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The restaurant has a pleasing décor with comfortable seating. The menu is non-complicated as it offers only North Indian food. Start your meal with signature starters like 'Ram Ladoo', 'Dahi Kebab', 'Khumb Tawa Masala' and 'Tandoori Aloo'. Non-vegetarians can feast on 'Bhatti Da Tandoori Chicken', 'Afghani Chicken', 'Zabardast Chicken Tikki', 'Prawn Kurkure' and 'Masala Grilled Sole' with delicious homestyle 'Green Chutney'. It is advisable to order mix platters as you get to taste 5-6 starters. In the mains, 'Butter Chicken' is of course not-to-be-missed by chicken lovers. ‘Tariwala Meat’ is another speciality here, made to perfection with in-house spices. From Tawa Special section, go for 'Mutton Tikka' and 'Keema Kaleji Gurde', both highlights of the menu. If you prefer Seafood, 'Fish Curry' and 'Prawn Masala' are worth trying. Vegetarians need not worry as they have ample choice too. 'Zabardast Dal', both yellow and black, is very tasty. 'Paneer Tikka Butter Masala' is chef’s recommendation as he does it really well. 'Khameeri Roti', 'Turbo Naan With Egg', 'Chilli Chicken Paratha' and 'Chilli Paneer Paratha' are specials here besides regular Indian pieces of bread. The option of Set Lunch menu works very well for diners ‘on the go’. Round off your meal with 'Kulfi Platter' having 3 flavours and enjoy your drinks, as, the bar is well equipped with a decent collection of wines, beer and other spirits. House special cocktails and shooters are very popular out here. For tea lovers, 'Dhaba Chaa' and 'Lachi Chaa' are really good.
Connaught place is the heart of Delhi but it has another facet. Besides being centre of power and business, the vicinity is a major gastronomy hub, crawling with numerous trendy restaurants and pubs. Every possible global cuisine can be tried here and in every kind of budget. If you have been constantly walking around in search of a good place to eat well then cool your heels and stroll down to middle circle, where on ground floor is answer to your problems. At ‘Zabardast Indian Kitchen’ you can feast on good wholesome food after a tedious evening of bar-hopping. The restaurant is an unexpected surprise tucked between flashy showrooms and can be your go-to dining destination whenever you are in a curry fix. Take your family along or your foodie gang and trust us, you will be a hit.
This is one of the few eateries in Connaught Place with valet service, so toss your keys to your valet and step into the foodie haven. The name Zabardast Indian Kitchen hints towards the menu, which is entirely North Indian. They have some interesting options on the menu, worth looking into. The menu is not too extensive which is a good thing because what they do offer is mind-blowingly delicious. Start your meal with a chilled lassi and accompany it with the appetizers like, paya, dahi kebab, prawn kurkure, hare masalay ka paneer tikka, Bareilly ki mutton seekh, soya chaap, Bhatti da tandoori chicken, khumb tawa masala and double fish tikka. Arm yourself with khameeri roti or turbo naan with egg to tackle the curries. Dig into, soya chaap lababdar, tari wala meat, magaz wala tawa chicken, paneer makhani and prawn masala.
No North Indian meal is complete without some rich decadent desserts. At Zabardast Indian Kitchen you can have your fill between, custard fruit trifle, gulkand paan pastry, milk cake, kulfi platter, chocolate dhoda brownie and gulab jamun with ice cream. Interiors of Zabardast Indian Kitchen are quite attractive looking with modern components and striking lights that uplifts the room. Deep earthy colours brings in a certain warmth about the space which feels welcoming. Small formal tables flanked by comfy sofa chairs makes dining comfortable and yet proper. Overall, it’s a wonderful good-looking place to dine with close friends and family. Not too pricey either.