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WORLD ART DINING

5
I visited the World Art Dining on Friday night, they are located in Punjabi Bagh. The place was filled with people but our tables were booked well in advance, so we never had any problem. They have got 3 entities- Restaurant by the name of Cook House, Banquets- Celebration 1,Celebration-2 and Brew House. This is a luxury dining chain, spread over an area of 45,000 sq ft. They have got global cuisines, one can enjoy Asian, European and Indian food. The interiors are beautifully designed with a lot of art work on the walls and lighting is also adequate, it gives a modern touch to the whole place. We specially loved the graffiti on the wall. The place looked elegant yet approachable and friendly.
 
Another  big advantage of World Art Dining is its ample parking space. Anyone who has traveled to that part of the city, would know very well that club road is totally packed during weekends. So getting a parking space, without any hassle definitely saves the pain. 
 
We had our dinner at cook house. The restaurant is not only spacious, but have a good ambiance. What caught my attention, was the brewery, which was not yet operational, but looked tempting enough to be explored. Cook House has got a dining space for 250 people. They have a live music area, where a talented musician was playing violin. I believe good food with good music, is a terrific combination. I was informed, they have Sufi Wednesdays with Live percussionist Sumit Tandon and DJ Rahi, from 9PM onwards . Incidentally the Brew House focuses lot on music, infact on 25th June Jassi of “Kuri Gujurat Di” fame was here.
 
Now let’s talk about the food and services. The services were good, the staff was prompt and courteous. In mocktails we ordered Virgin Italian Smooch and Ginger Bubbly. Ginger bubbly is a mocktail, which I strongly recommend. This mocktail is made of fresh ginger juice with strawberry pulp and sprite. It is bit strong but one will love the taste. In starters I ordered Tai Pei Chicken, this tastes bit like Manchurian and has a Chinese flavor to it. Also worth recommending is Vegetarian corn and bell pepper, trust me, no one can eat just one. In the main course I will recommend Dal-e-Frontier (Makhani). It tastes heavenly with pure desi ghee aroma soothing your senses.
Do visit the place and let me know, your take on the restaurant.
Address: 80/1, NORTH WEST AVENUE ROAD, Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi, Delhi 110026
Phone:096438 00786
Hours: 12PM–12AM

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