The Garden Court Offers Amazing North Indian Dishes Which Cannot Be Missed

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What Makes It Awesome?

Garden court was my favourite childhood place. The ambience is pretty decent and can easily accommodate around 40-50 people at a time. The staff is polite and prompt. A fine dining place which serves Chinese, North Indian, and seafood.

Coming to the food we tried,
We started off with:

Broccoli Cheese soup: This was one of the best had till date. Not so creamy in taste. A perfect thick soup grated with cheese and sprinkled some pepper over it.

Subz Kaju Seekh: Rolled Seekh kebabs which were stuffed with finely chopped vegetables, paneer and some cashew nuts then char-grilled. This was served with 2 different in house sauces and green mint chutney.

Narm Dil Tikki: Heart shaped Tikkis stuffed with mix vegetables and some cheese. This was served with green mint chutney.

Paneer Pudina Masala: This was one of the best subz we had in paneer. The perfect taste of pudina and paneer was extremely soft. Green coloured mint flavoured gravy with small pieces of cottage cheese.

Kofta Curry: Brown colour gravy with two huge pieces of kofta was just perfect in taste. It went well with some butter kulchas and butter naans.

Dal Makhani: The second best dal makhani had to date.

We even ordered Sizzling Brownie and Kulfi Falooda for desserts. It was on point.

How Much Did It Cost?

₹1000 - ₹3000

Best To Go With?

Family, Big Group, Bae