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With a sparkling white napery set against dark wood, just the pristine surroundings of this gracious, grand North Indian restaurant makes it easily the best option for a formal meal in Rohini and its surroundings. Not surprisingly, there is an emphasis on vegetarian food, given the bias of the clientele hereabouts. The Amritsari kulcha and chola would give the original in Amritsar a run for its money. The tawa til asparagus is unique in the annals of vegetarian preparations. For meat-eaters, the chukander ghosh rogan josh and the chapli kabab are excellent choices.
You can never go wrong with North Indian food, especially if it’s authentically prepared and features recipes half-forgotten in time. That’s the magic of Indian cuisine, there is always something left undiscovered and waiting to be explored. Carrying on the exploration of this vibrant fare is one restaurant that is easily the best formal restaurant in North West Delhi. For neighbouring families ‘Spice Art’ has become a mecca for Indian flavours. The restaurant is a popular dining destination renowned for its pleasing menu and elegant formal interiors. Its location of Crowne Plaza Hotel in Rohini, New Delhi has become a well-travelled route for locals as they often pop in for a lavish Indian meal with friends and family. The moment valet take your keys, you are free to wade into your evening bursting with anticipation.
The elegant formal set up of Spice Art is designed to keep one’s comfort in mind. There is a separate smoking area for nicotine lovers. The moment you step across the threshold you are transported back in time as the first notes of soothing gazals reaches your ears. A live gazal singer croons melodious tunes while you browse through Spice Art’s mouth-watering North Indian and Awadhi menu. Look into their marvellous scotch selection to go with your meal, it’s truly impressive. Nibble alongside on, gongura paneer tikka, saunf aur supari ki seekh, badami dahi nazrane, till lahsun ka mahi tikka, subz ki galawat in parantha tacos and nimbu wala nasheela jheenga. Feast on, lobster butter masala, kumbh rezala, papad ki subzi, tawa gosht, amritsari chole platter, kesar malai kofta and sikandari raan. Pair the mains with fitri naan or, if you’re a health buff, multi grain roti.
Wrap up the meal with something sweet and decadent, like Spice Art’s desserts. Go greedy with, chocolate fritter with ice cream, moong dal halwa, gulkand aur chenne ki jugalbandi, hot chocolate gulab jamun and mithe ki numaish. Spice Art may be expensive but it has so much to offer. Interiors of Spice Art are epitome of luxury and affluence. Created around the modern aspects, the restaurant has a generously spacious formal dining room with eye-catching lamps hanging on each table on both sides of the room. Tones of grey and brown are played with to infuse a sense of warmth to the space. Spice Art is sophisticated, contemporary and quite striking.