I Sacked Newton one of the new additions to Noida’s bistros, is themed as an traditional English pub and bar. It brings the best tradition of England with Victorian Furniture, and a live kitchen concept for their pizzas.
Located at Logix City Centre Mall, I Sacked Newton implies ‘gravity get high’. I Sacked Newton has some interesting mocktails and shakes for you to try. Being a
Their Kit Kat shake was quite a refreshing drink to start off an enjoyable evening. For starters, we tried their dim sums which tasted pretty good, but were slightly overcooked making the coating too soft to hold the filling inside.
A very unique attempt with paneer kebabs were an introduction of roasted and ground peanuts stuffed into the soft kebabs to give it a twist. The crunch you feel when you bite into the cubes really changes the way you perceive a usual paneer starter.
I Sacked Newton’s Teriyaki chicken stir fry was a yummy dish. The stir fried shredded chicken cooked in chilli teriyaki sauce will make you wipe clean the plate and ask for more.
Trying something Indian was a must on my list of to dos here, and I was not disappointed with their chat on baby spinach. A very refreshing and unique chat dish – it was both healthy and tasty. Fresh crispy spinach, served with papri, beaten yoghurt and pomegranate, and a pinch of chat masala – oh yum! This dish must be on your list.
Being a pizza fan, I must say it is very sad when your otherwise great pizza lands on your table with barely any salt! While their Kerala chicken pizza looked delicious and was well cooked, the lack of salt was a bit offputting. You might want to take the pizzas with a grain of salt; literally.
Moving over to happy endings, a must try from their dessert menu is their ‘Heaven in a bowl’. This beauty is meant to be shared with your friends, as it comes in a huge bowl dripping with extra calories. A large chunk of brownie topped with multiple scoops of vanilla and chocolate ice cream, and some hot chocolate sauce – all that needs to make a sweet tooth go weak on the knees. It is a sight to behold!
Also, you must try the honey and fig ice cream. Although a rather new flavour for many patrons, who prefer to stick to the classics like chocolate, butterscotch and vanilla, you never know you might like this new ice cream even more than your usual preference
Moreover, evenings at the eatery are quite interesting with live music and Karaoke nights on weekends. What’s more exciting is that their DJ console is a replica of the Buckingham palace!