You can get anything you want at Alice’s Restaurant!
Well, let Alice meander through wonderland as you unearth your heart’s desire at Bronies. Tidily hemmed in the corner fringes of Defence Colony (erstwhile Nirulas), this luminescent gastropub, coruscating through the flickers, is such a pleasant retreat.
The alfresco setting gives way to amorous rendezvous – it’s decked up in verdant ardor. Bamboo tables fenced in petite and cozy corners, wooden décor, timber hedges, iridescent little lights and classic lamp posts – all encompass the romantic vibe outside.
Inside – Gray flooring, sketchy ashen walls with quirky paintings, open bar with a wood-finished wall setting and eccentric upholstery makeup for the primary décor. Nothing overblown – a place, perhaps, not for the highfalutin!
What to Eat:
Known for its sizzling platters, hot plate indulgence, everything is served just about, searing.
The Garlic Shrimps with Piri Piri Mayo was scrumptious.
The Wood-fired Chicken Cutlet Burger was perfectly achieved! The Cutlet is sumptuous and quite filling.
The Russian Salad served in a cool Jar is fresh, refreshing and lusciously unified.
While sipping the Sangrias that the place boasts of, dig into the raclette and relish the finest cow-milk cheese varieties. The bar promised exceptional jello shots before everyone called it a night!
Casa: 1 Defence Colony (under the flyover, where the old Nirulas once stood)