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A 'no holes barred no hand holding' experience through a cream and butter orgy. Order Bhatti da Murgh, made with black pepper instead of red chilli which is a nice twist on Tandoori Chicken. All the favourites are there — Harra Bharra Kebab, Veg and Non Veg Galouti, Amritsari Fish, seekhs and tikkas. More unusual is the delicately spiced Salmon Tikka, the Tandoori Jheenga with massive tiger prawns, champ and the Tandoori Duck. Dessert Platter is spectacular — litchi ki tehri, a home-made rabdi with bits of litchi, gulab jamun with a stuffing of white or dark chocolate and the Phirni with bits of apple. Great North Indian food, huge portions and very well trained senior service!

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Trikaya at Aditya Shagun Mall is a fresh-looking, fine-dining restaurant. It is one of the most delightful Oriental restaurants in the city and certainly the best in the Pashan, Baner area. Before you even start on the new menu, I would urge you to try something from their extensive bar menu. For starters, order a large selection of small plates - the Basa in Five Willow Sauce and the Fish Edamame in Citrus Ponzu are excellent choices. The cigar rolls of crispy filo pastry filled with duck or goat cheese and mushroom are outstanding. Do try the Pork Satay, Singapore style with a truly authentic peanut sauce. For the main course, the new Asian char grills served on a hot plate are beautifully seasoned - try the Sliced Lamb with Bean Sprouts and the Himalayan Trout. Try the Hainanese Chicken Rice with steamed chicken, chicken broth, traditional chilli and ginger sauce and rice cooked in stock - authentic look, feel and taste. Other favourites are Chilli Corn Sticky Fried, Japanese Yakisoba Noodles, Malaysian Nasi Lemak and Singaporean Char Kway Teow, the flat wok-fried noodles you find most often in a Singaporean hawker market. If you have a sweet tooth, it is often difficult to find satisfaction in an Oriental restaurant. However, the Red Velvet Cake and the trio of Asian sweets - Date and Coconut Shau Mai, Lotus Seed Coffee Bun (yum yum), and glutinous Rice Bowls in Coconut Milk - are all to die for here. Chef Nilesh Limaye's experience makes all the difference. Commendable is the team at Trikaya for producing such a lovely environment, eager to please service and generally a high level of sophistication in terms of the cuisine.

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Buzz: 3.5/5 | Décor: 4/5

-By Karen Anand

Check out cocktails (Mohito, Margarita and Bloody Mary) and mocktails (Mint Spring, Merry Melow, Magical Ming) at Trikaya, the fresh-looking, fine-dining resto-bar at Aditya Shagun Mall. For the food part, there are Thai, Malaysian, Indonesian, Chinese and North Indian dishes on offer. The Peking Duck is served with the pancakes rolled with duck meat as well as skin. The Vietnamese Basa Fish in a mild, three-flavoured sauce is outstanding. Also worth checking out are the Balinese BBQ Chicken and Prawn in Brandy Sauce. Vegetarians will be happy with the range of starters. The salads are less impressive. Desserts are well thought out. Commendable is the team at Trikaya for producing such a lovely environment, eager-to-please service and generally a high level of sophistication in terms of cuisine.

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