Tippling Street, the brand, is a realisation of a smoky and romantic Industrial – Victorian dream. The word ‘Tippling’ is derived from the ‘tipple’ which paints an image of casual inebriation with year old mates at the local watering hole. Tippling Street, a gastropub that owes its inspiration to erstwhile London’s street by the same name from the year 1920 and everything it stood for. Situated in one of Delhi’s biggest party hub, Tippling Street New Delhi is at the beating heart of Rajouri Garden in west Delhi area. A place that will teleport one from Delhi to London, the moment one walks in. Located just a few minutes from the nearest metro station, and a short drive from central Delhi, it’s very easy to reach at Tippling Street. Constructed on 3 floors, this vintage London themed gastropub can host upto 400 guests at once.
Gobind Chona by designation stands as the Managing Director of Tippling Street. With a family whose roots are deeply vested in the hospitality industry, Gobind is carving his own by brining to life Tippling Street, a gastropub that owes its inspiration to erstwhile London’s street by the same name from the year 1920, and everything it stood for. Gobind studied Hotel Management from Les Roches International, Switzerland, and then did his MSc in Hospitality Management from Oxford Brookes University. He travelled thereafter to find his inspiration which he duly found in London. An old soul himself, Gobind envisions Tippling Street to become London’s watering hole that Delhi comes to love.
Gobind works with the idea that the Hospitality industry has a very dynamic environment with ever evolving trends mandatorily making everyone get innovative with customer experiences which is great because it means each one is always thinking of fresh ideas to put to use and evolving individually as well. Tippling Street was born not just for his love of food but because he fell in love with the idea of what he could become by way of contributing to this industry and his patrons. The inspiration to open Tippling Street in Delhi stemmed from his love for the undying spirit of the people of this city which is something he has come to admire!