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Metropolis Restaurant and Bar, the roof top restaurant of Metropolis Tourist Home is the first Hotel-cum-restaurant that reminds one of Greek town with narrow streetand coloured buildings all around and attracts a large number of foreign tourists. The restaurant& bar still draws a large number of patrons from far and wide because of their all-time favourite dishes such as Murgh Tikka Masala, Shahi Machchhi Curry, Chicken a la kiev, Chicken stroganoff etc. The menu is a mix of Indian, Italian, continental and Chinese. Their Spaghetti Bolognese can be tried once The place is good for groups, families, lone travellers alike.

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Buzz: 2.5/5 | D├ęcor: 1.5/5

-By Deepali Gupta

Metropolis is popular with the regulars who visit that area as well as backpackers staying in the hotel hub area of Paharganj. The decor is just average and low on ambience and drinks. They play regular music and there is no DJ. No happy hours as the rates are reasonable. Beer is the most popular drink doing the rounds here. Cocktails like the Gimlet, Metropolis 1928, Bull Frog, Shady Growth and High Voltage are worth a try. Virgin Colada is a good mocktail. Though the menu boasts of a multi-cuisine fare, the most popular dishes are Paneer Tikka, Grilled Herbal Vegetables and Broccoli Mayawrap. Girls should better avoid this place either alone or as a group.

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This one is really a dhaba. Though it doesn't claim to be anything else, the vegetarian fare served here fails to evoke the rustic flavours and aromas of a true-blue dhaba. The Chana Masala and Paneer-Do-Pyaza are iffy, with an overdose of oil and spice playing spoilsport. But for the hardcore veggie, lost in the midst of Paharganj's eternal chaos and looking for a meal at a comparatively hygienic place, Punjabi Vaishno Dhaba's relatively non-spicy Dal Yellow, Mixed Veg and tomato-laden Raita, might just about pass the muster. For the rest, steer clear of it!

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