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Restaurants & Food

Sartoria: By Manika Oberoi:-

 

I must confess that with the kind of negative publicity this place gets I had never ever tried to visit this place, although this place is perched comfortably in the heart of Basant Lok Market. This weekend I went there with couple of my friends. The experience though wasn't bad but when you go out you look for good times. Sartoria claims to serve Italian delicacies. I tried the pasta dish and my friend tried a veg. pizza. My other friend tried chicken soup and but she didn't like the taste. Although the portions were served in good quantity but when you do not like the taste it doesn't serve any purpose. The ambience is good and warm as it depicts pictures from Italy, a country which I really love after India. The service is not upto the mark. In short this place is not worth its money.

 

TAO: By Parul Mehta:-

 

TAO Restaurant is located in the heart of New Delhi - Connaught Place. It specializes in Japanese, Chinese and Thai cuisine. The restaurant is divided into two floors...

the ground floor for fine dining restaurant while the first floor has the lounge and bar area with low sofas and soft lights.....

TAO offers a good blend of elegant surroundings, exquisite cuisine, pleasing decor and satisfying service. The food is as delicious as it is in any good restaurant but if you like Japanese cuisine then Sushi is the best choice here. They also arrange for candle light dinners. So if you are willing to spend a romantic eve with your partner then ask them to make the arrangements and they are more than happy to do so. Happy hours adds more value to this restaurant. It is a popular place among executives and even foreign tourists. Meal for two at TAO is around Rs.1000 which is cheap considering its location.

 

Setz:By Abhishek Singh:-

 

My experience with Setz ended on a disappointing note. It is situated at DLF emporio near Vasant Kunj. If you are a foodie this place is certainly not for you. They have got some thakela chefs from China to cook fried rice and noodles. The quantity served is so inadequate that you are through with your dimsums before your partner blinks her eyes. This turned out to be an expensive extravaganza for me. Pizza tasted nice but when you pay 2000 plus for a pizza you expect some quantity. If you planning to visit this place just for yaara da tashan then all the best. For foodies it is a no go zone. I paid nearly 4000 bucks for this entire experience. It is a hefty amount for a some one who just wanted to dine out.

 

CHILLI SEASONSS: By Rushali Malhotra:-

 

If you are a foodie you really gotta go to Chilli Seasonss at to EAT! This reastaurant, located at Defence Colony in South Delhi, has the best pan-Asian fare on offer in the City at a price that will not burn a hole in your pocket

Right, so if you are a lover of the Thai curry, as yours truly, then CS is the place to feast. No one, and i mean no one, makes Thai curry better than these folks - my fav is the thai green curry! Go ahead and feast on anything that their menu has to offer - you won't be disappointed - i love their satays too! Btw, they score on the one menu item that most South East Asian restaurants don't - Dessert. Try their 'Death by Chocolate', it really is to die for!!!!

WENGERS: By Ankur Upadhyay:-

 

Wenger's Pastry Shop also offers an elaborate festive menu with many variations of the plum cake, rum cake and holiday candies. If you want to win the heart of your honey on Valentine's Day gift her, a delicate designed heart shaped black forest cake or beautifully crafted candy bars is a good choice; and she wont even mind the extra calories.

This place is a must visit for anyone who has a sweet tooth and even if you don't have one, once you tuck into a warm blueberry pie or a Belgian Dark Chocolate Truffle, you are bound to get it soon enough.

Wenger's is a delight for anyone and everyone who love the small joys that come from nibbling onto pastries and the messy patties which leaves little tid-bits all around your face, telling tales of how much you enjoyed the crispy wonder filled with aloo, paneer or chicken bits.