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Social Hauz Khas Is The Perfect Place For The Casual Parties

11:34:00 PM Kapil Kumar 0 Comments

There is nothing blissful than dining at a wonderful restaurant. Delhi has many eminent restaurants-cum-bars in various parts of the city to satisfy the gastronomical requirement of all the types of foodies out there. Social Hauz Khas is one of the most offbeat and prominent restaurants, you will ever find in Delhi. It’s the brainchild of the accomplished restaurateur, Riyaaz Amlani whose main objective was to develop and foster communities over fine dining experiences.

The terrace is available for any nature loving people with a gorgeous view of the Hauz Khas Fort and the lake. In addition to that, the open view terrace is the right choice for a perfect evening date. The Social Hauz Khas supports interaction between people. It’s the best place for freelance artists. They can get their creative juices flowing with an awesome range of dishes and in presence of the great view.

At first glance, you will think it’s just a nice place with a rugged and unfinished interior. However, it’s way more than just a great place for dining. Speaking of its unique features, it offers the incorporation of office and café life, a terrific terrace view and awesome food and drinks. For a paltry 5000/- per month, any one can own a space on the first floor from 9 AM to 6 PM. A conference room is also available for them for holding any meetings. It becomes a full party place for youngsters, after the 6 PM.

The way the crockeries are labeled in Hindi is distinct and magnificent. The whole place is built keeping in mind the young generation that just loves to hang out in a cool and calm way. The food & drinks are extremely delicious. The amazing presentation and the great music will leave you spellbound for your entire stay. The casual vibe of the place is incomparable to other restaurants in its vicinity.

While other restaurants prefer western or classy ambiance, Social Hauz Khas perfectly embodies the Indian and casual ambiance. The place remains normally jam packed, even on weekdays. Better book from online to avoid waiting for your table. 

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