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In a homely corner market situated in Noida but within striking distance from Ghaziabad, Tawak – meaning cinnamon – is a large, spacious restaurant that is the brainchild of two chefs, one of whom is always around. The décor is simple yet elegant and the ropes with filament bulbs suspended on them make a design statement. There is Indian food (including a Bengali Fish Curry) in deference to the customers and oriental to add cachet to the menu. In Tawak, it is the exemplary service that exceeds everything else: a few others in the stand-alone segment match up.
The quality of food has been severely degraded. The manager Negi is a careless person, he don't know how to manage the things. Quality, service and quantity all is garbage.
Enter Sector-63, A place that is always on the hit list of gastronomes and is home to some of the best Indian themed restaurants. One of these outstanding restaurants is Tawak. Tucked away in Sector 63, Tawak has eye catchy decors and a serene ambience. The staff out here is well-trained and quite hospitable. The menu lists an extensive miscellany of items mainly from the Pan Asian and Indian cuisines and the crew here serves you each and every delicacy with utmost affection. I landed up at Tawak after a colleague of mine decided to throw a small casual get together here. Though I didn’t have too much expectation in the beginning but the impeccable food quality here left me awestruck. That’s the beauty of Tawak. It doesn’t intrigue you in the very beginning but as you settle down to eat, it keeps on hitting you with surprises and in the end, you go home with a happy stomach. Here is a brief info about what I had here during my visit- 1). CHETTINAD CHICKEN- It’s always a delight to have Andhra style Chicken preparations, isn’t it? 2). MUTTON BOTI KEBAB- As exotic as any kebab could get, melts in your mouth the moment you have a bite. 3). TANDOORI ROLLED PANEER- A treat for the vegetarian visitors (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED) 4). CHEESE AND JALAPENO KULCHA- The desi fluffy kulche with a western twist, an absolute delight to eat. 5). TAWAK SPECIAL DAL MAKHANI- Served in handsome portions and cooked with fresh spices. Have it with their Jeera Rice to relish the taste thoroughly. That was all that I had here at Tawak and would like to conclude by saying that if you are hardcore fan of Indian delicacies and wish to try it out anywhere in or around Sector 63, Tawak is indubitably the perfect spot for you to be at. Have a great eating experience!
Few months back I went to this beautiful place. The place is located in Noida sector 63. The outlet has been beautifully set up. It has a great ambience and could cater to around 40-50 pax at a time. I Had ordered around 8-12 appetizer and all of them were splendid. Especially the water chestnut one it was awe inspiring. The staff and service was really great and they were fully enlightened about the menu. Talking about the services well they were very quick in delivering the food to our table. If you are looking for a wonder place then do give this place a try. ❤️
Nice restaurant and good ambiance. Starters were good only disappointed with crispy corn starter Non veg food was also good Enough space for big gathering also.
Those looking fo something different in food will be very happy. Fried water nuts are real good, and so is the Pani Puri. Each dish is unique and has a stamp of the chef. Be it noodles, rice or curry. Overall nice place to chill out
It must have happened to you before where you indulge in something with great sceptic and surprise finds you when your experiment pays off tenfold. Many restaurants are like that, just filled with hidden delights, awaiting your attention. Although Noida has an impressive gastronomy it isn’t that popular when it comes to trendy hip joints and still the natives find social solace in various corners of Delhi. But places like ‘Tawak’ changed all that. The restaurant is very popular with families and large group of diners who are looking for good food being served in a pleasing and approachable surroundings. Take the flight of stairs to the first floor of H-224, Sector 63 and step into a room that is simply yet classily decorated. The locality of Tawak is not very appealing but inside, the matter is entirely different.
Tawak enjoys a varied menu that features not only a good selection of Pan Asian cuisine but also has a great preference for North Indian and Mughlai cuisine. Length of the menu is wide and exhaustive, so one is spoilt for choices. Begin however with appetizers like, mutton boti kebab, crispy water chestnut, dahi ke kebab, Cantonese steam fish, stuffed tangri kebab, tofu three pepper sauce, kasundi mahi tikka, Thai sesame chicken egg net spicy mayo, galouti kebab ulte taw aka paratha, bulgogi wings, achaari lasooni bhuna paneer and double fried crispy lamb. Dig into the Indian curries and Oriental gravies with help of flatbreads or noodles or rice, whatever your heart desires. Eat, steamed fish in butter oyster sauce, chaamp lababdar, Sichuan style chili cottage cheese, palak mushroom ke kofte, matki ka murgh, wok tossed hoisin vegetables and shredded lamb in hot bean sauce.
Even the final sweet course carries the mark of the chef’s genius and entices the diners with a multitude of picks. Lychee with ice cream, gulab jamun, tub tim grob, masala chai ice cream, darsan with ice cream and kesar badam phirni are simply lip-smacking. You cannot be more wrong if you assume that Tawak is in anyway expensive, it’s highly reasonable. Tawak is set in sprawling proportions, done tastefully in hues of off white and deep lovely red to liven it up. Interiors are attractively designed by keeping the furnishings soothing yet chic. On the evenings when Noida’s weather behaves, sit in their balcony area to admire the gorgeous view of the city.