-By Marryam H Reshii
The showpiece restaurant of not only Delhi or NCR but of the whole country has received more awards and hosted more international dignitaries than any other in India. Almost three decades after its inception, the formula remains the same: rustic simplicity with low seating, an air of easy informality and North India's first open kitchen. It has an intentionally small menu consisting of ten non-vegetarian and six vegetarian kebabs. Tandoori Burrah, Bukhara Raan and Paneer Tikka are but three of their hottest sellers. The crowds that throng here night after night pay homage to the fact that they have never let their standards drop. The seating is low, there is no cutlery except on request, and VIPs and the likes of you and me are seated shoulder to shoulder: this restaurant has no private dining rooms. Dal Bukhara has spawned imitations across the city.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
I went back to Bukhara recently after almost ten years and the place is in a time warp.and I mean that in a good way! everything from the sofa covers, to the quality of the Raan and the Dal Bukhara is exactly as how I remember it. Do remember to order the
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