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While restaurants today are aiming for minimalist contemporary décor and modern menus, The Sahib Room is a refreshing change that embraces the old world charm. Step inside and you are treated like a Sahib or Memsahib. The restaurant is spacious with elegant furniture. There are a few almost couch-like tables and tall armchairs with pretty upholstery beneath crystal chandeliers. A lot of thought and style has gone into the décor. The adjoining Kipling Bar has a lovely community table, a gramophone and even an old quill pen and magnifying glass placed on an antique desk, patiently waiting for Mr Kipling to arrive. The food is regal, making this a perfect choice for an Indian meal with family or friends.
In a world of stiff competition between trendy and hip restaurants aiming to introduce unique ideas to impress customers, ‘The Sahib Room & Kipling Bar’ has chosen the opposite track. Reliving the times of British raj the management has tried to infuse the old world charm into the ambience. Some of the grandeur is borrowed from the yester era and displayed beautifully at St. Regis Hotel, Mumbai. The hotel serves as the ideal backdrop to such a sophisticated place carrying such an interesting name. Décor is timeless and very opulent. Rich luscious fabrics are used to back the upholstery and the crystal chandeliers manage to bring in the air of mystery. The adjoining Kipling Bar has added charm in the form of a gramophone, a quill pen and magnifying glass placed on an antique desk awaiting the attention of master of the house. The restaurant will make perfect spot to hold a business luncheon or a romantic evening with your loved one.
A city which can satisfy any food aspirations from sushi to paella Sahib Room & Kipling Bar is fighting a battle to hold its fort of forgotten recipes. The menu of Sahib Room is traditionally Mughlai, a treasure of authentic spicy recipes connived by our ancestors. The food is rich and aromatic designed for kings and princesses. Equal attention is paid to Awadhi, Kashmiri and Hyderabadi recipes which are prepared as authentically as possible. Look forward to sampling their kebabs and grilled appetizers. Dhungari aloo, broccoli dak bangla, sahib ki khaas gilawat, subzani paneer tikka, gongura jhinga, murgh akhrot ki seekh, tawa pomfret, mahi gulnaar tikka, jaituni mushrooms and Baluchi sea bass tikka. The main course features, khatti bhindi ke bhujiya, sahib room nalli nihari, khade masala ka murgh, yellow dal tadka, tawa charra aloo, ghar ka murgh, sasranga meat, narangi phool and nizami macchi ka salan.
Ranges of aromatic biryanis and interesting Indian breads are on the menu to accompany the curries. As final yet most tempting course desserts give the mains a fair competition, khubani ka meetha, chocolate mille feuille, angoori rabdi, zaffrani rasmalai, malai malpua and Kolkata meetha paan ice cream. Kipling Bar creates some very unique cocktails to go with your meal such as, mowgli, naulakha, paan martini, the phantom rickshaw and gunga din. Be prepared for an expensive bill but also a glimpse of how the sahibs used to live.