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+91 70242 70017 |
weekday 17:00 - 00:00
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audience rating 3.3 stars from 16 votes - click to vote
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Gay café bar & restaurant in New Delhi that welcomes all LGBT, friends and allies. Chez Jerome serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee and drinks in a laid-back setting, overlooking the centuries-old Qutb Minar.
Chez Jerome features live music, karaoke and hosts special weekly events including Bi- and Pan-sexual Night every 2nd Thursday of the month.
Located within the same building as Mykonos Spa. Once inside, take the lift to the top floor. Nearby landmarks include Crescent Mall, Hanuman Mandir, CNG gas station.
Central location. Great for shopping & sightseeing. Includes breakfast. Was $224 USD. Now $142 USD. | click here
Excellent value. Stylish design. Boutique choice. Includes breakfast. Was $75 USD. Now $50 USD. | click here
Excellent dining. Great gym & spa. Value for money. Includes breakfast. Now $208 USD. | click here
Budget option. Excellent views. Modern rooms. Includes breakfast. Now $55 USD. | click here
New Delhi's finest. Great for shopping & sightseeing. Includes breakfast. Now $142 USD. | click here
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Forte Grand Complex, Chanakya Lane (behind the Egyptian Embassy), Chanakya Puri, New Delhi
| +91 11 2687 8320 |
audience rating 3.9 stars from 24 votes - click to vote
Pepper (formerly “Pegs and Pints”) is New Delhi’s longest-running gay club that has a gay party every Tuesday night. The crowd is a mix of Asians, local Indians and some expats. The place has two levels and gets busy after 11pm.
Located on Chanakya Lane at the Forte Grand Complex (behind the Egyptian Embassy, towards the end of the road).