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All reviews rice chai paneer fries salad raspberry soda great parsi food hearing impaired parsi restaurants bombay street food olden days caramelized onions would love to visit again food quality is kejriwal pao ambience
We loved this place. They served Parsi food, and it was delicious. We liked it so much we had dinner that night and then returned the next day for breakfast. They also employed hearing impaired which I thought was great.
A different setup, replicating feel of parsi restaurants of Mumbai..Menu is simple to understand, be clear what you are ordering. Some items are super hit. Good service, reserve prior as can be with good waiting time.
we were disappointed that we weren't allowed to use the outdoor rooftop space however the food was a pleasant change from the usual fare and by and large, we all enjoyed it. i would recommend maybe choosing a salad to balance what is alot of...More
Serves Parsi/Irani food and some Bombay Street food.
Ordered: Raspberry soda drink which was so refreshing and relaxing. Made from real fruits! Sekanji Bin drink was made from dry plums and mint - perfect for summers!
For the food, we opted from the Nizami Daawat...More
Very attractive and a beautiful mixture of contemporary restaurant cum bar and old fashioned chai wala... The decor will pull you back in forties and the services in present modern era. I appreciated other thing that they employed speech and hearing impaired personals for the...More
Loved the presentation of food, along with the taste. The whole experience was nostalgic.. the food quality is certainly above the rest of newbies..the variety in food is ample along with good cocktails.
We visited the one in DLF cyber hub. This is such a fun place. Good old music, tea served like the olden days, takes you back to those scenes of old Bollywood movies. The food is great, the ambience even greater. We enjoyed thoroughly. Would...More
The large, well-established expat, diplomat community in the Capital and the who’s who of the upmarket Delhi society are spread across a plethora of beautiful neighbourhoods, however Khan Market is their most favourite place to shop and chill. A popular U-shaped shopping destination, this chirpy neighbourhood is
a storehouse of the city’s most prestigious book shops, opticians, grocers, tailors, home décor stores, peppered with a range of cafes, restaurants, bakeries and street- food corners including Big Chill and Khan Chacha. Not too far away from this busy market is Lodhi Garden – one of Delhi’s most beautiful heritage parks, which is a favourite picnic spot of the locals.