Olive at the Qutub has revamped itself this winter into a(nother) 1920s-style “speakeasy” called Dirty Martini.
The vegetarian food at Cashmere, new Kashmiri restaurant in HKV is miles ahead of its non vegetarian counterpart.
“It should be called Nan-doze,” quipped our lunch companion, as we slowly grew old on a wooden chair.
Espresso Grill feels like a deli when you walk in, with a limited selection of breads and sauces on one wall, coffee mugs for sale, a mural across one wall and an open kitchen in the back.
Liquor, liquor, everywhere, but maybe not so many licenses? We heard from a disgruntled friend that several establishments in the village had lost their liquor licenses recently. Hence, our round-up of where exactly you can get a drink i in HKV. Cheers!
Black and white photographs of piano greats hang on its pastel walls, plenty of natural light is allowed in, the ceiling beams have strips of abstract musical images painted on by hand, and there’s a small piano sitting unassumingly on the side.
The Chinjabi fare is at odds with the swanky decor at Fat Ninja, a new Chinese restaurant in HKV
There is a long, deep bar and leather swivel chairs instead of barstools; there are chintz armchairs and a cigar room upstairs, dominated by a photo of Sigmund Freud; there are bookshelves and a menu with a long list of spirits, but no drinks under “PCO Signature Cocktails”.
This one, brightly painted and featuring a cocky winged mascot, crowed , “How about chicken today?” We couldn't help but cross the street.
Strung with fairy lights and dotted with customers, Pudding and Pie, a new bakery in Malviya Nagar, is hard to miss
The café occupies a small section of the home store, a corridor dividing the plates from the linen, and features a small blackboard menu with three dishes that rotate daily, plus tea and coffee.
New rooftop barbeque place by the guys behind Smokehouse Room.