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Monkey Bar : Rooftop Dining Experience Like Never Before





A steaming hello to all the foodies from the city of joy! Hope all of you are having a delicious time. Team IYouth is back with some new discoveries to make sure you don’t miss out on anything happening in town. So this time our food expedition took us to this amazing place named as the “Monkey Bar”. Located on the ninth floor of Fort Knox building in the cosy lanes of Camac Street this pub cum eatery will give you a dining experience like never before . It has both indoor & outdoor seating arrangements but we will prefer the open outdoor rooftop ambience any day. Along with giving you an amazing view of the city it will also lighten you up instantly after a tiring week of work and chaos. Enjoy their hukkas and sip into your favourite liquor with some mouth watering food over good music and gossips with your squad.


Team’s Recommendation:


Starters : Order for the Butterfly Chicken along with the Fiery Smoky Beef.


Main Course: Don’t miss out on the special Butter Chicken infused Khichudi. This is their speciality and is not available anywhere else in town. You can thank me later for this one !


Drink/Freshner: Trying to get back sober we opted for the non alcoholic Mangaa Mojiti and Fresh Lime Soda . Both were equally refreshing.


Dessert: All the items in this section of the menu is equally outstanding so choose what your sweet tooth craves for.

Add On’s: Rooftop View, Hukkah, Liquor and Amazing Ambience.
Best Time To Visit: Post 5 P.M.
Pocket Pinch: 1600 For Two.

Blog By: Elisa Gupta

Images By: Abhishek Paul & Soham Mukherjee



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