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Go to Orza for their kebabs. Every last one of them. Because you will lick your plate clean and then ask for another round. The 'Mewa Mawa Fritters' is an absolute revelation with nuts and cheese combined together to make a delicious kebab while pomegranate chicken is just fantastically sweet and sour with deep flavours from whole spices. For the main course, there is as much for the vegetarian as there is for the meat eaters. The 'Apple Curry' and the 'Laal Paneer' are delicious and are perfect with steaming hot 'Rice'. While the 'Kandhari Mutton' and the 'Dum Kokur' need to be tried with the myriad breads that are on offer – from the 'Bakharkhani' to the 'Lahmacun' to 'Tamiri' – these are just some which need to be tried. The place is child-friendly have lots of high chairs available. Do not forget to reserve a table.
In the heart of the city and oldest Mall Ansal plaza is a very fine dinning restaurant..The Decor,The hospitality,the designer presentation of food item all was excellent
Bringing something new to the table to satiate the evolving palate of the current consumer has become the mantra for a restaurant to thrive in today’s market, which is being barraged with new eateries opening every day. And one such attempt has been successfully made by Orza, an Indian-influenced restaurant. While everyone would have had a tryst with fusion food, Orza, is bringing Indian-influenced food to the culinary scene, by offering dishes that draw hints from Awadh, Persia and Kashmir, while maintaining the flavour profile. Tastefully done interiors are marked by hues of brown and blue that run through the entire restaurant, a well-equipped bar and a beautiful open kitchen housing a wood-fired oven, that dishes out fresh and oh-so-good breads in a matter of seconds. The menu comprises of a variety of drool-inducing dishes that one cannot afford to miss. Topping that list would be the crisp and golden brown beetroot and yoghurt kebabs. Crumb coated, the beetroot kebabs had a yoghurt filling inside, had a mellow undertone of cardamom and was served with a quenelle of yoghurt. The usual seekh kebabs, prepared with lamb, were taken up a notch with the oozing cheese stuffing inside. A little sumac and fresh flatbread on the plate gave it the middle-eastern touch. For mains, kandhari mutton is one dish that one cannot miss. A fiery red curry, with a slight sweetness, prepared with onions, tomatoes and garam masala, having succulent, falling-off-the-bone mutton shank, served with tamiri roti. And if you’re a vegetarian, look no further than the nadru kofte. Deep fried lotus stem dumpling, that can be had just by itself, steeped in a rich tomato and yoghurt curry, served with zuta bread. A dish so good that it could give its authentic counterpart a run for its money. To seal the deal and conclude a beautiful meal at Orza, the Persian saffron ice cream: Bastani Akbar Mashti would be the perfect fit. Rich and creamy, studded with pistachios, the saffron ice cream would be a great pick for desserts. But, if like me, you incline towards chocolate, then the chocolate fondant is what you should end your meal with, on a happy and sweet note.
An innovative and eclectic array of dishes from Irani, Turkish to Lucknowi with a fusion of herbs and spices. We tried the ab-gosht, dum kokur and kandhari mutton which were all slow-cooked and delicious. This was followed by bastani akbar mashti (persian saffron ice cream). Recommended including the service.
The presentation of the food on the plate is great. Portions are small. Service is good. Best dish we had was the Ab-Goosht. It was a very flavorable chicken dish.
So I visited on 29 Sept '18 The ambiance of the place was elegant and tasteful... The food as they promise is a fusion of awadhi - kashmiri cuisine and they delivered exactly that ! They started with a complementary started of a minced lamb on a flat bread with a plate of 6 different chutney ranging from raw papaya (my fav) to plum jam and others with nuts ... I liked their welcome dish and they had a vegetarian Version also .... I started with the chapli kabab, never had better ! Must have , my mom ordered a second round and we packed for home as well ... Next afghani malai kabab , very creamy and melt in your mouth ! For mains they have custom paired roties with the main dish u choose.... I had the rista ( kashmiri lam balls )And a mutton disk they come with their individual rotis and was yummy ! I liked the place all and strongly recommend it to non vegetarian who enjoy awadhi and Kashmiri...