-By Rashmi Uday Singh
Kangan (bangle) takes its name very seriously. Look out for the bangle maker who sits in the restaurant. You can order your kangan and by the time your meal is over, they will be ready. There's drama on the 18th floor of Goregaon Westin Hotel. With dim and low lighting and candles all around, enjoy dining at Kangan "in the dark". The interactive show kitchen (with live tandoor oven) at the heart of the Indian restaurant pays homage to the richness of traditional dishes while serving contemporary interpretations. Rustic North-West Frontier flavours marry culinary traditions of the Middle East, Iran and Afghanistan, producing dishes like Peshawari Paneer Tikka and Tandoori Broccoli (gongura-stuffed cottage cheese and broccoli marinated with Peshawari spices). The recommendations? Rajma Galouti Kebab, Zaffrani Murgh Kalmi Kebab, Murgh Handi Korma and Jhinga Khada Masala. Vegetarians will love the expanded section dedicated to them with highlights like Aloo Bukhara Kofta (prune and cheese-stuffed vegetable dumplings with onion yoghurt curry) and the signature Dal Kangan. Plenty on the menu for Jains too. End with the Khubani Shahi Tukda. P.S. Kangan has Set Dinner Menus which include appetizer, soup, main course and dessert, namely, Kulfi Faluda (Veg: Rs. 1,500, Non-veg: Rs. 1,800 and Seafoood: Rs. 2,950) Picks on the seafood menu could include lobster, river sole fish or prawns. Two private dining rooms at this dinner-only restaurant.
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