-By Marryam H Reshii
Fire was the very first Indian restaurant to have minimalistic dccor combined with a regional Indian menu. Recently, the menu has changed focus from regional to modern Indian food. Some signatures still remain. You can still get Daab Chingri and it will be as good as ever. Now it has been joined by fun starters based on street food like Bhune Makai ki Bhel, which is a tangy mixture of roasted corn, rice crispies and diced apricots in a novel 'cone', and Narangi Black Cod with coriander relish. Then, there is Galouti Kebab from Lucknow, with its trademark hint of black pepper and mace. All the desserts mix Indian sweets with Western concepts and are highly recommended.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
I went to this restaurant with my family. The place is a quiet and pleasing one which i personally liked. I liked the fact that the place was very neat and tidy. The menu had a wide variety to savour. The quality of the food was excellent. Had a good time.
Review posted more than a year ago
The decor is exotic, serene, and romantic. Just stepping in here eases the pressures of the daily grind off your mind. The place somhow seems like a corridor that has been manufactured into a pleasant restaurant. Now the food: very high quality! The only exception was the 'dahi' which I found to have turned a bit while it was 'Street Foods of India' feast fest there. The chef on that account remained unconvinced though. Everything on the menu here tastes truly blissful. Just go there as often as you can.
Favorite Dishes / Drinks: Malabari Prawns,
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