-By Karen Anand
This strikingly smart and modern place has complementing red and black decor and tables in steel and marble. While you can feast on the Breakfast (7am to 10am for Rs. 375) and Lunch Buffet (12.30pm to 3pm for Rs. 299), dinners are only a la carte. You may choose to go for the whole buffet with a glass of wine/beer or for the express buffet with soup, salad, sandwich and dessert. The Hot ‘n’ Sour Soup is nice, but the salads aren’t particularly innovative. The Rajma Galouti is a vegetarian version of the famous melt-in-the-mouth Galouti Kebab. Equally good is the assorted non-veg kebab platter, Khazana-e-Lazeez. Those of you who don’t like spicy things can try Parma Chicken (chicken breast stuffed with Parmesan cheese), an Italian dish that is served with spaghetti and Napolitan sauce. Even the Thai Pineapple Fried Rice is good. Desserts include Darsaan (deep-fried honey noodles) and the all-time favourite, Chocolate Mud Pie. The restaurant is quiet and is just the kind of place you should go to for an uninterrupted meeting or a quiet dinner. Service is excellent
Review posted more than 6 month ago
I went to this place with my bunch of friends. The place was new for all of us so we were not sure of what we should order. I liked the tandoori chicken a lot. The drinks also complimented it to the fullest. I liked the place. Will visit again.
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