Bars, Lounges & Pubs, Casual Dining

HUDBA

GK1 M Block Market, Greater Kailash 1
nb 4.5
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About HUDBA

HUDBA is an English style restaurant catering to those who enjoy a cosy, casual atmosphere. Offering a myriad of Chinese, Continental and North Indian dishes, HUDBA is the place where the talented chefs pay attention to flavors & aroma of every dish, ensuring a treat to the senses. HUDBA literally means ‘music’ and the...

Cuisines

Chinese, Continental, North Indian

Address

GK1 M Block Market, M-10, 1st Floor, Block M Market, Greater Kailash 1, New Delhi

Phone no.

+91 11 33106436, +91 9811790969, 011 33105806

Average cost

Cost for two - 100

Cost for two with alcohol - 1,300

Need to know

  • Serves - Serves Non Veg

HUDBA Timings

Open Now

Monday

11 AM - 1 AM

Tuesday

11 AM - 1 AM

Wednesday

11 AM - 1 AM

Thursday

11 AM - 1 AM

Friday

11 AM - 1 AM

Saturday

11 AM - 1 AM

Sunday

11 AM - 1 AM

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HUDBA Offerings

Lunch

Dinner


More Info.

Seating

AC Indoor Seating

Outdoor Seating

Amenities

AC

Bar Type

Full Bar

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HUDBA Reviews

Average

Rated 3.0 by Aritro Dasgupta on Aug 14,2018

This is a decent place, but considering the location, things could be better. It is located on prime territory of South Delhi. Sadly the food does not have any focus. It is a mix of disparate items, like any other me-too restaurant. Taste is not the problem, but an attempt to do too much. I went in a group. We started off with the cocktails. These are highly recommended as they are unique. Each cocktail that we had, came with distinct taste. The vodka based ones were the best. We had an assortment of starters both veg as well as non-veg. These were done well especially one based on mushroom. After this we also had a grilled fish. This was slightly raw on the inside. The biggest disappointment was the main course, where we went with a mutton roganjosh. It takes a lot of effort to get roganjosh bad. Unfortunately the choice of pieces was not right at all. We only got bones to eat, with very little meat. The cutting at source itself was probably wrong. So, a decent place to hangout with a few drinks and starters but maybe not for dinner.

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