In mood for some Vodka Curry Aam Panna and Butter Beer? This place should be in your bucket list this week


Lord of the Drinks is undoubtedly is a touchstone of pub cult in the capital. With three outlets spread over Delhi NCR, Lord of the Drinks is a Priyank Sukhija concept and you don’t need to bother about ambience, innovation and cost too much because that’s the best thing about his ventures, where everything is taken care of.



At Business Insider, we have reviewed the Lord of the Drinks (LOTD) Forum at Nehru Place Epicuria and Barrel House outlet in Guragon Sector 29. Well to our surprise, both these places have a different ambience and feel except for the common menu.

Forum is more like a place where you would ask your first date to meet. There is a lot of light and darkness playing around and also they have an open area for smoking, which can also be used for dining if you don’t like loud music. Barrel House at Sector 29 is much like hangout place for friends and colleagues.

LOTD Barrel House wears a quirky theme with skull sketches. Right from the plates to the decor, there is a lot of bright shades and quirky elements. And even the drinks aren’t spared.

When the Vodka Curry Aam Panna arrived, we could spot a lot of drama already. The cream foam on the top has been infused with mango and can be had with spoon. The vodka lied under the cream and has been infused with Mango Panna giving it a distinct taste.



We tried Butter Beer as well. The concoction of Vanilla Vodka, honey, whiskey, egg white and apple juice doesn’t really taste like beer but far better. The Barrel House outlet also offers a range of freshly brewed beers to choose from.

From the food point of view, LOTD performed really well. Some dishes have hint of whiskey, vodka or wine in them as well. We tried the Vodka and Chilli Spiked Prawn, which is one of the signatures. Unlike many other places, here the vodka flavour isn’t overpowering, but you get a certain hint.



You can definitely munch on chipotle prawns, chicken wings, herb infused fish, seasame chilli lamb, but don’t miss out on the butter chicken risotto and China Bento box. While the butter chicken risotto is an amazing fusion where you can really get the taste of risotto and a very subtle hint of butter chicken flavour, the chicken bento box is perfectly curated for people on the go. The Bento Box is pocket friendly and contains fried rice, dim sum and stir fried chicken.

While LOTD is generally seen as more of casual drinking place, we would recommend it as more of a place to satiate your tastebuds with good food.

(This article has been updated)
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