-By Ameeta Agnihotri
Dewberry's is located in a house that has been changed to a resturant. In keeping with the fusion theme, start with a love-in-a-berry, a drink in which teensy weensy bits of strawberry play hide-and-seek in a poutishly pink slush and ice cubes or a Chili Twist that. For starters, the Chicken Tortellini, Chicken Parcels fried and tossed in a delicious creamy sauce, is suggested. The Paneer-el-Frito that comes with pineapple sticks in Chilli Butter Sauce is as nice as it is interesting, unlike the Caramelle Fruity Bruschetta (caramelized fruits with a sprinkle of cheese) which is a little too strange to palate. For the main course, the Fruitlettes (a signature series in which each dish comes with a farm fresh serving of fruits on the side) come highly recommended, but they just about pass muster. From the pasta section, the pasta alfredo is tasty enough without being astounding, while the Guangzhao Prawns Sizzler, Garlic Butter-soaked Prawns, is a winner. The simply chocolate dessert is one of the best deals of a meal here, consisting of layers of biscuit, ice cream and chocolate.
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i went Dewberry's with some of the friends late Saturday evening. The interiors were plush and opulent. I like the way they have decorated the ambiance of the restaurant. It is comfortable, relaxing and refreshing too. we ordered variety. i had chicken tortellini and paneer-el-frito. other things on the table were chicken parcels fried, guangzhao prawns sizzler and caramelle fruity bruschetta. i like the food. chicken parcels fried was yummy and delectable. service was good too. certainly deserves many more visits.
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