Victorian era-themed pub

Victorian era-themed pub

Brainchild of Swadeep Popli, The Chatter House is a British-inspired pub that brings alive the very essence of the pub culture in Europe. With comfortable booth style green seats, the place is dimly lit and gives a cosy vibe. Classics from the 60s, 70s and 80s will be playing in the background and the welcoming staff will make sure that your experience is worth the visit.

Spread across 2,500 square feet, the place is a Victorian era-themed pub adorned with classic chandeliers, old world flooring, wooden groin vaults and brick wall finishes. Bar stools, lounge sections and al fresco seating with an open format wood fired oven, are the highlights of the place.

On a Friday evening, the place, as expected is jam-packed with people.
The kitchen at pub is run under the supervision of chef Tara Chand Joshi. Speaking of the gastronomic experience here, the place boasts off delectable delights from Europe, Italy and India. The emphasis is on “fresh” and “high quality” ingredients from the some of the best of suppliers. They bake their own breads, most of their sauces are made in-house with carefully drafted recipes, according to
 chef Joshi.

The basic principle considered while planning the entire menu at Chatter House has been comfort and aspiration. To break the monotony, they customise their food listings seasonally and menu changes every three months.

We started our meal with ‘Mediterranean Style Prawns’ which included Cochin bay prawns sautéed with fresh tomatoes and hot paprika. Finished with aged parmesan, the prawns were perfectly tangy and spicy and were a good start to our meal.
Browsing through the drinks menu, we found that the place serves a variety of cocktails like ‘The Breezy Kit’, ‘The York Mint Hurricane’, ‘The Drunk Bartender’, ‘The Mexican Standoff’, ‘The Gringo’ and lots more. The mocktail section includes ‘Spice Chamber’, ‘Indie Cola’, ‘Virgin Colada’ and ‘Apple Basil Cooler’.

We picked ‘The Breezy Kit’, which was a fruity and refreshing drink.
We then opted for a ‘Pink Sauce Bacon Pasta’ which was served with crispy garlic bed. Served hot, fresh and in abundance for Rs 490, the pasta was filling and little on the heavier side. The bacon though, was well cooked and flavoursome.

‘Chicken Chorizo Croquets’ from the bar snacks was our next pick. Crispy chicken sausage filled with a cheesy filling, the dish was served with a chipotle side and was a good to go snack. Don’t have too much of them if you look forward to ordering something from the main course.

We wrapped our meal with a ‘Gooey Chocolate Cake with Coffee Ice Cream’ and ‘Cheesecake with Passion Fruit Puree’. The former can be a ride to heaven for those who have a soft corner for molten chocolate cake; coffee ice cream is pure icing to the dessert.

The cheesecake gave a surprising flavour in every bite. Those willing to experiment can give a heads up to the dessert.

FAQs:
Address: Lower basement, Epicuria food mall, Nehru Place Metro station
Meal for two: Rs 1800 plus taxes
Timings: 12 noon to
12 midnight

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