Wood Fire Grill, Kothrud- Reviewed!

Wood Fire Grill is a newbie nestled in a quiet lane off MIT road, Kothrud. Setting the right mood, or ambience, plays an important role in customer satisfaction, in which Wood Fire Grill completely passed. This place has everything- convenient location, the classy d├ęcor, the warm service and good food with a choice of barbeque not only on the table but also in outdoor seating. However, for barbeque they have Veg and Non-Veg platter.

Perfectly suited for friends, family, couple or even for meetings. They even have ample parking space.

It was an exclusive invitational event by the FoodProwl! The menu was fixed and being a vegetarian, I had limited choices. However, FoodProwl made sure I am not left hungry! :)

I am glad, I leant the nuances of some non-vegetarian cuisines as well. Here, is the list of the menu served.

Soups and Salad:
Murg badami Shorba
Lemon Coriander Soup
Green Salad

Non Veg Starters:

Creamy Prawns
Prawns Kurkure
Sunhare Prawns
Murgh Zarani Kebab
Murgh Fhahi Lasooni
Murgh Rossali Kebab
Murgh Angara
Bombil Koliwada
Bombil Rawa Fry

Veg Starters:
Paneer Makhmali Kebab
Crispy Baby Corns

Non Veg Main Course:
Prawn Malwani Curry
King Fish Kalwan Curry
Murgh Lababdar
Murgh Dum Biryani

Veg Main Course:
Paneer Laziz

Gajar Halwa

Though, I did not eat non-veg preparations, but I must say, they all were prepared and presented beautifully.
Soup offered was Lemon and Coriander- tasted more like a manchurian gravy. It was but spicy with lots of capsicums, coriander and onions. I would suggest the soup should be balanced with flavours.

Starting on with Veg stater with Paneer Makhmali, it was a perfectly apt to its name. Very soft, delicate thin slices of paneer had paneer and spice stuffing. Well marinated and grilled at perfect temperature with capsicum and onion. Delicious, a must try!

Also, Crispy baby corns were served, a deep fried, cornflour coated dish. It was a fritter and an average preparation.

Veg main course had Paneer Laziz, a perfect concoction of cottage cheese(paneer), lots of capsicum and mild yellow gravy accompanied with naan which was soft and tasted great with paneer.

Desserts are the course of any meal which is most looked upon and that too gulabjamuns, are icing on the cake. We were served Gulabjamuns and Gajar Halwa. Gajar Halwa was an obvious choice in this winter season, with huge expectations, we digged into it and found it less sweet and tad bland. I suggest it to be bit more sweet and rich with more of assorted dry fruits and served warm.

Gulabjamuns were just perfect and taking over halwa. They were soft and with perfect sweetness.

Service:: Good; staff was courteous, well informed.

Overall, a wonderful place and needs more time to grow. Would love to see how it looks in the evening.
Wood Fire Grill Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


  1. These photos are fabulous and the food looks amazing! Great blog post.

    XO, Jessi

    1. Thank you mywhiteT for your comment. Food was really good.

  2. What a huge array of food; so much to try and interesting feedback too.

    1. Thanks Caroline for dropping by! We had so much to eat that day. I am glad you liked the review.


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