New Delhi [India]: Marking its presence in the cum-pub of Connaught Place, Kinbuck2 is back and with a bang as the casual dining watering hole, known for its beautiful interiors and delicious delicacies.
Known for its classic retros look, great food and humble hospitality, Kinbuck2 has introduced its latest menu that flaunts colossal food cuisines incorporating Continental, classic Indian, Street food and Pan Asian.
The new menu characteristically defines the remarkable cafe and bar, which has completely revamped itself in terms of food, and is paving its way in an entirely new avatar.
With stellar chef and staff on board, this place showcases gorgeous hanging chandeliers which are a dominant part of its ambience. Customized and hung over the seating areas, this sight is the most prominent visual element there. Displaying a decent Bar area, this place is improving its offerings day after day.
The special menu consisted of an extensive array of soups, salads, starters, main course and deserts that are consumed in Street Food, Continental, North Indian, Pan Asian style. Amongst a few interesting dishes, Punjabi Chilly Paneer, Vegetable spring Roll, Mumbai Meri Jaan, Soya Mirchi Kebab, Veg Muffin, Veg Cutlets are a must have.
In refreshing mocktails, one can sip into Virgin Mojito, Virgin Colada and Fresh Lime – Berry flavour.
For the mains, one can gorge onto Veg Biryani, Dal Makhani, Paneer Malai, Murg Malai Tikka, Rogan josh amongst others.
The food delivery from the kitchen to the table is quick, which is good. However, the portions in the platter were more than expected and tasted as per expectations.
Kinbuck2 will not disappoint you with the quality of service staff either. From a smiling Chef to other service men, the place is friendly and prompt.
Overall the place is convincing enough as it scored high on our expectations, and the bar of value for money.
Location: Kinbuck 2
Type: Casual Dining, Lounge
Cost: For two Rs. 1600 (approx) with alcohol
Timing: 12 noon to 12.30 am.
Address: P-10/90, 1st, 2nd Floor, Outer Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi. (ANI)