-By Marryam H Reshii
Suddenly, regular Indian food has gone completely out of fashion. Now, it is Indian food with a twist. Infusion, short for Indian Fusion, does it with flair. While their desserts are absolutely fabulous (don't miss the deadly Chai Pannacotta),rnsome starters are more equal than others: Tandoori Mussels are unusual in an Indian restaurant. Good main courses veerrnbetween Aat Ghante Nalli, lamb shanks that have been braised till the stock becomes jellied, and Malabari Grilled Sole, whose sauce has a Kerala touch. A few things don't work but amidst the pretty profusion of pristine white jalis, at leastrnthey're trying to carve a niche.
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At Infusion they have picked up some of my favorite Indian dishes and have added some international ingredients to create unmatched and very likable taste of food. I truly appreciate their efforts and love their French Herb ka Murgh Seena, Lamb Keema Lahori and Zafaran Lassi. A place worth visiting for delicious and innovative dishes.
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