follow Based out in the hustle bustle of Rajouri garden, located on 2nd floor, this youth oriented café “The Common Room” themed around “Yummy Food, Lively Music and Great Ambiance” is a perfect place to head out with your friends. Two sections of seating-Outside with High Tables and the comfy couches in the inside. The inside section has this huge book stack, wall hangings & fancy show pieces at one extreme of the wall with a DJ Console and bar at the other ends.
The colourful cocktails on the bar caught my attention, the first thing I entered the outlet. Screening through the menu I realized that they serve over 10 variants of cocktails with a Beer and Breezer base. The innovative names they had for the dishes was another catch.
follow site Few Of The Recommended Dishes That You Must Try-
Kung Fu Cigar Rolls
Loved the cripsy outer covering which was stuffed with assorted veggies and served with plum sauce.
Delhi 6 Ki Chicken Biryani
True to its name, the flavourful lip smacking Chicken Biryani was served in a pot accompanied with Salan and Raita was a perfect main course item. One of my favourites from their menu.
The button mushrooms stuffed with cheese and baked until golden brown and served hot and fresh on a wooden plate accompanied with hot mayo dip. I couldn’t stop myself from having those delicious cute little mushrooms on and on.
Kung Fu Lemon Grass Chicken Skewers
The chicken satay flavoured with lemon grass accompanied with mayo dip was another fabulous dish but the only drawback was that it should be consumed hot, else the chicken becomes difficult to chew.
Bang Bang Green Thai curry
If you are fond of thai food then this one is specially crafted for you, all the exotic fresh seasonal veggies tossed in a green curry.
Brucleee ke Tandoori Dimusms
Now that is one innovative name for the regular Chicken Momos. The Dimsums were aptly stuffed and presented in a wooden basket along with a chilly dip.
Paan and Kesar Kulfi
The paan kulfi became an instant favourite among the crowd as soon as it came out of the kitchen. The colourful kulfi plate appeared attractive and was equally delicious in taste.
The service was decent and the prices of the dishes are moderate. Overall an amazing experience.
Keep Eating, Peeps!!