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Sindh Kitchen, Malleshwaram, Bengaluru is a fine dining restaurant that will introduce to culinary dishes that disappeared after partition. This restaurants smell of calm and tranquil aura and has undertones of the colonial era. As is well known that Sindh was the centre of various trades through which various spices and condiments were introduced to India and Pakistan as well. Some of the exquisite dishes that are made with utter precision are ‘Karare Dhaniya Ka Paneer’ - Tender malai cottage cheese filled with spinach and cheese and enveloped and fried in fresh coriander leaves and ‘Murgh Gilafi Kebab’ - bell pepper flavoured minced chicken, mildly spiced with garlic and chilly. For the mains, ‘Lahori Ghosht’- lamb cubes pan seared with freshly pounded spices and simmered in a thick and aromatic gravy and ‘Sindhi Kadhi Chawal and Took’- a tangy gram flour based curry accompanied with rice and crispy coin potatoes are a great choice.
We were a group of 18 and ordered 7 varieties of starters and a lean main course and dessert. All the dishes were flavourful, original and well finished. Not an easy feat as most restaurants tend to get a few dishes right and a few wrong. This place is surely on our list of places that can be visited time and again.
The word "sindh kitchen" creates an image in mind with all flavours put together of sindh and awadhi cuisine.Since I hadnt tasted anything like this before, I was looking forward to try something new. So with this image we went to the sindh kitchen, first thing which I liked was the entrance to the hotel, through a building called bloom boutique. The restaurant is situated on the 4th floor. The lift door directly opens into the restaurant which was shocking. Now coming to the ambience, its an oddly shaped small place with max capacity of 60ppl at a time. There is also a private dining for 10 ppl at one end. Now the food part, the dishes listed on the menu were slightly different than those in regular north indian restaurants. There was again very less options for vegetarian in the overall menu. The veg starters were very predictable with paneer tikka and seekh kebab. But the interesting part is that there were some different main course with a new spread of choices of breads like the "sathpura" and "khameeri roti". The main course was ordinary and didnt find any special flavour of awadhi or sindhi cuisine though. The veg biriyani was dry and when asked, the waiter told it is the way its made in sindhi cuisine. Not sure if it is true. Unfortunately, the overall image with which we entered was not there by the time we came out. Hope to try out some other sindhi cuisine to know the actual taste.
We friends wanted to try out what a Sindhi Food for a vegetarian would be like. It was a very good experience and a pleasant change form the local food and the regular so called North Indian food. The Thali we had gave 4-5 different types of food. One of our friends also helped the chef over there by suggesting that the dal used in Dal Pakwan is Moong Dal and not Urad Dal which was used by the hotel. They accepted to correct themselves. Certainly a place where people want to try different food.
Cosy restaurant on the fourth floor of Bloom Boutique hotel a stone’s throw from Mantri Mall. The host, Monish, is super friendly and omni-present to recommend what to try and describes how it should be eaten, the combinations and the flavours to expect. The chef is a talent. The cuisine has some Sindhi staples and north and northwest Indian favourites with their own tweaks. Service is excellent and smiling. You feel special and come away feeling truly contented! Pricing is good too. They always offer some thing complimentary to sample. Have gone back thrice with family and work colleagues as well. This afternoon with guests from the uk and they felt the best bara kababs and seekh they have had in recent years was what they had at lunch today!!! I hope the restaurant continues like this and keeps refreshing their menu.
The restaurant is located on the top or 4th floor of Bloom Boutique. The ambience is elegant and the choice of food on menu is really good. We were there for a family dinner and the service was good. I have read a lot of reviews where people have complained about slow service but I appreciate such places because you clearly know your food is being made fresh. The place gets a 5 star from me for the delicacy in food and good service.
Sindh Kitchen is a Casual Dining located at Malleshwaram, West Bengaluru. It specializes in North Indian cuisine. The food served here never fails to impress its diners.
The cost for two is expensive but goes well with the food quality and service it provides.
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