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Craving For Lebanese Food? Head Out To Carter's Blue At Fort

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What Makes It Awesome?

Carter's blue fort is one of 6 outlets of famous shawarma joint which was all known for its shawarma which later turned out to be a flue fledge restaurant serving north Indian, Chinese, Lebanese and fast food. Known for its non-vegetarian food but Today it changed my view with its vegetarian menu.

Coming to food and beverages.
Cranberry Mojito: one of the finest mojito after a long time. With some cranberry syrup made it simply outstanding. A bit on the sour side with lots of mint leaves and punch of lime. Gave a perfect balance of taste of cranberry and lemon with a perfect child served a total Paisa vasool.

Kiwi cooler: This creamy mock was so refreshing and perfect to go with any starter. Simply loved this too. Really creamy, basically kiwi mixed with vanilla ice cream made it a perfect drink.

Coming to staters one of my favourite from there menu.
Hummus with zatar naan this is simply outstanding a cheesy naan with some secret spices from chef served with hummus now this was simply amazing so Creamy topped with some olives. Highly recommended

Paneer Tikka: my all-time favourite at any North India serving restaurant. This dish can never go wrong but when hummus raised the standard so high paneer tikka disappointed me a bit. 4/5.

Coming to the main course went with Chinese and any time good to go Manchurian with fried rice. Rice was really good. It was freshly made. But then Manchurian very chewy and hard to break. Even gravy needs to work on

Last but not least my favourite.
Sizzling brownie: fair quantity of browny was the 1st impression when it 1st came one table. And one trying can say the quality of brownie was really impressive. A big scope of ice cream topped over a perfect sizzling brownie to end the dinner with 5/5

Food 4.5/5, rest all was good just gravy and Manchurian taking away half a point.

Ambiance 5/5. Being a non-vegetarian serving restaurant it didn't disturb even a bit for pure vegetarian.

How Much Did It Cost?

₹500 - ₹1,000

Best To Go With?

Family, Big Group, Bae