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Plating up the Grand Trunk Road

Plating up the Grand Trunk Road
Zune’s perfect ambience and refreshing mocktails with hints of ginger and peachlime revived us from our day’s exhaustion.

The restaurant’s ongoing Grand Trunk food festival had an array of Indian dishes to offer. As the name suggests, the festival covers the delicacies of the entire GT highway starting from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Wagha, Amristar, Delhi to West Bengal. We started with tomato soup while the chef briefed us about the dishes he would be preparing for us.

The chef, Mohammad Irfan explained that the menu and the food has been carefully prepared to make the customers feel at home with nothing very fancy or alien in the menu. Drinks were followed by
starters where our vegetarian and non-vegetarian platters offered us a taste of Punjab and Delhi right from the spicy paneer tikka to the roasted lamb.

The Tandoori Kukkad Rosted Chicken, Makhmali Raan Kebab and Fish Tikka are a must try, they melt in your mouth and get our thumbs up. For the vegetarians there was the Hare Masale ka Paneer Tikka and the amazing Tandoori Bharwa Aloo were the highlights of the platter which were fried to the right amount and perfectly crispy.

For the main course the chef suggested Kali Kadhai Daal which was made with an amalgamation of exotic spices and ginger. Then came the Kadhai Murg Awadhi Korma, Sarso ka Saag and Kadhai Paneer with a choice of Indian breads. We picked the Pudina Paratha and Chilly Garlic Paratha to accompany the main dishes. We loved the Kadhai Paneer, the daal and the Murg Awadhi Korma. The Malai Rabadi Kulfi Faluda rounded off the perfect meal. A meal for two costs Rs 2000 (without taxes) and the festival is on till 3 November. Don’t miss it!
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