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Table Top Grills & A Live Kulfi Counter, Why We Love Barbeque Nation

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Popular among the few barbeque buffet restaurants in the city, Barbeque Nation is one of the first to have brought the table-grill concept in the country. Plus, they are also the only barbeque restaurant to serve cocktails and beer.


What Makes It Awesome

Whether you’re a vegan or a meat eater, Barbeque Nation has plenty on offer! Their buffet spread is massive with unlimited starters, mains and desserts. They even have a live kulfi counter where you can choose your own flavour and enjoy a delicious range of Asli Kulfi. All this at INR 650 onwards, depending on whether you go for lunch or dinner and also on which day you go. Their weekend pricing starts on Friday and may feel slightly steep, but you can eat your money’s worth as it’s an unlimited buffet spread.

It’s quite an experience to have a meal at Barbeque Nation as they have a tabletop grill on every table. Once you’re seated, their staff brings semi-cooked or pre-marinated skewers of corn, paneer, mushroom, mixed veggies, chicken, prawn and fish, all seasoned with Indian, Mediterranean, Chinese or Lebanese marinades. From there on, you can barbeque your starters as per you’re liking, be it charred or only subtly crispened. And don’t worry about overcooking your food as their staff is always around to help! They also have a salad spread that’s not very exotic and can be given a miss if you’re not fond of salads to begin with.

Indian flavours dominate their Main Course section. There’s the usual dal, paneer, and biryani with only a couple of Chinese, Mediterranean, and Lebanese dishes. The dessert is quite imposing with a variety of options ranging from Indian hot and cold desserts like gulab jamun and phirni, to a selection of pastries like fruit ones, cheesecakes, and brownies. Their Live kulfi counter has some good options as well. The paan flavoured Kulfi is a bestseller, topped with gulkand, and sweet beetle nut. Pista Kulfi served with rabri is also a favourite. There’s also malai, kesar, chocolate, and strawberry kulfi to feast upon.


Make reservations before you head there as it tends to get super packed on ALL days!