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Bunta Bar : Food Review -‘Bunta’ to banta hai !!!

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Bunta Bar

Address: 2nd Floor, 76, Janpath, New Delhi.

Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk

Cuisines: North Indian

Opening Hours: 12 Noon to 12:30 AM

Cost : Rs. 1300 for two.

Cash and Cards accepted.

Contact : 011 33105065

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Ambiance: The bar would take you to a nostalgic trip to your childhood memories. Thus, we decided to give it a shot. There are embellished decors done using the bunta bottles all around. Even the Chandeliers are made of Bunta bottles.  The ambiance is spacious. The sitting and sofas are very comfy and stylish but we found it improper (no privacy). Handcrafted peacock on the wall is very appealing. All this makes the place stand out in amidst the many cafes and restaurants in CP.

Menu: Bunta Bar is well known for quirky uncommon Buntas. It has a scope with audiences of all ages who like to drink and have Indian snacks! Mondays and Tuesdays are best days! Packages available to beat the Monday and Tuesday blues. There are events named ‘Experimental Wednesdays’ and ‘Karaoke nights’ on Thursdays.

What we had: We had Mirchi toast was served with dip worth INR 295. I liked the delicate balance of spice and cheese. Was expecting it to be spicier as the name suggests. Lichi Jeera worth INR 195. It was sweet and tangy at the same time. Couldn’t stop ourselves from going in for the second round for Kala Khatta flavored bunta mixed with some heady booze worth INR 300. The food was under par and ‘overpriced’ but buntas were a great rejoice.

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 Service: Forgetful servers.The staff was a bit lost in their dreams and there was no management. This needs a major improvement.

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Recommendation: Bantabulous it is. Recommended for buntas.
Cheers !

Ratings: 3.5/5

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Sonam Rajput
Sonam Rajput is a student of Education at Central Institute of Education, University of Delhi. She is a foodie and enjoys going on historical walks and imagining the world that had been. She hopes to keep her love for history in tandem with her passion for travel and unravel cultures, and experiences while doing so.

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