Hop Onto To This Hill-Top Restaurant For Their Amazing Delicacies!

    What Makes It Awesome?

    Open-air, hill top-placed restaurant, widespread dining area, fully stocked up bar in the center part of the dining area, well-equipped arrangement for live sports telecast over a giant screen, The Coriander Leaf probably ticks all the boxes in the right node. 

    We had a lovely, elaborate lunch a few days back at this place. 
    The place does spoil you silly with their huge listings of drinks, spirits, wines and specially curated cocktails & mocktails. 

    We started with a round of mocktails and ordered: -
    1. Crush on You - it's a pineapple juice based mocktails mixed up with strawberry crush syrup lemonade and pomegranate kernels added for an extra flavor punch. 
    2. Beach Coconut Mojito - interesting and creative way of using tender coconut flesh/cream, infused into coconut water, muddled fresh mint and fresh lime juice. 

    The starters we ordered following the drinks were: -
    1. Paneer Cheese Tikka - cheese stuffed paneer cubes, marinated in Indian spices and served fresh out of the tandoor, this was a well-presented dish. 
    2. Veg Laget - finely chopped veggies, mixed with mashed potatoes and cheese, coated with cornflakes, deep-fried, served with a tasty dipping. 
    3. Veg Bullet - Minced veggies, mixed with black bean & soya sauces, shaped bullet sized, served on a hot sizzling griddle, this is truly a tasty combination of a dish. 

    The innovative and filling starters didn't leave us with much scope for the main course. But still, we ordered: -
    1. Paneer Rara Masala - fresh malai paneer, marinated and tandoor cooked, cubes and finished a wonderful tomato-onion gravy. 
    2. Assorted Bread Basket - An assortment of fresh tandoor rotis, naan etc in butter and plain mix. 
    3. Veg Dum Biryani - aromatic rice cooked delicately with veggies prepared in a flavourful base, the rice turned out to be a true treat on taste buds. 

    The grandsire of our lunch outing was the dessert served by this place. 
    Deep-fried noodles, honey tossed, leisurely sprinkled with tossed sesame seeds and served with a dollop of ice cream, this was the icing on the cake. 
    All in all, it is a nice place for large groups, family and friends.

    How Much Did It Cost?

    ₹1,000 - ₹3,000

    Best To Go With?

    Family, Big Group, Bae, Kids