Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Snacking At The Drunk House...

Rajouri Garden has gradually become a hub of multiple names in the F&B space, primarily casual dining spaces that cater to youth and are a hit as nightlife places. I had heard compliments about one such youth-oriented place that is The Drunk House and decided to pay them a visit, going as per hearsay.


The outlet is located on the second floor, next to Global Food Factory and is a moderately lit place with comfortable seating. Somehow, a mustache finds its way into their branding and you can spot the same on their chairs, and even over the walls at some places.



The place has a rustic feel going for it with a half-plastered wall, bright bulb filaments, and chic nets. The menu at The Drunk House is designed with quite a good amount of variety going into its inception, be it the beverages or food.


Service at The Drunk House is informed and attentive, while the food is delicious. Here's what would be my must-try items when at The Drunk House.

Soups:

Double Mushroom was essentially TDH's take on the classic Cream of Mushroom Soup that was served with a portion of crisp garlic bread.



Sweet Corn Chicken had sizeable chicken chunks and the inherent sweetness thanks to sweet corn kernels.



Appetizers:

Hariyali Paneer Tikka had a prominent mint flavor owing to its marination and the cheese chunks were soft and delicious.



Mushroom Tikka had a marination of Indian spices working in its favor along with the nice stuffing between button mushrooms.



Kandhari Chicken was presented in a Tandoor of sorts and has a unique preparation local to The Drunk House.


It is easily the star dish in the Appetizers.



Lemon Fish is another favorite, owing to the delicate fish in lemon sauce, served with assorted bell peppers.



Beverages:

Mocktails:

Rose Spritzer was a lime based drink with a mild rose flavor owing to the syrup utilized in its preparation. The taste itself was not overpowering.



Kiwi Mojito is one TDH's special non-alcoholic concoctions.



Shakes:

Kulfi Shake was a pleasant overload of cardamom and rose. Loved the flavor lingering on the palate.



Berry Bubblegum Shake had both the strawberry and bubblegum flavors working in its favor.



Main Course:

BBQ Chicken Pizza was essentially a thin-crust pizza with hot, melting cheese, and delicious chicken chunks.



Grilled Cottage Cheese Steak was about chargrilled cottage cheese chunks served with veggies and mashed potato on the side.



Dessert:

Gems and Chocolate Pizza is one of the in-house specials and is a delightful thin-crust topped chocolate sauce, almonds, gems, and a brownie chunk on each pizza slice.



All in all, The Drunk House comes across as the perfect casual dining option with friends shadowed by a chilled-out vibe. No doubt that their good food, service, and ambiance make the outlet a hit amongst youngsters. 

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