The Gourmet Studio 3.0 With Chef Dhruv Oberoi @ Olive Bar & Kitchen, New Delhi

Chef Dhruv Oberoi @ OliveThe moment anyone refers to Olive bar and kitchen, there is a beaming smile on my face and my friends are aware of the reasons for this grin. A little over 2 year, Olive has changed itself in numerous positive ways and is one of Delhi’s favourite destinations for fine dining. Not just that, it is also amongst the most romantic restaurant – or should I say – one of the most romantic restaurant! Chef Sujan Sarkar and his team have not only transformed the menu, but have also raised the bar.

Gourmet Studio was launched by Delhi Gourmet Club and Nearbuy, this being the third edition, Chef Dhruv Oberoi is showcasing a six course menu at unbelievable price starting just at 1300 INR

Here is the  mouth-watering 6 course menu::

  • Amuse Bouche
  • Starters
  • Sorbet
  • Pasta
  • Main Course
  • Dessert

The Experience:

Food at Olive always has great flavour and comes with excellent presentation. Every dish is chalked out with great attention, precision and with usage of very high quality ingredients. And my love for Olive increases as each dish not just satiates your cravings, but also imparts immense pleasure with every bite that you partake.

The royal punch was a great start of the evening and lone look at the menu, I was sure that it will be a great experience. Cured Tederloin tonnato that is inspired from classic italian dish vietello tonnato has thin slices of tenderloin. Carpaccio with tangy tuna and anchovy dressing has a nice tangy flavour and is a great starter. For vegetarians, there is classic beetroot, goat cheese and walnut served with beetroot sorbet.

OliveNext, I chose stone bass, prawns  – perfectly grilled fish served with romanesco( edible flower) and shrimp, squid salsa, equiste J

Before you move to your main course, you will be served a citrus based palate cleanser. It prepares you for the main course.

Out of the four option in main course ( two veg and two non-veg) I chose my favourite belgium pork belly, slow braised in red wine reduction and served with pickled piccalilli, sauteed kale and potato mash.

We finished our meal with vanilla poached pear with panacotta , honey comb and broken merigue. I loved the dessert and would want to go back again, even though I am not a dessert lover.

This six course chef’s menu at Olive is brilliantly crafted by the talented Chef Dhruv Oberoi , and you shouldn’t miss

Hurry and click here to book your lavish meal prepared by the expert!! To book the deal through your mobile, download the nearbuy app today from Google Play Store today!

 

Disclaimer – This review was done on an invitation from the establishment. Views expressed in the review is entirely ours and without any bias. Pictures of the dishes are not the standard portions, they are sample portions.

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  • Food9
  • Ambiance9
  • Service9
  • Price 9
  • Presentation9
  • 9

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    Food at Olive always has great flavour and comes with excellent presentation. Every dish is chalked out with great attention, precision and with usage of very high quality ingredients. And my love for Olive increases as each dish not just satiates your cravings, but also imparts immense pleasure with every bite that you partake.


I am a Delhi based blogger and write everything that gets us connected to life and creates an impact. My posts are about new places that I get to explore, cuisines that define taste of India and other countries, art that aestheticize our inner world and culture that defines beauty of people and place. My passion lies in exploring the unexplored aspects of life. Photography is my passion and I love to capture the diversities that brings out each moment alive. My forte lies in creating stories and my life is beyond journalism that has evolved into my blog.


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