It will be hard to find a table if you just walk-in, especially on weekends. Better book a table beforehand to be on the safer side. But looking at the speed with which they have opened new branches, who knows, you may soon have a branch right next to your house! Another alert. Don’t go salivating with visions of large chunks of steaks and chops, just because the place is named Barbeque Nation. The restaurant has an impressive décor spread over 5,000sq ft of space, replete with exposed brick cladding and worn wood, covered with tensile tents. Cheery and very comfy. Chilli–Garlic Chicken, Tandoori Tangdi, Fish Sarsonwala, Mutton Awadhi Seekh Kebab, Veg Shammi Kebab, Oriental Cream Veg, Mediterranean Mushroom and Paneer Chutneywala are served with interesting sauces. Check out their buffets: Mon–Sat lunch: `518 for veg and `573 for non-veg; Sunday lunch: `709 for veg and `819 for non-veg. Dinners are grand affairs with weekend rates kicking in as early as Wednesday, Mon-Tue dinner: `600 for veg and `713 for non-veg, Wed–Sun: `764 for veg and `873 for non-veg. For children in the age group of 3–9yrs, veg and non-veg food is served for `369 (lunch and dinner). If you arrive by 7.30pm for dinner on Wednesday through Sunday, you will get the “earlybird special”. Find out which one suits you best!
Review posted within last 6 month
The kababs were bland and not well done. The service was slow too.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
EXCELLENT FOOD AND EXCELLENT SERVICE
Favorite Dishes / Drinks: PEACH ICE TEA
Review posted more than a year ago
Well, the Critic who reviewed this place must be a puritan, with the notion of a Barbeque being only possible in a rustic, Western farmstead and with a skewered whole animal being grilled on fire. If he had looked at it with a little broader spectrum, with Indian equivalent of the term, he would have had a more charitable opening to his remark! You certainly relish food when you take it without preconceived notions.
Favorite Dishes / Drinks: All the Starters - this is one place, where the drinks are secondary, food takes precedence.
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