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Barbeque Nation is an amazing option for people who want to eat till they drop – because like their motto, which is unlimited food at fixed prices – this is a great option for larger groups. Surprisingly Barbecue Nation does great soups and they change every day and not many people opt to eat this and go right in for the jugular and order things that go on the barbeque. My favourite is the 'Medittarean Mushrooms and the 'Tandoori Pineapple' is absolutely stellar. The choice of salads is also good and I would say forget the main course and head straight for dessert – ice creams, fruits and gulab jamuns are really good. Order the kulfi first though.
Me and my friends visited this morning place for my friend’s bday treat. This was my first visit to BBN and yes, it was totally worth it. The starters and the main course, both are a treat for a foodie like me. However, i was little disappointed with their deserts. We were four in number and paid 2200 (inclusive taxes). Now, since they have buffet system the amount paid is not something very high. So all in all I would say- Do try this place!
Food and service was excellent as usual Had elder family members and they were given special attention I really appreciate this Special thks to MR Jagat MR Chandan and MR Manish I wish entire BBQ nation Saket team all the best
Barbeque Nation was near my hotel (Hilton Garden Inn Saket), and I finished my meetings early so I walked over for dinner. A much nicer choice than what I have had in the mall. They bring out a mini charcoal grill and put it in the table and bring out a bunch of skewers based on your veg/non-veg choice. I had fish, shrimp, chicken, paneer, mushrooms, lamb, grilled wings, etc. The buffet has a nice biryani, some butter chicken type dish, lamb, fish, etc. The veg side has several staple Indian items (I don’t know the names of them, but they are on every Indian buffet in the US or Hong Kong.) Flavor was good, price was fine, I’ll probably add this to my Delhi routine when I am not with a big enough group to make a Bukhara run.
It’s funny, when you think of table side live barbecue in other parts of the world, you begin to add up how much this is going to cost. In the USA $20-50 per person for this level of food and service would be the norm. We had the live grill, came with beers and desert and the buffet and were very happy with the meal and service. We walked out the door for $20 for two, too and beers included. Can’t go wrong here.
Loved the food as usual. Friendly staff , great service, wonderful ambience and decor. Comparatively easier to get a booking done in this branch of BBQ Nation.
It’s not difficult to fall in love with barbequed fare. What’s not to love? The soft juicy meat that comes apart with one touch or the spicy crisp skin that forms after hours of grilling? For someone who is a great BBQ fan, let me tell you there are those who take this form for cooking very seriously and some of them happen to live right here in Delhi. The city may have a marvellously advanced gastronomic sector but there are still those who like to use their fingers to go through their meal. Leave your forks behind people! Use your fingers to pull that juicy meat apart. One of the many places that entertains and encourages your love for BBQ is the very famous ‘Barbeque Nation’. This immensely renowned chain of restaurants deal exclusively into the betterment of BBQ fare.
Barbeque Nation is conveniently located in all prime locations in Delhi NCR. No matter which market you target, be assured that you will find a Barbeque Nation outpost somewhere in there. Gastronomically speaking, the brand is huge and in the past few years it has become almost essential to Delhi’s food scene. Saket is another notch in its belt. Find the outlet of Barbeque Nation at DLF Place Mall and lose yourself in their grilled goodness. The outlet is a busy one and is known for its loud and rambunctious ambience. Skip the place if you want a quiet sit-down meal. Expect to see large groups of diners filling the earthy simple room done in tones of brown. Faux brick finish is used to highlight different areas. Colourful flags marks the ceiling and mood is kept casual and laid back. There is plenty of dining options for you to take advantage of.
The concept which Barbeque Nation follows is an interesting one. They encourage their diners to eat as much as they want but for a fixed price. Their buffet spreads are lavish and much sought after. Each table is fitted with a small live grill, which is later loaded up with numerous yummy grilled starters. You can enjoy items like, mutton seekh kebab, paneer tikka, tandoori mushroom, fish tikka, grilled prawns, Cajun spicy baby potatoes, tandoori pineapple and chicken tikka. Later, dabble into curries, noodles, breads and gravies. For dessert stick to pastries, kulfi, pudding and gulab jamun. Barbeque Nation is not cheap but it’s not expensive either.