Come Alive Taste Buds

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New places are forever making the dining and party scene livelier in and around the Capital. Here are some that promise a good time with friends and family


A food space that caught everybody’s fancy with its dramatic menu a couple of years ago, garnered an excited response from Delhi food lovers when it opened its second outlet in the heart of the city. With a menu that reinstates a foodie’s faith in Molecular Gastronomy, Zorawar Kalra’s Farzi is a treat to the senses. Classy interiors and quirky vibes, the place offers all the drama that the name suggests it be.Their Delhi Belly, tikka style pork belly served with roasted russet apple slices, is by far the best in town. Drinks match the food on the menu. It’s a sensory treat. You’d be hooked.


It only gets grander at Tamasha. A posh location with great outdoor setting and an equally beautiful interior space to match, restauranteurs Priyank Sukhija, Jaideep Anand and Gundeep Anand have made sure their brand new offering impresses you with the sheer scale — the restaurant is spread over a good 18,000 square feet. The menu is inspired from world cuisine with twist of molecular gastronomy and is meant to cater to all age groups and palates. In a lot many dishes, the accent is heavily Indian and is meant to cater to an audience that craves for the familiar. The buzz about the place is young and vibrant. Go check out.



With famous DJs like Afrojack, Tiesto, Nikhil Chinappa and Aqeel having already made the party lovers dance to their tunes here, Showshaa is proving to be a hit among all. The place’s sheer size, coupled with state-of-the-art graphics, makes it the go-to place to tap your feet. On special nights like New Year’s, Valentine’s and more (one can check with the manager about the same) the audience is also treated to aerial dance performaces, snow shower and a bigger dance floor which can easily accommodate 1,000 people. The choice of cuisine from around the world only adds to this ultimate party place in NCR.



Surprises come from the least expected quarters. Since drama be the theme of our selections this month, new menu at Flluid ensures the residents of NCR are not left out in any way. The menu at this busy resto-bar is a fine fusion of Indian with global cuisine, presented in a quirky fashion. We absolutely loved their Chicken khurchan tart, Naan pizza and Amritsari masala baked fish. Kudos to the chef for ensuring the flavours are not lost in presentation.

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