Sitting at a quiet & serene place and enjoying your meal is the best thing I could imagine. In today’s cluttered life, these moments are very few and create great memories. For the past fourteen years, Olive Bar & Kitchen at Qutub has been creating beautiful & lasting experiences for its patrons.
The “Art of Telling a Story” is the key to experiences created by Olive as a group. This philosophy strongly reflects in all its restaurants. This year’s summer menu is nothing less than a movie playing on the table instead on a screen. It is bright, colorful, vibrant and still has the calming and soothing effect on your eyes. The simplicity of ingredients and the use of fresh and seasonal ingredients offers medley of flavours. The afternoon was made memorable by house made martinis from the The Dirty Martini Bar.
MANGO Semifreddo – it doesn’t need an introduction . classic Italian semi frozen dessert
The menu is been created by Chef Dhruv Oberoi who has taken over the reins from Chef Sujan Sarkar as he got busy with Ek Bar & Rooh. Chef Dhruv has carried on the legacy of delivering delectable food which satiates not only your taste-buds but also your soul.
With new restaurants and new formats coming up frequently, brands find it very difficult to build a loyal customer base that can provide repeat business. But Olive has loyal fan following which keep thriving it for its rustic feeling and rendezvous over great food and drinks.
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.