar in the city needs to have both good booze selection and food menu to entice its patrons. Tourist satisfies on both levels by keeping a lavish spread of booze menu beginning with a section dedicated to signature house concoctions like, Desi Piakkad Log, Mexican Lawa, LPG, Midnight Masala and Dr. Schweppes On Holiday. Match them with few nibbles such as, chandni chaat chatkara, Shimla bajji bomb, rawa macchi fry, aminabad ki galouti, gondhoraj prawn, aranccini, Dijon calamari rings, chilled rice paper summer rolls, corn & chilli fritters and pot stickers. Fill yourself further on, Burmese khao soi, Cantonese wonton stew, reuben sandwich, quesadilla con queso, Gilmore’s grilled salmon, coq au vin, gambas al ajilo, flame grilled croissant, pizza al taglio, sana thongpa, nihari keema, Mangalorean prawn ghassi and crepes a la francaise.
The variety is immense in first and second course and carries on the same generosity in final sweet course as well. Give into, rashabali, chocolate paan shots, death by eclairs, panna cotta, darsaan, tab tim grob, Boston cream waffles and Phoenix cheesecake. The name may be a bit ordinary but there is nothing boring or dull about the interiors of Tourist. As we mentioned before the bar is split onto two floors including a rooftop section. Interiors are casual but stylishly designed with tasteful pieces. There is plenty of seating styles to choose from. To reflect the wanderlust theme they have painted scenic views from all across the world. Tourist is one of those bars where indoors are just as attractive as the outdoors. Tourist is a bit expensive but worth it.