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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.
I had vegetarian food and it was okay. Service needs bit of improvement. Also Ambience wise it was dimly lit which for a family outing is not that great.
I can still feel the taste of little creamy little spicy taste in my mouth. I really loved it. I ordered a kadai paneer and nan. One more thing that really liked about reasturant is its green chatani. Nan was soft not too buttery. Environment was impressive lots of light and decorative stuff. Service was also good all were helpful.
Yesterday I was craving for some good mugali food, so my friend recommend me this place Jodha Akbar in sector -18 Noida, as It was Sunday, a funday I ordered Murgh dum biryani, Murgh qorma, tandoori roti and Shahi kheer. Literally this place lived upto my expectations from its name, there food was really amazing in quantity as swell as in quality. Talking about their service it was on time, I seriously didn't microwave the food, it was that hot. Dum biryani was rich in flavours and was lipsmaking, loved their murg qorma it was amazing in taste very creamy and with thick gravy, chicken pieces were properly cooked, there breads were soft and hot. Last not the latest shahi kheer was decent in taste 😊
I have already tried their food many times as they are near to my place. So finally got the time to write something about this place because I always feel great to help foodies like me who always search for new amazing restaurants. Last Saturday, I ordered from this place. Like the name, food of this restaurant is also royal. Food for 2: Only Rs. 800 for 2. Dine-in option is also available here. You can enjoy here with your family ,friends & girlfriend of course. You can see all types of crowd here enjoying good food. Food Quality: I ordered Veg Platter in starters, Murg Changeji, Roomali Roti, Raita & Kheer. Quantity and taste both were up-to-the mark. Murg Changeji & Kheer is a must try. I would recommend to have Murg Changeji with Roomali Roti & Jeera Rice. You will love it for sure. Staff Behaviour: Got my delivery on time & delivery guy was polite Overall, I have a very good experience with this place. In short, food of this place will never miss a chance to amaze you.
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.