When you could already cherish those crazy Molecular Drinks as well as the Sangria Boozy Shakes at Barcelos, now you have another exciting avenue to look forward to. The tempting Portuguese cocktail bar menu had a plethora of taste to explore for. You can satiate your drinking appetites with those exclusively Portuguese drinks like The Bermuda that involves a fine combination of Gin, Grenadine as well as Brandy that is punched with orange juice. You can also try out the Doce cocktail that included a fine blend of cinnamon, vanilla ice-cream, raspberry as well as some sprinkled chocolate powder. Tempting isn’t it? Social Connoisseurs really had a great time tasting this drink.
Other parts of the Portuguese cocktail menu that you can offer a try is definitely Ola that included the fine blend of rose as well as beetle leaves along with rum as the base drink or the Portuguese in Love ( a quirky yet smart combination of pomegranate and brandy).
What made Social Connoisseurs fall in love with the cocktail menu is its fine handling of the Indian tastes. If you hold an Indian taste for cocktails, you can try out The Khatti Meethi Margarita which had a great punch of water-lemon, tequila with fresh mint leaves and a dash of lime. Theeki Mirchi was another Indian cocktail, specially arranged keeping in mind the spicy appetites of the Indian tongue. This was a vodka-based drink punched with guava juice, lime juice and fresh lime chillies. Paan-Tini takes you to an exclusive Indian cocktail journey with the presence of tamarind, gulkaand, areca nut and vanilla ice-cream. This too was a vodka based drink. The freshness of flavours oozing out from each of the drinks make them leave a power packed taste behind.
While the Portuguese cocktails start from a price of 325, the Indian ones begin from 300.
A good meal is incomplete without a memorable dessert and Barcelos seems to realize it to the core. In the dessert segment you have the Red Velvet Lava. When you are a health-freak, the perfect pick for you would be the Green Tea Lava. Both of them are served with a punch of natural Barcelos in-house ice-cream. Master Chefs, aren’t they?
For the traditional flavours you have the Golden chocolate cake with black forest flavoured vanilla icecream and the gulab jamun based cheesecake with peanut butter ice-creams.
So when are you planning your visit into this authentic Portuguese outlet at Khan Market? Drop soon and experience a rendezvous with the best of cocktails and desserts. J
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