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For a candlelight dinner

IF YOU desire to find a place to hang out, to relax and meet friends, unwind from a busy business schedule or enjoy a candlelight dinner with your loved one, the Level restaurant, Chittaranjan Park in South Delhi might be an option as one of your destinations. The Level summons a cosmopolitan experience with its contemporary interiors, intimate lighting, ambient lounge music and a calm candlelit atmosphere.

Split into two levels, the 90-seater eatery promises a fine dining experience in a romantic setting with mellow lighting and low music on the upper level. The lower floor seems to create a feel-good ambience with its spacious and inviting lounge in a new-age black and white theme, accentuated with the use of steel and graphic screens running from floor to ceiling across the Level.

Prepared by Rupali Dean, the food consultant, the menu of the restaurant claims to possess all: Chinese, Thai, Japanese, Philippine, Malaysian, Indonesian, Mexican, Lebanese, Greek and Indian. For appetisers, you can choose from Lebanese specialities like fitr har, the Lebanese style garlic mushroom; falahfel wraps, the chickpea style savoury cake wraps and the Philippines version of the Chinese egg roll - lumpias - also strive for your attention.

This assortment of food is further extended in the soups, salads and the main course selection. Here, you may go for Greek temptations like souvlaki, Indonesian nasi goreng or mee hoon goreng; treat yourself to Lebanese lamb sorpotel, makhani kukkad and Goan fish curry, murg tikka achari and the popular tandoori chicken platter for those who can't sacrifice Indian food. You can even select and create your own pasta from the live station. For dessert, try the summer special mango mousse, which boasts of being a digestive and a remedy for the heat as well. The bill reads Rs.650 for a meal for two. So, search for your pocket for those extra bucks.

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