Come, wok with the tribe...
FANTASY LORE from the Orient brought to life in the heart of Delhi. A tribe is here to share its ancestral secrets with the people of this city. A Wokoramanian spirit evokes a unique feeling of being in a place you can call your own. A new Oriental Club, Wokorama, has been opened in the South of the city. This new 48-seater Oriental Club, with an airy lounge area and cosy banquet, is situated at the PVR Anupam complex in Saket.
Alive with enchanting music played by a true blue retro fan deejay, rocking with the deadly punch of shooters and cocktails like Mind Your Razor and Thin Blue Ice or just good old Damn The Weather, and of course "wokking" the palate of the city with its special brand of wok stir-fries and other delectable must-tries like the Matsaman curry, Oriental spare ribs and dragon rolls, Wokorama offers a refreshingly well-stocked bar and an impressive music collection besides lavish Oriental cuisine!
In a fantasy of colours, chrome and Confucianism, the story of the Wokorama tribe unfolds on the walls of this unusual little club through digital art specially created for the facility. `Tribesmen' from the fantasy lore come alive in brilliant colours on the soft lilac walls and the interiors reflect an attitude of pure fun in the cool comfort of a place where you feel at home.
The Wokorama presents theme nights on Tuesdays and Saturdays. The theme for Tuesday is the "Talli Night" in which a customer can pay Rs.350 for an unlimited number of drinks, and for an additional 200, is invited to devour unlimited food as well. On Saturdays, he normal rock and retro music gives way to Hindi dance music, making it a "Desi Masti Night".
The same people that gave stir-fry feasts at the Wok 'n' Noodle Bar - Manav Deep Singh and Gagan Deep Singh - are behind Wokorama. "The idea was to create a place with an atmosphere that would be a unique blend of indulgent comfort, exciting interaction and unforgettable times spent in Oriental environs," says Gagan Deep Singh.
So, say goodbye to the usual kababs, tikkas and tangdis with one's beer or whisky. Instead, it's the wok spirit with a new culinary experiment in the midst of restaurants offering traditional cuisine.
So, as the Wokoramanians are fond of saying... Come, wok with the tribe!
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