Those staying in NIBM and nearby areas, we're sure you catch up with your friends at INOX in Royal Heritage Mall. Did you know the mall has no dearth of eating joints? From cafes to lounges, restaurants to food courts stalls, grab a bite after enjoying a movie at this mall.
Royal Heritage Mall: Best Spots To Eat
Rooftop, romantic and hip: make a point to visit Raasta when in a mood to chill after a shopping spree at Royal Heritage Mall. Enjoy their classic pizzas, pastas, burger, nachos, fusion combos and a lot more. Nothing beats enjoying the view while sipping on their signature cocktails, listening to live gigs and making the most of their happy hours. A meal for two costs about INR 1,400.
The Window Kitchen
Get European bistro feels at The Window Kitchen in Royal Heritage Mall. Situated on the rooftop of the mall, this place gives us major decor feels. With quaint white seating and decor comprising knick-knacks like cages, hanging lanterns, picturesque window and flower props and a lot more. They also have a dedicated cozy nook for bibliophiles where you can find books, cards and board games. Enjoy pizzas, pita-hummus and a lot more from their outdoor stone oven. Tasty and affordable, a meal for two costs INR 600.
Quirky, cheery and vibrantly done up, Hunger House on the 5th floor of the mall is great place for kids as well as parents, who want to grab a bite after a playful session at Bumble Jumble. Not just them, if you are at the mall and want to hog on good vegetarian food, this is a place you must visit. We hear the Swiss cheese fondue is a must-try dish. Also, you can find Jain food options (even a Jain version for Swiss cheese fondue). A meal for two costs about INR 600.
When in the mood to enjoy some combos and North Indian food, head to Tandoor Factory in the food court. We tried the non-veg combo and loved the starters that came with it. The gravy and dal were disappointing but the veg combo was good. We felt it is more of a kebab and starter place. A combo starts at INR 250 only.
Situated on the 2nd floor of the mall, Dosa House is a counter in the food counter. Those who want to grab South Indian food, this is the place to visit. We tried the food but were disappointed as the taste of dosas didn't match to our expectations. While the idli was good, the dosa was average. The place is neat, decent and won't cost you much. A meal for two costs up to INR 200.
Kadar Khan's Sheesha
Situated on the fourth floor of the Royal Heritage mall, Kadar Khan's Sheesha is known for its delicious North Indian and Mughlai spread. Whether its lunch and dinner, you can visit it with friends and family to enjoy a lovely meal. You will absolutely love the portion size of its biryani which is gigantic. We also loved the vegetarian gravy preparations such as Karahi paneer peshawari or paneer tikka masala.
Love sheesha with a view? Head to the rooftop of the mall and enjoy at Mash which is known for its great ambiance, the elaborate menu comprising Chinese, Indian and continental dishes and sheesha. A session for two costs about INR 1000. We suggest you visit the place during the evening.