-By Rashmi Uday Singh
A decade later, it's as popular as ever. Kareem's kebab fans need not travel all the way to Bandra for they now have branches in Andheri, Powai and Malad. As you walk along Bandra's Carter Road's restaurant row and approach Gelato Italiano, follow your nose to the teeming-with-activity, tiny shack. It barely covers four cafeteria-style benches and briskly serves platefuls of fragrant biryanis, kebabs and curries. Order the succulent Burrah Chop, flavoursome Murgh Kali Mirch, Raan Rice, Methi Gosht and Methi Chicken. Regulars swear by the Dal Makhni and tikkas, Nizami Rolls, Murgh Makhanwala and Bheja Masala but my vote goes to the tender kebabs with the delicate hand-kerchief-thin Roomali Roti. Biryanis squeak by, but specials like Dabba Gosht, Paya Masala, Tawa Keema Kaleji and Nalli Nihari are worth trying. Kareem's recommends their boneless rawas, pomfret and prawns. Vegetarians, they've got you covered with Subzi Miloni. End with the luscious Shahi Tukda. P.S. Raan served only from Fridays to Sundays.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
I just the food served at Kareem's. they serve amazing Burrah Chop, Murgh Kali Mirch, and Methi Chicken. Besides, they also have delicious kebabs and tikkas. Nizami Rolls and Bheja Masala are too good to have. The fares are luscious and scrumptious. They look tempting and mouth-watering. Service of Kareem’s is fast and friendly. Staffs are hospitable and welcome guests with love. Décor is average but a nice place to have food at.
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