Review: “Delhi’s Nightlife at Urban Pind”

Last Updated on October 10, 2008 by Christine Kaaloa

Just because you don’t see young and hip Delhiites on the streets, doesn’t mean a young and chic urban culture doesn’t exist. Delhi has a nightlife that’s cosmopolitan, gorgeous and happening. My friend, Sandeep took me out for a night on the town. We sped off to Greater Kailash and entered the   attractive nightlife of Shalom Lounge and Urban Pind. Both were glowing hotspots dressed in fashionable and classy appeal.

“Finally, a nightclub that redeems the notion of a nightlife in Delhi!”

Urban Pind was my favorite of the two. It was sophistication mixed with Indian cosmopolitan chic. The moment you enter the door, handsome hosts dressed in all white suits stand to greet you. You catch the light breeze of citrus in the air and feel like you’ve walked into elegance! A world away from the dust and pollution outside.

The music is pumping, but not to a deafening level. The faux Khujurao sculptures add to subtle, erotic undertones to the dimmed atmosphere, while rooftop bar lends itself to open conversations, fun mingling and crowd watching. The Indian spiced drink was on the musky herbal side; nonetheless, it was a unique signature drink!

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  • Though it has been almost 60 years since we have gained independence still the tendency to discrimanate flows in our blood. At Urban Pind one of the so called hep places in Delhi , me and couple of my friends were made to wait for 20 mins before someone let us know that we will not be allowed entry. The behaviour was as if restaurant is doing great service to us by allowing us entry.
    The reason we are Indians and we are Stags !!

    People like these are born and brought up in India but still will be ready todo everything for stag foriegners also but when it comes to serving Indians they will behave as if sometjing out of the world has happened.

    I still have no issues if they tell politely to their customers about their rules.but they way the customers are treated are actually as if you are unwanted guests out there begging for food.

    I vowed never to go there at any cost and spread the message to as many people as I can.
    I encourage you to visit this place once to experience for yourself how Indians are treated there.

    Its as good as putting Dogs and Indians (Stags) are not allowed but Foriegners are allowed !!!