Master of Malts is a newly opened place located in CP, right opposite to Tamasha on KG Marg & next to Local and the nearby metro station is Janpath or Rajeev Chowk (exit from Gate No.6). Visited this place on Sunday to try out their Sunday brunch and the first impression once you step inside is that it’s a huge place with nice ambiance. The place has wooden flooring with dim lights, paintings on the wall, rope chandeliers, and it is divided into 3 sections, couches, chairs & mix. The place also offers a good outside view & there is a rooftop too but both were closed at the time of visit. The place has 2 floors with nice interiors. The first floor has open space in front of the bar with a cigar lounge in the right while the 2nd floor has good sitting arrangements or for a private party. They also have a DJ console on top with a tiny stage for shows.
Master of Malts needs no introduction, as the name suggests they have a great collection of single malts, and it’s a paradise for the patrons of Single Malts.
It’s a multi-cuisine outlet with Continental, North Indian, Chinese, European, and Asian. In food, we tried vegetarian as well as the non-veg starters and it includes Nachos with Salsa, Bhatti ka Murg, Chandi Paneer Tikka, Chandi Panner Tikka, Falafel Hummms, Kung Pao Mushrooms, Fish in oyster sauce in starters. In the main course, we try the Sunday buffet which the restaurant has recently launched and it includes Goan Fish Curry, Chicken Tikka Masala, Rogan Josh, Kadai Paneer, Dal Makhani, lasagne, Penne in Pink Vodka Sauce, etc. Talking about the food, it’s really good & tastes delicious and the presentation & portion size is good. The Bhatti murgh was a showstopper.
In drinks, I tried some mocktails and beer. The strawberry one and the chocolate one was too sweet.
In Dessert we had Phirni
The staff was very friendly and quick. The service quite good.
Overall a nice experience to dine in at master of malts.