-By Marryam H Reshii
It's a celebration of kitsch that is guaranteed to leave you in misery. It isn't that Aadab doesn't try, it does. There's Bennigans at the ground level in the form of calorie-rich, cheesy American food and then, there's Aadab on the first floor that pretty much recreates the cliche of an Indian restaurant of the 1970s. One cannot say which pips the race to an artery-clogging finish but dyspeptic nightmares are guaranteed to follow. Still, if you must, you could try the Quesadillas - basically parathas cut into triangles. The Murgh Malai Kabab is worth a shot - tender and succulent; but the Burrah Kabab is a bit like the miniatures that adorn the walls - fake. For the main course, the one dish that stands out is the Fire-Grilled Shrimps from Bennigans menu. The St Shandon Steak is a huge let-down. But Bennigans would certainly win hands down over the Indian menu.
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