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Sup, sip and skip...

FOR DELHIITES who like to spice up their food and drink with a little dancing, all at a reasonable price, there is splendid news. Now they can enjoy the luxury of 4Tune restaurant-cum-pub at New Delhi's Hotel Eureka Crowne. Refurbished with a swanky new look, its basement - which hitherto was a banquet hall - has been redesigned into a discotheque. Closed for some time past for renovations, 4Tune was recently re-launched with a bang.

The interior decoration has been done with great thought and planning. At the discotheque a gigantic projector plays a Western music album. The strumming of guitar rings loud on the eardrums. The wooden floor looks spic and span, an enticing invitation to those who want to shake a leg.

The bar tenders toss and turn glasses as dexterously and superbly as Hollywood actor, Tom Cruise in the film, "Cocktail". The three bartenders serve mocktails and cocktails in great style and even though they are new on the job they don't goof up even once while tossing heavy Scotch and long beer bottles.

Says Manish Tuli, the director, "We had closed our shutters for six months. The re-launch has been done to attract the local crowd, as Karol Bagh doesn't have any restaurant with a pub and discotheque. We are targeting clientele with a limited budget. A customer can eat a wide variety of dishes and drinks for Rs.500."

Though the number of dishes from Mughlai, Continental and Mexican cuisines is not too large, this eating, dining and dancing place is suitable for those who want to take a break from office work and spend some moments of leisure with their partner. And enjoy their favourite alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages, with high-voltage, pulsating rock music and dancing.

In Club Special you get tasty Nachos. Priced at Rs.70, this dish is prepared by mixing fried corn tortilla with black bean, onion, capsicum and tomatoes. It is served with tomatoes and sour cream. It can be taken as a snack with a drink.

Enjoy tucking into traditional Indian food? There is sumptuous butter chicken. Eat it with crisp, hot tandoori rotis and dal makhani. The rich dal makhani is for those who prefer dishes topped with pungent Indian spices. But give it a wide berth if you are calorie conscious.

MADHUR TANKHA

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