Copper Chimney – Endless Charcoal Grill — Reviewed!

Last week Pune witnessed the grand opening of much loved Copper Chimney in one of the most happening malls – Phoenix Market City, Viman Nagar. It was a proud moment to be a part of the launch. Copper Chimney brand is synonym to succulent Kebabs, Biryanis and Curries. Copper Chimney is known for the scrumptious North Indian cuisine and to add on to the experience, they have first time launched the concept of 'The Endless Charcoal Grill' wherein the patrons can enjoy eating the signature kebabs.


Location: Located on the 3rd floor, the restaurant can be reached by taking the B-11 lobby. The logo of Copper Chimney and a big yellow door is easy to identify. The fine dine restaurant has a rustic classy interiors with group of copper bells hanging on the left and a sophisticated bar on the right. Hues of yellow and brown is an interesting combo used for the walls and the furniture. Brick effect to the wall gives a rural feeling. Minimalist yet impressive!


Food: Though signature items like the Burrah Chops, Chelo Kababs, Chicken Bharta and the Biryani are part of the menu but the main idea on the day of launch was to move on further with the tandoors and introduce people about the unlimited grills concept. Also, in order to celebrate their 44 years in the industry, they did a promotion for 2 days by offering the rates of the year 1972. Such a brilliant idea! Well, coming on to the launch, as soon as we entered, were greeted by the well trained staff, we headed towards our table.


The unlimited charcoal grills had veg (Rs.549+taxes) and non-veg (Rs.675+taxes) options. A platter of veg had Paneer Tikka, Gilafi Malai Seekh, Malai Tandoori Mushrooms, Chutney Aloo and Veg Shammi Kebab. While, non-veg had Reshmi Chicken Kebab, Murgh Angara, Peshawari Seekh and Amritsari Fish. 

We started with a warm bowl of comforting tomato soup. Balanced taste with a crunch of croutons!
A small serving of the veg portions were served to us on a warmer. It was a really good idea to keep the food warm till the end. Paneer Tikka was as fresh as ever, well marinated and grilled to perfection. Loved it with the mint chutney. Giladi Malai Seekh, sometimes, lose the moisture, but here they had just right amount of spices and flavours. Malai Tandoori mushrooms were stuffed and generously coated with the flavours. Veg Shami Kebabs were bit greasy, though the taste was intact. Loved every bite of it. Baby Potatoes coated with green chutney were also nicely grilled.

Biryani had two variants - Veg and Non-veg. And trust me, the veg biryani served to us was just so tasteful. Rich in aroma, flavours..just the way it should be! 

Overall, an evening well spent. Go out people for some amazing food, fine-dine experience at Copper Chimney. Do share your experiences in the comment below! Enjoy few more photos...

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