The Mirch Masala chain of restaurants serves one of the best North Indian cuisines in the city. It has great Punjabi food and also awesome kebabs and Mughlai food. Located on the first floor, this restaurant is done up in a rustic Dhaba style décor with an old radio, lantern, old fan and other antique household articles displayed. The ceiling has Dhaba style slanting roofing with tiles and a wooden pillar supporting the ceiling. The walls are painting in a village setting and there is also an old gramophone player decorating the place. On another wall, there is half cut out of an old auto rickshaw with has been embedded in the wall giving it a rustic feel. The food here is just something else. It is consistently been a popular place with people here and it has maintained its taste and quality. Non-vegetarians have lots of chicken based starters to choose from here. Try the Murgh Shikari or the Tangdi Kebab. If you like Fish there is 'Fish Tikka' also. Vegetarians can have 'Shikari Mushrooms' or 'Angoori Cheese Kebab'. For the main course order, the tried and tested 'Mirch Masala Murgh Makhani' or otherwise try the 'Tawe Ka Bhuna Gosht', if you like Mutton. There is 'Patiala Kofta', 'Hara Lasuni Subzi' or 'Tawa Paneer Khada Masala' for vegetarians. Pair these with 'Naan', 'Parantha' or 'Kulcha'. You should also try the 'Dal Makhani' here.