Sky High Bar epitomizes the brave resurgence of Ansal Plaza after a long, long phase of lull and calm. Being an inhabitant exactly 500 metres away from Ansal, I have seen its peak in early 2000s before it was usurped by the more attractive counterparts elsewhere. Sky High opened last year, and quite true to its name gives a good bird’s eye view of South Delhi. It is also touted to be one of the largest and lively terrace restro-bars in the city.
The pebbled pathways, white lamp-posts and chic wall art give a very urban feel to the place. Weekend evenings are usually packed ( we chose a weekday owing to proximity ), so plan your outing accordingly.
As far as food was concerned, there were more hits than misses but a stepping up is needed on this front , considering the expensive pricing and branding activities of the place and mall in general.
The good part :
Fish n Chips were good, and the oregano flavoring worked well with tartar mayo sauce. Relished the creamy chicken stuffed rolls served with potato mash and broccoli. Arrabiata pasta had an Indian twist of extra-spice and chilli, but nevertheless deserves a thumbs up.
The drinks – Sky high Special Mocktail and Peach Treats were refreshing, rightly sugared and nicely blended with no overpowering tastes.
And not so good :
The Indian preparations were disappointing. Seekh kebab was dry, because of which one could barely enjoy any of the flavors or mince. Similar was the case with Barrah Kebab. Felt it was slightly under-cooked.
Overall, a nice and chic place for having a party with your gang, but some work-in-progress required on the food front.
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