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You will find this multicuisine restaurant in the Ganga Shopping Complex in Noida. They offer an extensive multicuisine menu, that helps you taste and relish a variety of dishes. The massive space and royal décor in shades of brown and gold gives it a fine dining ambience. Amritsari Fish is a soft and moist dish and a must-try. The Appetizer Platters are a must have for a decent variety.
I visited this place today. I think restaurant manager couldn't understand the deal. He clubbed two bills into one. He was not even listening us. We end up paying for something which we even didn't order. Manager was rude and laughfable. We had very poor experience.
Food is really nice. Although the restaurant is small. Non veg specially is yummy over here Prior booking for large group is recommended
It was some good memories of this restaurant that took me back to this place, willing to add another good memory with my friends, but this place turned out to be a disappointment in almost every sense. The management is REALLY rude, captains aren't trained enough, good taste isn't at all worth pulling any good attention. We ordered Chicken Malai Tikka, chicken Tikka, crispy veg & chicken salt & pepper, boneless chicken Tikka masala, all of which was pretty ordinary in taste, plus a mix of fresh and stale chicken. The ambience was ok with some live music, but this area too definitely needs quite a lot of maintenance.
Went for a family dinner. The ambience was cozy with the live gazals playing in the background. The food was good though the service was a bit slowly. Good place to visit.
memorable evening with good food, lovely music and great ambience. This place turned out to be a treasure! Was amazed with the decor, number of tables and the fact that you had the option of sitting in an open air setting as well. Conveniently located next to botanical metro station right in the heart of Noida, I definitely see myself visit them often in the times to come.They had a kashmiri food festival running at the restaurant. Must say, it turned out to be a great first experience with kashmiri cuisine. My personal favourites were the dahi kebabs, lotus stem kebabs, chok wagun (brinjal cooked in tangy tomato sauce) and the mutton yakhni. Not a saag lover but absolutely loved the haakh at this restaurant! All of this was complimented beautifully with their mild yet flavourful saffron rice. A sweet ending to this beautiful evening with phirni, hafta and the delicious almond and saffron infused kava. Could have sat there all evening listening to the melodious ghazals and sipping on the kava. Unfortunately all good things come to an end and we left the restaurant with heart warming memories of their exquisite hospitality and soul touching music. Look forward to many more such evenings - great going guys!!