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Fashioned after an old-style royal railway carriage, Sahib Sindh Sultan takes you back in time with its leather banquet seating and ornate table settings. The service provided by the liveried wait staff is efficient while the cuisine makes its way through multiple destinations: Rajasthan, Gujarat, Sindh and Punjab, to name a few. The menu is imaginative and includes creatively-titled dishes like the Royal Velvet Chicken Soup - a wholesome broth prepared to cater to the ‘nakhras’ of Indian royalty. You can also taste British influences like the Fish Tikka A La Lord Ripon - delicately-flavoured sole medallions marinated in yogurt before being chargrilled.
Sahib Sindh Sultan at Ambiance mall, Gurgaon has bought a unique concept to attract the patrons by designing the restaurant in a British raj era train carriage. The waiters attend you in liveried avatar to remind you of days gone by. The lavishly decorated and upholstered the restaurant is a fascinated place to be while enjoying the delicious north Indian fare the chef puts up. The train takes you on a culinary journey through various stations- Rajasthan, Sindh, Gujrat and Punjab to mention a few. The regional cuisines gives you a lot of selection with different techniques and spices. The modern methods blend with traditional preparations to present to you a table laden with feast fit for a king. The mouth-watering delicacies are authentic to the region they belong too. The British raj railway theme surpasses all expectations with its grandeur and opulence. As a palette cleanser start with sahib ka panna or Sindh thandai. The cool refreshing drink will put you in the right mood.
The first course commences with chaat, shorbas, khumb ki galouti, Makai motiya seekh, chonk ki tikki, Malabari jhinga, tandoori pomfret, fish tikka a la lord rippon, murg ka barrah, murgh ka soola, kakori kebab, atta raan and lemony chicken tikka. The names of the lords adapted in the dish gives a further reminder of the old days theme. For second or main course breeze through lip smacking curries. Paneer multani rahra masala, vegetable chop masala, jhinga jhalandari style, bhindi singada, railway mutton curry, bharrey lahori aloo, sir francis drakeâ€™s lobster, rajputana laal maas, kheema meat a la rara, murg peshawari and lagan ki chaamp are few of the delectable curries. The biryanis and pulaos will pair nicely with the gravies or raita or dal. The assorted indian breads are made in special ways too. Some of the combinations that attracts attention are lal mirch ka paratha, chilly olive naan, hari mirch ki roti, jalebi paratha and cheese naan.
Under colonial sweet tooth title the royal desserts like paan kulfi, lychee ki tehari, pineapple ka halwa and ice creams are offered. Sahib Sindh Sultan makes a special dessert which is a must have. Flambeed gulab jamoon with brandy should not be passed over. The efficient staff makes your dining experience most enjoyable. Sahib Sindh Sultan is affordable and unique place so definitely make it a point to drop in near future.