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Marut Sikka’s restaurant is the only one in the mall to have its own entrance. The interiors look as fresh as when the restaurant opened. There are so many dishes on the menu that are worth trying that ordering a thali is the only way to sample most of them in one go. Do not miss the gram flour-coated spinach: chaat with a Kainoosh twist in the texture; the Dum Ka Keema that is a cross between a pâté and a kabab, or the yam and zucchini kabab which has been mildly smoked.
Kainoosh now serves even other cuisines other than Indian and that’s the reason I gave it a try after a long time! Keya the lounge & bar next door belongs to the same owner & have a common kitchen so they are happiee serving Keya’s menu there as well. So, if you want a classy formal quiet ambience then Kainoosh is a lovely place to be. The service is courteous and warm. The food is gud too! Loved the jalapeño cheese balls, 3 mushroom dim-sums and the Lebanese veg platter! Tried the Argentinian Malbec for the 1st time on recommendation and it was fantastic! Would recommend the place!
A nice cozy Indian cuisine restaurant with some finger licking menu. Try their bhindi raita. Pan bhirni and fish tikka. Its contemparary setting and location makes it a repeat destination.
Great food, worst manager!We love eating at Kainoosh and this time booked their private dinning on phone for a family celebration.We reached and manager said you cant sit as its reserved. We said we were confirmed on phone and how can u say no now.He was least interested and said he does not know what guy booked on phone!Imagine a manager saying he does not know about his staff doing what bookings.When asked again he said arrogantly its reserved by owner for lunch!!!Such pathetic revert by manager of a restaurant , this will really kill this good restaurant in time.
The place has the best Indian food in whole of Delhi. The dal makhni is the best and i have already gone there more than 10 times only for the dal. The ambience is very nice. They also have a provision for a small get together in a private enclosed area with TV, speakers, sofa set, dining table and lot more. If you want to have Indian food go for kainoosh
We did not have a reservation but did manage to get a good table. It amazes me how families walk in at 10 pm for dinner with little children!It’s noisy and busy but the service is quick. The servers know their job and are efficient.The dishes were decent sized and the food was hot and tasty. Our friends raved about the “Raan” (leg of lamb) which they found to be tender and succulent. The “Kulfi” (traditional Indian ice cream) with “Rabri” (thickened sweetened milk with layers of cream) was to die for.You can’t really hang out here, you have to eat and leave.
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Celebrity restaurants have a way of familiarizing themselves quickly amongst the patrons. Their attachment with a celebrity status brings them a horde of fan following as well as curious diners, who just come in to see what the pomp is all about. Delhi is home many such high profile restaurants, opened by page three celebrities and well known chefs who have already publicized themselves through their own food shows. One name that has become synonymous with Indian cuisine on telly is of Chef Marut Sikka, who has popularized himself with his treasure trove of fabulous Indian recipes. He has now bought forth his expertise to the city of foodies by opening his standalone restaurant, â€˜Kainooshâ€™. This posh fine dining restaurant is placed at DLF Promenade Mall in Vasant Kunj and enjoys the exclusivity of having its own separate entrance. One can go out on a limb and say that Kainoosh is excellent.
As it is the well-practised trend, fine dining restaurants exudes a certain amount of class and finesse. They almost always follows with an elegant setting that is bound to take your breath away with its beauty and grandeur. Chef Marut Sikka has paid a lot of attention to the dÃ©cor by beautifully blending together traditional aspects with the modern aesthetics. Although the colours are kept traditionally Indian with splashes of gold, bright pink and tones of brown, the structure is quite contemporary. Kainoosh is vastly spacious, forming separate private dining rooms for those who like a little privacy with their party. The main dining room is spectacularly designed by throwing in comfy formal chairs and sofas flanked by a row of carved screens. Beaten metal lamps hangs on each table lending an intimate glow about the room.
The lovely fusion theme of the dÃ©cor extends to the menu too, where traditional Indian cuisine is given a modern unique twist, under the careful guidance of Chef Marut Sikka. He explores and excels North-Indian and Mughlai food with great finesse, giving his patrons a dining experience of a lifetime. Dining at Kainoosh doesnâ€™t come cheap but itâ€™s totally worth it. Pick a glass of refreshing masala chaas before tackling the appetizers that includes, yam & zucchini kebab, mahi musallam, spicy benarsi potato kachoris, murgh ki chaamp, miniature roomali rolls, raan and dum ka keema. Main course section travels all over India handpicking only the best of recipes. Indulge in some desserts later as a proper send off.