Food

The Project, Hauz Khas Village

Have you seen a place in Delhi where you can enjoy your meal and get a rare glimpse of peacocks and deers?
If you are searching for an escape from Delhi’s fast life then The Project at Park Baluchi is the place for you!
Located exactly amidst the natural beauty of deer park, this restaurant is surely going to leave you spellbound. It has an outdoor as well as an indoor seating. The outdoor seating is preferable for winters. Although the mist fans help to cool down the hot air and makes the seating outside comfortable. The indoor seating also gives you a lovely view as it is all made up of glass giving you a complete transparency to the outside world. We were lucky enough to catch the sight of a peacock and it felt amazing. It was roaming around the restaurant and that was a truly “WOW” moment.
With wooden tables and chairs and a very raw metallic look, the interior side of the restaurant is primarily for night and not for day.

 

 

Mozzarella bombs

Mozzarella bombs

 

Mozzarella bombs were crunchy from outside due to the panko crust and was stuffed with cheese and risotto. A drop of tomato jam was put on the top of these bombs. The starchy flavor of risotto rice mixed well with the creaminess of mozzarella cheese.

 

Ultimate Nachos

Ultimate Nachos

Ultimate Nachos consisted of cheddar cheese, mozzarella cheese and a sour cream. It is a good appetizer to start with the cocktail session or a beer.

 

Fish and chips

Fish and chips

Fish and Chips which is a classic dish was finely cooked. Quality ingredients always give good results.

 

 

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BBQ Ribs

BBQ Ribs were spicy and slow roast ribs which had a dark earthly flavor.

 

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Paneer Tikka is an all-time favorite of vegetarians and was perfectly marinated and very soft.

 

 

Soya Tikka which they serve is a big kick of protein as it is a wheat protein stuffed inside the chap with green chilies.

 

 

lazzez karela

lazeez karela

Lazzez Karela .Karela is not something you would order or even think of eating at home. But this dish was very unique and super yumm. Karela filled with spinach, pea and fresh herbs is something which will definitely win your heart.

Murgh Potli

Murgh Potli

 

Murg Potli. Chicken breast stuffed with minced mutton which looks like a meaty tart. An absolute delight.

 

 

Tandoori Atlantic salmon

Tandoori Atlantic salmon

Tandoori Atlantic salmon. It was a nicely marinated salmon in Indian spices and cooked in a hot tandoor with all the flavors intact.

 

 

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The Mezze Platter

 

The Mezze Platter is truly one of the best you can have in Delhi. We were served with absolutely fresh pita bread accompanied by beautifully crafted baba ghanoush, hummus and beetroot hummus .

Yellow chili prawn

Yellow chili prawn

Yellow Chili Prawns were spicy, tasty and awesome. Totally a must try. It was marinated with chili garlic and mint coriander.

 

Double kebab

Double kebab

Double Kebab is basically minced mutton wrapped over minced chicken very skillfully rolled on a skewer. This dish is from Park Balluchi’s classic menu. The Project has retained this dish and with intact flavors.

 

Deserts

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Nutella and Banana Pizza with chocolate sauce, walnuts and mint leaf. It was a thin crust pizza with a sweet taste of Nutella with mint balancing the extra sweetness of it.

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Coconut Panna Cotta is a classic Italian desert which exists in a semisolid state and has a very creamy taste.

CHEESE CAKE

CHEESE CAKE

 

Amaretto Cheese Cake – Amaretto is a sweet almond liquor which has added to give the baked cheese cake a character. Nice and smooth cheese cake

Away from the crowded Hauz Khas village, The Project is for people who want to enjoy their food, hang out with their friends over beer and feel close to nature.

 

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