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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.
The food, the service, the entire experience was TERRIBLE. There was a corporate lunch organised recently and the entire experience was horrendously bad. There were a few fixed starters available. Once the tray was exhausted, no refills were made available. No soft drinks were served, till we repeatedly asked for them. There was no one to clear the empty plates off the table. Food was to be served at 2pm. It got served at 3:45pm. Why the restaurant is named Jodha Akbar is a mystery. A few pictures on the wall, will not make it a Jodha Akbar. Very very disappointed with the overall experience and the taste of the food.
Amazing food i ordered non veg platter, tandoori chicken, garlic naan and masala tawa chicken which was really really good in taste. Staff was very cooperative.Must visit.
One of the worst experience If you are vegetarian, I would suggest not to visit this place but good for non-vegetarians only if you have ample time as service is dead slow. Staff is not friendly at all, the order taker doesn't know what's in the menu and he doesn't know what comes in a platter. I want to give one star for the staff behavior and food but 1 star extra for non-vegetarian food.
Not a place to be recommended for a good meal and neither the place has comfortable / good ambience nor the food is anything worth
Ambiance : Poor, Furniture was old, interior were completely ruined Food : Average, As expected similar to other restaurants, no specialty Service : Main focus of waiters was to collect TIP, else they would even give u a damn, we our self asked for chutney, because they were not attending us, despite we was only customer. Bill : Ready to impose Service Charge, despite confirming over phone, it is optional, during visit they were saying 5% is mandatory and 5% we can wave. Food Quantity : Appropriate
Have you ever wished to go back in time to the golden era of the kings and queens? If yes, then you are in luck as Delhi NCR is seeing an onslaught of dining rooms reveling in royal grandeur. Here is your chance to dine like a king. Where? ‘Jodha Akbar' of course! What better place to glimpse into the beauty and affluence of the past Mughal era than Jodha Akbar. The name alone sets your imagination free and takes you to the time of royal romance and riches. The restaurant is located on 2nd & 3rd Floor, Sector 18, Noida, amidst a busy market place. The elevator that takes you up to the restaurant is a hit and miss so keep your eye out for the doorway to this royal kingdom.
The name Jodha Akbar itself hints on the menu. A delicious compilation of Mughlai and North Indian cuisines can be enjoyed here at Jodha Akbar. However, if you crave something other than Indian then there are few Chinese dishes on the menu as well. No alcohol is served here so pick a nice cooler to beat the heat. Kids enjoy oreo milkshake whipped up by the chef. The menu stirs the gourmet in you with a wide selection of kebabs and curries. Foray with the appetizers such as, murgh makhmali kabab, dahi ke kabab, gosht chaap, tandoori prawn, subj akhroti seekh and murgh kalmi kabab. Break a piece of flatbread and mop up curries like, kathal Mughlai curry, murgh peshawari, gosht shahi qorma, Bengali machli curry, paneer lababdar, lagan ka murgh, anda curry, deg ki kheema and mushroom do pyaaza.
Finish off this royal tour with couple of rich Indian desserts. Gulab jamun, a classic Indian sweet staple stars the sweet section of Jodha Akbar and is accompanied by shahi kheer and brownie with ice cream. This is a value for money place. The affordable rates allow families to dine here lavishly. It's a great place to host small parties. Just call ahead and consult. Bright color choices and striking ambient lighting takes an otherwise modest restaurant to a whole new level. Stylish design elements used to create the space does it's work of catching one's eye. Menu comes with a scroll set in an ornate box, a charming royal touch. Book through EazyDiner to get great discounts and deals.