Zulu mainly started as a hookah lounge around 6-8 months back but now it’s also known for its food and drinks as a restobar.
Ambience: Zulu is actually name of a West Indian tribe and truly the restobar on the terrace has trees covering it all over. The décor is quite simple with bamboo woods on one side and interesting lanterns around. Good part is they have a projector and TVs to screen sport matches making it a popular choice for sport enthusiasts.
Food: This is a multi-cuisine place with options for Indian, Italian, Thai and continental. We started with Zulu punch which was made out of orange, pineapple and mango and was quite refreshing.
For appetizers we first had Wicked Chicken Wings which were marinated and fried and then tossed in house special barbeque sauce. The chicken size was good and so was d overall taste. Our second option was fish in Thai basil – rawas was used. This was okay, a bit spicy but nice. We loved chicken pataya which had marinated chicken tossed in coconut milk and chilly paste – very soft and tender with great coconut flavor.
For main course we tried the Zulu Special JD Chicken Burger – this was chicken burger with Jack Daniels! Great to taste but bit on d heavy side. The best was kept for the last – 3 Cheese Risotto. Absolutely creamy, amazing mushroom sauce with chicken cubes in it. Heavenly.
Value for money: While the mocktails are priced well, cocktails are quite expensive – A Long Island Iced Tea is around 600 bucks. However, food is reasonably priced overall.
All in all a great experience – will definitely recommend for all Hookah Lovers and even for chilling out over good food n drinks.