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One of the three restaurants at the Essex Farms is Essex Village. It does do some decent Indian food despite slow service. Start your meal with the 'Chaat Ka Khazana', which has a choice of chaats including papdi and aloo. The 'Murgh Tandoori' is really good with delicious smoky flavours which is what tandoori chicken is all about. However, the 'Seekh Chapli' and the 'Machhli Tikka Ajwaini' both had a peculiar aftertaste and were very dry. For the curries, the 'Nali Gosht' and the 'Paneer Jodhpuri' are really good. But what is absolutely spectacular are the 'Rotis' and 'Naans'. Hot crispy and just perfect, the Rotis have magic to redeem the afternoon. Do not forget to eat the 'Anjeer Badam Kulfi' – creamy and rich – delicious.
A Date or take a family. This place justifies both. Beautiful interiors and exteriors . Lighten up your soul with the amazing garden sitting under the lamps .. click as much as you want .. eat the delicious variety food with desserts and coffee or drinks. I love this place so my family does . Love the bakery items ... just drooling 😍. And definitely the mains and the food is delicious either the starters or the main course. Do try the mushroom spinach soup .
Our six person tour stopped here today, a place we were taken to by our Trans India guide for a light lunch. The food was acceptable but we were egregiously ripped off for more than 400R each for twelve 330ml bottles of Kingfisher Ultra. I am staying in a five star Delhi hotel where I can get a cold Kingfisher out of my mini bar for 325R. To charge 400R is an outrageous price and we just didn’t catch it on the bill ... and with taxes it came to more than 5000R for a 12 pack of beer. We have also written to Trans India to take this place off their list of guide endorsed snack stops.
Good Indian Food to Relish. We went here for dinner on a Saturday evening and the place was quite full and felt slightly stuffy inside. The service was good with waiters on their toes They served us some roasted papads to begin with and served some salted peanuts along with the drinks we ordered The Ajwaini Fish Tikka that we had ordered for starters was quite good even though it was Baasa which I do not prefer but quite liked the preparation. We ordered Murgh Makhani, the quantity of which was more than ample and at the same time the taste did not lag on any front.. the chicken was quite buttery as it is supposed to be, not very sweet and good amount of coriander topping to add more flavour to it The Naan was slightly disappointing, the Pudina Paratha little oily but overall the food was worth the price we paid especially with Zomato Gold
During a tour of the city we were taken here for lunch by the tour guide. The food was delicious and we probably ate too much!! A lovely experience.
Nice restaurant which we visited with our guide, she recommended the lamb biryani and patak paneer which were both ok, but not very spicy for north India also it was the most expensive place we ate and that included our hotel.
Sometimes location is all it takes to make the restaurant a success. â€˜Essex Garden Restaurantâ€™ at Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi, is located at the wonderful junction of south Delhi where the different cultures meet and blends into each other. The restaurant lies near IIT gate so it gets a lot of attention from the passersby. Essex garden restaurant is part of the Essex complex where a pastry shop, a bowling alley and a banquet are situated. The restaurant has ample amount of parking and the people who come here for other activities like bowling, stops by at the restaurant for a meal. DÃ©cor of the restaurant is simple and elegant in an unassuming way. Itâ€™s meant for family and friends who pop in for a quick lunch or dinner. The punters that visit includes both locals and tourists in equal parts. Restaurant is enveloped in greenery with lush plants scaling each yard.
The menu is wide and multicuisine. You will find north Indian, Chinese, continental and seafood here divided into separate section. In continental start with salad, minestrone, spicy vegetable soup, grilled prawns and crunchy fried fish. In second course you can have pepper grilled fish, chicken steak and fettuccini fungi. For dessert have cream caramel which is fantastic. Indian menu commences with starters like murg goli shorba, aloo chaat, tandoori pomfret, dudhia malai seekh, tawe wali champ and bharwan tandoori aloo. For second innings fish amritsari, kadai murg, nawabi bhuna gosht, sadras khumb, dum aloo Kashmiri, jheenga khada masala and paneer roomani can be had with Indian breads. Gulab jamun, rasmalai and kesar pista kulfi are the dessert course. The Chinese part of the menu starts with chilli chicken dry, prawn pepper salt, wantons and lotus stem salt n pepper. Mains have stir fried prawns, spicy honey chicken, double fried lamb hoisin sauce and tofu in basil sauce with noodles and fried rice.
Chinese sweet dessert has daarsan, sesame walnut and toffee banana/apple along with ice creams. To drink Essex garden restaurant serves tea, coffee, gingerale, juice and fresh lime soda. All the specialities are clearly marked on the menu. The restaurant is at the ideal location which makes it easily accessible. If going with kids you can leave them at kidâ€™s zone and quietly enjoy your lunch. The service is good and efficient. As far money is concerned the restaurant is affordable and within easy financial range.