Hello folks! We’re telling you how to do the date night right!

We’ve found the ultimate date destination and we’re telling you all the right reasons to take a ride. MASALA LIBRARY in Janpath, Connaught Place is known for its remarkable fine dining experience and gastronomic voyage, capturing the grandeur of centuries-old traditions but with a twist!

Mega Menu:

Masala Library serves ala carte i.e you can choose your own dish and the buffet set menu which take almost 2-3 hours to complete! The chef recommends the buffet menu which has served 19 adequate portions of the course with exclusive taste and appearance. For those who want to embark a journey of food trail and want to eat food with their eyes and nose before they really dive in, Masala Library is for you. The food here comes with all the  needed entertainment and drama for a memorable experience!

2-3 attendants serving you and explaining you all the dishes. If you go for the chefs 19 course menu , each course comes with its new cutlery, crockery, paired with wine 🍷. Every course enters with its own drama and presentation. So the food just does not satisfy hunger it probably also overwhelms your senses with presentation, ingredients, and well the royal treatment is sure the cherry on the cake! The service is impeccable and every member of the staff goes the extra mile to ensure you have a comfortable and satisfactory meal.

PRO TIP: Samosa, Mocktails, Galauti Kebab, Mushroom Soup, Chicken Tikka, Chai and Jalebi has hit a 10 in our list! Sure a win-win for your dreamy date.


Full Bar Availability

If your date’s in a frenzy you can totally take the smooth road to the full bar at Masala Library to try some lip-smacking liquor!

This classy restaurant impresses with its grandiose decor, top notch service and heavenly grub, and its ultimate DELIGHTFUL drinks! They truly understand what fine liquor at a restaurant should be – A visual and gastronomic adventure which will surely steal your heart are the cocktails and mocktails at Masala Library.

The ambiance of the restaurant is drool-worthy. As soon as you enter, you will find a huge bar section with classy single malt whisky and many-manyexotic varieties of wines and champagne. Wine pairing is fantastic along with the tasting menu. They have a colossal variety of cocktails and mocktails. The way of making was eye catching too (pretty exciting, huh?)
They take the best elements from various cuisines and gives it a pleasant twist. What’s more, the presentation of the food is stunning while being experimental at the same time!

Some Really Good-Looking Ambiance

The floor to ceiling bar set up and the gigantic chandelier steal the show.

Once you’re seated, the super friendly and courteous staff make sure to be at your service, not giving you a single moment to feel unattended. They introduce themselves and explain you every bit of the menu, well you’d really need that as the items to the meal have no description. While reading the menu, it’s difficult to decide what to order, since there isn’t any description of the items. Which is why, the server’s assistance is important. The food arrives quite promptly on order.

Since it’s a fine dining customer service will be the best. Every table will have there own service. Everyone is saying that the service is impeccable and every member of the staff goes the extra mile to ensure you have a comfortable and satisfactory meal. The only disappointment is that there is no wi-fi and no finger cleaning bowls or tissues after you finished your meals. Also, no children allowed, but well thats a recipe for date night success!

PRO TIP:  Two slots are available for dinner – 7-10 or 10-1. You better get 10-1 since 7 is not a good time to a start for dinner.


Drool-worthy Desserts

Dessert is quintessential for a sweet date night. The dessert is served in several courses which were pretty darn good and it ends with some nitrogen (food dramatics) ice-cream – which is definitely worth trying!

Some bhapa doi based desert, Jalebi with rabri, and saffron froth, and some ‘awe-some’ jalebi caviar will top your list! They end with a complimentary “Chocolate” desert which was presented very well i.e. with Frozen Nitrogen Gas. Dark chocolate with edible gold leaf over the top with alluring presentation is also something to drool over!


Definitely Something Different

So are you the quirky kind? Well then you’ve found damn dream land! Check out these beauties at Masala Library!

-The very fancy AMUSE BOUCHE served in artificial egg shells placed in a beautiful nest, taken as a shot of fermented coconut water and mango gelatin prepared from fresh pulp.

-RASAM VADA : The best rasam ever tasted served in a sweet lil’ glass tube with vada chunk over the top with regional sauces.

-DECONSTRUCTED SAMOSA : The idea itself is so amazing with the inside-out concept of Samosa, MUST TRY.

-DEHYDRATED LOTUS STEM : With all those spices over perfectly roasted lotus stem served along with marinated radish salad, beautifully presented!

-BAJRE KI ROTI WITH WHITE BUTTER : From the rural streets of Punjab, that authentic savour would make you fall in love with the place.

*MUSHROOM CHAI* – I personally never tasted any beverage more refreshing than this, prepared with dehydrated rare mushrooms.

-THREE WAY CHICKEN TIKKA : Three different presentations of chicken tikka, one being the normal tikka, second being a tikka prepared from diced and minced chicken with marinations, third is a very tasty Papad prepared with chicken, isn’t that amazing?

-SORBETS : A perfect appetizer from the 90’s to hit you right in the nostalgic zones of childhood.

PURE PRO TIP: Get your bookings done 2 weeks early because everyone else is looking for the same!



Get your bookings! You’re in for a treat!

Happy Date Night! xx


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