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The Indian restaurant brand of the Jaypee group. Both Delhi outlets, at the Vasant Continental and the Siddharth, bear the twin imprints of Nita Nagraj, the group’s highly regarded corporate chef, and the vegetarian Gaur family who own the hotels. Nagraj’s many years as one of the Taj Group’s top chefs ensure that the non-vegetarian food is top-notch while the Gaurs have parted with their old family recipes for pickles and vegetarian dishes. The Punjabi-style food at the Siddharth is better but the Vasant Continental outlet is more sophisticated.
Search for steaming spicy curries and mouth watering kebabs will draw you towards the famous â€˜Paatraâ€™ at Jaypee Vasant Continental, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi. Any gourmet worth his salt would know that Paatra is the go to place for delicious Indian fare. Out of all the branches of Jaypee, Vasant continental is their poshest one. So the same amount of elegance is steeped in the restaurant where timeless style awaits you. The restaurant is designed beautifully keeping the theme in mind. You will instantly like the classy and easy elegance the dÃ©cor reflects. The dimly lit room is big enough to house large parties comfortably without any hassle. The ambience is suitable for couples looking for private time and families looking for a cheerful evening. Live music played at Paatra adds to the wonderful experience. The staff provides smooth and efficient service to the patrons with a smile on their faces.
The restaurant is run under the guidance of the groupâ€™s corporate chef Neeta Nagraj. She has used her experience with Taj to improve the non-veg section of the menu. Hotel is owned by food loving and vegetarians Gaur family so you will find exceptional range of pickels etc on the menu. Paatra outshines every other North Indian serving restaurant in the city with exceptional flavours. Commence your meal with lip-smacking appetizers, aatishi murg, patialashahi seekh, surkh paneer, murg tikka angara, bhunee chaat, amritsari machchi tikka, sarsonwaala jhinga, gobhi naal broccoli, gosht chapli kebab, chandini tikki and Makai methi ke kebab. The amount of attention put in the food matches the effort put in the presentation. Each plate seems pretty and eye catching. The mains part of the menu showcases shadras subziyan, rarrah gosht pudina, lehsooni palak, paneer ke paanse, nalli roganjosh, paneer kundan, dhaba murg, palak badaami kofta and Balti gosht.
Paatraâ€™s rice section is impressive as well. Defiantly try out mutton khurma pulao and murg biryani. Indian breads are known for their flaky goodness and spongy texture. Peshawari naan, khameeri roti, bharwan amritsari kulcha, are fabulous with the hot curries. As final course the chef offers the patrons kulfi falooda, phirni, rasmalai and bharwan gulab jamun. If you want low spice level then just ask the chef and he will be happy to accommodate you. Dining at Paatra is expensive but very satisfying. Take visiting business associate here for classy and impressive meal.