Dineout India once again brings an amazing offer for us foodies. We all love to go out with our friends during the weekends and splurge on food and drinks, and if an offer as amazing like this comes across, it’s a double treat. Diners will get access to curated exotic and unique cocktails at an unbelievable price of INR 200 per drink. Sounds too good to be true right?
Here are some of the restaurants where you can spend your weekends at during the festival:
En-The Japanese Restaurant
En boasts of some delectable food and a view to watch out for. Their interiors transport you to Japan and it’s rich heritage and culture. Sushi is a popular choice here amongst the diners apart from the Miso Soup. They also have an ongoing Sushi Festival which is perfect to pair your drinks with using the Dineout App.
2. Chatter House
If you’re a Khan Market regular, Chatter House must have caught your attention. Located in the middle lane, the eatery boasts of north India, Italian and American cuisine. Being an Irish themed pub, it has a casual ambiance where you can hangout with your friends over a meal and a few drinks. Don’t forget to try out their Dahi Kebab and Galouti Kebab.
Circus, located at South Extension tries to bring the same joy that a Circus used to when people attended it. From the decor to the uniform’s of the servers-everything is on point. Pair your drinks with their Butter Chicken Pizza or Mutton Ghee Roast with Malabar Parantha.
4. Smokey’s BBQ & Grill
Known for it’s ambiance and decor, Smokey’s has been one of the popular places to eat in Khan Market since a long time. Burgers, Steaks, Pizzas- you name a dish and they have it on their menu. Time to pair it with some amazing cocktails, don’t you think so?
Shangri-La’s Eros Hotel does it again and brings us yet another experience of dining in luxury with an element of fun attached to it. We have heard how popular dabbawala’s are in Mumbai and how perfect their planning is. Tamra, present in Shangri-La has successfully brought us those desi dabbas with a variety of menu ranging from our local flavours to international ones.
Once you’re inside the restaurant, you’ll notice a dabbawalla roaming around the restaurant with a cycle and ringing a bell carrying the menu card. There are different options to choose from- there’s Thailand ka Dabba, Desi Chinese, Desi Dabba, Mera Gaon Mera Dish, Phonier Dabba, Shush Shakahari and South ka dabba. The dabbas include 3 dishes which are in perfect portion for one person and the food is served in coloured aluminium tiffin boxes which makes them even more appetising.
Desi Chineez Dabba
Desi Chineez is every Indian’s favorite. It had all the flavours that one would find in a roadside stall serving local Chinese that has a bit of indian flavours and more of soya sauce and vinegar present in it. The Desi Chinese Dabba included Chilly Chicken, Vegetable Manchurian and Fried Rice. Loved the combination and since I love Pan Asian food, this one was my favourite from the first bite.
If you love home cooked Indian food, then this dabba is the one you should pick. The Desi Dabba includes Bhuna Boti Masala, Lehsun Dal and Mint and Tamatar pulao. One dabba gives you a nice wholesome meal and of course the home cooked taste.
The dabbas are served with drinks and i decided to try Masala Cola and Thanda Banta. The drinks were amazing and went really well with the food especially on a hot summer day.
The dabba menu is priced at INR 1100/- plus taxes, and includes a drink in it. The concept truly deserves an applaud!