Varun puri hosted a launch party to unveil the first look of Duty Free. It is a casual dining cafe and bar located in Vishal Enclave in Rajouri Garden, Delhi. Duty free has everything a bar , a workshop and café – to provide fun and masti with comforting environment for everyone. The place has a simple and colourful ambiance and offers an economical menu which serves a variety of delicious Continental and North Indian dishes to choose from. The eclectic bar menu offers an array of drinks and spirits to choose from. The additional feature is the beautiful outdoor seating area which makes the whole experience delightful. Duty Free is the perfect place for people to enjoy the nightlife.
This place is one of the best places to party in the town from funky interiors to super cool Bar.
Polite staff and lip-smacking food, this place has it all.
Best thing about this place is definitely the DJ. He plays such foot-tapping numbers you just can’t resist dancing to them.
Prices are lower as compared to other ones located at the same place.
This is a great concept of serving liquor by the bottle at Pocket Friendly Prices. The menu is quite pocket friendly and you won’t find similar prices in the whole of locality. Their portions are generous, but they lack consistency.
I visited and ordered Butter Chicken Pizza, the first time it was just grilled chicken, the second time it was good butter chicken.
The white sauce pasta is great, gets served in a Handi and is difficult at times to take out and eat due the handi having a narrow opening.
The Lebanese platter is nice and has a variety of things.
The Sharabi Chicken Tikka is one good thing to order while you’re here, it gets flamed at your very own table by the steward and has a very nice authentic taste to it.
From the so many places opened around for foodies,I found this beautiful recently opened up place named Duty free.
The space is huge and have fine dining as well.
I had ordered
Butter Panner and roti (4/5)
The food was good and the service was done too.
I would recommend this place for