Angrezi Patiyalaa is a reincarnation of The Melting Pot that once stood in the same place, but this time it’s a mashup of Angrezi genre with desi style. It stands tall in the hustle-bustle of New Link Road building with its Indo-Oriental menu prepared in Indian ingredients with modern techniques.
Angrezi Patiyalaa will embrace you into a cult chic patio that speaks white and resembles the peace. White wooden tables, chairs, and benches embellished with colourful cushions are for your easement. A pavilion in the centre with greenery all around and a coffee barista makes your outdoor seating enchanting.
The indoor mode is sunless with dim lights focusing on the table and a wide arena with dark furniture. Their in-house bar is a great pick for refreshing cocktails and mocktails for any occasions.
Get yourself soaked into enlightenment with pieces of nirvana around you and a Buddha photo frame attached to one of the walls. The compact space hails a stage where live performance takes place multiple times a week. To make your experience memorable, there are live acoustic singing performances too.
Well, the menu is designed in English-Vinglish calligraphy, and there is a number of dishes available.
Quench your thirst with Kokum and Orange Sour – packed with kokum syrup, orange juice, and fresh lime juice. If you want a variety, then ask for Island Breeze – a combination of litchi blue curacao, fresh lime juice, and a splash of soda and sprite.
Hop on your food journey with hummus and ragi chips making ways to your stomach through the hummus cycle. You should try spicy Prawns Thecha; prawns marinated in green chilli doing the rounds.
Lalwari Murg Tikka comes hanging in a skewer and is a treat for the taste buds. Do ask for the Chicken Naan Bomb, a healthier option of naan stuffed with chicken and cheese. If you like raw mangoes, then Raw Mango Chilli Chicken has to be on your table. If you want a pinch of the old monk in your food, Old Monk Chicken Wings is the perfect dish for you.
For the main course, try murg makhanwala and dal makhani accompanied by garlic naan and bread kulcha. Soft buttery dal makhani won the battle, but murg makhanwala was on the sweeter side.
You can satiate your sweet tooth with Chai Biscuit ice cream and angoori rabdi.
After visiting Angrezi Patiyalaa, I can certainly vouch for its chote-chote peg and Patiala beats.