-By Karen Anand
A cousin of the Mumbai's Kareem's, this one also serves VFM, scrumptious kebabs, biryanis and curries. The small kitchen bustles right there as platefuls of fragrant biryanis and kebabs are briskly served. Dishes to go for are succulent kebabs like Murgh Nizami Kabab (like a chicken tikka), Reshmi Kebab, Murg Malai Kebab, Mutton Seekh Kebab (bit spicy), and Burrah Chaanp (mutton chops). The Magaz Masala (brain in a fragrant tomato-coriander-onion gravy) is quite delicious. Although the Nalli ke Nihari is nothing like its Lucknavi cousin, the lamb shanks are melt-in-mouth and the gravy is as smooth as silk. This is clearly not a restaurant for vegetarians, although there are a few items of the menu. Rotis like Rogini Naan, Khamiri and Taftan were disappointing. Probably better to stick to the naan and Tandoori Roti. A good option is takeaway.
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