In veg starters, I liked their Babycorn Amritsari, Stuffed tandoori mushroom and Paneer tikka Hari Mirch. The Babycorn were deep-fried and crispy from the outside with a hint of chaat masala flavour on it. The mushroom was perfectly cooked and it had a spinach stuffing in it.
In non-veg starters, we went for Tawa Surmai which looked so beautiful and photogenic. I thought it would be spicy as hell but it had a more balanced flavour to it. The Surmai was cooked to perfection and the portion sizes were enough for us.
In mains, we loved their Kofta curry, Khada chicken, Murg Tawa Peshwari and their Dhaba chicken. All the main course items were delicious and perfect for my tastebuds.
The best part of the meal was the desserts which were Shahi tukda and Malai phirni. One of the best Shahi tukda in town.
Do visit this place if you love Mughlai and North Indian dishes and this is a perfect dinner destination for a family as well as friends.