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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 has a beautiful ambience and offers delicious food. Highly recommend the vegetarian Bharwaan tandoori aloo, Paneer tikka, Daal makhni and Awadhi subz biryani.
A person goes to these restaurants, not for food alone, but also for the experience especially if he/she is with family. There are so many restaurants, that it is important to choose the right one, for such an experience. Kainoosh owners need to know that the inside restaurant pleasure is killed by the old man standing outside, who not only speaks rough language but also threatens customers. The respected old man says that we have a lot of customers and we don't need you. (saw this happening twice in front of me and when intervened I was also at the receiving end of the same treatment) I only hope that the owners pays serious attention to it before the the old guy turns away everyone and it's too late for anyone to rectify
Last week we were again at Promenade Mall with our son and grandson and had lunch at this restaurant and must admit he food was really tasty and enjoyable
Ambiance: Pleasant but seems a bit cramped. We went for lunch on a Sunday afternoon and the place was almost full and hence full of noise. Food: We chose vegetarian platter for starter which consists of four pieces Yam and Zucchini kebab, three pieces of Paneer Tikka and three pieces of stuffed Tandoori Mushroom. However, this is not listed in menu as a platter and I got to know about it from a review posted earlier. All the items were delicious, especially the Yam and Zucchini kebab which melted in the mouth. For main dish we chose Lal Maans and Murg Mangal Ram with wheat roti. La Maans was listed a very hot (three chillies), we found it hardly hot even though we are not so much into spicy food. The taste was good for both the dishes, but did not meet my expectation generated from the feedback received from reviews. For Dessert we had trio of kulfi which came in three flavours -mango panna, fig and pistachio. I loved mango panna the most.Service: Service was quite good and staff was unobtrusive and polite.Overall a pleasant experience, worth going back and recommending.
If in a mood to eat good rich Indian food then this is the place, but if counting calories is your weakness then the place isn't for you. Food is yummy and has never been disappointing on several occasions that we have been there . The variety of chutney and pickles they serve is an add on . Love their food.
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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.