Wood Fire Grill – Revisited! — Reviewed!

Winter evenings and what you look for? Warm, comfortable place, good company and great food. Wood Fire Grill is the place with grills on table with a choice of outdoor space, beautiful ambience and delightful food. This is was my second visit to the place and this time I went for the dinner to feel the place go lively in the night. Though it looked pretty for lunch also!

As I mentioned, Wood Fire Grill has indoor, outdoor space and also a private space for parties and events. The difference in this visit was that I was keen on trying their grills. Unlike many other grilled food serving restaurants, we got a grill with cooked veggies in skewers, so we just had to keep it warm and keep rotating to avoid it from getting burnt.

So, when we reached there, we were greeted with Mr. Sachin, one of the co-partners. Post chit-chat with him, we started with the mocktails, basic mojito and peach mocktail. Not a great start though, we had our first soup - Hare Mutter ka Shorba. Presented beautifully in a bowl over a hot pot with a candle in it to keep the bowl warm. Nice, thick soup with balanced taste of peas and spices. Comforting it was!

I was excited to have Veg Barley Soup, a continental one. Consistency was good but it lacked flavours of barley and had extra dose of garlic and ginger. Hope they work on it!

Coming on to the starters, we had Sizzling Chaman ka Khaas, Shabnami Kumbh and Paneer Rossali Kebab.
Sizzling Chaman ka Khaas was super delicious. Perfectly flavoured sizzling patties on the lettuce leaf was one of my favourite dishes of the evening. Recommended!

Paneer Rossali Kebab on the contrary was tad oily. Apart from the oil, taste was awesome. Stuffed cottage cheese rolled with spices was grilled to perfection. Perfectly marinated.

Shabnami Kumbh or mushroom preparation was equally scrumptious.

Next was the most awaited part- the grill. The Barbeque platter was set on the table with 7 different marination, ranging from Paneer Angara, Paneer Banjara, Paneer Peshawari, Tandoori Khatta Aalu, Tandoori Mushrooms, Veg Kerara Seekh and Tandoori Broccoli. Perfectly marinated and nicely cooked dish. You need to eat quick or keep on rotating to avoid char grill. While Paneer Angara and Peshawari being the star, Broccoli was a bit disappointment. Overall, it was a nice experience of grills.

Almost stuffed we moved on to the main course with Phaldari Kofta Curry, Paneer Lajawab and Mushroom Chettinad along with the Garlic Cheese Naan.
Paneer Lajawab was scrumptious with delicious gravy. While, Phaldari Kofta was a bit let down,
Mushroom Chettinad lifted the mood up with the south indian spices and mushrooms made a great combo.

Desserts had the classic Nawabi Gulabjamun with Rabdi and Shahi Tukda. Thick sweet rabdi over bite sized gulabjamuns placed in martini glass. Presentation was good and so was the taste! Shahi Tukda was average, wish the rabdi over it to be with better consistency. Hoping to witness the changes and going again for some Paneer Makhmali I had in my previous visit.

So guys, overall it was a good experience. All went well. Grills, Ambience, Food can be looked upon! Go for it! Enjoy few more pictures...


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