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North Indian cooked on teppanyaki counters in front of the guest? It's a concept that hasn't been tried even in the haute spots of South Delhi, though Radisson Blu has been the pioneer of it ever since the hotel opened its doors. A bit of intelligent planning has ensured that your meal can either be entirely teppanyaki or totally from the kitchen's it's your choice. The dishes that are cooked on the teppanyaki grill tend to be light as they use less oil. But do not pass up the chance to try as many flavoured rotis as you can's roasted garlic roomali rotis, chilli thyme naans and chilli cheese kulchas's are all novel inventions of this kitchen.
There are concepts that are untried yet in the culinary world and there is less which surprises us but â€˜Indyakiâ€™ at Radisson Blu, Paschim Vihar, New Delhi, manages to do just that. But first letâ€™s talk about the beauty of the restaurant. Done in lovely, medium brown wooden finish the restaurant is designed to look classy and earthy. The wonderful wooden planks wall reflects chic elegance. The restaurant is spacious and have enough room to move around. The tables are placed at appropriate distance to allow privacy. You can either sit at teppanyaki or at the regular table. Large tables can seat a party of eight comfortably. The restaurant has two teppanyaki counters and an open kitchen. You can have your entire meal at the teppanyaki counter enjoying appetizers to desserts. Indyaki is a great place to take someone to impress them. For couples this is a good option to explore.
Indyaki serves regional Indian cuisine in a fresh and innovative package. You must be wondering what teppanyaki grills have to do at an Indian restaurant. Well, they cook Indian food on the teppanyaki grills which is a first in the city. Usage of less oil at the grill is appreciated by the health conscious customers. Start sampling Indyakiâ€™s menu with Kashmiri apple salad, badami murg ka ark, tamatar tulsi shorba, chicken apricot kebab, aloo teppan chat, grilled bean sprouts salad, roti pe boti, four-chilli rubbed fish kabab, panchphoran paneer tikka, karavalli prawns, badal jaam, tandoor grilled prawn, Punjabi raan kabab, murg soola kabab, tandoori aloo sialkoti and paneer ke shikanje. Follow the appetizers with scrumptious mains such as, chicken chargha, kasoori jheenga, indyaki paneer, seenkh kangri, kozhi melagu, sindhi murg, corgi khumb, subz kaju badam, usmani korma, adraki tadka palak and keema kaleji gurda.
Flavoured breads are a must have at Indyaki. Pesto naan, nutmeg & spinach roomali roti, chilli cheese kulcha, bohri murg pulao, laccha roti, chilli thyme naan, Indyaki fried rice and gosht yakhani pulao will pair beautifully with the mains. Final but the most delicious course is dessert section. The desserts are innovative and must have. Sample thandai brulee, chuckander aur mewe ka halwa, bournvita kulfi, gulkand bhare gulabjamun and black grapes ka shahi tukda. The service at Indyaki is flawless and efficient. You will not regret visiting Indyaki. Dining at Indyaki is pricey but very satisfying. Go with colleagues, family and friends for an exceptional experience.