‘House Of Commons’, Review

A new Place to party and loose your senses, is in town, HOC (House Of Commons), @ Connaught Place, New Delhi, is a place of fun and frolic with some tantalizing beats to drop and a whole lot of delectable food to gorge on.

Located at 2nd floor, 2 shops juxtaposed to Cafe Dalal Street, this venue is off the hook. It has a very simple entrance, but its the first step when you put in, get ready to drop your formality and saturate with the music and mix of the ambiance this party popper claims and possess.

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Being a Gastropub, this venue experiments a lot with food, and turns out to be a great outcome with all its innovation. Also, there live Pizzeria section and Pasta section is amazing as it seems and textured with beautiful designs. A live bar with Dj console attached and some pretty handy staff members brings in a whole lot of joy all together, towards the patrons and the venue itself.

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The all veggie exotic Pizza, Tandoori Soya Chaap, C4 with muhamara Fried patty with 4 different kinds of cheese,HOC club sandwich,  Paneer Kathi Roll, and not to forget the aberrant and amazing drinks like Ginger Ale, Bong tails, Virgin Pinnacolada and apple and cinnamon smash were some handy deals to dig into. All these dishes as well as beverages were so good, that for a moment I wanted to get frozen in that moment. Every dish was really nice, and the refreshing were the drinks they offered. And finally the dessert section came which was the highlight for  me at least and also that it was the best thing I had in that week. Presenting the ‘Tiramisu’, served with liquid nitrogen to keep the tiramisu chilled and the taste of  the delicacy came in so very tempting and spectacular that it still is rotating in my head and on my tongue.

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Loved it thoroughly and the love of Tiramisu will never evade.

Review Credit: Sagar

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