5 Quirky Things Like Mystery Rooms, Bowling & More To Try Out In West Delhi With Your Gang
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Are you always on the hunt for something new and quirky to try out? Then call us your besties because that’s exactly what we wanna do while we sit on our office desks day in, day out. And after few hours of browsing and 2 (or 4) cups of coffee, we came up with a list of the most fun and offbeat things to do when in West Delhi. Check them out!
1. Groove Silently @ Headphones
If Anushka and Ranbir’s silent disco party in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil got ya all excited, then Headphones Cafe is made for you. Ditching the cliched partying style, this one’s all up for experimenting. The moment you step inside the place, you’d be given your headphones and three genres of music (EDM, Sufi & Bollywood) to choose from. You can play your tunes and groove while slurping down the exotic cocktails with a side of their delicious Chicken Tikka!
Where | Headphones - 1, Club Road, Punjabi Bagh
Meal For Two | Rs 1,800
Check Out Their FB Page | https://www.facebook.com/headphones.delhi/
2. Visit The Sulabh International Museum Of Toilets
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Talk about quirky and we can’t think of anything better than checking out the super fun and interesting Sulabh International Museum Of Toilets which showcases the evolution of sanitation facilities in different countries. With a number of unique setups to browse through, the Toilet Museum sounds amusing to us, what about you?
Where | Sulabh International Museum Of Toilets - RZ-83, Sulabh Bhawan, Palam Dabri Road, Mahavir Enclave, Dwarka
Entry | Free
Timings | 8 AM - 8 PM
Call Them | +91 11 2505 3646
Here’s Their Website | http://www.sulabhtoiletmuseum.org/
3. Solve The Mysteries @ Mystery Rooms
If all you want is to spend your weekend in a li’l hatke fashion, then round up your pals, scamper over to Mystery Rooms and be a part of their ah-mazing experiences. They have a variety of missions on offer which includes a bomb defusing mission, prison break challenge and many others. The concept is to put you in real time (well, they look almost real) situations that you and your buddies need to escape from. Pro tip - Your experience will multiply with each participant, so make sure you don’t miss out on any of your friends, take them all!
Where | Mystery Rooms - B-7/9, Rajouri Garden, Ring Road
Entry (For Group Of Two) | Rs 1,800
Timings | 11 AM -11 PM
Call Them | +91 9899 007 238
Book Your Slots Online Here | http://www.mysteryrooms.in/book-now/
Check Out Their FB Page | https://www.facebook.com/mysteryrooms.rajourigarden/
4. Go Bowling @ X Pins Down
It’s time to end your hunts for some new cool spot in West Delhi because this place is all you need to spend a jovial evening with your squad. From basketball, bowling, air hockey, foosball to virtual reality games like Fruit Ninja, cricket, Head Soccer, Balloon Shooter and Star Wars, they’ve got it all. So, get your game on and check this one out!
Where | X Pins Down - Building No. 13, North West Avenue, Club Road, Punjabi Bagh
Gaming Packages Starting At | Rs 599
Timings | 11 AM - 12 Midnight
Call Them | +91 11 4704 6502
Check Out Their FB Page | https://www.facebook.com/XPinsDown/
5. Nibble On These Quirky Dishes
And if food is your bae too (just like us), then there’s no better place than West Delhi (after Chandni Chowk) for you to have your #UltimateCheatDay. But because we like to keep things interesting, we tell you about the quirkiest dishes to try. Start your foodie date with the Shahensha Burger at SFI Campus in Janakpuri, followed by a plate of Pizza Samosa from Kumar Samose Wala in Moti Nagar, leading on to a scrummy meal of Pav Bhaji Cones courtesy Decode, Rajouri Garden.
So, where are you headed this weekend West Delhi walo?