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This tiny eatery with only an outdoor, limited seating, boasts of aesthetic décor and a cheerful vibe. Plenty of natural light filtering in, which enhances the design elements in yellow and blue. The small kitchen from where Chef Vikram Arora, bustles in and out with dishes, looks intriguing. The menu is simple but varied and offers wholesome North Indian fare. Vegetarian options abound. Start with the 'Malai Broccoli' or the 'Rustic Shammi Kabab'. If teasing your palate with spicy flavours is what you enjoy, try the chaats à la” Delhi. The 'Soya Tak-A-Tak' served as a chaap will make any carnivore forget meat and is a must-have. From 'Aloo Katliyaan' to 'Bhindi Tamak' and 'Rasgulle Ki Sabzi', the vegetarian mains are home-style all the way. The well-spiced and flavourful, 'Delhi 6 Chicken Ishtu' is comforting and reminiscent of an indulgent Sunday meal when paired with 'Khamiri Roti'. The 'Tamak Mutton Curry' and 'Keema Kaleji' are equally a treat. No drama or gimmicks in the food here. The ingredients are the hero and the flavours reign supreme. The freshly sourced ingredients and spices, impart a unique zest to the dishes. Service staff is well-informed and the service efficient.
Delicious food, wonderful place. food is so full of flavors, just the exact quantity, no wasting anything. Specially thanks to chef Vikram arora and chef Dhansingh.
A hidden place with one of the most amazing presentation and even better good quality. Every single good item was absolutely delicious.
Wonderful place, quiet ambience and delicious food. We had galauti kebab (melt in your mouth, just like in Lucknow) and Ambala chicken with kulcha and nan. Food is so full of flavour and just the exact quantity, you wouldn't be wasting anything. The staff is courteous and polite.
One more place serving Indian food, you say? Refined and elevated versions of what we've been eating all our lives. Primarily North Indian food is on offer. The little amuse bouche had our taste buds wanting more. We started with the Dhungaar Chicken salad. The complex flavoured dressing was tangy, sweet and spicy all at once. The Galouti kebab was perfect in texture. We ordered this with a fair bit of hesitation, as it tends to be pasty and stick to the palate more often than not. Now available at most restaurants, and no longer the rarity that it used to be, this is one of the few places that gets it right. Melt in the mouth perfection, well complemented by the coin paratha it was served on. The Nihari Ghost, with the little condiments on the side, paired perfectly with the slightly sweet khamiri roti as well as the butter naan. Both the breads were brilliant, and we could have eaten them on their own. The Mirch ka halwa, made with green capsicum, was a first for us. The creamy texture, with just the right amount of sweetness, ticked all the boxed. With our sweet tooth tickled just enough, we went ahead and tried the Jalebi Rabdi. The thin, crisp, freshly out of the pan Jalebi with Rabdi couldn't have been a better finish to the meal. The passion and love for food that the chef has shines through, and can be tasted in the food.
What a find. A very small hole in the wall kind of place which serves very tasty food. It is in a quiet corner in Santacruz and not very popular. But the place surprised me with amazing service, mouthwatering food and cute ambience. Very trendy place and has an upmarket feel to it. Don’t miss the Pan Kulfi. It was simply delicious.