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After the explosion of regional-Indian and pan-Indian restaurants over the past few years, Anglow fields Anglo-Indian cuisine in Khan Market. The décor is dimly lit and suitably appointed to evoke a clubby Raj-era vibe. The playlist was set to late-90s ‘break-up’ songs when I visited. Anglow’s menu is full of classics like 'Kedgeree' (anglicized version of, you guessed it, Khichdi) and 'Mulligatawny Soup' (derived from Milagu - pepper in Tamil- rasam). I kicked off with a platter of 'Spiced Meat Deviled Scotch Eggs' – its minced mutton and potato casing quite dry and filling brusquely seasoned; 'Shami Kababs' – also a bit dry but tasty; 'Fish Cake' - Crunchy Okra – julienned batter-fried Bhindi; 'Konkani Fried Chicken' – tender and moreish. A small bar plate of 'Curry Powder Straws' was served with a molten cheese dip. The 'Mille-Feullie' straws burst with masala but were nearly burnt on the top and almost raw strips of dough in the middle. I requested my main of 'Mutton Railway Curry to be served' with 'Malabar Paranthas'. It was a delicious curry, with deft spicing and tender pieces of mutton.
Anglow ( Khan Market, Central Delhi)
For a superb gastronomical experience, head straight to Anglow Restaurant with your friends and family. It is a wonderful place to hang out as the ambience is simply amazing. For those who love food with Indian and regional accents such as crunchy Okra, Anglicized Khichdi, Shami Kababs, Malabar Paranthas, Muttom Railway Curry, Fish Cake- Anglow is actually a place to be. In fact ,some of the food which is served here seems to just melt in the mouth.
The presentation of food which is served at Anglow pleases everyone who comes here to eat. Your taste buds are sure to be tantalized with the flavors which will touch your mouth. The décor of the place is not overpowering. The place is dimly lit and you will usually hear a playlist of 90’s break up songs when you visit here.
The staff at Anglow is extremely polite and courteous. They are dressed neatly so you actually get a very good feel once you step in here. .In fact, even if you have a special request they will go ahead to accommodate the same. The waiters and the kitchen staff are quite in sync so the waiting time for a meal is not too much. Anglo-Indian cuisine was basically developed during the period when British ruled India. It is a fusion cuisine so you will see lot of people who like to experiment with their food coming here for a meal.. The place is without any doubt a perfect paradigm of uniqueness, creativity and boldness.
The pricing of food is very genuine as compared to other eating joints in the capital. So, if you are in mood for a delectable meal with some good music to serenade your ears visit Anglow Café which is located in Khan Market in Central Delhi. It is a nice place where you get an opportunity to try out so many different dishes. You will not at all be disappointed if you come here for a dining experience. Book a table well in advance with us, lest you will have to go through disappointed as this place is usually very crowded especially during the weekends.