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EAT STREET RAVE REPEAT! Your `passport` for global street food available at Tourist Janpath

Updated: Nov 29, 2016 19:09 IST      
EAT STREET RAVE REPEAT! Your `passport` for global street food available at Tourist Janpath

By Ashish Kumar Singh

New Delhi [India], Nov 29 (ANI): Every single person on this planet desire to travel around the globe and experience the culture, fashion, people and more specially- the FOOD.

However, only few manage to travel the seven continents and live their dream while others get fed up sitting on their couch and crib about the mouth-watering dishes they see on TV.

Well, if you don't have enough money to travel and binge on the global street food, your prayers have just been answered.

Tourist - a newly opened street food bar at Janpath, Connaught Place is the place where you need to head to dig your mouth in delicious street food from seven continents.

Yes, you read it right! The space offers private party areas, food from over 40 countries across the seven continents and a rooftop to die for. Cool graffiti, airport style signages, a mini train running over your heads and even hostel style bunkers are just a few elements to magnet your attention at Tourist.

Cuisine at Tourist brings forth the flavors from hidden corners of the world. The extravagant place boasts of sumptuous street food from around the world.

AMBIENCE/DECOR

The new kid on the block is for the traveled, edgy, cultured, journey freaks, free spirited, laid back and witty folks.

Owned by Mr. Dinesh Arora, Tourist Janpath is the latest tavern for the wayfarers, which escalates over 12000 sq ft, extravagantly covering three floors.

The place represents the journey of a "traveler" through the interiors like the youth hostel, hiking, backpacking, airport flipboard showcasing signature dishes, live train, travel library, live kitchen along with the crockery displayed in the forefront, laidback beach seats in a relaxing sandy setting and not to forget the special VIP lounge.

It also boasts of a suspended stage for rock bands and live music, notwithstanding its own Tourist Radio channel. Not only this, Tourist also exhibits a beautiful street market inspired from the streets of Janpath.

A majestic rooftop, slated to be one of the biggest in Connaught Place, is an exclusive feature of the new watering hole.

DUDE FOOD

The global street food is of course the reason why people would head to this place. The menu comes in a form of four short Passport type booklets and is divided into four sections- SOUTH ASIA, EU & UK, FAR WEST and FAR EAST.

250 cuisines from over 40 countries from 7 continents, is what the place offers to give your taste buds a new experience.

Tourist ensures that the travel freaks are surely in for a rollercoaster gastronomical journey, relishing and reliving their wanderlust experiences through the smacking dishes from all around the world.

Signature Dishes from the global menu like Lamb Aryas, Brown sugar chicken, Soya Sawarma, Jammu Kaladi and Bombay Bits are a must try.

Other significant dishes namely Sarafa Keys, Soin Toin CH1, Chilled Rice Pepper, Summer Rolls, Lemon Grass Chicken, Pot Stickers, Brick Lane Pudge, Canadian Cobler and Phoenix Cheese Cake will make your day heavenly sinful.

If you want to feed your sweet tooth, Chocolate Paan Shots of Bombay, Berry and Rum flavored thickened cream Panna Cotta from Italy and "Darsaan" from China will come to your rescue.

From the makers of Lights Camera Action and Courtyard Unplugged in Delhi, Tourist have also come up with a dedicated Sheesha parlour where global flavours will keep you spirits high.

SERVICE

The three-storey building has a dedicated staff at your service during the working hours. The staff is well-mannered, courteous, quick and most importantly have knowledge of the food they are serving. (They also click your pictures really well).

THE LAST WORD

Tourist Janpath is a perfect place to explore the global street food with live music and Guest DJs performances.

The place is a breath of fresh air in Connaught Place, so heading there won't be a bad idea.

The last two words: EAT STREET. (ANI)

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