The Turkey Project is a bijou Italian-American cuisine joint, located cleverly within one of Delhi’s posh residential areas! An earthy restro with glass doors fused with teak wood frames, hanging plants and mellow lights- TTP is a crafty and peaceful spot with fresh offerings. The upholstery of the restaurant has been hand-stitched by rural women which clearly portrays basics done right.

There are charging points at each table and you can access their free WiFi to sit and work here while sipping on their fresh sangrias!

Here's some more insights about this place for the foodie in you.

What we tried?

Service: Helpful and friendly staff. Extremely efficient service.

Portion: The appetizers were good enough for three people. Main courses on the other hand were good enough for two extremely hungry people!

USP: The menu, drinks and décor all make The Turkey Project a 'must visit' spot this season. The fruit sangrias were so beautifully presented and they tasted like summer in every sip. The ‘Lamb of God’ burger did justice to its name and is worth every penny!

Our Take on TTP-

Here at The Turkey Project, every dish has different flavors and special efforts are made to make the food look Instagrammable AF.

Our advice, is to focus on the sangrias. TTP serves one of a kind sangrias that you are unlikely to find in the menu of any other café or restaurant.

We can also vouch for the fact that the chefs at TTP don’t hold back on the cheese, ever. Be it the fries before guys, molten cheese balls, lamb of God or the truffle affair- each one was cheesier than Bollywood pick-up lines and we relished every last bite of it.

The fricken was one of our personal favorites and had such distinguished underlying flavors despite the crunch- aaah, the force is strong with this one.

All in all, The Turkey Project is the place to go and hang out with your friends and bae when you're hungry but low on budget. It is a pocket friendly joint for the college crowd and the menu with quirky names has made way to our bookmarks!

Location: Shop C 27, DDA Complex, Opposite Moolchand Hospital, Defence Colony, New Delhi

Cost: ₹500 for two people (approx.)

Timings: 12noon – 11:30pm

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