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WAREHOUSE CAFE

Though it was not my first time in one of Priyank Sukhija's restaurants and lounges across the Capital's culinary landscape, it was the first I visited Warehouse Café in the heart of Connaught Place, for a formal review. From the moment my friends and I stepped out of the smartphone styled lift I perceived I'd entered into a dimension with the team's special combination of technique and soul.. with a industrial-chic look where a colossal bar takes centerstage.. with the focus firmly on the guests and the food and alcohol being served.

 

For those who've not visited Warehouse Cafe you should experience it to appreciate why it's always packed whether you're having a quiet luncheon with family or cocktails and EDM music with friends post sundown! There is an air of luxury about the place, but it's affordable luxury, conveyed through the inherent richness of the food and celebration of the regions that inspired it. Once seated in a plush sofa while awaiting a table on the beautiful terrace overlooking Connaught Place, we perused the calendar-theme menu with a different dish for each day of the year! The menu is a distillation of eclectic influences and we ordered 'Warehouse Murgh Tikka' and 'Sarson Mahi Tikka' to go with chilled beer. The melt-in-the-mouth tikkas were seasoned and seared to perfection, releasing their juicy spiciness. Time flew by as conversation flowed and we headed up to the terrace an hour later where a nip in the air embellished the culinary experience — we ordered 'Penne Chicken Pesto' and 'Pizza Indiana'. Both entrees were fabulous!

 

Reminiscing about the evening, WareHouse Cafe offers a unique, interesting dining experience. Attention To Detail is key—right from the decor to the food quality, variety and flavour; the meticulous preparation and presentation; and the adept service. It all combines to create a memorable meal that's laidback and fun. I’m sure it's going to continue its reign as a hotspot for diners and partygoers alike so I’m heading back there soon… aren't you? (11.12.2014)

— JASMEEN DUGAL

 
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D 20, Inner Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi.

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