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The entire main road of this stretch of Rajouri Garden is filled end to end with restaurants, one of which is Sufiaana. So popular is it that seating space has been provided in the waiting area! The ambience is cheerful with plenty of colour and chairs and sofas of a multitude of designs. The menu is a carefully crafted compilation of Iranian and Arabic kababs rather than cold and hot mezze. Bringing up the rear is a melange of North Indian dishes and tagines as well as pilafs from afar.
South Delhi is highly overrated especially when talking in terms of gastronomy and hospitality. West Delhi has discovered a swag of its own and have come up with several new brands to leave the mark on the gastronomy map. Its Rajouri Garden’s Vishal Enclave area is one of the upcoming localities for trendy restaurants and pubs. The busy road is crammed with various restaurants on both sides forming a vast niche of gastronomy haven for the local foodies. On weekends the entire road gets congested with cars by the incoming of food fanatics, who come calling in hopes of a good time. One of the popular dining destinations is ‘Sufiaana by Cherish’ in Vishal Enclave. The restaurant has its own waiting section so you can assume its popularity. It is often close for private parties, so book in advance.
Sufiaana by Cherish keeps a very wide eclectic menu to suit a diverse range of palates. The menu is cleverly crafted by handpicking delicacies from North Indian, Mughlai and Lebanese cuisines. Dining at Sufiaana might be expensive but the experience is memorable and exciting. Tackle the first course with the help of your favourite drink or give their signature house concoctions a chance. Relish, chicken shish taouk, spinach & cheese fatayer, Iranian mahi kebab, batata harra, jawaneh dajaj mal’I, dahi kebab, Kashmiri paneer tikka, rubyan mal’I, murgh ki raseed, teekha lahsuni khumb, peshawari barra, shahjahani paneer and chelow kebab. Follow the appetizers with mains such as, lamb tajine, paneer makhani, murgh dum biryani, sayadieh, paneer aur kimam ke kofte, dum ki nalli, kastoori subz miloni and Sufi’s prawn curry.
Their dessert section is worthy of the royals with their rich affluent sweets. Feast on, rose kheer, elachi jamun, chocolate cigar, ice cream sundae, pan kulfi and baklava. Sufiaana by Cherish attracts its patrons with a charming Mediterranean façade of white walled cottage with bright blue doors. Just like its menu, the interiors of Sufiaana is decorated in an eclectic way. Beige wallpapered walls sets off the colourful formal furniture beautifully. There is always the option to go casual with their cosy low seated sofas and plush chairs. If you are part of a large group of diners then ask to be seated in their private dining section. The ambience is elegant, striking, vivid and intimate. The eclectic theme of the restaurant works well with the regulars.