-By Deepali Gupta
One of the most celebrated faces of Indian cuisine, Sanjeev Kapoor seems to have realized the potential of restaurants in Noida and Ghaziabad. Enter his Yellow Chilli and you get an assurance of a wide range of delectable dishes and a warm service for a meal. And they live up to the reputation for the most part. The food includes everything from appetizers, soups, salads and kebabs to a host of vegetarian and non-vegetarian curries. The variety of vegetarian and sweet dishes is equally impressive with Konkan food served with fish. Shaam Savera (spinach dumplings in honey-flavoured gravy) and Lulla Murra Dal are good to taste. Aloo Nazakath, Ahad-e-Changezi and Adraki Jhinga add taste to your mouth before the main-course food. Pashtooni Jashn is worth a try. You could try Tari Wala Murgh, Murgh Mirch Kadhai, Indian Tawa Subzi, Bhutta Palak, Paneer Hara Bhara, Lazeez Tikka Masala, Mirchi ka Salan and Veg Tikka Masala. Running a chain of restaurants is not as easy as hosting TV shows, however.
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