Review & Experience – Barcelos – Hauz Khas Village

Barcelos, the name which was trending on Social Media around 6 months back when it first came in India. Everyone in Delhi was going crazy to try the Black & Red Burgers. Again, the same wind is blowing, the difference being it is now for Barcelos, HKV.


HKV in itself is a happening place and the opening of Barcelos just makes it all the more interesting. The décor, the interiors of the outlet is something you can’t afford to miss on. Located on first floor, the entrance welcomes you with a Sangria Bar overlooking the hustle bustle of Hauz Khas Village. The colourful peppy interiors, wall paintings themed around Barcelos, the original newspapers from the 1947 framed on the wall and the comfy seating is a win win.




The popular Peri Peri Sauces available in four varieties have been kept on the table for the ease of selection for the customers- Tangy lemom, Mild peri, very Peri and Supa Peri along with the basil or orange flavoured water.

Apart from the colourful burgers, which is like another USP of this place, we tried the following lip smacking dishes-


Arabic Mezze Platter


The fresh hummus, baba ghanoush, tzatziki and pesto hummus were the perfect accompaniments with the crispy falafel and spongy pita. The baked chips were another delight.


Veg Espetada


The veg espetada had Mushrooms, Pineapples, Soya, Broccoli, Cottage Cheese marinated in Veri peri Sauce.


Non Veg Espetada


The Non Veg Espetada had large pieces of chicken marinated again in the very peri sauce.

Both the espetada’s were accompanied with a huge platter of fries and wedges. I personally liked the Non Veg one more.



Colourful Burgers


The colourful burgers were just decent. If you have not had the Black & Red Burger yet, then it is a must try, atleast once!


Must try Mock Tails-

Tangy Mango


The tangy mango drink presented with a molecular twist was simply awesome.

Kiwi Kooler

One sip and you could feel that freshness of kiwi. Another colourful one

Hey Rosey


This one was a little different. It was a colourless drink, sort of a margarita with the only rose being the dominating flavour and garnishes with rose petals.

The freshly baked piece of chocolate truffle cake with a scoop of ice cream topped on a biscuit gave the perfect ending to our meal.


This is the only place in Delhi serving more than 130 variants of Sangria. So, head to HKV today to enjoy this scrumptious mix of food and wine.

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