The Flying Saucer CP is multi-cuisine restaurant in Connaught Place, central Delhi is revamped or New Entrant from Priyank Sukhija’s House of Restaurant.

For Connaught Place goers, it has long been a beacon of good time – an attractive orange glow on the upper floor of the corner building where radial road No. 7 meets the Inner Circle from M Block to E Block.
This is Flying Saucer, a massive multi-cuisine restaurant with a wide terrace zone that nowadays offers a hypnotic view of the humongous Tiranga (National Flag) hoisted in the middle of the Central Park, Connaught Place. The Flying Saucer is Fine dining and Second in Row after a huge success in Nehru Place. It has replaced a QBA and Revamped with new caption The Flying Saucer QBA.

The Flying saucer QBA, is sprawled across to two floors (First floor for Dining and Second floor is lounge with additional terrace zone, which offers both intimacy and romance) with comfortable and variable sitting options. A Live Performance and dim light restaurant makes ideal for couple and hangout with friends.

My Rating for ambience is 5/5

I was invited on its exclusive launch now our meal was now being laid out. All the dishes were making an appearance on our table. we were welcomed with Two Mocktails ( Fruit Punch and virgin Mojito)

The first to arrive was the

Appetizers/ Starters

Mozzarella and Jalapeno stuffed chicken Sausages: A Crispy, golden in color balanced in flavour and mozzarella cheese is ready to melt in mouth; Price: Rs 325, Quantity is meant for Two, Recommend and rating is 3.5 /5

The Sriracha and Honey Fried Chicken: Spicy Chicken bites, crisp enough on the outside and nicely done inside. Presentation makes it more beautify, Price: Rs 335, Quantity is for two people. Recommend and Rating is 3.5/5

The Mini Samosettes (Mutton):  The Mini Traditional Samosa is available in three fillings Mutton, Paneer and Chicken But I picked Mutton filling is recommend, Price Rs 275 Rating is 4/5.

The crispy Corn Kernels, A Small bowl shaped papad filled with sweet corns but served with a sweet Thai dipping sauce Price Rs 255/ is again recommended for vegetarian Rating is 4/5

The Thai Penang Paneer Tikka: a fusion of Indian Traditional Paneer tikka and Thai gravy and result is delicious Thai Penang Paneer Tikka is highly recommended for vegetarian. Rating 4.5/ 5

My Overall Rating for appetizer is 4/5

Main course (Non Veg)

Chicken Biryani : is flavourful but I am not happy with chicken pieces, it was tendered and had chewy taste. Price Rs 395 and quantity is for Two people. Rating 2.5/5

The Rajsthani Laal Maas is Traditional Rajasthani meat, perfect in color, texture and flavour and taste wise is outstanding is recommended product Price Rs 495, Quantity is meant for Two people. Rating 4/5

My Overall Rating for Main course is 3/5

Finishing off with tiny portions of Dessert

The Dark Chocolate and Coffee Mousse (served on a bed of chocolate soil and Strawberries), Yummiciuos and worth to try Price Rs 255, Rating 4/5

The Blueberry ice-cream with wafer bites is not to be missed at Flying saucer. Price: 325 Rating 4.5

Paan Ice cream is highly recommend product, very flavourful and aromatic and ready to melt in couple of second in the mouth with its sweetness. Price: Rs 225 Rating 5/5

The decadent chocolate Brownie, Although Brownie and ice-cream becomes a very staple in all restaurant but that version is improved version and highly recommended, Price: Rs 225 Rating 4.5/5

My Overall Rating for Dessert is 4.5/5

We left the Flying Saucer happily and that’s the end our gastronomic journey.

My Complete Rating is 4/5


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