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Although Awadhi cuisine is still known and available in a lot of places, Bihari cuisine remains novel, except for litti chokha. Magadh and Awadh, started by a brother and sister duo, attempts to showcase this lustrous cuisine, with traditional recipes at the heart of it all. The walls are also adorned with beautiful paintings from Magadh, and the gold and pink colour scheme emphasise on the royal eras of the region. Start of the meal with a sattu cooler, which has flour dissolved in water and flavoured with onions, coriander and cumin seeds – perfect drink for hot summer days. The infamous littis are available here and served with three different types of chokhas – aubergine, tomato and potato. All, including the littis are roasted on the charcoal grill, giving it a nice smoky flavour. Do try the Darbhanga style fish, which has strong and pungent mustard oil marinade and is cooked till tender and flaky. For the main course, try the besan ki sabzi, which has gram flour pakoras cooked in mustard gravy along with bhuna maas, which has tender pieces of mutton cooked overnight in a traditional tomato onion gravy.
India got so many delicacies but unfortunately only some are highlighted and offers in restaurants. Ever thought of where to visit if one wanna grab BIHARI CUISINE, LUCKNOWI OR NORTH INDIAN.. ?? The place to grab these delicacies is here in Sec 29, Gurgaon known as MAGADH and AWADH. The ambiance of the place is pretty decent and got full bar available. What attracted me the most was the its cost for two. Its very reasonable in comparison to what quality they are providing. Not focusing on anything but the food that made me completely insane. Tried couple of things- Sattu Sharbat - perfect for summers to beat the heat and tastes really fine. Litti Chaat- Ever so fresh crumbled litti with thin ghooghni, onion and sev. The masala along was adding more flavour to it. The texture of the dish was really crunchy. Litti Chokha platter- honestly, I never tried litti chokha but after trying here I became one fan of it. The chokha complimented so well with Litti, along with chutney and salads. Magadh wali maans kebab- the mansahari section is altogether got amazing dishes but my favourite are kebabs. The moist meat grind bind so well with spices. Perfect starters and delight for nonvegetarians. Definitely, the bar available here got many options. The prices are really reasonable here. Perfect to go with all the dishes available here, be it vegetarian and nonvegetarian. Also, buffet is another spark of the place. Overall a wonderful place to experience some mouth watering delicacies. Place to be visited with family or friends or even better for date. "Kyuki dil ka raasta paet se gujar kar jata hai." Indeed, good food and good life. Their dessert is amazing too.
We had ordered Veg Litti Platter as i was missing my home town a lot and must say it was daned good. Apart from this one can also try their chaat and gol gappe to taste the Bihari Cuisine and will never regret. A Must Visit Joint.
I rate it as the best Restuarent in Gurgaon as on date . So different from run of the mill restaurants in malls and cyberhub . The cuisine is different , ambience homely , and prices very very reasonable . The best is to sample everything in small servings .
Authentic Magadh n Awadh experience and an extremely cordial staff make you feel so good at this restaurant. We went on Tuesday so it was calmer tha the usual Sector 29 buzz but the service, taste and staff made us feel soooo VIP! We tried their boti baati which is a must try if you know the litti chokha of Bihar and UP. The taas maas is a mutton preparation served over ulte tawe ka paratha which is again a good dish to choose. Their singhara chaat is absolutely worth trying which is basically samosa chaat with the yellow matar and curd experience. Overall a very good experience!!
I ordered food from this restaurant to especially try their Bihari litti and chokha and the dish did not disappoint. It was freshly prepared and cooked well. Plus the accompaniments of chutney, chokha (both aloo and baingan) and ghoogni were equally tasty. I also ordered Murgh Awadhi tikka which was basically a version on malai tikka but was cooked equally well and was tasty. Will surely order again.