If you’re looking for a place to chill which would be insta-worthy and serve gooood food, then you should promptly visit The Feast House, if you already haven’t!

This joint is located visibly on the main road, right below the Karol Bagh Metro Station which makes it easy to locate and we’d say, don’t judge a book by its cover!

Although this eatery is located on the bustling Pusa road, on seeing the inside you won’t realise that you’re in the same area! It’s a whole new experience on the inside and once you step in, there is no going back!

What Makes TFH Different?

The Feast House eatery has an offbeat vibe to it with its quirky-fun decor which is ideal for chilling with friends and is also highly suitable for a quick date.

The menu here is made up of diverse cuisines and they have kept loads of options to spoil us silly!

Coming to the food, the ‘tall’ burger we feasted on was made up of absolutely the right levels of crunchy yet cheesy elements which was difficult for a single person to finish off! The presentation of this burger was utterly on-point and it made us forget all about our diet plans for sure but YOLO!

The freak-shake was an overload of vanilla ice cream coupled with thick chocolate which made it a bit too sweet but it is a delight for people with a massive sweet-tooth. The shake overall was good but we felt it could've been better!

The staff makes you feel comfortable and if you want to sit here with a book to spend some time with yourself, then come and settle in a corner!

The Feast House even has a live waffle counter which gives us an opportunity to watch our waffles being prepped! The sweet aroma from this counter absolutely left us drooling and ordering for more!

What We Had?

The Fat Nacho Burger - 9/10

Cookies ‘n’ Freak Shake - 8.5/10

Servings- Burger was sufficient for 2 people and the shake was sufficient for 3 people because of the thick texture and sweetness factor!

Cookies ‘n’ Freak Shake
The Fat Nacho Burger

Where: 1-B, Pusa Road, Karol Bagh, New Delhi

Timings: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm

Cost: ₹1,000 for two (approx.)

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