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This new entrant in DLF Promenade offering delectable Awadhi delicacies. The traditional décor and warm ambience makes it great for a meal with friends or family. The qawwali music adds to the charm of this place. The Qureshi flavours are presented in a way that pleases your sight and taste buds. Burrah kabab is a great appetizer. For mains, one can opt for Nihari, Mutton Biryani, Assorted Kebab Platter, Narangi Kulfi and Khubani Ka Meetha.
If in Promenade Mall in Delhi’s Vasant Kunj donot miss a meal at Namak Mandi Great on taste , specially the mutton biryani, mutton dishes and more importantly not frugal on quantity like most other restaurants Visit regularly and have never been disappointed
this was my first visit to this place so was hoping it would be good and i am happy to say that we were very happy with the quality and the taste of the food> i do not recall the name of the person who served us was it some khan i am sorry but all good food we took on his suggestion as we explained him what we want and he got us this> the desert we ordered from our choice and it turned out to be not good enough > the staff here is very good and do take their advise to help you > would love to visit again
The name captured our attention so we decided to explore. The staff was courteous, alert and the service was prompt. Mr. Swaroop attended us.We ordered kandhari dahi kebabs, kuhladd masala chaach and tadka pindi chhole with khamiri roti and tandoori roti.The portion was adequate and sufficient for two people.Dahi kebabs were served with mint pudina chutney.They were not very soft as per our expectation but the filling was rich.Overall the taste was good .Pindi chhole were satisfactory and not much spicy so we requested Swaroop to make them spicy. They took 5 minutes for the same and the end result was finger licking pindi chhole. Thr total invoice value was Rs.1571/.Would love to visit this place again and explore more dishes.
Namak Mandi: My review Yesterday, by chance, I went to have lunch at Namak Mandi at Vasant Kunj. I had heard a lot about chef Imtiaz Querishi's restaurant and the history of the cuisine they serve. I had also been meaning to visit it for long but somehow something always came up when I had planned earlier. It was a spur of the moment decision and am glad I took it. We were two non veg and one veg group of eaters. So we started with burrah kebab and dahi ke kebab. What a piece of succulent meat were those kebabs. Perfectly charred and done to perfection. The dahi kebab was the best I have tasted till date. As mains, we ordered three types of roti, khameer roti, made of apricot glaze and loaded with cheese, warq paratha and parantha with pudina and mirch. All of them were delicious. That khameer roti!!! My mouth is still salivating thinking about the roti. With roti, we ordered gosht nihari and maa ki dal. I don't like kaali dal much but tgat dal was bursting with flavour and i can eat bowl full of it. The meat in the nihari was falling off the bones, it was so soft and succulent and juicy. And the nihari broth!!! I have never tasted that kind of deliciousness in a nihari broth. Light, bursting with flavours and a soul satisfying taste!!!!! After such a meal, we had no place left for dessert. But what I MUST mention was that we asked for refill of the sweet papaya chutney thrice and they happily obliged. The staffs were very friendly and service was quick. I loved the cosy warmth of the restaurant and its no fuss interior. People should indeed visit for food, not ambience or anything because food really is the hero of that restaurant. Lastly, my note would be incomplete if I do not mention Sabba Ali, the man who served us with such good care and a smiling face. Overall, Namak Mandi gave me soul satisfying food. Loved every bit of the morsels we tasted. Am going back for more!!!
I celebrated my birthday at the namak mandi, on 12th september. The food was as usual amazing and outstanding. i go regularly and ajay the manager never lets me down. Always an amazing experience.
The best way to experience gastronomy is to go old school. Sometimes when our palate is too much overwhelmed by the modern gimmicks and fancy new day ingredients, give it a shot of old fashioned cooking by inviting it back home. Discover the origin of delectable Indian food by booking a table at Delhi’s new favorite dining destination ‘Namak Mandi’. The restaurants pulls you back in time to the era of Awadhi hospitality and the romantic musical atmosphere that was synonymous of the time. Namak Mandi is one of the few restaurants that celebrates the rich cultural heritage of Indian cuisine through a lip-smacking menu and a charming chic background. Give your heels a chance to cool down at DLF Promenade Mall in Vasant Kunj by heading for Namak Mandi located on the second floor.
Drink in the gorgeous dreamy atmosphere created by Namak Mandi before opening the menu. An evening of romantic qawwali music accentuates your dining experience tenfold, highlighting the Awadhi theme they have going on. Traditional Qureshi flavours are the soul of their menu, which pleases one’s palate immensely. The combination of authentic Awadhi cuisine with luscious North Indian fare packs quite a flavourful punch by the chef, who tries his very best to woo his diners with an excellently curated menu. No alcohol is served at Namak Mandi. Switch it with Masala Chaas or thandai. Let Awadh charm you with starters like, raan ahde changezi, charsi tikka, dahi kandhari kebab, mahi afghani, galawati kebab and burrah kebab. If you find appetizers a revelation, wait until you try their curries. Kofta dilkhush, murgh bay-misal, gosht nahari, qasr-e-pukhtaan and murgh khush purdah would be sensational picks.
Even their accompaniments are paid deep attention to. To polish off the curries take advantage of khurmee naan, Karachi bohri, warqi paratha, murgh Rampur, jaan e mehfil and dum nacknavi. Move onto the rich sweet course next without which your meal would be incomplete. Tickle your sweet tooth with, kesar malai phirnee, narangi kulfi, khubani ka meetha and jaan e azam. Even though Namak Mandi is a fairly new entrant on Vasant Kunj’s dining scene, it has quickly won the hearts of the gourmets visiting. The menu may be rich or old fashioned but there is nothing traditional about their décor. Exposed brick walls, sans tablecloth wooden dining tables and modern brass lamps sums up Namak Mandi. The casual laid-back contrast is memorable and so is their affordability.