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Taste of the nawabs

Taste of the nawabs
The choice of eclectic specialties tingle the taste-buds and pique the senses, offering an authentic and well-researched cuisine.

The menu features Murgh Nawabi Beda- succulent chunks of boneless chicken flavored with royal Indian spices and finished in clay oven,  Tandoori Nisha - Fresh jumbo prawns marinated with yogurt, chilly and spices and charred in clay oven amongst other melt-in-the-mouth kebabs for starters which offer a perfect treat with Paaya Shorba with Kofta- Flavorful broth of slow braised lamb trotters infused with Indian spices and served with meat dumplings.

 The main course impresses the connoisseur with the divine Akbari Murgh Masala- Traditional preparation of king’s taste popular from the Mughal period and Gosht Nalli Nihari Popular preparation of overnight braised lamb mildly spiced with cardamom and cinnamon, which promises to elicit many oohs and aahs and make the taste buds dancing with flavours and with slow braised cooking.

For the vegetarians and even for the non-vegetarians  what comes as a sheer delight is Gobhi dolma- Dry preparation of garden fresh cauliflower tempered with cumin, onion and green chilly. This dish is way beyond regular cauliflower preparations in Indian cuisine and scores high on flavours as its extremely light on palette and prepared with simple but delectably put ingredients.

Meal for two comes to about Rs 4000 (without taxes) and this gastronomic celebrations are on till 2 March. Head over!
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