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Gorge On Some Delicious Bukhara & Phirni At This Brookfield Restaurant!

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What Makes It Awesome?

As a resident of Whitefield, Le Charcoal is a familiar name. I have been here several times, only for takeaways and most importantly their Biriyani & Chinese Fare. But recently I had a proper sit-down lunch with a bunch of friends and I decided to try out their North Indian fare & give the Chinese and slightly Arabic influenced dishes, amiss.

Started with a delicious
* Achari Cheese Paneer Tikka: which had the saltiness from the cheese & a mild sourness from the achaar. In a subtle month so overpowering sort of Tandoori smokiness that made the dish enjoyable, without anyone flavour overtaking another.
* The Shabnam Ke Moti: a tandoori stuffed mushroom dish, that hit the spot with the beautifully cooked mushrooms without too much of a stuffy stuffing, just the right portion.

The Mocktail that I tried,
* Mango Deluxe was overly sweet, but the top layer was comparatively less sweet because of the raw mango flavour and I liked it.

For the mains, we were recommended the Dal Bhukara, which I learnt was essentially a Dal Makhani with an addition of roasted plums added as a garnish. Beautifully slow-cooked Dal perfectly seasoned went perfectly with the Ghee Rice overloaded with cashews.

The Peshawari Paneer Tikka Masala was delicious and was just right for a pairing with the Pudina Lacha Paratha. But I had a soft corner for Mushroom Mattar Hara Pyaaz, was just right in flavours for both rice & Rotis.

Not a big dessert fan, however, I absolutely could not get enough of the amazing Phirni this place serves, I just loved it,

Overall a great place for some delicious North Indian fare that you must try, the place deserves a 5 star just for the Mushroom Peas Hara Pyaaz, Dal Bhukara & Phirni, absolutely decadent.

How Much Did It Cost?

₹500 - ₹1,000

Best To Go With?

Big Group, Family, Kids, Bae.