Indian food haven! Go in blindfolded and expect to be wowed.
The food is prepared with a lot of love and it reflects in the fine quality of the final product. Simple and no pretence, kebab gali is the best bet to gorge on fine Indian Mughlai cuisine.
Ambience : it is a simple humble restaurant next door. It’s spread across a small area with a reasonable sitting and simple earthy interiors. There is no whim about it but they churn out quick and delicious food.
Service: The staff is quick & efficient. They are adequately acquainted with the menu and food arrives in good speed.
Food: The menu is vast in terms of Indian food diversity goes and each dish is worth a try.
All the dishes were visually stunning and left my palate wanting for more.
Dahi ke kebab were magical. Silky gooey seasoned thick curd deep fried with a light golden crust and a soft oozy center. This was among the best Indian starters I have ever tasted.
Galouti kebab came with sweet saffron warqi paranthas. The galouti was beautifully seasoned and melted in the mouth. The parantha elevated the dish to another level. Straight winner.
Chicken khurchan with parantha was tangy and spicy cooked with peppers and tasted lovely.
Soya tikka was tender and well marinated, cooked to the point.
Paneer tikka was very well made and the paneer was as soft as my palate could imagine.
Dohra kebab was a chicken and a mutton seekh with essential Indian spices. A bit on the dry side but delicious never the less.
Chapli kebab was soft and innovative in terms of ingredient composition. Taste wise, average.
Garlic chicken tikka was succulent and sumptuous. Full marks.
Main course was another level up with delicious rich dal makhni, perfectly sweet and spicy butter chicken and a tart spicy fish curry. Biryanis are a speciality here. The mutton biryani was made in the traditional earthen pot with tender chunky mutton pieces and aromatic saffron rice with a hit of desi masalas.
Verdict: The perfect Indian restaurant in the hood. Fresh, fast, delicious grub made with quality produce which delivers an excellent experience.
The prices are an extra bonus because they won’t leave a hole in the pocket and are so so reasonable.
This should definitely be the restaurant you hit when you crave some good ol’ kebab and biryani fervour!
Cost/ person : Rs 700
Will I visit again? Yes