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Kebabs, Curries & More: Oye Kake Is A Bliss For All North Indian Food Lovers

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What Makes It Awesome?

The famous North Indian Cuisine gets a new destination in town Oye Kake bringing its impeccable variety of vegetarian kebabs, Curries and much more for you to enjoy.

This outlet of Oye Kake is located in Lower Parel Kamla Mills on the ground floor. The place has a fine decor with nothing too shiny having a comforting atmosphere with yellow lights and sand swirl wall finish getting it to be a perfect fit for a family dining.

The food served is purely vegetarian of North Indian variety consisting of several kebabs, main courses and gravy dishes. The Lassi here is one of their speciality items in drinks with a thick base.

Peda Lassi is a unique combination that will surely catch your eyes. This one has Peda, an Indian sweet more from the Maharashtrian origin grated over the Lassi with good which ups the sweetness of this. The sugary milky flavour of the pedal gives a great combination to the thick creamy taste of Lassi.

Mango Lassi is seasonal speciality from the place is paired with the luscious flavours of Mango blending with the comforting thickness of Lassi. It's topped with chopped mango pulp, raisins and pasta making it very pleasing to look at.

The starters here had various choices in kebabs some of them being quite intriguing as well the modern-day delicacies.

Angrezi Aloo, this was a potato-based dish with minced potatoes stuffed in with an appetizing cheese filling getting it a spicy touch along with the mushy soft taste minced potatoes rolled together having a good fried crisp texture on the outside.

Dahi Ke Kebab, one of the commonly known kebabs in Vegetarian food for its sourish creamy appetizing taste. These are kebabs have a crispy texture on the outside filled with hung curd and minced paneer formed into patties. The filling gives a rich creamy flavour to these along with the appetizing taste of the crisp surface seasoned well with spices.

Motiya Malai Kebab, these were not so appetizing for me as these had a sweet nutty flavour along with the meaty taste with the blend of Paneer and corn formed into Seekh kebabs. Some might like it.

The main courses had a wide range of dishes extending options with Chole Kulche to Curries and Indian vegetables gravy blends.

Cheese Garlic Chole Kulche is one of the best selling of this place. This has the kulchas stuffed with cheese and seasoned with spices and is served along with Chole which has its rich spicy flavour to the thick gravy and chickpeas in it. The combo is really delicious and surely worth it.

Dal Panchtantra, a classic dish to represent the North Indian menu really well. The flavour of this is formed by the combination of 5 different types of dal and various spices making its flavour rich and soulful. This thick curry is beautifully prepared an is extremely flavourful having an excellent spicy taste.

Ending a meal with basic Indian dessert gives an extreme satisfaction to one's soul and the desserts here taste exceptional delightful after your appetizing spicy meals.

Phrini here was just like a classic and prepared at its best with delicious spice to it and smooth creamy taste of custard that would just literally melt in your mouth.

Jalebi Rabdi, another classic pair for your dessert. The luscious crispy jalebi along with the creamy sweet rabdi was just too to taste. The smooth softness of this combo is just way too satisfying.

The meals here are exceptionally delicious with great flavours and excellent taste to their North Indian dishes. Purely amazing.

How Much Did It Cost?

₹500 - ₹1,000

Best To Go With?

Family, Kids, Big Group