We are a gourmand couple who love to discover new places and eat our hearts out. Follow us for a guilt trip along the food road.
Being big foodies in nature my wife and I generally try and cover many restaurants, big or small and try various cuisines. Not all big restaurants serve the best of food and not all small ones are unhygienic and a bad choice.
On entering this mid sized restaurant we were wondering if this place has been decorated by buying random stuff. The tables and chairs were Kashmiri with intricate wood work on table top, the chairs also had some great carving. There were large pieces of colourful cloth hanging randomly and connected from one end to the other. And some very unmatched piece of decorative items.Verdict – interiors need to be worked on.
Over to the food. First of all we had to wait for a while for someone to give us water. And post that there was no looking back. We ordered the Crunchy Babycorn and Zucchini priced around 170/- , delicious and very different, the crispy Babycorns were well coated and fried.
Then we had the Veg Ching Kao @ 140/-. These were basically veg Dimsums. Good but a little chewy. Later on we ordered the Honey Glazed Lemon Chicken, which was the show stealer priced at around 200/- a perfect combination of spices, with a mild tangyness of lemon and the sweetness of honey.
For the main course we had the Thai Green Curry with steamed rice for 270. The Thai curry was just about OK. The look was not to appealing as it was dark green in colour just like some Palak curry and there was just a faint trace of coconut milk, which ideally should have been the dominating ingredient in the dish.
Overall I think one must stick to Chinese here as the restaurant is best for it
Quantity wise it was good but being a mid level casual restaurant the prices were slightly on the higher side, like that of a fine dine restaurant.
Would we visit it again – Definite yes but specifically and only for Chinese.