-By Swati Sucharita
The menu at Yakshaa has the usual suspects, like Indian Chinese, (Chilly Chicken, Gobi 65, Crispy Chilly Baby Corn and its ilk) and Indian Tandoori (Paneer Tikka, Tandoori Chicken, Murgh Malai Kebab) which you would find in any multi-cuisine restaurant in any Indian metro. They have a popular lunch buffet at under Rs. 300 (inclusive of taxes and a beer/mocktail), which is good value-for-money. The good news is that even the much-tried-and-tested dishes here have a freshness to them. The décor, retained from the restaurant's earlier avatar (with a different ownership) as Nirvana, with muted lighting, stone walls and aesthetic colour coordinates, and an island bar situated in the middle, contributes to a pleasant dining ambience.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Yakshaa has a nice indoor seating area. It looks comfortable and is also very striking. Interiors are pleasant and very hospitable too. similarly, service is great too. waiters and staffs are very prompt and quick. They are friendly and cordial too. food is average. I have eaten Chilly Chicken, Gobi 65, Crispy Chilly Baby Corn, Paneer Tikka, Tandoori Chicken and Murgh Malai Kebab. Out of all, most I like was the kebabs and Chilly Chicken. They were amazing and yummy.
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