Kebab Terrace at the Second Sin - Launch Party
Food, Wine & NightLife
The Second Sin, Launch Party, Kebab Terrace, Terrace Grill, Kebabs
15th Apr, 2011
Wednesday Evening, Delhi welcomed the Kebab Terrace - a new section of dining at the Second Sin, MGF Metropolitan Mall, Saket with food sampling/tasting and dhol dhamaka. The charming terrace area nestled inside the MGF Metropolitan Mall is done up so tastefully and uniquely that you would fall in love with it as you enter. A major portion of the Kebab Terrace is al fresco with fawn coloured, elegant furniture and a full length bar. The other section, which you cannot miss, has three tent-like enclosures for private dining. These air-conditioned tents are very well furnished and carpeted and the ambiance is just as if you are dining beneath the stars. They are classy, they are stylish and they are very very pleasing.
The Kebab Terrace, besides the ambiance, also boasts of an amazing array of kebabs and tandoori dishes that are sure to take this restaurant a long way. The concept is simple. There's a set menu that keeps changing every day. So every time you visit the Kebab Terrace you can enjoy a different range of Kebabs al together. And no, they aren't fixed for days. So you won't be bored with the same Kebabs every Monday. There's no pattern followed which leaves enough room for a fun-filled dinner, if you're adventurous enough.
The launch party was hosted by the Alchemist group and saw guests like Neelam Pratap Singh Rudy, renowned artist Alka Raghuvanshi, Restaurateur’s Manu and Sonia Mohindra, Kushagra Nagrath-COO Alchemist Hospitality, Joint MD of Alchemist Group- Mr.Ashok Chauhan (the corporate that owns The Second Sin), Golfer Vivek Bhandari, Stephen Albert-Vice President-WATG-(Pioneers in Hospitality & Design) and many others.
At the launch party, the guests enjoyed a lavish spread of assorted kebabs and oh-my, they are truly lip-smacking. Some of our favourites were Achari Gobhi, Tandoori Chicken, Paneer Tikka, Lamb Tikka, Tandoori Prawns and more. A lavish spread of Indian food and an assortment of delicious desserts followed. Wines were the favourite drinks of the evening.
To add to the entertainment quotient and also mark the celebrations of Baisakhi - the Second Sin had invited Rajasthan Roots who played Fusion-Folk electronic music and set the perfect mood for celebrations. The mix of contemporary elements with traditional instruments was truly unique and refreshing.
We think the concept is fabulous and executed even more wonderfully. What's best - they have air-conditioned tents to beat the summer heat and make you dine in style! Thumbs up for the Kebab Terrace. Cheers!