The revised edition of Bunta Bar is here, with the name ‘Bunta Bar Live’.
What has changed remains a question unless we ponder upon certain things that maintained the charm of this place.
Their Buntas have always been a delight and surely did impress us on our recent visit.
What’s up for grabs?
Well, there’s not much to ask for & so, we’ll just suffice it by mentioning the best ones out of the lot :
- Stuffed Paneer Pakoda – What more do you ask for during winters? A nice cup of tea served with some pakodas. Our evening just got better with the pakodas served here. A suggestion would be to soak some of the extra oil that drips down the crust.
- Crispy Lotus Root & Potato Sweet Chilly Sauce – Fancy stuff, aye? Well, guess what? Your usual honey chilly potatoes just got glued with some sweet chilly sauce rather than some honey & produced some fancy crispy stuff. Forget about the chilly potatoes you buy from the local street vendor & get your hands on the ones served here.
- Bunta Dal Makhani – For a North Indian vegetarian person, perfect main course doesn’t exist unless he orders a Dal Makhani. Talk about the Bunta Bar or the Bunta Bar Live, the Dal Makhani is still the same. Relish your taste buds with this buttery & creamy & flavor rich Dal.
- Sarson da Saag with Makke di Roti – If you can please us with some good Saag, you’re all set to rank high on our list. A dollop of desi ghee on top & a bite of Makke ki roti; well, that’s how you begin your meal.
“They speak of my drinking but never think of my thirst.”
Quench your thirst with the refreshing Mango Bite Bunta & the Babaji ki Booti cocktail.
Service still lacks the flavor as it becomes difficult to manage a huge group of gourmands.
Food – 4/5
Drinks – 4.5/5
Ambiance – 4/5
Service – 3.5/5
Overall Experience – 4.5/5
Location : 76, 2nd Floor, Janpath, New Delhi – 110001
Shivam completed his B.Tech in Information Technology from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. He is a nature lover who loves to write Haikus and poems on love. A foodie and a wanderer, he has a flair for writing and tries to keep himself busy with some writing stuff. Besides writing poems and blogs, he’s also a theatre enthusiast who loves watching and participating in stage plays and street plays and tries to make the most out of it.
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