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An old eatery with modern renovation, this joint is a favourite among the locals. The snacks are good to taste, especially the 'Spring Rolls' and 'Fish Tikkas'. The staff is very courteous and prompt. The décor is modern with no extra fringes to clutter it and the black and white theme is soothing to the eyes.
To get your curry fix, you don’t have to look too much further in Delhi. Every nook and corner is crawling with some fantastic curry houses, guaranteed to make you drool. Any craving of yours for paneer lababdar or mutton rogan josh could be quenched by a trip to your nearest Indian food joint. For those living near Pitampura, North Delhi, that place is ‘Pikwik’. This popular family establishment is highly favored by large groups of diners who come in for their regular dosage of mouth-watering spicy curries. Out of the two outlets of Pikwik, try the one at Shakti Vihar, Pitampura. Weekends are its busiest times. If you want someplace quiet and private, give Pikwik a skip. The location at Pitampura is very approachable too. Avail their home delivery service on days you feel too lazy to come in.
A crowd-pleasing menu meets you at Pikwik. Get ready to dive into an amazing compilation of North Indian and Chinese dishes. No alcohol is served so make do with a mocktail or a cooler. Thick oreo milkshake goes down nicely with the kids. Pikwik is a pocket-friendly place, feel free to indulge lavishly. Start your first course with a plethora of appetizers like, chicken malai tikka, drums of heaven, dahi kebab, teriyaki crispy vegetables, mutton shammi kebab, curry leaf paneer tikka, hot chicken wings, sweet & sour chicken with pineapple, fish tikka, Mexican loaded nachos and babycorn mushroom in Thai herbs. Main course excites you with dishes like, garden fresh pizza, penne arrabiata, American chopsuey, duma loo Bhojpuri, chicken casserole with jasmine rice, navrattan korma, stir fried mushrooms in Szechwan sauce and railway mutton curry.
A basket of buttery flatbreads or noodles will go down wonderfully with mains. Final sweet course is enough to pamper your sweet tooth silly with desserts such as, gulab jamun, honey cake, mango phirnee, banoffee pie and Pikwik’s signature dessert, dahi-gul, a delicious concoction of gulab jamun and cheesecake. Being an affordable place, Pikwik is quite popular with the diners. Don’t go in expecting an elegant or stylish surroundings. Interiors are simple and yet pleasing to the eye. Dining room is comfortable as well as spacious. It’s designed more on the traditional lines and gives the feeling of classic 90’s décor. Pikwik is a good place to take your family to.