Mehrauli is heaven for food lovers in Delhi. A slew of restaurants in the area offer some of the best dining experiences in the city. Add one more to this impressive list – The Grammar Room.

The Grammar Room is a part of Olive Bar & Kitchen but has its own menu and identity. Known among food lovers for its comfort meals, healthy food and Insta-worthy decor, The Grammar Room offers some serious brunch goals.

The menu is limited but carefully and intelligently curated. It offers a wide range of artisanal coffees, teas and fresh juices. Their exquisite collection of wine and sangrias make it a perfect spot for a brunch on a lazy afternoon.

Cutesy decor, artisanal coffee and a splash of colours

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The Grammar Room has stunning interiors and an outside seating overlooking Delhi’s forest ridge. The theme of the place is tropical with a fresh pop of colours in their cushions, French windows and white walls. It is a chilled out and charming all-day dining space where you can relax, play some board games while you hear the birds sing or pick up a book from their collection.

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The service is impeccable. Food is prepared fresh and they will make sure you get the best of everything. We are adding some extra brownie points just for that.

Food options to try for a lazy brunch

If you are wondering what to try for brunch, our first recommendation is pancakes. Their pancakes are made with buttermilk that makes them super fluffy and soft as a cloud. You can choose a topping of your choice. The extra topping of seasonal fruits makes it even better than it already is.

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The Avocado toast here is also a must-try and a crowd puller. We also loved the Shroom melt which included mushrooms topped with cheese and pate’ on multigrain bread, topped with a perfect sunny side up egg.

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Burrata lovers can opt for the Burrata & Co. Think of a divine salad with arugula, candied walnuts, Burrata cheese and seasonal preserve. Delish!

For mains, we opted for the curry up bowl and the katsu sandwich. Udon noodles submerged in a mouth-watering Indonesian yellow gravy was perfection. We chose a topping of chicken and egg, and we loved it! It is a must-try in our opinion. And aesthetically top notch too! The yellow curry was packed with flavour and balanced very well with the rest of the ingredients. The helping is more than generous and can easily be shared by two people if you’re ordering more. The katsu sandwich was brilliant, with the crispiest and juiciest chicken filling you can imagine, with a generous serving of addictive fries on the side. Vegetarians can opt for tofu in both these meals.

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For dessert, we opted for the Babka French toast, along with the pancakes. It came with chocolate and cinnamon flavoured babka bread, which was impressively soft and supple. It was served with maple syrup, coffee cream and fresh figs, and it made for a glorious way to end the meal.

Head on over to The Grammar Room for your next brunch and lose track of time as morning turns into the afternoon. If you are an all-day breakfast person, this is the perfect spot to soak up some sun and enjoy endless cups of coffee or glasses of GnT’s over a conversation with friends.


 
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