Revving Up The Regional: Butler And Bayleaf Is An Homage To North Indian Cuisine


    What Makes It Awesome

    If you've been to Foo, Potpourri, WTF, The Big Nasty, or Tanjore Tiffin Room, you're familiar with restaurateur Kishore DF's previous ventures. 

    Inspired by Northern Indian cuisine, this restaurant says no to the fusion trend, only attempting to highlight regional flavours without changing them. Butler attempts to evoke a sense of nostalgia, drawn from family kitchens where recipes are passed down for generations. At the helm here, is Delhi-import Chef Rajan Mehra.

    Sink your teeth into appetisers like  Shrimp and Mango Salad, Kurkuri Bhindi, Chole Bhaturas, and Chicken Noorani. For the soulful diner, there's always the Guthi Hui Gobi and the oh-so-decadent Butler Butter Chicken. We're fans of a great biryani (who isn't!) and we can't wait to try their many variations like the Chicken Dum Biryani and the lesser-known Kathal Dum Biryani. Not a rice eater? No worries, try their Khameeri Roti or the Bakharkhani. A little out of the box, the dessert is worth a mention: Croissant Pudding with Spicy Rum flavoured Angoori Mango Rabdi. An honorable mention to the Death By Halwai too, which is a grand trifecta of desi desserts - the Gulab Jamun, Rabdi, and the Kulfi.

    Added bonus! They have a lovely patio for those cozy date nights too. We suggest you grab a sofa here, and enjoy a meal with your S.O next time you're looking for a new spot to try out!