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Mughlai cuisine is the theme at Jodha Akbar, which is spread over 2 levels to host both regular diners and parties. Golden metal work detailing, artistic wallpapers and impressions of Indian royalty add to the Mughlai vibe of the dining outfit. 'Paneer Malai Tikka' comes swathed in a cream envelope, surrounded by green peppers and tomatoes, grilled to smoky perfection. 'Murgh Qorma' headlines the Murgh Pakwaan section, where large chunks of the bird can be seen soused in a yoghurt-based gravy. You can mop up the palate-tickling 'Qorma' with 'Baluchistani Kheema Naan' that spills out its ground mutton secrets with a single tear.
Went there with a few friends for lunch yesterday.As per the name the overall theme of this place has been kept royal from curtains to ceiling to artwork on walls. The place is not that big but has enough space/seating for almost 25-30 people i would say.Coming to the food-We had a couple of starters including dahi kebabs, corn malai seekh, spring rolls.Dahi kebabs were crispy from outside and although very smooth creamy and very well spiced from inside but I felt just a tad bit of dryness. Spring rolls were presented as shots and were very good, the outer layer was supremely crisp and filling was good too. But the star dish was the corn malai seekh, just melt in mouth soft with balanced spice level 👌.For the mains we had shahi dal makhni, pindi chana, subze korma, mushroom mughlai.The dal makhni although good in taste but was not that authentic in taste as one would like. Pindi chana was good, chanas were soft well cooked and the masala complementing it was good. Subze korma gravy/masala was very creamy and delicious in taste.The butter we had I felt were thin, bit the lacha paranthas were really soft 👍.For desserts we had gulab jamuns with ice cream and kheer.Gulab jamun with ice cream were served in small shot glasses, it is a combo made in heaven and you can never go wrong with this, but would jave liked my gulab jamun to be a bit more hot.I'm not much of a kheer person so for me the kheer was okay.The service was good too.Overall a very good experience, worth trying if you are around and looking for a good place to eat.
Visited the place for dinner. Lemon juice was awful but the food was nice and spicy. Took quite some time to serve. Place badly needs renovation. Entry not very friendly.
The food here was awesome.. however, they need to work on their service which is a little slow and inattentive at times...For the food.. must visit..
The ambience was good, as well as the dining experience.We had Murg Tandoori, Murgh Changezi, Baluchistani Keema Nan and Murg Dum Biryani.All the dishes were good, the Murg Changezi was spicy and the Keema Nan had good stuffing.The chicken pieces were generous in size and the boneless Biryani was moderately spicy.The prices were not expensive, and we got a good deal with them.
As the name suggests, the restaurant serves Indian (Punjabi, Mughlai) cuisine, as well as Chinese cuisine. However, we had a few Chinese dishes (soup and a chicken starter) and they were both below average. The kebabs and the chicken curry were excellent though and thus we realized it is always better to have Indian food here. The decor is very traditional Mughlai which adds to the feel of the place. Service was a tad slow but you don't mind that as long as they are serving delicious food.
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