Teddy Boy, Connaught Place
Teddy Boy: New Delhi witnessed its first gastropub with Teddy Boy. A quirky and contemporary British-style lounge, Teddy Boy is an ode to the classy pubs of the 1950s that were extremely popular among the youth of Britain. The restaurant is conceptualized on the British subculture from the 1950s, thus transporting its customers to the Edwardian Era where the teddy boys dressed up in drainpipe trousers, suspenders, and long greased hair. The menu, however, is not entirely British, but an eclectic menu comprising of fusion food. The food is suited for experimentalists who can choose from Asian fusion, British and soul food. The vibe is retro and relaxing.
The brand brings the DISCO and the Teddy Era back to the Indian capital. The restaurant also boasts of an impressive beverage list. The bar menu is diverse, comprising shots, signature and classic cocktails and, most entertainingly, bantas. Their Banta moctail menu is a must try. The place offers superb music along with the amazing food and beverages.
Teddy Boy is located in N-block, CP and is spread across an area of over 10,000 sq ft and is divided into two levels. The interiors are comprised of high ceiling, dim lighting, old school walls, and vintage décor consisting of antique wall clock, deer/antler heads, and quotes.
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