-By Marryam H Reshii
Aangan makes an attempt to cater to the Western palate with its emphasis on non-greasy food and on not being unduly heavy on spices. Many of the clientele seem to be Westerners and it must be said that Aangan and its rather intrusive live music are quite popular with them. The objets d'art in the restaurant represent the historical regions of Indraprastha and Hastinapur. Bhutte ka Kebab and Hara Bhara Kebab are among the appetizers it serves. Lahsuni Jheenga — tiger prawns marinated with fresh garlic and spices — is among Aangan's specialities. Raan-e-Aangan, Dal Makhni, Nargisi Kofta and Deghi-e-Aangan are worth a shot too. You may also go for their prawn curry Jheenga Latpata. Enjoy the traditional Aangan.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Aangan is serving common delicacies, however, there is a twist the food here is non greasy and lighter on spices for suiting one and all. In other words, you get light and healthy food in our own Chandni Chowk.
The must eat dishes here are Lahsuni Jheenga, Raan-e-Aangan, Deghi-e-Aangan, Bhutte ka Kebab as well as Hara Bhara Kebab and the list seems endless. Aangan also receives foreigners due to its lighter versions of otherwise spicy food.
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