New Delhi : The Portuguese-African food joint which swept Delhi off its feet with its red and black burger at Khan Market, is now expanding the floor at Hauz Khas Village.
Barcelos famous for flame grilled Peri Peri menu has created its own likeness for the people of enjoy spicy and flavourful sangria to get along. Broadening the palate for all kinds of food lover, the menu has been crafted with innovative salads, beverages like Molecular drinks, boozy shakes and by introducing India’s first Sangria Bar.
Speaking about Barcelos, renowned food blogger and restaurateur Vir Sanghvi said, “Though Barcelos has an international Portuguese-African menu, the Indian operation departs from the global pattern to create its own kind of food: Portuguese-Mediterranean casual dining would be a good description.”
The interior of the restaurant is inspired from Barcelos town in Portugal, keeping focus on the modern and antique art for the interior. Stretched in the area of 3600 sq ft, Hauz Khas Village outlet has raw and rustic interiors. Each wall of the restaurant depicts the story of Portugal which is very unique and attractive. The famous personalities and the different shades of Portugal have been painted on the walls. Also the 3D painting of real streets of Portugal on the wall is quite fascinating which creates an authentic ambience of a Portugal town inside the restaurant.
Mr. Rohit Malhotra, Business Head, Barcelos India said, “We are very delighted to announce the launch of our new restaurant here. With a motive of making our brand more accessible to our consumers in Delhi/NCR, this time we have decided to come up in Hauz Khaz Village which is quite happening and the most preferable hangout place amongst youth here. Since our first store, we have spend time in understanding our customers, working on the menu and finding right locations to open our outlets. We are looking forward to open about 40 stores by 2019 end.”
All the Barcelos fans and the foodies in the national capital can now indulge in the spicy and saucy cuisine in Delhi, with just a grab and click of sangria glass. (ANI)