The ambience of the place is nicely built and Instagram-able. They have personal cabanas where 7-8 people can accommodate easily and tables with swings as well.
Let's come to the real deal - FOOD
The menu is extensive and so was our order.
We started with minestrone Verde and smoked pepper n chicken soup. Both were nice, came nicely on the tongue as flavours were rich,
Corn potato fritters - These were good, crispy and gooey. loved the texture and when dipped in mayo, these were amazing!
Paneer basil tikka - It was nice in taste but a bit harder to chew, I guess it got tandoor-ed a bit longer than it should have. The marination was to the point.
Chicken dildar- This made me remind my days back in Punjab when we used to hit streets for some desi food. Flavours were so authentic that you will end up ordering it again.
BBQ chicken rolly polly - The sauce of it, it tasted chicken to another level. This should be the signature dish served here.
Along with Dal makhani, I had to order makhani chooza. Dal makhani had some rich taste but it could have been more buttery, it lacked that buttery flavour but still, I think it was pretty good. Makhani choose was a bit on the sweeter side and I don't think that's how butter chicken is if you are a fan of Punjabi food but I liked that the gravy was enriched with pretty good consistency.
Chocolate mousse - LOVED IT . its a must-order here, Less sugar, more chocolate . just perfect!
Baked lassi - It was pungent and I kind of didn't like the concept. Not recommended.
Masala Chai panna cotta - this was something different, I liked the flavours because I am a chai lover but I am not sure about the panna cotta. It can be tried though.
Overall - It's a nice place to chill with family, groups or 'bae'. pocket-friendly and keeps your taste buds satisfied.
PS - Do try the Oreo chocolate shake!