This being a rooftop cafe is the ultimate place to visit in winters. The ambience is just amazing and so is the food. Must try Litti Chokha and nettle lemongrass!!
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Being a Bihari I had never eaten at a Bihari restaurant, guess there aren't many! However, when I visited Potbelly I was simply blown away! The menu is interesting and so is the food. It has some very traditional dishes (litti chokha, baigan aloo in...More
Service: 6/10 We need to ask for menu, remind them for the order given, ask them for finger bowl.The drinks were served after we were on verge of completion of the food while they were ordered first.I think above things should be spot on for...More
Ambiance indoor: 2 on 5 Ambiance outside: 4 on 5 (so if the weather is good, try and sit outside) Food: 4.5 on 5 Service: very good Sitting: Not so comfortable Location : You have to climb 3 floors to reach the cafe, so its...More
Little bit hide from the crowed. You will not be happy with it's location. If you can avoid both things then must go. Must try Litti Choka.
I really didn't expect to end up here as I was climbing the stairs. It is a hidden gem! I spent a very pleasant afternoon at this place. The sun was setting and I was reading my book eating my meal, viewing the greenery, watching...More
Why people are mad for this I don't understand. When we reached there, within 2 min staff of potbelly asked for order. We said, we will order in a while but in next 5 min again they asked for order. It means you can't think...More
Nice food. The big star were the dipping chutneys with the pakora, actually! i wanted to go for the non-veg looking lithi, but it was just the usual lithi choka with some meat on the side, so i went ofor the Bihari Burger-- which was...More
Delhi has way too many cafes and restaurants which are tucked away in different corners of the city, they seem a little difficult to reach to and you won't want to go there on a Saturday night but they make for the best week-end places...More