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A ‘no frills’ family restaurant is a top favourite of the neighbourhood residents. The menu is simple with standard Indian and Chinese cuisine. Do not look for exotic dishes but the ones offered in the menu will not disappoint you. Start your meal with traditional 'Jaljeera' or a soup. 'Murg Shorba' is very popular in the soup section.'Fish Amritsari, 'Lahori Murg Tandoori', 'Murg Afghani', 'Murg Ghilafi Seek Kebab' are signature non-veg starters. While vegetarians love their 'Dahi Kebab', 'Bharwan Aloo' and 'Paneer Achari Tikka'. In the mains, go for ‘Murg Lackhnawi’ – boneless chicken cooked in special spices and garnished with boiled egg. ‘Punjabi Kukkad Masaledar’ is a hot selling item – tender chicken preparation, a speciality of Punjab. ‘Kashmiri Rogan Josh’, ‘Prawn Curry’ and ‘Gosht Rarra’ are a chef’s recommendations and you will not go wrong in ordering these. There are all-time favourites for vegetarians - 'Malai Kofta', 'Aloo Dum Banarsi', 'Dal Makhni', 'Paneer Pasanda' and 'Dal Tarkey Wali'. For Biryani lovers, there is ample choice, both veg and non-veg. The Chinese section of the menu is huge and preparations are good. The bar is fully equipped with usual spirits, wines, cocktails and mocktails. There is live music on weekends and good discount during happy hours. Overall, a nice place for casual family or friends’ outings.
I visited this place with my family.You can have a good verity of food.Food is good but i experienced little late service may be due to weekend.
Food is awesome specially the Dal Makhani. Place has live music on most evenings Enterance is dirty and smells awful and place is overcrowded. Only good thing is food
Good food, excellent service, delictable food, suptumtous and mouth watering food both vegetarian and non vegetarian. Excellent keep up the good work
Went for lunch yesterday and it a was decent experience. Service was bit slow and billing took a lot of time. Coming to food, it was decent. We ask for less spicy food and that's what we got. Ordered Lahori chicken which was properly cooked. Chicken was soft with ample gravy. Also had rawalpindi chana and that was equally good. Overall a decent experience!!
Ate at this awesome restaurant. Cater for vegetarians and non vegetarians. Alcohol also available. Meals are freshly prepared. We had dal makanwala dal tadka Kadai paneer plain roti and besan roti. All preparations were really tasty. However for such a posh restaurant, I didn’t think the entrance and around the area was appealing
Formula for family-style dining has always been good comforting food. The soothing reprieve one finds in a bowl of curry is unparalleled to any cuisine you might have had, which is why Delhi is home to so many fabulous curry houses. Another big factor to dominate the success of any restaurant is the affordability. Combine both curry and pocket-friendliness and you have a hit on your hands. One good example of that is ‘Hi Mircheee’, a spacious good-looking restaurant excelling in curries served for reasonable prices. It’s an instant hit with the families and corporates living in vicinity, who often come down to enjoy a fulfilling meal. Hi Mircheee is located in Sector 12 at Aashirwad Chowk, Dwarka, a hub of residential blocks favored by the aviation industry. This where the crowd comes in need for a curry fix.
The restaurant offers a pleasing combination of North Indian, Mughlai and Chinese cuisines through its menu. Expect to see the usual suspects on the menu, which never seems to go out of fashion for any restaurant. Get your curry fix by divulging into Hi Mircheee’s vast selection of curries & appetizers prepared in an excellent mouth-watering way. Although a full-fledged bar menu heavy on malts is at your service, skip it for a glass of jal jeera, a refreshing amuse bouche. To whet your appetite dig into the starters like, lasuni murgh tikka, gola kabab, soya malai chaap, tandoori chilli chicken, paneer aatish-e-noor and qaafli seekh kabab. Second course excites your taste buds with, murgh makhanwala, ralli milli subziyan, Kashmiri rogan josh, shahi paneer, Punjabi kukkad masaledar, gosht korma, malai kofta, methi chicken and paneer pasanda.
A helping of sweet ananas raita will complement spicy rich curries wonderfully. Polish off the curries with a platter of fragrant biryani or a basket of buttery flatbreads. Fill your mouth with a burst of sweetness with Hi Mircheee’s yummy desserts. Spongy soft rasmalai or melt-in-your-mouth gulab jamun are an ideal way to end your gastronomic stint at Hi Mircheee. On warm summer nights, ice cream in assorted flavours will be a better choice. Hi Mircheee seems like a classic relic left over by the 90’s. Its interiors are very different than what you usually see today. Dining space is sprawling with pale walls and hint of gold used in pillars and such to highlight the room. Simple formal tables encourage you to eat in comfort.