Monthly Archives: July 2011

True Blue, I.P. Extension, Delhi


Failed to impress my tastebuds

 

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Had heard a lot about True Blue, so this Sunday we (me and family) decided to give it a try.

True Blue is located in  Atlantic Plaza, I.P. Extension, quite near to AVB Public School. The surroundings of the ‘Fine Bar and Dining Restaurant’ were pretty disappointing, so much that we were made to think of trying out another place.

The restaurant has two floors – one for Family Dining and second floor has a lounge. We chose to sat in the former. The interiors were as dull as the outsides. For starters we ordered Cream of Chicken Soup, Pudina Chicken and Dahi Kebabs. Though the quantity was good enough, taste was lacking. Mom found Dahi Kebabs lacking in spiciness (I think they are supposed to taste like that only). Pudina Chicken was just OK. Cream of Chicken soup was also not liked by others.

For main course we had Paneer Butter Masala and Dal Makhani. I absolutely didn’t like the paneer dish while Dal was fine (It’s hard to mess up Dal Makhani). To add to all this, the service was extremely slow. The meal costed us around Rs 1000 and a lot of disappointment.

True Blue is like a ‘Restaurant Next Door’. If u happen to live in a nearby area its worth giving an occasional try but if you are planning to travel all the way to try out this place then better think of some other options.

Review-Rodeo, Connaught Place, Delhi


THink Mexican, Think RODEO!

Me & Chetan had gone to see Hangover 2 at PVR Plaza in CP. After the movie i wanted to try Mexican food so Chetan suggested Rodeo. For those who haven’t been to Rodeo, it is one of the famous restaurants in CP serving Mexican cuisine for over a decade. The restaurant has a Cowboy theme with Waiters dressed like Cowboys and a Mexican bar/cafe like aura.

We ordered Veg Mexican Nachos and Veg Burritos with Beans filing. The presentation was very appetizing and the food was delicious. However it fell short of satisfying the hunger of two of us. The meal costed us Rs 1100, definitely on the higher side.

But whenever you are bored of the regular Dal Makhani and Idli Dosa, do give Rodeo a try.