You'd rather ask people around for finding this place in the crowded lanes of Hauz Khas village completely on your own is a task. But help is available at every corner for Moonshine Cafe and Bar is quite the popular joint I've been told.
On a rain-drenched afternoon, I landed at this interesting place that only surprised me every second. Concept-wise, it's interestingly unusual- divided into two segments, each catering to a different kind of audience and hosting different bands and performers every night. Think an American highway restaurant and add a bit more grunge to it- that's what the place feels like. I was almost set to put my feet up on the table and order a beer! No wonder the place is fast catching up in popularity. Good job guys!
The menu here isn't expansive and has been kept to the essentials- which is great coz you aren't going there for a gourmet meal anyway! The place isn't claiming to be what it isn't and this unabashed acceptance of itself works like how.
I have to admit I hadn't walked into the place with any expectation. Turns out I came out of the place and called two friends asking them to check it out! Give this one a shot for sure- Moonshine Cafe is quite an exciting option. The next thing on my mind? Going for their weekly Bollywood night!