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We are usually quite familiar with north Indian food in the city, what with scores of restaurants all over the place. Here too, it is a cakewalk. Pick a kabab and a shorba (the tomato and coriander, or the paya shorba, is good for nippy evenings) or a drink (avoid the cocktails if you can), move on to a curry such as the murgh dhaba special or a lal maas with naan or kulcha, and get a vegetable dish too (the sukhi bhindi or the paneer kofta being two such recommendations). They also have a lagan ki mutton biryani, if you’ve got the appetite for it.
I visited this place with my colleagues a few weeks ago. The ambience was alright. Majority of us were non vegetarians. The starter for non-veg was good but the buffet was not satisfactory at all. The very starters were not at all good. They served lentil soup and a restaurant can't go cheaper than that. Overall it was an OK restaurant but we won't go there again. If you want to go with friends for a quick meal, this would be an ideal place.
The lunch buffet is quite ordinary. 3-5 veg / non veg starters served at table,regular main course items ( biriyani, pulav roti, gravy items ) and a small collection of desserts. Desserts definitely need improvement. Live counter of. Kheema also there.
As Usual a long waiting period Better have the buffet it's around 627 and check for offers in EazyDiner & DineOut app. The Food items are costly, low quantity & taste avg 🙄😒.. Mutton Biryani that's the only thing I like. Book your table before hand
North Indian food always manage to come through for you whenever you are in doubt. The cuisine is safe and comforting when you are in need for some solace. It’s like coming home. One can get bored of pastas and burgers after a certain time but with North Indian food, you always feel secure. Bengaluru is a huge curry buff and digs its share of kebabs and biryanis, which is why you see the city brimming with Indian restaurants. One of the leading curry houses in Bengaluru happens to be ‘Zaica Dine and Wine’ and is usually the first choice when looking for spicy creamy northern fare. The restaurant chain is a popular one and very sought after by the families and foodies alike. Find out the outlet at Nagawara in Bengaluru, a busy bustling area.
North Indian food gets a new polished platform in the guise of Zaica Dine and Wine. Dive into the piping hot bowl of curries with a piece of butter-soaked flatbread or spoon a helping of aromatic biryani onto your plate to be mopped up with a curry. Zaica lets you delve deeper into the world of North Indian plus Mughlai cuisine and takes you on an ancient spice trail. With a backing of refreshing boozy drinks foray into the starters such as, reshmi paneer tikka, karara palak patte ke chaat, mutton seekh kebab, hara bara kebab, fish tikka, Makai motia seekh, jhinga balaika and tandoori pomfret. Pair a lacha paratha or shahi subz biryani with the curries such as, murgh nawabi, methi chaman, koh-e-awadh, kadai paneer patiyala, laal maas, channa raunaqdar and mahi curry.
Polish off a platter of desserts next as the final sugary course. Let your sweet tooth be spoiled by, hot gulab jamun, ras malai, kulfi, moong dal halwa, gulab jamun with ice cream and gajar ka halwa. The main reason contributing to the success of Zaica Dine and Wine is the affordable moderate rates. For budget-friendly prices a family can have a lavish North Indian feast. Interiors are designed to match the elegant simplicity of the cuisine. Black and white toned room is tastefully furnished. Black lattice screens divide the dining area into separate sections to afford the diners a sense of privacy. Lunch is often their busiest time.