Tourist Janpath : Travel via food

Tourist Janpath has become the most happening place since its launch in the heart of New Delhi, Connaught Place. This restaurant is the brainchild of none other than celebrity Chef Akshay Nayyar.

Tourist is a street food bar, which is serving some unique and delicious global street food! Adding to this, they even have a completely new range of never seen before cocktails too. The interiors are just fantastic with brick walls, Cool graffiti, a mini train running over our heads, Airport style signage, hostel style bed to sit and some funky posters on the walls, enough to impress and blown away our mind.

The place is pretty huge, covering three floors, the first floor is more of a formal side with couches for some close conversations. The second floor is more on the casual front but is very spacious & the Third floor has a spectacular and grand terrace which No doubt makes it the most happening place nowadays.

The entire cafe is based on the theme of a tourist place, which you could easily relate to seeing their interiors as well as their menu. Their food menu is very much interesting as it is made in a shape of a passport, which contains the name of different cuisines, from various countries. It has been made sure that people who are visiting this place can easily relax and feel comfortable while having their Food.

I personally recommend that you should go and celebrate the love for travel & enjoy these famous street food dishes from across the world.

Where: Tourist Janpath, 1, Scindia House, Janpath Road, Connaught Place
Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TouristJanpath
Price For Two: INR 2000 (approx.)

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Puneet Bansal

I’m Puneet Bansal, a simple but yet exciting guy based out of Delhi. I am a writer by hobby, Photographer by passion, Poet by mood and HR by profession.

2 thoughts on “Tourist Janpath : Travel via food

  • February 13, 2017 at 7:38 pm
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    Look and feel of a restaurant is essential to attract tourists. Your post mentioned everything about Janpath, but missed photos.

    Thank you very much for this post.

    Have a good day !

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    • February 13, 2017 at 11:32 pm
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      Thanks Manoj for feedback, due to limited space couldn’t post the pics on my blog. Here’s the link to Zomato review with pics. Hope you will like it. http://www.zoma.to/xgBQKa

      Reply

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