Connnaught Place (CP) is mushrooming with exciting & new cafes being opened every other week. One such exciting place to chill & hang out with friends & family in CP is Cafe Public Connection. This place is jointly owned by Umang Tewari & Neeraj Kumar and was launched on 28th October, 2015. The menu is multi-cuisine offering mainly Lebanese, Continental, Indian & Italian. Cafe Public Connection derives its inspiration from the networking sources that connect people. What stands out here are the different private rooms with themes like Hollywood, Sports, Industrial, Retro & Political.
Ever thought of having a hearty wholesome meal in a comfortable set up of a Stock Exchange Bar? This is what the newly opened Cafe Dalal Street (CDS) in Connaught Place offers. It is the brainchild of 2 young entrepreneurs Himanshu Gupta & Vidit Gupta who studied in UK together and wanted to get bar bites concept in India here which is famous in UK.
Everything is in small portions as Vidit wants that the customer orders more & more variety. There was a drink named Tequilla Roses in the menu made with rose water, milk, sugar & tequilla. It is found nowhere but here. Another very popular drink is the Eliminator (achiever’s drink in UK) which is available here.
All movie buffs, we have some great news for you! Today, we are all set to tell you about a new café. No, we are not talking about just another café but a ‘filmy café’. Yes, that’s what it’s called that too in the heart of Delhi – Connaught Place! Delhi-ites are known to be movie buffs….hollywood or Bollywood, you will always find movie halls full on every weekend.
Hey folks now its time to review the all new “SuperMenu” launched by Cafe Coffee Day. As we know Cafe Coffee Day is India’s largest café chain in terms of number of café outlets. It’s been 19 years that they are into this business and time to time they carry out researches in their own Innovation Studio to meet the taste buds of the ever demanding consumer.
The super flavoursome fun begins with two slurp-y soup variants served with a side portion of garlic bread – the hot and creamy ‘Mushroom Marvel Soup’ packed with the awesomeness of milled black pepper and dairy foam. Another super soup in the menu is the ‘Tangy Tomatina’, a fusion of juicy tomatoes and sweet bell pepper giving it a mouthwatering twist. The soup is served in tall glasses. It was mouthwatering and a new innovation in coffee industry
The Christmas celebrations began at The Imperial New Delhi which was decorated like a colourful Christmas wonderland over an afternoon tea with live counters and a master cook on a wintery afternoon. The indulgent buffet was adorned with perfectly crafted white Christmas trees and starry decor which spelled understated luxury. The grand feast included Christmas Stollen, Traditional Plum cake, Ratatouille Tartlets, Leek and Chicken pie, Macaroons amongst other delicious makes.
The word Shangri-La defines an imaginary paradise on earth where life approaches perfection. The aura created at Shangri-La’s Eros Hotel, New Delhi was totally mesmerizing and jewelled with Christmas spirit. Shangri-La’s Eros Hotel hosted its Annual Christmas Tree Lightning Ceremony at the hotel lobby.
Today, I’ll be reviewing Garam Dharam, an exciting & breathtaking venture of Mickey Mehta & Umang Tiwari inspired by veteran actor Dharmendra which I am sure you all must be aware of.
The ambience is quirky & the decor be it the Veeru bikes or truck or Horn OK slogan, the Dream girl banner, his pictures, his era, his movies, his stardom all have been combined together to make this Dhaba Te Theka called Garam Dharam. We could even hear Dharmendra’s songs which added a touch of romance (yes, the Dharmendra classics).
The first things that come to your mind on entering Ambrosia Bliss are: beautiful, spacious & lavish. Ambrosia Bliss stands tall with 15000 sq. ft of space in the heart of Delhi, Connaught Place (CP). The place is divided into 3 areas: fine dining, lounge & private dining area.
Shining more in the Taj Mahal like structure, Ambrosia Bliss also has a bar section done in classic white, a dreamer’s paradise with music upbeat & decorated very stylishly. They have an area with newspapers, novels & magazines for people who love to catch up on life. You will feel really happy from inside to be there because it is beautifully done with the ceiling reflecting & scattering light everywhere.
What if you open a tijori and what you find is not jewels or money but tons of people enjoying with great food & drinks. Surprised? That’s what Vault Cafe has in store for you. As we reached the tijori door, we were warmly welcomed and greeted by Mr. Yogesh Tiwari, the manager of the restaurant who also gave us his prestigious time and told us in depth about the restaurant. He mentioned that this restaurant is for true Delhi-ites who come from different backgrounds. There are people who would want drinks at a low cost and there are people who don’t care about prices, so to solve this they have set prices across different categories. They have a beer costing Rs. 90/- and another costing Rs. 840/-. During the day, they generally see youngsters below the age of 25 and after 7 PM, they see people above 30. The crowd isn’t only the corporate ones but guests throng from faraway areas like Noida and Faridabad.
This little café called Cafe Immigrant is located amongst the most busiest places in New Delhi, Connaught place. This cafe is basically made around the concept of diversity, which is in abundance here in the Indian capital and showcases many dishes from various Indian states like Maharashtra, Punjab and Kerala and other countries like Italy, Lebanon & Thailand. This restaurant celebrates the fact that Delhi has always been influenced by migrants from all over the world and our own country. I could totally see that in their menu- butter chicken with pizza, risotto and khichdi, once I got my hands onto the menu I did know that tonight was going to be one parade of some fascinating food. I was greeted by the manager Mr. Sushil & the Assistant manager Mr. Ajay. Moving onto what I ordered off their menu, the manager of the restaurant Mr. Sushil was really devoted and helpful to me with helping me order the food and suggesting whatever he thought was a must try.