For a moment I thought the gate-keeper was a bald Virat Kohli!! I had seen Restaurants in India with "Right of Admission Reserved" sign posted right next to the uniformed gate keeper who lets in clients. I didn't know that these could be illegal. I had seen this in many South American cities. Usually to do with "men having to wear jacket/tie", "men having to be accompanied with a woman", and "NO children/dogs". Very often restaurants themselves provide the necessary cure (except onsite baby sitting) by handing out tie-jackets for the semi-dressed, or have a menu of escorts on the premises. Such restaurants always tend to allow parties of Two women, but rarely parties of Two men. I would have wondered if "ethnic" in Delhi should be the western outfit, such as the one the gate-keeper was wearing in the video ?