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First of all i must say, the restaurant is decorated beautifully. staffs are well trained & well behave. now come to the food, taste & looks of the food is good. tried their beef sizzling, chicken fry, any 3 item meal & drinks. average price.
we had their set menu and cream of mushroom.
set menu was okayish, I wont say that good but it wasn't bad either. The place is okay and the cream of mushroom was 6/10.
They have a room for private party which has a really good decoration.
happpiest thing is that....if u want to celebrate bday....then u can decorate on your own....without any cost....set menu is soooo affordable..
Review: Chicken Tikka Sizzling
Now, I've had chicken tikkas before and I'm no stranger to sizzling dishes either. Growing up, I would love the sizzling noise from emanating from the platter accompanied by the intoxicating smell of the sizzling prawn, beef or whatever we ordered that day.
To have both incorporated in this one dish, to me seemed like an outstanding idea. So, if there are any fusion lovers, this review goes out to you specially but all others shouldn't be discouraged either.
First off, I got to say right away, that this dish was mesmerizing from the first moent when the waiter carried over the sizzling hot skillet to my table and placed it right in front of me.
Red,fiery chicken accompanied with fresh capsicums, onions and grilled tomatoes. And to top it off, a side of parata fresh off the tawa (they offer both Naan and Paratha) and Onion Salad, dressed in pungent mustard oil.
Overall, I gotta say, this is a good dish. The chicken is tender and spicy all the way to the bones. By the time I was done, I couldn't help but suck on the bones to get that last bit of juice out. The salad, compimented the chicken and parata pretty well and the mustardy taste really gave a wild kick to the taste buds and kept things interesting on the taste buds.
Just as a side note, I'd add that because how good the chicken was, we might actually ignore the vegetables on the dish, which, in my opinion was a hidden star of the entire platter. Light, crispy and full of juicy goodness, the veggies, in fact were so good, it could have been a standalone dish on its own.
To summarize I'd give the Chicken Tikka Sizzling :