This new place has already made its position in the city’s happening places.
They have a pretty big floor area with a setting for almost a hundred. The top floor with fancy decals and hip twinkle lights and the rooftop deck all clad in ropes and chains with comfy lounge furniture. Their are bonfires burning on the roof with booming music. The ambience is groovy but the music could be better.
Their Sheesha menu is vivid but we were pretty disappointed with what we received. First their was no flavor in our supposedly Paan and Orange flavored Hookah. Once we got that fixed wee were hoping to have some good time but the clouds got doused soon enough and after multiple change of coals we still couldn’t enjoy it. Had to give up on it. No beers either 😖
Ordered the kebab platter for starters. It had several items on the plate. Seekh Kebabs, the delish melt in the mouth Veg Hara Bhara Kebabs made from spicy rajma, Rolled Paneer Kebabs filled with potato stuffing, grilled paneer and lastly soya chaps all served along with vinegar onions and green chutney. It was a hit and miss thing. The Hara Bhara and Seekh Kebabs were really crisp and nicely seasoned. But the paneer dishes were just bland and average tasting.
Also tried the Crsipy Corn which is a dish that is good, even when it’s not so good. YKWIM 😉
Decided to go for the Indian cuisine for the main menu as that felt like a safe option. The Paneer Makhan wala was a taste saver. Although it wasn’t the best, the Paneer in a rich tomato creamy gravy was very much savory. Along with crisp stuffed Naan and Tandoori rotis, we finished this one in a jiffy.
The Service was shoody as the waiters just swept past without checking into he tables if we needed anything. Had to call on them everytime we needed something, or just to refill the water. Definitely needs improvement.
All in all, It was a good experience wise but didn’t make any lasting impression that might make me wanna visit back anytime soon.
Food – 3.5/5
Ambience – 3.5/5
Service – 3/5