Ten-Second Takeaway

Here’s a place which serves its food with a special side dish – a big dollop of drama. Although their four fascinating floors are full of things upside down, they sure get the food and drinks done the right way up.

Must Eat

One of their signature dishes is the i-Tikki 7, a ‘digital’ platter consisting of a variety of vegetarian tikkis served with an iPad playing a video of – you guessed it right – tikkis. Another interesting one, among their range of social media-themed foods, is the Twitter Tangri, which is an arrangement of chicken legs in a blue marinade {worry not, they don’t taste as strange as they look}.

Their Grilled Pinwheels and Insalata Crumble are good options to start with, while the Mango Lime Oriental Chicken served with rice is a great combination to pick from the mains. And for dessert, the charming Berry Ananas Roshogulla took the cake.

Must Drink

The Summer in Drama {flavoured with lychee and elderflower} and the Elderflower and Rose Cocktail are light and refreshing – just right for a summer afternoon. However, if you’re in the mood to experiment, try the tangy Cilantro and Orange Margarita or the funky Galleria Paan Mojito.

What We Loved

260816_Drama-Upside-Down2 Twitter Tangri And Other Quirky Foods At Drama Upside DownThe place embodies its name to the T. Everything has a dash of the dramatic – from the names of the dishes and the dishes themselves, the bright staff uniforms, and the interesting interiors.

The decor of the place is what sets it apart – with the inverted {and fully stocked} bookshelves on the plush first floor, the white interiors and chalk-on-blackboard ceiling of the third, the hand-painted murals, tiny gaming spot, barstools made of bicycle parts and the giant F1 race car spanning three floors – no boring corners, basically.

What Didn’t Impress Us

For a place this big and expecting large gatherings of people, the lack of washrooms might pose a problem. We’re as confused as you are.

What Is The Best Time To Visit?

Drama Upside Down is good for a round of cocktails with the pals anytime of the day {there are separate bars for each of their levels}. Although we think the place would be great for a nice Saturday night-out or Sunday brunch too.

#LBBTip: Do not miss out on taking a tour of the entire building on your visit, or getting photos at their dedicated ‘selfie spots’. The serving staff is also really helpful with explaining the funny dishes, so ask away if you find yourself confused.

Photos courtesy: DRAMA Upside Down Bar


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