Tamasha is beautifully designed Resto Bar in Connaught Place getting popular these days because of its delicious food and beautiful ambiance. Located at Kasturba Gandhi Marg is an ideal place for food lovers and pub hoppers. I went there last week and like the place very much at first glance especially the bar and outdoor sitting where a huge truck will surely attract your attention. To know more about Tamasha Bar Connaught Place Review.
Tamasha Bar Connaught Place Review
Tamasha is on my list for long time and when I visited the place it did not disappoint me. As I have my son with me and weather is also not very pleasant so we choose to sit at first floor which is as good as other seating options but the only problem is that they do not have washroom facility at first floor which is really a problem especially when you have kids with you. Tamasha has four sitting options front outdoor, back outdoor, first floor and ground floor earlier they have rooftop sitting option too which is closed now. Tamasha has well designed Sheesha bar and a well equipped bar at ground floor of the restaurant. Dazzling white starts hanging from large banyan tree in courtyard and from rooftops in backyard making the place more beautiful and dazzling.
Tamasha Connaught Place Overview
Cuisine served– Indian, Thai, Continental, Chinese, Italian and Fusion dishes combining Indian, Middle Eastern and Continental cuisine
Timings– 12:00 P.M. – 1:00 A.M.
Meal Cost for 2 people– Rs.1800 with drinks
Facilities– Full bar, Sheesha/hookah bar, Live music only on Friday, Valet parking, Open air dining, Smoking area, Live Sports Screening
Address– 28, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Connaught Place, New Delhi- 110035
Email id– firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook page– https://www.facebook.com/tamashacp
Tamasha Bar Connaught Place Review- Food and Service
Tamasha is famous for its fusion cuisine and authentic North Indian food. We ordered for some Beer (kingfisher Ultra light) and starters Malabar prawns with coconut dip, Vada Pav sliders, Thai spring rolls and Nachos with salsa all are presented nicely. Malabar prawns are like Tandoori prawns with very delicious coconut dip that just melt in my mouth though quantity is little less as compare to price (Rs. 555) as they serve only six prawns in a plate but I like the way prawns cooked. Thai spring rolls were also very tasty but again very less in quantity as compare to price. Nachos with salsa are ok kind of and Vada pav sliders are awesome just melt in my mouth.
Tamasha menus has lots to offer but some of their signature dishes I would like to try in my next visit to Tamasha are Thai Red Curry Bento Box contains Crispy Chicken Rolls, Thai Red Curry, Steamed Rice, Pickled Galangal and Kimchi, Crispy calamari chat salad, Quinoa Kebabs and Jack Daniel infused Dal Makhani for sure. We also ordered for hookah which is not good as their food and little bit expensive as compare to the quality.
In the beginning service is very slow as they said there is some problem with their computer system but once all come on track service also improved.
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