Here is a scene for you to visualize – You are in a neighborhood café and have ordered “Bloody Mary”. The server gives your drink in a blood bank pouch or the bottle – similar to what you have when you go for blood donation! Thrilling – isn’t it.? I was fascinated when I heard this from someone, who is in the industry from last 20 years and has given us some of the most amazing restaurants in town.
When I was invited for the review, I was little hesitant for one simple reason – In spite of GK-II, having some of the finest dining places, yet the market, never kicked off otherwise.
And that was exactly what I had in my mind when I met Sohrab. Sohrab was very clear in his thought process on reasons for choosing this place, his future plans, and the food too!. He said” this market has either some very high-end restaurant or it has nothing. The idea of Zingo star is to give a place to our younger generation, where they can come, grab a bite and then move.
Coming back to food at Zingo star-. This place is yet to get the liquor license (when I went there it was only 2 weeks old.).
I loved the burger sliders – especially the keema burger that was absolutely wonderful. What you should not miss is their wings that come in three varieties and can be accompanied by your choice of fieriness! You can’t miss their lemonade – one of the finest I have had in Delhi, especially the Brazilian one which comes with condensed milk. The most interesting dish was poutine, which I believe is little unknown for the Indian market. Poutine is a French-Canadian food that (very) mildly resembles American Gravy Cheese Fries, but is actually very, very different in many aspects. The tenderloin burger Sloppy Joe was good too. Its patty was well cooked, seasoned well. However, I felt that the bun was slightly hard which makes it little uncomfortable to eat.
Address : M-80, M- Block Market, Greater Kailash Part II
Meal for Two : Rs 1000/- (without alcohol)
Liquor License expected shortly.