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Life is a Tonic at Asiad Village.

LOOKING FOR a place calm, far from the madding crowd of Delhi, yet bustling with life? Tonic in New Delhi's Asiad Village is right there to provide you the most unlikely of the combinations - the buzz of a bar and the composure of a lounge, big screens to create a mini theatre experience and a DJ playing lounge music in the background. And, the best of the wines flowing and the yummy, delicious foods to take delight in.

Here, in a single menu, dishes from across the world is available. Start with the `Start Me Up' listing, and when you are over with the scrumptious flavour of Santa Fe, Macho Nacho, Chunky Funky, Flamin' Rod, Of Fishally Yours, House of Commons and, of course, House of Lords, move over to fill yourself up with the `Fill Me Up'. Tipsy Chicken, Sole Meuinere and Rosemary Baby Lamb Chop, though, the best of the pack, may be complemented with Mafioso Delight's Arabiatta, Neapolitan, Fungi Alfredo or Amatrciana. `On The Sides', potato wedges and steamed veggies can be an amazing addition.

End up with desserts that come in an array of flavours or if you are a wine connoisseur you can heavily bank on Tonic's rich collection. From Premium Scotch and Bourbon to Malibu and Tequila, it is all there.

So get set to chill out.

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