-By Rashmi Uday Singh
No one in Malad finds it absurd to eat a North-West Frontier meal in a dimly lit tropical jungle! Only a national-award winning Bollywood-film set designer and architect could've made the eighth floor of a building sprout banyan trees, nodding giraffes, waterfalls and wooden machans all dramatically and dimly lit. Jungle Mein Mangal, the name of their scrumptious signature dessert (mix of Gulab Jamun and Rasogullas) could characterize the quality of all the food here. Enjoy the refreshing Aam Panna, their signature welcome drink. Order Hare Pattewala Murgh and the zingy baby potato Bharatpur ki Chaat. Slow-cooked buttery Black Dal and the tangy Vanwasi Subzi are winners. As are the fragrant Dum ki Zaffrani Biryani and the Wholewheat Naan, Raane- Machaan, Junglee Masalon ki Raan, and Amritsari Kulcha. Skip seafood, greasy Raans and passable Tunda Kebabs. There's a great North Indian-VFM Buffet Lunch (Rs.398 on weekdays; Rs.534 on weekends) and Dinner (Rs.478 weekdays and Rs.534 weekends; no Dinner Buffets on Mondays); over 25 dishes. Check out their live barbecue and pasta counters. Jungle mein gadbad!
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