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    Best Restaurant In Delhi Near Vijay Nagar Go Big Or Go Home: No Vacancy Cafe in Hudson Lane Big. Well, it isn't really big. It's ginormous. Humongous. Three full floors and they're probably going to open up their terrace section as well. This cafe is probably the biggest one at the most popular eating space up north, that being Hudson Lane. The north campus area is studded with a lot of colleges, which in turn leads to the area being densely populated with college students. Most of them prefer to grab a bite at Hudson Lane, which over the last few years have seen a sharp increase in the number of cafes and restaurants. This year, No Vacancy Cafe joins them. Spread over three floors, they'd probably be able to fit your whole khandan in. The first floor seems to the family friendly zone, so strictly no hookahs, while they do serve it on the other two floors. The interiors are fairly simple. Light shades of wood for tables accompanied by darker wooden chairs. The walls show bare bricks and the theme sort of feels like the place is still under construction/unfinished sort of look. Not sure how exactly to put it. Works though. The menu shows European, Continental, Mexican and North Indian food. Dirty Chicken Fries make for a great start though I think they should rename this dish. Dirty doesn't sound appetising for an appetiser. The irony. Pulled Lamb Hot Sauce burger is the one to gorge on if you feel the intense need for meat. If you're more of a pasta person, then you get to choose what you want in it. The Choco Fudge Sundae will take care of all your sweet cravings. And if it's shakes you want, they've got quite a few for you to choose from. Address: H8, Hudson Lane, Vijay Nagar, New Delhi Contact: 011 33106363 Cost: Rs.1000 for two Explore More: https://www.delhipedia.com/Home/Category/Restaurant& Bar
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    Best Restaurant in Delhi for couples Near GK1 From South Asia: Pandan Asian Eats in GK 1 Everything South Asian. Seriously. Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai, Malay, Japanese, Singaporean, Burmese, Indonesian, Korean. They've got a little of each on their menu. I don't ever remember seeing such a diverse Asian offering before. These guys will have you doing an in-depth tour of South Asia, from the comfort of your home, through the taste of delish food. They're delivery only, so you do have to do it from the comfort of your home. Maybe watch an Asian film while you stuff your face. It'll probably enhance the experience. To start with, the Vietnamese Street Pho is the most tempting soup. Som Tam is the best salad hands down. It's been a favourite ever since I got a taste of it in Bangkok. The Balinese Chicken Satay makes for great snacks. If you're really hungry, go for the Spicy Korean Rice Bowl. Can't take spicy food? It's the Burmese Khao Suey for you. If it's seafood you desire, try the Singapore Chilli Prawn or Teppanyaki Mustard Fish. Not to forget, Kung Pao Chicken is always a safe bet. The best part of their food is that even the packaging is so good. The food comes in a custom paper bag. It's white on the front and back with their logo in red in the centre. the sides are red with their address and contact details. All the food is neatly packaged in appropriate sized plastic containers with see through covers and black bottoms. Even the sauces and sides come in cute tiny containers. So, be it an Asian themed party or just your hunger, give them a call and see what's up. Address: Greater Kailash (GK) 1, New Delhi Contact: 011 33106336 Price: Rs.1000 for two Explore More: https://www.delhipedia.com/Home/Category/Restaurant& Bar
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    Best Restaurant in Gurugram To Ale Or Not To Ale: Quaff Microbrewery in DLF Cybercity You're greeted by a ginormous mug of beer as you approach this bar. At the very entrance, it stands, big enough for a couple to take a beer bath in. Alas, it's only a model. If it were real, things would get rather interesting. As you enter, the interior decor, the lighting, the setting of the bar feels strangely familiar. Maybe it's because it reminds me of so many bars that I've seen in the movies and tv shows. Not exactly spacious but not crowded either. Cosy. That's what I'd call it. A near homely feel. The sort of bar that you'd visit regularly with your set of friends. Think of how the characters in the tv show "How I Met Your Mother" are regulars at MacLaren's Pub. That sort of feel. Born to brew is their motto and they do brew some good beer. From their brewery, they have four options. India Pale Ale, Wheat, Blonde Ale and Dunkel. All of these are brewed using Weyermann malts, that come all the way from Germany. The India Pale Ale is the most bitter, your go to option if you're into that, while the Wheat Beer is the most popular one from the four. Apart from this, they have a fair selection of hard liquor and non-alcoholic drinks as well, so non-beer drinkers can relax. As for food, they serve American, Italian and Indian Chinese cuisine. French Fries are always an easy option to snack on. Honey Chilli Potato is a flavourful substitute for the same. Chicken fingers, if you want meat instead. For a full fledged meal, try their Chicken Malai Tikka or Paneer Butter Masala. Bailey's Philadelphia is the dessert to have if you want a little bit of sweetness. Explore More: https://www.delhipedia.com/Home/Category/Restaurant& Bar
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