Le Kebabiere – Kebabs and more — Reviewed!

Le Kebabiere – a fine dine place for having kebabs, and more. Located in the Raga Lawns, walking straight down stairs near Hard Rock Cafe, the restaurant is in the premises of Stone Water Grill, Koregaon Park, the place will surely mesmerise you with the minimalist class interiors and the nude shades of the wall. The brown and white color scheme of the furniture is in sync with the interiors. It had its relaunch a week ago and new and exciting range of food. 

Chef Shailendra Kekade is the man behind the kitchen who have beautifully crafted the menu ranging from Apertifs, Shorbas, Kebabs, Curries, Breads, Appams, Kulchas, Rice and traditional desserts with a twist. The menu has the recipes which embraces the tradition of slow cooking , keeping the essence of flavours subtle yet vibrant. The unique thing about their kebabs are the three-marination cycle. I was there for the re-launch and the evening started with the shots of Anarkali, Shikanji and Thandai. All tasted in accordance to the name. 

Amuse Bouche had crispy dal vada with a dash of coriander chutney served with a shot of buttermilk. Scrumptious!

The melt in mouth green colored Chenna and Broccoli Kebab (Rs.240) was delicately prepared with the mild flavours of cardamom, peppers and mace. Very delicious. First bite and it's just burst of flavours! So soft and gooey.

Malai Paneer Seekh Kebab (Rs.270) was next on the plate. Yellow marination on the soft and fresh Paneer (cottage cheese) was mild and flavoured with javitri. Loved the texture and the way it was grilled.

Tandoori Mushrooms (Rs.270), button mushrooms were stuffed with veggies and perfectly marinated. The pickling spices gave it a very tangy flavour.

Dahi Bhalle ki Kulfi (Rs.220) was a new thing to try. Fusioned signature dish by the Chef. The Frozen Kulfi was served with the toppings of usual chat like curd, dates-tamarind chutney, corinader chutney, spices and topped with sev. It was as good as eating a dahi bhalla plate. Loved it! I mean who would say no to a chaat! :)

Aloo Kulcha (Rs.90) was again a delicious dish. Small stuffed kulchas with spiced potatoes, drizzled with loads of butter and served with inhouse made accompaniment. 

Subz Tokri Kurkuri (Rs.180) was another fusion combo of two regions. Crispy deep fried veggies were served in the crispy Appam bowl. They were super-addictive.

With loads of amazing options for desserts, I ended up having the Shahi Tukda (Rs.180). Homemade thinly sliced, crisp fried bread was topped with flavoured reduced milk and garnished with dry-fruits. I liked it. The sweetness was balanced!

Tender Coconut Icecream was also good.

Overall, a lovely place for fine-dine and scrumptious food with quaint ambience.
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