I went for a quiet occasion with my family to the place for the first time. I have had their malai chaap the previous week, and I loved it so I decided to give it a try. I am pretty much glad that I did.
We had already had our drinks elsewhere and started with the main course directly.
We ordered malai chaap… Which was really good. Slightly over oily… But really yummy.
Paneer tikka… Pretty much a disappointment. I didn’t like it at all. They need a lot of improvement there.
Paneer lababdar… Was really tasty. I felt the paneer was soft and well cooked. The gravy was soft, spices were well blended and in overall I felt it was pretty tasty.
Dum aloo… The veg was really good and the stuffing of the potato was nice and softly blended. But one thing that was a little not mind touching that texture and quite a bit of the taste of the gravy of both the dishes were the same. My recommendation is to order either of it and not both in one go.
Bread. Roti was really soft, well cooked and nice. So was the rumali roti. Good bread.
Mixed veg pulao…i felt the pulao was a little too oily and the quantity was less avoiding the price. Mixed veg pulao had very fewer veggies and more of felt like peas and paneer pulao.
The restaurant is my recommendation. With their nice ambiance.
A little pointing out towards the staff and service which needs a lot of improvement.