TGI Fridays, Connaught Place

We decided to have a boys lunch out, so the father, brother and me planned to meet up at TGI Fridays, Connought Place.

First off, the music wasn’t at loud as I thought it would be, which is good. The artifacts style of decor I learnt, it on its way out – sad.

Anyhow, lets come to the food. The chicken wings were served with a large portion of sour cream with vegetables, a few sticks of celery [which could be better] and a little dipping bowl of a vinegary dip. The Nachos with cheese, sour cream, chicken and guacamole came in a huge mountain format. It was nice, but nothing to write home about. Out of all we ate, this was something I’ll probably never order again. Demolished two pitchers of beer. Ordered a rack of ribs and lemon chicken. The ribs were served pre-cut with onion rings [baaaad] and a salad of sorts [baaaad], but in themselves they were wonderfully flavoured and tender. The lemon chicken was a single breast sliced in two, served with a portion of green beans with angel hair pasta.

All in all, a nice experience. The service isn’t top quality though. If the staff could resist the temptation to head to the entry counter and begin yakking, they could probably notice beckoning glances and gestures a lot quicker.

Rating: 2.5/5 | Meal for two: 2000


By Sid Khullar

Sid Khullar is a wellness coach who works with different aspects of lifestyle change towards the accomplishment of goals such as weight loss and blood sugar management among other health situations that require the presence of specialised, precise diets and lifestyle change. His methods address aspects of food, nutrition and the mind.