I am giving a high rating purely based on my bias that comes from nostalgia and good memories I have had at this place. I have perhaps visited the place over a 100 times now and spent a collective amount equivalent to Bangladesh's 2013 GDP.
Yes, the place is now a bit dated and could use a bit of touch up/refurbishing.
Honestly, if you are one of those crazy ones that the neighbors despise and the parents worry about, if rock music is something you grew up with - You will fit right in. The happy hours are great, the music is incredible and the tempo continues to gradually pump up as the evening progresses.
Food has consistently been a bit disappointing here and the seating space also runs out pretty quickly in the evening on the weekends.
DJ Sid, whom I have been experiencing since his early days at Glassy ( now McDonalds) knows exactly when to push the pedal to the metal and I have never enjoyed my drink as much as I do at Morrison. A bottle of beer would never let you enjoy so much, if not for the great music here.
If you go here often, you will see the same people hanging out - THAT speaks for a place, to have it's own battery of loyalists who refuse to hang out anywhere else
Absolutely safe and enjoyable for women as well and they do know how to shake the cocktails right. ( unless she is a newly married chooda wearing Harbans Kaur who keeps whining about Ye rock shock kya bakwas hai, so noiszzy yaaa).
Come early, get a table, let your head down and let the DJ here take you on a true rock and roll journey. A must visit place in Delhi.
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