Have you ever wondered what could be the best substitute for the cliched chai and pakora recipes of rainy season?!
Well, the solution is introduced by one of the most popular and exclusive places of CP, The Unplugged Courtyard.
They have recently launched their Special Monsoon Menu this season on 23rd July, 2016.
With all the colourful umbrella’s, The Unplugged Courtyard is welcoming their customers to enjoy this monsoon season with great zeal and hospitality.
UC is already known to be one of the most happening and romantic cafes in the Heart of Delhi, Connaught Place. And with their monsoon menu, Delhi is gonna have some great monsoon time with their loved ones.
Holding the title of Best Cocktails in town, Unplugged Courtyard has yet again introduced some marvelous cocktails along with some refreshing mocktails as well.
The best one is the Silk Burst which is a perfect blend of Vodka with cranberry juice, frozen peach and apricot.
The Malabar Mojito is served in this unique way which takes you to the malabar coast. Yes, they serve it in a coconut!
Amazingly presented this malabar mojito is a cocktail made with coconut water and rum with a hint of mint and lime.
The highlight of all drinks is the Fruity Mojito Well, which is a mocktail of seasonal fruits (trust me loads of fruits), with Lemon and Mint.
This Mocktail is not only refreshing to drink but also, the amalgamation of fruits gives it a perfect colour as well.
So, the answer to the substitute to pakoras is the better version of it, that is, Corn and Asparagus Fritters which are deep fried corn & asparagus balls stuffed with cheese and are served along with UC special Third Degree Sauce.
These balls of heaven are soo mouth watering, you would not want to order anything else.
But, if you do order, go for the Palak Patta Chaat! You would have never imagined such kind of chaat living in Delhi, the city best known for street food.
Palak Patta Chaat is the crispy palak patta’s served in the typical chaat style with Mint sauce, Saunth and Sweet Curd.
Another, Vegetarian starter is the Mexican Spring Rolls, which are traditional deep fried cigars stuffed with exotic vegetables served along the UC special Third Degree Sauce.
When the rain pours, Delhites have got this trend of having a Garam-a-garam Masala Chai, but contradicting this trend in a fabolous style, The Unplugged Courtyard has invented this dessert named Cutting Chai Freezer which is a smooth version of cold tea and churnswith vanilla.
For sweet tooth people, another surprising dessert served in their monsoon menu is Pumpkin Pie. Pumpkin Pie has a rich flavour of pumpkin and cinnamon wrapped with crispy sheet.
The overall TF Rating for this outstanding place: 4.5/5.
So, pay a visit to The Unplugged Courtyard this monsoon for some lip-smacking food and drinks included in their monsoon menu as well as their main menu.