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Updated 39 minutes ago

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Castle 9 has something for everyone — a fine dining restaurant, a lounge and a bar. It’s a reasonably good place without being heavy on the pocket. Though the entrance is a bit narrow but the interiors and acoustics are done well. An aquarium and artificial water plants create an image of marine life. The lounge has comfortable leather sofas. DJ Asif entertains with jazz, retro and reggae from Tuesday to Saturday. Cocktails like Blue Lagoon, Cuba Libra, Whisky Sour, Tom Collins and Mojito are worth a try. Mocktails like Strawberry Delight, Shirley Temple and Lemonees Blues are good. For some tid bits try Crispy-fried Chilli Lamb, Seafood Platter, Tandoori Pomfret, Lemon Basil Chicken, Achari Paneer Tikka and Veg Kebab Platter. Visit this place if you are young and light in the pocket. But be prepared for a long queue.

HAPPY HOURS: Noon to 8pm

Updated 57 minutes ago

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Zaffran is part of a tiny chain that serves good, old-fashioned Punjabi food with old-world service and nary a concession to new-fangled concepts. On the ground floor of an as-yet-empty DLF Star Mall, the best part of this restaurant is that you can drive up to the door. The interiors are neutral, there's an open kitchen, and the service is strictly of the old-fashioned kind. Sindhi Mutton Biryani (Rs. 375) is the one standout dish on the menu. Made with a stock that has enough to differentiate it from the other versions of biryani that every menu in the city has, it is flavourful and moist enough to be had on its own, without raita. Murgh Malai Tikka (Rs. 295) is the standard variation that you'll find in every North Indian restaurant in the NCR, without, however, the punch of processed cheese. Even the vegetarian fare is lip-smacking. Enjoy the crunchy texture of the Amchur-Flavoured Karari Bhindi (Rs. 195) that is fried to a crisp as well as the Dal Tadka (Rs. 175) that has about as much spicing as a Dal Makhni would have. The flagship in Greater Kailash is the best appointed of all the branches.

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