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Well spaced seating arrangement in an eclectic mix of blue brown décor, the restaurant’s ambience is elegant and contemporary with ample of natural light. The menu changes every day featuring a sumptuous selection of 6 vegetarian and 6 non-vegetarian kebabs, a couple of starters and a salad followed by the main course of signature ‘Dal Factory’, Dal Tadka, curry veg and non-vegetarian dishes, served with ten or more varieties of Indian bread. The kebabs are selected from more than 450 variants, from Punjabi, Lucknowi, Hyderabadi, Awadhi or Peshawari specialities in vegetarian and non-vegetarian variants; the showstoppers being ‘Galouti’ and ‘Subz Galouti’ (vegetarian option) Kebabs served with 'Ultey Tawa Ka Paratha'. 'Achari Tawa Machhi', 'Machhi Amritsari Lahore Talli Machhi', 'Kasaundi Machhi', and 'Rawa Machhi' are unique preparations for fish lovers. Focussing on innovative flavours are popular chicken dishes including 'Kasaundi', 'Afghani', 'Lasuni' and 'Hyderabadi Chooza' – each one bursting with aromatic flavours. For vegetarians, the choice is no less. From 'Tandoori and Heeng Aloo' to several preparations of paneer and kebabs, the meal is delightful. Before you go on to the main course, do remember to relish delicious ‘Dum Murg Biryani’ and ‘Dum Subz Biryani’ a perfect blend of robust spices, done to perfection. Right from the fresh green salad, starters and the main course, you are offered to have several rounds of fresh Chaas or interesting mocktails to go along. The team will insist you have more helpings but you must keep some space for heavenly desserts - 'Gulab Jamun', 'Phirni', 'Kulfi', 'Paan Ice cream', 'Chennar Payesh', 'Moon Dal Ka Halwa', 'Ras malai', 'Paneer Ki Jalebi'.
Mughals have improved our country as far as culinary face is concerned. They have gifted us with so many classic recipes that I have lost count and one of them are kababs. The great kabab factory located at Park Plaza Hotel, Sushant Lok, Gurgaon, is as its name suggests dedicated to this wonderful Mughlai invention. The restaurant dishes out kababs made of all kinds of meat and lentils. The quality of food is superb and taste sublime. The interiors are done in true Mughlai fashion with stone finish and cutwork details. The place is designed to hold large parties and have a good time. So if you want to have business conversation then choose another place. Great kabab factory is large and bursting with energy. The menu beside the kebabs serves few curries and dals too. The best deal is to pay a fixed price and eat as much and as many kababs you want.
The starter menu holds non-veg kababs like raan-e-murg, achari macchi tikka, lagan ki chop, badami murgh seekh and the restaurantâ€™s speciality galouti kabab. The galouti kabab are melt in your mouth soft and super delicious so have as many as you can. Vegetarian kababs also have a veg. galouti kabab version. Lazeez paneer tikka, dohra khumb, pudina seb ananas, tandoori aloo chatpate and bhuttey ke kabab are on the menu too. For customers who cannot have fulfilling meal unless served dal then GKF has that too. Rizala murg and paneer do pyaaza are the gravy components of the menu. They are served with assorted indian breads. Subz biryani and gosht biryani have found a place on the menu too. The menu of Great kabab factory is a north Indian delight from kababs to biryani to sweet and delicious dessert.
Moong dal halwa, gulab jamun, tinka kulfi and kesari phirni are the sweet portion of the menu. Drinks are ordered separately. Each recipe is well executed by the chef who has earned his loyal regulars. The staff of Great kabab factory are well informed and treat you with utmost respect. Your each query is answered and service is quick. Being on the hotel premises the restaurant is expensive. Under three thousand bucks party of two can have a lavish feast on three course meal. The fool proof deal of paying a fixed price and eating to your heartâ€™s content seems to have paid off.