We started off with mocktails like Blue Lagoon (Rating 5/5) and Orange Mint Cooler (Rating 5/5) – Though I am not much of a mocktails fan, I was certainly amazed at the blue curacao based mocktail and the tangy orange mint mojito that was perfect to start our lunch.
As suggested by the chef, we tried Mumtazi Paneer Tikka (Rating 5/5), which was delicious. The marinade of their special masala made it taste SO good. Next, we tried Murg Methi Chaman Tikka (Rating 5/5) which again was bundled with flavours and was well-charred. It makes for a much better option than the typical chicken tikka or reshmi kebab. Their Gypsy Chicken (Rating 5/5) was almost an oil-free fried chicken pakoda-style starter which had marinade of spinach in it and was well-accompanied with schezwan sauce, and the Larma Chicken (Rating 4.5/5) was more like a fusion of Thai and Chinese. It was served in tangy yellow sauce, something similar to how chilly chicken is prepared as an Oriental starter.
For the main course, we had Tex Mex Chicken (Rating 5/5) which was well-made as the tex-mex sauce over chicken was oozing with infinite flavours, this dish was accompanied with rice and mixed grilled veggies. We also tried Faraouj Musahab (Rating 5/5), the name of this dish was exotic enough to pique our interest, and boy, this Lebanese main course was a delectable treat. The chicken was roast to perfection and served with tahini and garlic sauce as a side, however, the grilled mix veggies and aromatic saffron rice were best accompanied together.
Lastly, for desserts, I had my fixation on the Blueberry Cheesecake (Rating 5/5) since I am a cheesecake lover, I relished it to the core. The chef recommended Italian Cassata (Rating 5/5) which looked tiny covered in chocolate, pistachios, and almonds, but upon unleashing its insides, it had beautiful layers of cream, chocolate, and it was heavy.
Overall, it's a perfect place to experience fine dining with the family. And Chef Lobo has curated some sumptuous dishes that will make you want to come back again.