Contemporary Indian food is gaining leverage not only at a national level but is also a huge success abroad. While many Indian restaurants boast about their extensive menus compiling of age-old Indian dishes served with a twist, the latest entrant in this field is IN-Q which recently opened its doors for people who love food and have a deep understanding of flavours. The young chef Aditya Kumar Jha spins magic with a special tasting menu which starts with Opalys white chocolate which is sourced from France and filled with spicy mint water that adds a kick and an unexpected flavour and is also served as a palette cleanser- Just brilliant! Their food has a healthy take on traditional Indian cuisines and it's marriage with Western food elements just like their Buckwheat Kachoris with Kuttu shell which is stuffed with tamarind, avocado and wasabi. Their sambar soup stole the show with miniature fried and steamed idlis and clear lentil broth which is light on the stomach and boasts of balanced flavours. Butternut squash and Okra Crispy can be skipped from their menu while their creamy kofta will leave you drooling for more. Their coconut Pysam Candy sprinkled with matcha dust might leave you confused because the sweetness expected from a dessert was truly missed but full marks for presentation.
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