Asia in a Bowl Festival, Panash, Nagar Road, Pune

Four points by Sheraton is celebrating Asia In A Bowl Food festival which offers you 10 different Asian delicacies served in a bowl. This festival is from 19th to 29th April 2018.

Executive Sous Chef Tenzin Nyandak is heading this festival.

Food Prowl team was invited for a food tasting.

Recommended Dishes: BBQ Pork Belly Bowl, Homemade Fresh Chili and coriander Prawns fried rice Bowl, Roast Cantonese Chicken, Spicy Minced Basil with Frsh Thai Bird Eye Chili with Jasmine fried rice.



Spicy Minced Basil with Fresh Thai Bird Eye Chili with Jasmine fried rice: A spicy bowl with stir fried basil, scallions, chili and chicken on Jasmine fried rice. I liked this bowl. Nice flavors and perfect spice level.


Rendang Curry Bowl: Tender chunks of chicken tossed with paste of mixed ground spices, ginger, garlic, turmeric, lemon grass, chili and poured over steamed rice.


Panash Goreng: Chef’ take on Nasi Goreng. Fried rice tossed with Sambal and spicy peanut sauce with chicken satay, prawn crackers and a sunny side up egg. I felt this was bit dry and lacked flavours. Some more spiciness could have helped.


Chiang Mai Curry Noodles: Thai curry flavoured with ginger and turmeric which had lots of chicken pored over steamed noodles and garnished with fried noodles. Those who love Thai curry should definitely try this bowl. Subtle flavor of coconut milk. Curry went very well with noodles.


BBQ Pork Belly Bowl: A Must Try. Thick slices of thoroughly cooked pork belly tossed in BBQ sauce. This preparation had lot of gravy put on rice. Meat was perfectly cooked. Sauce was flavourful and tasted absolutely delicious. You do not want to miss this one.


Miso Ramen Chicken: Boiled chicken chunks and a soft-boiled egg put in a broth made with fermented beans. This was served with egg noodles and garnished with chopped scallions. These soupy noodles tasted just fine.


Homemade Fresh Chili and coriander Prawns fried rice Bowl: My 2ns favourite of the evening. Very spicy yet delicious. This bowl had lots of chilis and some fresh coriander. A thick sauce put on a fried rice with sautéed prawns on it. This bowl looked amazing and tasted even better.


Chirashizushi: Scattered sushi rice topped with slices of fresh fish. It did not have any sauce of flavor. Rice tossed in chili soy or any other mild sauce would have helped this bowl. Fish, however was very fresh and tempting. Though this was served as kind of Nigiri, I ate is as Sashimi.


Roast Cantonese Chicken: My 3rd favourite of the evening. Marinated chicken chunks with soy, honey and cinnamon powder tossed in a sweet and sour sauce with bell peppers. Served with mango flavoured fried rice. Saucy bowl with mango twist.


Lemongrass Pannacotta: This is not on the menu. However, this dessert was served to us just to finish our meal on a sweet note. Outstanding Pannacotta. Consistency was just right. No extra gelatin or sugar. Just the hint of lemon grass. This was just perfect. Do not miss this dessert here.


Service: This is a pre-platted, or should I say pre-bowled preparations served piping hot. Quantity is enough for one.

Do try this fest before it ends.

What: Asia in a Bowl Festival

Where: Panash, Four Points By Sheraton, Nagar Road, Pune

What do you get: 10 innovative Asian delicacies served in a bowl

Price: Each one priced between INR 425 to 525

Till When: 29th April 2018


Sushi Trail, Miyuki, DoubleTree by Hilton, Pune

Alert for Sushi lovers!!!!

If you are up for some delicious and Unlimited Sushi, here is what you need to do. Just visit SushiTrail- A Sushi Fest which is going on in Miyuki, Double Tree by Hilton, Pune.

There are 8 Sushi Rolls which are being served in this fest. Made fresh right in front of you, there are 4 veg and 4 Seafood sushi rolls. And trust me, they are simply delicious.


Here is the menu for this Sushi Trail.


We tasted 5 out of these 8 Sushi.

Rainbow Roll: 7 different fish and veggies are used to make this 8-piece platter. Salmon, Tuna, Yellotail, Crab Sticks, Avocado, Scallops and Horse mackerel. These beautiful looking sushi were garnished with Tobiko.


Shrimp Explosion: My favourite. Rock Shrimp Tempura and little jalapeno bound with rice mixed with some black sesame seeds. Some batter fried shrimp pieces on side. Subtle flavor of jalapeno added to the character of this sushi. This is a must try.


The Seafood roll: Mixed sashimi with cucumber, avocado topped with mayonnaise and flying fish roe. This have most of the fish meat mixed together and bound with sticky rice.


The Tear Roll: This very spicy veg sushi had crispy tempura crunches, spicy mayonnaise and Tempura fried Thai Bird Eye Chili. Super Spicy. You will not feel the spice level on first bite. But aftertaste is really spicy. Hence the name. Tempura crunches took this veg sushi to all new level of deliciousness.


Vegetable Dragon Roll: I found this one even better than Tear Roll. Seasonal vegetables mixed with mayonnaise rolled in rice and topped with avocado slices. So much flavor in this simple sushi. If I am asked to choose one from This sushi and shrimp Explosion, I won’t be able to do that. This is another must try sushi in this fest.


Ambience: This festival is being held in Miyuki- a seven-seater restaurant with Japanese Teppanyaki covers. You can see your food being prepared in front of you on the Teppan grill or on sushi counter. But even if your group has more than 7 people, do not worry. You will be served in their café which is just outside this food outlet. However, I would strongly recommend reserving your seat in Miyuki as it will be an altogether different experience.


So, all in all, a sushi lover cannot afford to miss this fest. Please hurry and experience this fest.

What: Sushi Trail- A Sushi Fest

Where: Miyuki, Double Tree by Hilton, Pimpri, Pune

What do you get: 8 different Sushi UNLIMITED

Till When: Fest ends on 30th April

Price: INR 1199 AI per person plus 5% service charge

Pandora Gastronomy & Bar, Yerawada, Pune

Situated in Nyati Unitree building on Nagar road, this place is a very good option to dine-out, if you are looking for a multi-cuisine chic place with some good food.

Foodprowl team was recently invited here for a food tasting where we were served a pre-defined menu.

Recommended Dishes: Murgh Dakhhani shorba, Som Tam Salad, Hot bean Prawns Rocks, Sri Lnakan Curry, Nalli Nihari, Phirni Parfait


Tuna bhel: To start with we were served this innovative bhel from their 5 minute Gastronomy section of the menu. This bhel had tamarind chutney marinated tuna in puffed rice flavored with sour cream and balsamic pearls.


Next up were Soups.

Murgh Dakkhni shorba: It was simply outstanding. Spicy and flavourful chicken broth with appalam crisps. You must try this soup.

PC: Chinmayi Bhambure


Spiced Canton Broth Veg: Broth simmered with Chinese greens, light soy and ginger. It also had rice noodles and a dumpling. Again very aromatic and tasty soup.


Som tam salad with chicken satay: Thai raw green papaya with crushed peanuts. The highlight of this salad was its dressing. Nampla dressing which had jaggery in it gave this sour papaya salad a beautiful sweetish taste. 2 pieces of chicken satay were served on side with this salad.


Arugula & Candied Walnut Salad: Cream Italian Boconccini, cherry tomatoes, arugula dressed with basil pesto and had some sweet candied walnut pieces. Quite fresh salad. However, it could have used little more Boconccini.


Honey chilly lotus roots: Crispy lotus root roundels tossed in honey chili sauce. These tasted fine. However, it would be better if they serve these without putting in mold. It had made the roots hard and difficult to separate.


Chicken Cafreal: Roasted chicken with green marinade. I found it little dry and lacked flavours.


Hot bean Prawn Rocks: King prawns batter fried and tossed in hot bean sauce. I simply loved this preparation. Though the batter was little more and prawn meat was slightly less, being a prawn lover I would not miss this preparation.


Once we were done with starters, we were served with main course. 4 simply delicious mains.

Saffron and Prawn risotto: Creamy and Cheesy rice coloured with saffron and had olives, onions and grilled prawns in it. I liked this dish. Fragrant and delicious.


Sri Lankan curry with cabbage coconut rice: Surprisingly tasty. I am not sure if this is an authentic Sri Lankan curry but this preparation was hand down the best among all 4 superb mains. This looked more like a Thai curry, but was bit spicy and sticky cabbage coconut rice went very well with this curry. Loved it.


Nalli nihari with khamiri roti: Slow cooked lamb shanks in delicious stew. Meat was well cooked and falling-off the bones. The balance of nihari was perfect and no ingredient overpowered the other. Hot and soft khamiri roti was a perfect accompaniment for this gravy.


Dum ka murg with churchur naan: Thick and creamy gravy with nicely cooked chicken drumsticks. I loved the smooth, creamy consistency and flavor of this gravy. It was served with Chur chur naan.

Phirni Parfait: Rose flavoured phirni with seasonal fruits, rose pearls and crushed rose petals. Nicely set phirni with just perfect sweetness. This is a must try dessert.

PC: Dr. Anupam Potdar


Gajar halwa boreks: Sweet spring rolls with Gajar halwas as stuffing. Deep frying of spring rolls had slightly lessened the sweetness of halwa.


Hazelnut and salted caramel Moelleux: I found it okay. Nothing great about this dessert.


Rating: 4/5

Raasta Café Pubtown, Ishanya Mall, Yerawada, Pune

The name- Raasta Café is not new to Puneites. They have total of 4 outlets in Pune. Newest one- Raasta Café Pubtown is opened in Late December 2017 in Ishanya Mall, Yerwada. Open from Noon to Midnight, this is a good place to unwind with friends or colleagues. Great drinks and some amazing bar bites and mains. The food menu consists of mostly Italian, Mediterranean dishes and some Indian as well.

I was invited for a food tasting here. I tasted some of their Signature Cocktails and some really lip-smacking food.

Recommended Drinks and Dishes: Beach Fizz, Raasta Signature Smoked Iceland Ice Tea, Dredlock Mojito, Tempura Prawns, Jerk Chicken, Caesars Salad, Paneer Tikka Naanzza, Fish n’ Chips, Herb and butter marinated grilled chicken, Tiramisu


Raasta Signature Smoked Iceland Ice Tea: A Version of LIIT with lots of lime, no coke and flamed with dark rum served in a tall glass. Very potent drinks. Even looks beautiful when it is flamed. For LIIT lovers, this can be a good option.


Beach Fizz: Passion fruit juice mixed with Vodka poured on lots of crushed ice and topped with beer. Passion fruit and beer might sound weird, but it tastes just fine. Rather juice and ice tones down the bitterness of beer and makes this one a refreshing cocktail.


High on Heels: A vodka based strained cocktail having cucumber, jalapeno and lime flavors. Served in Martini glass. It was okay. Nothing great about this one.


Dredlock Mojito: Mojito lovers, this drink is for you. Highly recommended version of Mojito dark rum, white rum, passion fruit and mint. Served in mason jar. Slightly sweetish but amazing taste. I loved this drink.



Tempura Prawns: Must try appetizer. Prawns fried to the perfection. Batter was just of coating consistency and had beautiful golden color. Not at all oily. And another highlight of this dish was the accompanying sweet chili sauce served. It complemented prawns just right and added to the deliciousness of this appetizer. Full marks to this one.


Jerk Chicken: Chicken put on wooden skewers just like satay, rubbed with jerk marinade and grilled. Loved it. Nice and spicy flavor. Meat was tender and cooked well.


Magic Mushrooms: Button mushrooms seasoned and tossed in soy based sauce. Nothing great about this dish. The dish had mushrooms, all right. But had no magic.


Caesars Salad: Salad with hearty portion of smoked chicken, fried croutons and dressed with mayonnaise. I liked this salad. Balanced seasoning and dressing. Croutons were not at all oily and added perfect crunch to the salad. Even lettuce was fresh and had a nice crunch to it. Chef seemed to have his basics just right about this salad. Do try this one.


BBQ grilled chicken pizza: Chicken Sausages cut and tossed in BBQ sauce with some jalapenos on thin crust pizza base with lots of mozzarella cheese. This pizza looked outstanding but did not impress much when it came to taste. Base had the moisture missing. Chicken chunks instead of Sausage might have been better.


Paneer tikka naanzza: Excellent. Paneer, onions, green pepper on a naan with lots of cheese. Naan was soft and held the topping perfectly. I bet you will love this naanzza. Do give it a try.


Herb and butter marinated grilled chicken: Chicken breast grilled and topped with lots of red wine jus. Mashed potatoes and tossed vegetables were served as sides. They also give some more jus just in case someone needs. Chicken was cooked well. Jus was perfect. Mashed potatoes were delicious. This is a complete main more than enough for one person.


PC: Chinmayi Bhambure

Flax seed rubbed lamb kebabs: These minced lamb meat kebabs were bit dry and had no meaty flavor. Also meat was loosely bound and was falling apart while picking the kebab up.


Kheema pao: Just the regular kheema. Spicy and thankfully did not have green peas. Served with 2 pao. It was okay, nothing impressive.


Fish n’ chips: An English main. Batter fried Basa put on bed of potato fries and served with tartar sauce. Slightly oily. Beautiful golden color. Well cooked fish. I would give 7/10 to this main. Little draining of oil would have helped the rating. Tastewise, it was very good.


Burmese Khow Suey: Served in a tiffin box, this Burmese curry was smooth, creamy and flavorful. It was served with fried chopped garlic and fried onions. Curry on its own was very good. But the noodles were bit let down. It looked like noodles were just boiled, rubbed with oil and served. Little more tossing with some seasoning would have helped.


Baked blueberry cheesecake: Nice and soft cheese cake topped with some blueberry jelly. Cheesecake lovers are definitely in for a treat with this cheesecake.


Tiramisu: It was fine. Nothing to complain about.


Ambiance: A funky Caribbean lounge style décor. The combination of white, black orange creates a soothing and warm atmosphere. Wall paintings are around corporate culture theme depicting various corporate scenarios. There are LED message bands on the ceiling which also display corporate life related catchy taglines. High tables and chairs/ benches do not really offer a cozy seating but are perfect for the theme.

All in all a very good place to have drinks and enjoy some good food.

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Chop Chop- Wok to Go, Aundh, Pune

Chop Chop is located on DP road, Aundh. To be precise, same place where Picantos used to be. This place not only serves some amazing woks but also have some delicious dim-sums and skewers to offer. If you are looking for an option in Aundh area to have a quick bite or even to savor a delicious wok with hardly any lead time, this might be your go to place.

FoodProwl team was invited here for a food tasting.

Recommended Dishes: Chicken Yakitori, Thai Green Curry, Malaysian Kari,Cheese & Jalapeno Spring Roll, Prawns Sui Mai, Cottage Cheese and Spincah Dimsums,



Lemongrass and Pink Lemonade: Refreshing drinks. I preferred lemongrass lemonade. It had a subtle taste of lemongrass and perfect sweetness.


Chicken Yakitori: Outstanding appetizer. Damn delicious. Chicken chunks put on skewers, grilled and basted with sweet and sour, soya based yakitori sauce. It was garnished with white sesame seeds. Simply delicious. Soft chicken drizzled with sauce melted in mouth. Amount of sauce was just right. Even a little bit more sourness would have ruined this dish. You must try this when you visit this place.


Sambal Baby Potato: Baby potatoes spiced up with Sambal sauce and grilled. Potatoes were cooked well and had a nice flavor of sambal. Not a bad option for vegetarians.


Cheese & Jalapeno Spring Roll: Cheese mixed with chopped jalapenos rolled in a refined flour wrapper and deep fried till golden brown. Cheesy roll with just a hint of jalapenos. Looked very nice. Spicy sauce served with it accompanied the rolls very well.


Veggie Spring Roll: Slightly spiced up shredded vegetables rolled in spring roll wrapper and deep fried. It was fine. Nothing to complain. But I preferred cheese & Jalapeno roll over this one.


Vietnamese Loaded Fries: I found them bit oily.


Prawns Sui Mai: Very good. Cover of these dim sums was very thin and delicate, just like authentic dim sums. These open-faced dim sums were steamed well and tasted scrumptious. Accompanying sauce complimented these dim sums well.


Chicken Sui Mai: Another open face dim sum. Similar to Prawns sui mai, made out of minced chicken.


Chicken & Basil Dumpling: Nothing to complain about. Nice and thin wrapper with chicken and basil stuffing. It had just a hint of basil and not overpowering basil flavor.


Cottage Cheese and Spinach Dim sums: Cottage cheese in green colored spinach favoured wrapper. It tasted okay.


Exotic Vegetables Dim sums: Dim sum of the afternoon. Dim sum made of minced veggies in a crystal wrapper. Wrapper was so translucent that the stuffing inside was quite visible. Amazing flavor. The taste was so go that it even made us forget prawns sui mai. It was unanimously declared best dim sum of these 6.


Spiced minced Vegetables Dim sums: Nothing to complain about.


The best thing of all 6 dim sums was their wrapper. Very thin and delicate. Thicker coverings, like momos, usually kill the taste.

Thai Green Curry: Superb. Slightly thin but very flavourful green curry served with chicken, vegetables and rice. 1st bite and every one of us loved the taste. Thankfully basil was used in moderate quantities which helped to high light the smoothness of coconut milk. Must try hot pot.


Malaysian Kari: Another lovely hot pot. Slightly spicier than Thai curry, this hot pot was also delicious. More like Kari Ayam, but with lots of vegetables.


Next up were woks. You get to choose your protein, base (1), greens (4), sauce (1) and condiments (2).


Rice in Beijing Sauce: Rice and vegetables tossed in black pepper sauce. Bit spicey and had a lasting effect on taste buds. I felt that toning down black pepper spice little bit will help this wok even better.


Hakka Noodles in Hongkong sauce: Noodles tossed in Kung Pao- 5 spice sauce. I personally loved this wok the best. Perfect spice level and subtle flavors.


Flat rice noodles in Chiang Mai Sauce: This wok had flat noodles in chili, basil and coriander sauce. If you like basil flavor, you should try this sauce. Also, I would recommend to really try these flat rice noodles as a base for your wok. These are not regular thick flat noodles used in Malaysian tossed noodles. This are quite thin and slightly slimy, but would be a very tempting base.


Service: This is a fast service restaurant. Appetizers are served from kitchen. Woks are made in front of you. You choose your base, protein, veggies and sauce and everything will be prepared in front of you on live counter. Lead time is very less. So, if you are famished, you will not have to wait much once you have placed your order.

Ambiance: As the name suggests, it is Wok to Go restaurant. But they also have tables for you to savor your woks there itself. Cutlery, paper napkins, chopsticks are put on the table already, so that you can start eating right way once your tray arrives at your table. Clean and well-lit area as one entire wall of this restaurant is of glass.


Value for Money: Absolutely. It is not at all heavy on your pockets.

Rating: 4/5.

Awadhi Food Festival, Courtyard by Marriott, Chakan, Pune

Courtyard by Marriott Pune Chakan is hosting an Awadhi food festival from 12th Feb to 16th Feb. This festival will offer some scrumptious Nawabi food. So, if you are a Nawabi/ Awadhi cuisine fan you do not want to miss this one. It is being held during lunch time at MoMo Café.

Chef Mohd. Yunus Khan who is an Indian Specialty chef and In-Charge of Nawab Saheb- An Indian Specialty Restaurant in Renaissance Mumbai Convention Center Hotel will be a celebrity chef for this food festival. He, along with Courtyard by Marriott Pune Chakan Executive Chef Sathish Reddy, will be responsible for serving a truly Shahi food to you during this festival. Chef Khan is considered an expert in making authentic traditional delicacies like kebabs, curries, biryani and tandoor items. He likes to innovate Indian gourmet dishes, by interesting amalgamation of ingredients and flavours. And this was quite visible in specially curated delicacies we were served.

I was invited for a food tasting by Courtyard by Marriott Pune Chakan. And I must say, I thoroughly enjoyed my lunch. Right from starters to desserts, everything was fantastic.

Recommended Dishes: Everything we tasted.


Dahi ke Kebabs: Paneer and Curd mingled together, seasoned and formed into small but thick patties which were grilled on tawa. Unlike most places, these kebabs were not crumbed. Just curd and paneer holding nicely together. These kebabs were bit heavy but delicious in taste.


Rajma aki Gilawat: An innovative galouti kebab for vegetarian. Rajma mashed, seasoned and turned into patty which was fried on tawa to give it a crispy texture. It was served on a butter naan. Together it tasted very good. I loved the taste. Might be a treat for vegetarians.


Tandoori Falon ka Nazrana: Diced apple, pineapples, onions and bell peppers tossed together in tangy sauce, seasoned with chaat masala and garnished with white sesame seeds. A colorful dish with tangy falvour.


Murgh Awadhi Tikka: Succulent chicken marinated in rich cream & cashew paste and grilled to perfection. Loved it. Mild flavours and smokey taste. This one is highly recommended.


Galouti Kebabs: Authentic kebabs. Minced meat thoroughly cooked, perfectly flavoured. you will like these.


Jhinga Nisha: King prawns tandoor’d. Outstanding recipe. Prawns had unusual yet appealing pink color which was due to the usage of pomegranate juice as coloring agent. Prawns were fresh, well marinated and tasted heavenly. I could not help but to order another portion of it.


Next up were mains.

Paneer Pista Korma: Super soft paneer in a rich, creamy, thick and smooth green gravy with lot of dry fruits. Paneer was slightly sautéed before putting in gravy. Indeed, a shahi preparation. Butter naan went very well with this.


Dal-e-Awadh: Outstanding dal preparation. Again, being Shahi dal, it was creamy and thick. Slightly sweetish but fantastic taste. Full marks to this dal.


Kaju kumbh kadhai: Hearty portion of cashews with mushrooms in thick and spicy gravy. Nothing to complain about.


Veg Awadhi Pulao: For me, this was the best Awadhi pulao I have had till date. It tasted amazing on its own. No daal, gravy or accompaniment required. A flavourful long grain rice mild but rich flavours with lots of dry fruits like raisins, cashews, etc.. Preparation to die for.


Nihari Gosht: Thin but very flavorful gravy. Mutton was perfectly cooked and was falling off the bone. It had subtle taste of nutmeg.


Murgh Kundan Qaliya: best of all gravies served on that afternoon. Tender boneless chicken chunks in onion based gravy thickened with cashew paste. This medium spicy gravy was simply outstanding. The flavor, texture, aroma- everything was just perfect.


Lukhnowi Gosht Biryani: Entire leg of lamb was put in this shahi biryani. Fragrant long grain rice in ample masala and flavours of cooked lamb meat in rice. Delightful preparation. Taste was also good.


Now we were waiting for desserts.

Mirchi ka Halwa: Halwa made from capsicum. Very unusual and might appear unappetizing for few of us. But trust me, it did not taste bad. Sure, it had taste of capsicum. But as an innovative dessert, this can be given a try.


Moong ka Halwa: Authentic Awadhi dessert with lot of pure ghee and dry fruits. Nothing to complain about at all.


Shahi Tukda: One of the best shahi tukdas I have had. There are many way bread can go wrong in this dessert. And so can rabdi. But in here absolutely nothing went wrong. Bread was fried just right, rabdi was thick just as required, sweetness was perfect. 10/10 to this dessert. Though we were totally full with all that delicious food, we could not help but to order another portion of this dessert.


As I said earlier, if you are an Awadhi cuisine fan, you must try this festival.

Location: MoMo Café, Courtyard by Marriott Pune Chakan

Dates: 12th to 16th February 2018

Time: Lunch

Price: INR 1300 + taxes

Barometer, Kothrud, Pune

This place has been on my wishlist since it opened. This casual yet chic dining place is located next to Siya veg near City Pride Kothrud and is open from 7 am to 11:30 pm. While their hotel set-up was going on, they had a big flex covering the front wall of this restaurant which read “Rome was not built in a day.” After visiting this place, I now surely know what they meant by putting that flex there. This restaurant is simply fantastic. Totally worth visiting. We visited this place on Republic Day, so we did not taste any alcoholic drinks. But food, for most part of it, was outstanding. I hear the breakfast served here is also delicious.

Recommended Dishes: Smoked Chicken Cream, Hot Chicken Wings, Harre Mirch ka Gosht, Rangoon Noodles Chicken, Tiramisu


Smoked Chicken Cream: A rich and creamy veloute with lots of smoked chicken chunks in it garnished with bread sticks. Amazing taste. It had a nice smoky aroma and taste. Every one of us loved this soup. Must try.


Peanut Jhol: Roasted peanuts, chopped coriander and onions mixed with tomato- tamarind sauce. It was bit sour than required. Toning down tamarind would have worked better for this bar bite.


Loaded Fries: French fries with cheese sauce topped with crispy bacon and sour cream. I loved the cheese sauce. Fries were laden with it. Bacon strips were fried and made extra crispy. Regular bacon strips would have worked even better for us.


Hot Chicken Wings: Batter fried chicken wings tossed in a fiery sauce. Amount of sauce was just right. Wings were fried perfectly and meat was soft. Wings lovers will definitely like this.


Harre Mirch ka Gosht: Super soft chunks of boneless lamb tossed in spicy paste of green chillies, coriander, mint and spices. This is a perfect lamb appetizer for those are tired eating minced lamb kebabs. I am one of them. Meat was thoroughly cooked and wasn’t chewy at all. Loved this fiery appetizer.


Rangoon Noodles Chicken: Noodles simmered in shiitake mushroom sauce with garlic fried onions and lime. No need to order any Chinese/ Oriental gravy with this as these noodles come with sauce. Sweet and sour sauce with lots of chicken chunks and veggies. Super delicious noodles.


Ghee Roast Chicken: Spice and ghee roasted chicken wrapped in dosa and drizzled with fondue served with sautéed veggies. A typical Kerala flavoured chicken.


Dark Chocolate Mousse: Full marks to texture, softness and sweetness. Beautifully presented dessert.


Tiramisu: One of the best Tiramisus I have tasted in months. Do not give this a miss. Your meal won’t be complete unless you have this.


Service: Very good. Quite quick. This place is always crowded but servers do not rush your orders just to have a quicker table turn around.

Value for Money: Absolutely for food. Did not try alcohol, so can’t really comment about it.

Rating: 4.5/5

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