-By Rashmi Uday Singh
It’s noisy and they don’t take reservations (long wait on weekends), but for the consistently good and affordably priced fare (succulent meat prepared with minimum grease), it’s worth visiting one of their four branches (two in Andheri, one in Mulund and another in Ghatkopar). From the memorable spark of nimbu in the Nimbu Chicken to the firm yet tender Paneer or Surmai ke Tikkey as well as Kandhari Murgh or Malai Kebabs, robust Punjabi flavours leap from the plate to give me a jhappi. Typically Rajkare Rajma, Pakodewali Kadhi and Sarson da Saag with Makki ki Rotis. Extensive selection of tawa items and kebabs here. Do try the Peshawari Mutton and Saag Murgh and wind-up with the outstanding (seasonal) Gajar ka Halwa (Jalebi with Rabadi available year round, but their jalebis are not as crisp as I’d like). Trip out on Ganna Singh, Khadak Singh (cocktails) and super masalewala Nimbu Paani. Enjoy the colourful, mismatched crockery, the menu on the blackboard, the dholaks and charpais in this large, comfy, buzzing, air-conditioned eatery and bar. P.S. Happy Hours from 7pm-8pm on weekdays. Buy one-get one on domestic selections only.rn
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