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ITC is superstitious about allowing the Bukhara name to be used for any restaurant other than the Delhi original. That is why this place is called Royal Afghan. But for all practical purposes, it is Bukhara with pretty much the same menu and Chefs who trained at the world’s most famous kabab restaurant. The primary concession to Bengaluru’s environs has been a willingness to allow more outdoor seating on the grounds, as the city has such pleasant weather that guests should be allowed to eat al fresco. This is both a plus and minus. It is nice to be able to enjoy Bengaluru’s weather. But, on the other hand, the outdoor seating makes the restaurant seem a little like a poolside coffee shop and takes away the sense of occasion that should accompany eating these famous kababs.
The popular pool-side barbecue restaurant serves a unique cuisine from the rugged Indian North-West frontier, reviving tales of roasting meat around a roaring fire and the aroma of charcoal grilled kebabs. In an ambiance reminiscent of the rustic charm of dining in the warmth of tents under a starry sky in the cold desert terrain, Royal Afghan offers an award-winning menu of delicacies cooked in the traditional clay Tandoor. The fare is made up of a wide choice of kebabs, vegetarian dishes, Indian bread, and the famous Dal Bukhara