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Given the name, it is but fitting that the spices and cuisine of the royal kitchens of the North are the speciality here. Plush seating and a mirrors-and-chandeliers décor gives the space an old school look. Mouth-watering kebabs, prepared with authentic spice rubs and cooked to perfection are definitely the thing to order at this restaurant. Start your meal with one of the Thandai, from Kacche Aam Ka Panna to Boondi Jaljeera and Kalakhatta Shikanji. For vegetarians, the Dahi Kebab is a good bed, and meat eaters should try the Rumwaali Masaledaar Chops, which indeed, have a drizzle of rum, or the slow-cooked Shahi Tawa Nalli. There are a plethora of chicken, mutton and seafood (fish and prawn) items to choose from for mains as well as starters.
Great food, nice ambience, excellent service. Visited for dinner. All dishes were very tasty. Had a lovely time.
Good variety of Indian, Afghan,moghulai food with elaborate spread of veg and non vegetarian delicious prepared food. The highlight is starters served at the table is mouth watering and you will not stop eating repeatedly.
Tried while my stay in the hotel. Enjoyed it was really tasty and the Indian spread was good too. Must try place.
Ambience is good for the place but food was not upto the mark, we liked starters but main course was very boring.... Non veg was not at all good... deserts were also good kind of nothing special. we opted for buffet but was not satisfied. Overall experience was not that good. A silent elegant place thats it.
Good family restaurant with variety and tasty north Indian, Afghan type of food. Starters are very good and main course is complemented with desserts. Book and reach early, to avoid rush. Parking is a challenge. Service is good but can get messy during rush, when food supply to be replenished.