Rajouri Garden has emerged as the newest restaurant hub in town – the plethora of restaurants give the customers a range of experiences to choose from – there are options galore.
Factory – is a lounge/bar that provides comfort food, with great music. With an extensive menu comprising of Oriental fare, Continental fare, Mexican fare, Italian fare, American fare, Chinese fair and Thai fare, the place has something for everyone.
The place is done up with the theme of a factory in mind, as made obvious with the name. Everything here has some reference to items in a factory – be it the huge drums on the roof, the cutlery in wrench shape, plates as you will find in a factory canteen, the chairs, tables or the uniform of the staff – the theme is evident. The in-house DJ does a good job of keeping people glued to the tunes, and sometimes to the floor (there is no separate area for dancing, but enough for groups to enjoy them 🙂). The service is good. A few improvements were suggested and were taken in good spirit.
I had no complains from their beverage menu, except one – too much ice. We ordered a couple of mocktails and cocktails – and it was the same story with each.
For starters veg. Spring Rolls, Mushroom Duplex, Chicken Tacos with Maggi Noodle and Chicken Kothe Dimsum came our way. Special mention must be made for Mushroom Duplex – it is an amazing dish with oodles of cheese. Spring rolls were crisp, Chicken Tacos well made, with the addition of maggi a pleasant surprise. Chicken Kothe Dimsums were good in themselves, I really didn’t get the purpose of serving a load of lettuce with this dish.
For mains, Piri Piri Chicken was a good dish, with well cooked juicy pieces of chicken in served with piri piri sauce, sauteed vegetables and bread. Assorted vegetables with Tofu in ginger coriander sauce & mix veg fried rice were good enough. Factory Style Grill Fish comes with a cheesy lemon sauce and was too salty – which was accepted by the chef, and a new dish sent for us – a simple way of making your customer happy which goes a long way in gaining regulars.
Dessert course saw brownie with ice cream and beet root halwa. I have had the beet root halwa at NH44, which has the same owners, but wanted the others to try it, and they loved it. Brownie was good, a little sticky, which I kinda liked.
A good place to enjoy and hangout with friends. I heard they have a great hukka menu, but we couldn’t try any on the day. Next time!
C-13, Vishal Enclave, Rajouri Garden, New Delhi
Not searchable on gmaps, so search for Habibi, Rajouri Garden, it is in the same building.
Review Credit – Abhik Dasgupta
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