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The cherry on the top for Kempinski Hotel

Kempinski Ambience Hotel Delhi has launched its innovative lounge bar—The Cherry Bar—that sports a chic ambience, soft music and controlled lighting.

Published: 28th April 2013 10:07 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th April 2013 10:07 AM   |  A+A-

It’s is a chic new place for you to reinvent your soirees with a variety of exotic cocktails, premium beverages, flavourful food choices in the midst of relaxing lounge music. Kempinski Ambience Hotel Delhi has launched its innovative lounge bar—The Cherry Bar—that sports a chic ambience, soft music and controlled lighting.

Housed on the third floor of the Kempinski Ambience Hotel, at 1 Central Business District, near the Yumuna Sports Complex, the bar is an attractive venue with its great signature finger foods. “The East Delhi region never had an exclusive destination in a luxury hotel to unwind with family and friends over drinks but now they have one. The bar offers the largest most innovative selection of cherry based liqueurs in the city,” says general manager Vella Ramasawmy.

Some must-try beverages being offered at the bar are Vanderbilt, Ice Tree, Midnight Sun, Fruiting Bubbles and more. Bar manager Akshay Sood has a special recommendation—one must savour the Cherries from Heaven, their special offering. “Some of the  popular food and beverage pairing are Solarise with Chicken Lollipop, Brands of Coonawara Shiraz with Lamb Meat Balls and many others that are still being worked out,” he says.

 

The Sunday Standard



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