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Barbeque Nation

Janakpuri    & IN 8 MORE LOCATIONS

4.1

9 Reviews / 9 Ratings

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Pat Chapman Grills The World Oct 03 - Oct 31

  • Barbeque Nation, one of the most successful casual dining restaurant chains in India, will partner with UK’s Curry King Pat Chapman for a whole new Barbeque experience during Festive October across the country. Pat Chapman’s effervescent 14 new marinades will get introduced across the country and mark the entry of a completely new genre of barbequed food. Patrick Lawrence Chapman, who amongst other numerous titles, has been called 'The Ambassador of Indian Food' and the 'Curry Leader' by renowned food reviewers in Britain, has also been credited by Daily Mail for ‘Baltifying Britain’ for his bestseller cookbook - the first among 36 recipe books penned down by him with cumulative sales topping 1.5 million copies.

    Barbeque Nation is a pioneer in India to promote ‘DIY’ (do-it-yourself) cuisine with a concept of live on-the-table grill in India and is today the largest casual dining brand in the country. The menu is drawn from Mediterranean, American, Oriental, Asian and Indian subcontinent.
     
    For the ‘Pat Chapman Grills The World’ Food Fest, 14 new marinades from Chef Chapman’s amazing repertoire will be laid out at the Barbeque Nation. From the British Isles come the Yorkshire Marinade, Worcestershire Marinade and the Spanish Valencia Marinade. Pat Chapman’s recipe from the Middle East comprises the Lebanon - Arabian Marinade and Persian Marinade. He whips up a fiery bunch of marinades from the Americas with the hot American Texican Marinade, Albuquerque Atomic Marinade, New Orleans Incendiary Marinade, Aztec - Mole Poblano Marinade and the Jamaican Jerk Marinade. From Australasia comes the Outback Emu while Pat’s delectable Far East marinades include the Mighty Hot Mai Thai, Chinese Sichuan and Indonesian Bumbu kacang recipes.
    Average meal for two: Rs. 1600
    Timings: Lunch and Dinner hours


Barbeque Nation Reviews

4.0

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In love with this Place !

Well! Well !! Well !!! I am just so much in love with this place. The foremost reason being, the staffs here. You can get good food just anywhere. But here , even staffs are just awesome. They are just so jovial, and always grinning ear to ear. SO loving and warmth, you fall in love with the place , the food and everything about it, automatically.

Service is too, too good. Hardly any delay in serving . Drinks are good. The main course, of course , can be skipped as nothing fancy about them. Starters are delicious. :)

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4.0

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BBQ Nation.... Feast for a Beast :)

When your stomach groans
The tasty unlimited food at BBQ nation roars

We went there for my cousin's Bday Party and the servers sang and danced on a Birthday jingle for him.
BBQ nations just gave us a platform for letting the gluttons inside us loose and eat as much as we can.

The food was amazing with the USP of live grill on your table and the choice of starters is unlimited.
By the time you are done with the starters you are hardly left with any space for main course.

The severs insisted on trying all the things on the menu and enquired about the taste. They were kind enough to customize food according to our taste preferences and got us the dishes off the set menu.

Wonderful experience indeed

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4.0

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Amazing experience

I am a die hard fan of BBQ nation. Been to the ones in Bangalore and tried this one several times. Its an absolute value for money. Starters included Fish, Prawns, Mutton Seekh, Chicken Seekh, Chicken Tikka, Tangri Kebab, Achari Tikka, Paneer Tikka, Potato Salsa, Pineapple and corn. We were fed so much by the friendly staff and finally put the flags down. Main course had biryani, paneer, dal, mutton curry and others. Breads were made to order and so fresh and hot. As always, the dessert variety blew my mind- Gulabjamuns, rasmalai, sorbets, pastry, ice cream and brownie, fresh fruits..pheww. We couldn't even move by the end of it. Overall a fantastic experience as always. Definitely going again soon, although they never change the menu ;)

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5.0

best nonveg

Had a gr8 tym... Best chicken place in delhi... Temple for non vegetarian... Must visit.. (Tangri kebab - roasted prawns - all deserts...)... Best dishes to have... N even beer is complementary...

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1.0

BAD BAD BAD

Had a pathetic experience at this particular outlet .I have earlier been to the BBQ nation in GGN and had an amazing experience. Just loved everything about that place.. food, staff, sevice.. Special mention to the staff - 2 extra points for that !!
So when we went there last Sunday for Lunch, I was very excited. But my excitement was short lived. We were 20 adults + kids (4months - 6 yrs ) Their variety of Veg snacks is limited. The Worst part is the SERVICE !!! The service was not just slow.. but the staff was not at all pleasant. They had no smile on their face. Whenever we asked for something.. they would never reply . They did serve us but with an expression that they were doing A FAVOR to us !!! They certainly need to hire some good staff !!. or else I can help them train their staff !!

Parking is a big problem. They do have valet service, so its ok when u come. But make sure you call for your car an hour before you want to leave. !! Yes an hour as they park across the road and valet staff is limited. We actually waited for an hour with 5 infants between the age of 4-7 months in a lobby in which the AC was not working!!

In a nut shell - The whole experience was Bad / Unpleasant.

I wud suggest you go to the GGN outlet !! It is definitely much better in terms of food and service (they have excellent staff) and they don't have a parking problem.

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5.0

5 Star

For me Only 5 Star restaurant in delhi/ncr.. my all time favorite.. specially when you are hanging out with friends and group family.. best is a word!

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4.0

Good value for ur bucks

First tried BBQ Nation in Chandi a few years back. Liked the concept, so visited their Delhi restaurant too.

If you look at their price point vs. quality, it is one of the most 'value for money' restaurants in Delhi.

Being a huge carnivore, I like my meats cooked just right. That is very hard to get here, as they bring cooked meats and put it on the grill on the table. So most of the times the meat is overcooked and dry. Other than that, decent food.

Verdict

Food: B+
Service: B+
Ambiance: B+

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Schwanns

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January 22,2011

5.0

Awesome food.

I've been to BBQ Nation in Mumbai and Pune. This one lives up to the rep. The mutton seekh kabab is the best of the lot. As usual we ended up hogging on the starters. Lots of people miss it, but this place has a good collection of imported beer - a good place to experiment on those.
The only funny thing was that we ended up check out each and every metro pillar number to reach this place off the Metro stations (see the address :) )
BTW, its Janakpuri East Metro station. Step off the metro and walk a few mins past the Hilton and you'll reach the place.

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One of the best family dining places

Had heard a lot about Barbeque Nation when i was in Pune and finally got a chance to visit it. Since it was Sunday evening, we (two of us) reached the place early to avoid the dinner rush. I had read a lot of good things about the buffet here and therefore decided to give it a try.

In soups, we opted for Hot and Sour chicken soup which was nice. Once it was over we were literally bombarded with starters. There were so many varieties that we lost count. Each starter tasted yummier than the previous one and we just ended up overeating. There was little space in our tummies but we still decided to go for main course. The menu ranged from pasta to salads; from gravies in fish and chicken, to dal & Biryani and much more. We tasted a bit of Biryani which was delicious. And that’s not all, there were desserts too. I loved their Marble cake and Blueberry Cheese Cake while Chetan enjoyed their Gulab Jamun with Vanilla ice cream in chocolate sauce.

The buffet lived up to all its praises. We ate and ate and wished we could have had more. In fact we ate so much, that we didn't get a chance to savor the taste of individual items.

The ambiance was nice. We got a seating for two in a quiet corner where we could chit chat and enjoy the food as well. The experience cost us around Rs 1200 and was totally worth it. I would love to go here with my family next time. Infact if you are looking for a family dining place, then do try Barbeque Nation.

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