It was a lazy Sunday afternoon when the four of us trotted into this restaurant for a late lunch.
I had previously heard reviews of it being good, so I was keen to try their fare.
After ordering mocktails are couple of starters (all of us preferring non-veg fare) namely:
Mixed Tikka (Rs. 220)- an assortment of tikkas. Very Good.
Fish Tandoori Medium (Rs. 340)- succulent well marinated pomfret fish with a to-die-for garlic sauce
We then dug into the main course of :
Chicken Tikka Masala Boneless- Average run-in-the-mill kinds
Fish Curry Amritsari Style (Rs. 410)- smooth, not too-laden-with-cream curry was medium spicy as well as not too heavy and plenty for the four of us;
with the regular order of Butter Garlic naan and Rotis.
So far so good, we contemplated of ordering a Chicken Dum Biryani (Rs. 280) along with the remnants of the curry; but we rather parceled it. (I sampled it later and it exceeded expectations)
Somehow even with a full stomach we ordered for Dessert; three of them:
Caramel Custard (Rs. 90)- Perfect! Cannot avoid it. I had to resist my temptation to order a second round.
Malai Kulfi (Rs. 70)- Too icey but alright.
Chocolate Mousse (Rs. 90)- Was very chocolate-y, but thick in consistency which was a turn off.
All in all we left the place with a smile and without a oh-i'm-so-full-i-can't-walk feeling.
Service: 4/5 (although the Dum Biryani takes 15minutes extra, rest came quick)
Ambiance: 3.5/5 We took the upper AC area, nice and comfy couches/sofas.
VFM: Rs. 1900 (incl. tax ) for four excluding the alcohol.
Overall: Must visit place. Will visit again :)