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Took a high seat and what a sunset view! Gorgeous. Servers are quick and will guide you through the menu. What you can expect is the classic Indian food with some street food. Many popular dishes are Chaats, Dal Makhani, Shaam Savera curry, Butter Naan to name a few. We tried the tasting-portions of the following....
- Tamatar Dhaniya ka Shorba (3.5/5)
- Dal Dahi Shorba (3/5)
- Aloo Papdi Chaat (4.5/5)
- Sikandari Paneer Tikka (4.5/5)
- Khade Masale ka Paneer Tikka (4.5/5)
- Dahi ke Kebab (3.5/5)
- Tandoori Bhuna Aloo (5/5)
- Paneer Dumpling Makhani (4.5/5)
- Banarasi Kofta (4/5)
- Shaam Savera (4.5/5)
- Khamiri Roti and Burgi Parantha (4.5/5)
- Daal Baati Churma (3.5/5)
- Nariyal Ice-cream and Boondi ka Laddoo Ice-cream (4/5)
Street food is the most popular attraction on the menu. Wanted to try all of them but zeroed down on Aloo Papdi Chaat. Crunchy flat papdis loaded with sweet, spicy, tangy, hot flavour chutneys, potatoes, and sev. What could go wrong? This dish was burst of flavours in the mouth. Highly Recommended!
From the starters, we tried Sikandari Paneer Tikka, Khade Masale ka Paneer Tikka and Dahi ke Kebab. First thing first, super fresh, cottony, melt-in-mouth Paneer was used in the Tikka. Sikandari tikka had the marination of hung curd and cashews which was not too sweet. Loved the subtle flavours. As the name suggests hand crushed whole spices were used in the other variant of Paneer Tikka. Medium spiced, simple yet satiating appetizer.
Dahi ka Kebab was a bit let down. the filling needed more flavours and punch. Preparation was on point though. The chutney was yum.
One such dish for which I can come over and over again is the Tandoori Bhuna Aloo. Deep fried discs of baby potatoes slathered with sonth chutney, chaat masala, onions and tomatoes. Super addictive. A must try dish. Highly Recommended!
From the main course, we wanted to try the Shaam Savera but were insisted to taste Banarasi Kofta and Paneer Dumpling Makhani as well accompanied by Khamiri Roti and Burgi paratha. A good choice, I must say. Shaam Savera was eye-pleasing. Spinach and dry fruits stuffed cottage cheese kofta in rich makhani gravy. The koftas were soft and the gravy was perfectly balanced and medium spiced.
Next was the Banarasi Kofta. The regular potato and paneer based koftas in cashew curry. Medium sweet with rich tomato flavour. Though all the curries might have the same base, the taste and preparation was totally different. Very unique. Had it with the layered Burgi Parantha.
Paneer Dumpling Makhani was loved by one and all. Paneer dumplings (looks like rasgulla; but it's not) in the silky smooth, buttery, tomato and cashew curry. Looking at the texture, one can identify the makhani preparation. The best pairing was layered soft Khamiri roti. Oh so yum. Must try.
Was excited to try the Dal Baati Churma. But, it did not live upto the expectations. Panchmel Dal was thick and super delicious, no complaints. Roasted Baati would have taken the dish to the next level. Loaded with ghee the baati was soft. However, it is supposed to be hard from outside and soft from inside. Conveyed to the chef. Churma was too sweet and minimal use of ghee made me skip it.
Lastly, over to the desserts. Handful of choices for sweets, we opted for Nariyal Barfi Ice-cream and Boondi Laddoo Ice-cream. Both were unique and felt like eating the sweet itself. So well made.