The idea is a simple one – grills that come to the table till you are ready to burst at the seams, and then a buffet spread to fill in any little desires that you may have. The restaurant can be a bit noisy considering the number of large groups and families that come here, but that contributes to the ambience of the place as being one that is lively and bustling all through service. The buffet spread comprises of soups and salads – these cut across Indian and international – the 'Vegetable Manchow Soup', the 'Chicken Yakhni Shorba', the 'Waldorf Salad', a 'Sprouts Salad' and more. Among the starters, you can try the 'Achari Paneer Tikka', the 'Crispy Corn', the 'Bhatti da Murgh' and some 'Peri Peri Chicken Wings' too. The 'Tangri Kebab' is especially good. Straight off the grill options in the main course section would be the 'Mutton Laal Maas', not too far off from the real deal and about the best you can come by in this format of a restaurant. The and 'Vegetable Dum Biryanis', Hyderabadi style may be something you want to try. My pick in the vegetarian would go to the 'Heeng and Dhaniya Ke Chatpate Aloo'. Desserts have 'Cold Stone Ice Cream' which is quite a hit with the kids. There is also the 'Mini Gulab Jamun' and the 'Apple Phirni' which are quite delightful. The restaurant serves beer which makes it a great way to end a shopping spree – beer and some starters if you do not want to go with the buffet. The 'Chicken Seekh Kebab' is quite the delightful starter.
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