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There is a slight nip in the air, but the teppanyaki-style open-hearth food lends warmth to the proceedings. Royal Orchid’s open-air Indian restaurant has a unique menu featuring exotic jungle delicacies originating from tiger reserves across India – interestingly, the place is modelled after hunting lodges of yore. As the honeyed voice of a live ghazal singer keeps you enthralled, tuck into a plate of ajwaini bekti tikka, a dish originating from the Sundarbans – juliennes of fresh fish marinated in carom seeds among other spices – or dohra kababs, a popular delicacy found in dhabas around Sariska which fuses chicken and mutton seekh, giving you the best of both meat worlds. For mains, the murgh reshmi dumpukht, which is tender boneless chicken simmered in a smooth cashew gravy, hailing from the cool climes of Jim Corbett National Park and Dudhwa National Park, is a must-try.
To enjoy North-Indian food in the truest sense in a romantic and al fresco dining head over to Royal Orchid Central Hotel in Pune for a mesmerizing evening. Take someone special or family along to impress them with a charming dinner under open sky. At ‘Tiger Trail’ you will experience lovely Indian food in a new light. The restaurant carries an interesting name which justifies to the romantic and mystical surroundings. This open air restaurant is popular amongst the local families and the visitors alike. A wide and green courtyard is divided by the light chic furniture which matches the outdoorsy theme. A lovely pergola presides at the front canopying over the tables lending them a private look. Dreamy Turkish lamps hangs on different corners and each table gets its own lantern which transforms the night into a mysterious and enchanting evening. If you want mood dining then there is no better place in the city than Tiger Trail.
Dinner at Tiger Trail is a memorable experience. It is intimate, romantic and a gourmet’s dream. The chef does full justice to the food and what come to your table is a visual as well as flavoursome delight. To give the menu an extra edge they have keeping their theme in mind has named the dishes after the famous wild life sanctuaries which I must admit is rather interesting. Expect to find food here excellently prepared so come here with a ravenous appetite. Begin the jungle trail by wading through the appetizers featuring, tandoori jhinga, dal shorba, murgh malai tikka, dudhiya seekh kebab, achari paneer tikka, kebab e tiger, tangdi lajawab, tamatar dhaniya ka shorba, stuffed mushroom kebab, dohra kebab, gosht shahi shikampuri, lasooni paaya ras, ajwaini bekti tikka, gosht seekh, tandoori phaldari chaat and bharwan paneer sholey.
The appetizers are scrumptious enough to fill you up quite nicely but if do want some main course then Tiger Trail does a fantastic spread displaying, murgh handi lababdar, paneer dumpling makhani, gosht saagwala, doodhiya nazakat, Awadhi nalli gosht, kaju kumbh mutter, dum ke gunche, dum mirch hariyali and mutton kolhapuri. To entertain its guests the restaurant organizes gazal singers so while you savour the sweet course you can enjoy the silky voices of the singers. Tuck into gulab jamun, phirnee, pyaaz ki kheer, Royal Orchid sundae and malai kulfi. Dining at Tiger Trail is a little pricey but is overall a worth it experience.