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Kebab Korner is a very special restaurant as the recipes of the dishes served have been handed down through generations of family Chefs. The restaurant specialises in rich North Indian cuisine and any meal here is a regal affair. The restaurant was recently revamped and with its big comfortable arm chairs, ornate decorated windows that remind you of intricate lattice work really makes you feel like you are dining in a mahal or palace somewhere in the North. This royal treatment is extended with their courteous service and wonderfully rich food. The highlight of course being their kababs.
When considering the ambience aspect of North Indian restaurants in Mumbai you will find them dime a dozen so it takes something really clever or outstanding to separate the one from the other. Many chefs have tried to play with the menu in hopes of glamourizing it or do something fantastic with the décor to pull the patrons in, but most of the time it all falls flat. Stepping away from the conventional approach of North Indian restaurants, ‘Kebab Korner’ is like a breath of fresh air in the city packed with monotonous visions. Housed under the glitzy Hotel InterContinental in Churchgate, Mumbai, the restaurant pulls a lot of clientele through its cleverly crafted menu and charming décor. It is a good space to host an intimate dinner party or even take along a foreign guest to flaunt the city’s fine dining.
The forte of Kebab Korner lies not only in its curries but its kebabs as well. You will find them to be mouth-watering and painstakingly melt-in-your-mouth. Throw in a couple of buttery naans to fully enjoy the fare. North Indian and Mughlai seems to be their calling here. Order a refreshing beer or a serving of scotch to marry your meal first. Start with, makkai roti tacos, zimikand chips, tandoori murgh, Haleem ke kebab, kakori kebab, khalli ke aloo, butter garlic tandoori jhinga, sweet potato ragda, moong dal pops and murgh tikka methi malai. Relish curries like, American corn kadhi, anardana lobster, matter vadi ki khichdi, martaban rogan mutton curry, paneer tikka masala, martaban amritsari chole, zardaloo keema kaleji and bharwan mirchi.
At Kebab Korner you get to savour Indian cuisine in a new refreshing manner. Though the comforts of the curry are the same but they have played with ingredients in a creative manner. The menu is the perfect foil to the surroundings. The interiors of Kebab Korner are made in such a way that it blends together modern aesthetics with traditional essence. Soft pastel shades are used to uplift the room in their upholstery like peach and china blue, setting off beautifully against their latticed screen windows. A striking chandelier made of out of beaten copper pans catches the eye instantly. Ornate gilded mirrors and latticed metal lamps adds a romantic flair to the décor. Ask to be seated in their private dining area if you are part of a large group. Kebab Korner is pricey.