Located in Connaught Place, this newbie definitely has the capability of standing with other F&B properties in the area. Spread across two floors, the place is huge, the interiors, décor and cutlery are done in such a way that they give you a royal and vintage vibe, taking you back in time. At the entrance, a vintage car is parked. They have coin,key and rifle collections as wall hangings, which adds onto the vibe of the place.
The staff is well trained, polite and courteous. Special thanks to Ms. Monika for being so warm and welcoming, Chef Satish and Chef Umed for preparing such amazing delicacies.
LET’S TALK ABOUT WHAT THEY HAVE TO OFFER ON YOUR PALATE.
Mocktails which are known as Amrit Rass on their menu.
Kala Khatta, Amrud Masaledar,Kinnu Nimbuda and Aam panna
COMING TO THE FOOD,
(On the Grill) : Chingri Malai Jhenga, Amritsari Machhli Tukda, Chargha Murgh Kebab, Lal Murgh tikka, Charrey aloo, Bhutte Mawe ki Seekh, Paneer Lukmiya and Broccoli.
(On the plate): Papdi chaat and Raj kachori.
Paneer Makhanwala, Machher Hol with Garlic Naan and steamed rice.
Must say they had a huge variety of Indian sweets to offer
Gulab Jamun, Malpua, Jalebi(live), Kulfi Gulkand, Phirni, Imarti, Rosogulla, Rajbhog, Afghani burf, Sondesh, Kalakand, Balushahi, Paneer ki jalebi and Rasmalai
Overall had a great experience, looking forward to visiting this place again.
1,500 for two(approx)