The menu is exhaustive with more thrust on starters and curries. We ordered masala chach to start our journey. Chach was packed with spicy kick and we loved it for that. So the ride began with Veg starters. Mushroom Gaouti Kebab was a show stopper for us. A superstar kebab with mushroom and a little bit of beet-root. It was impeccable and will be relished by the carnivores also. Dahi ke Kebab and Aloo Najakat were tasty and full of flavor. Another superstar was Bhatti Da Paneer,cooked in aromatic spices , soft and juicy paneer, tandoored perfectly. Malai Soya Chap was another highlight. It was creamy, very soft but not chewy. We loved it for its character.
The Non-veg starters began with Murg Seekh Kebab and Meat Wali Seekh. Both of them were flavorful and juicy but we felt that it could have been cooked for few more minutess to justify its preparation. Punjabi Mutton Tikka and Murg Malai Tikka were good, but Surkh Lal Tikka didn’t have that flavor that comprehends its name. We felt that it could have been more spicy to justify its name. Mutton Burrah Kebab was the show stopper for the non-veg starters. It was succulent, well seasoned, smoky. Sarsowali Machli was avaerage. We suggested using fresh Indian mustard instead of English mustard.
In the main course, we were served Hing Dal Tadka. I believe it is such a recipe, that which no household Indian can get it wrong. This too ahd the perfect flavours. The other curries which were served to us was Murg Makhanwala, Tawa Seekh Kebab and Magaz Masala. Magaz Masala was the show stopper of the main course section. Piping hot, soft magaz in rightly flavored curry. We simply loved it with garlic naan. The bread basket had missi roti, garlic naan, ajwain paratha and laccha paratha. We loved the breads.