Mood For Some Authentic North Indian Delights? Head Over To Sigree

    What Makes It Awesome?

    For when you want to feast on some authentic North Indian Cuisine and If you are missing the authentic North Indian food then Sigree in Aundh is all set to serve you! They have very great and elegant interiors with comfortable seating arrangements. All of their dishes carried an aromatic flavour and served in a visually appealing way! This place has got a plethora of options for you to choose from. Honestly, each dish prepared by the Chef aimed to provide a wholesome 'culinary experience'.So moving over to the food here is a glimpse of the dishes that impressed me. Let's start with some amazing thirst quenchers which were Tender Touch and Jal Jeera Mojito. Well, there is nothing more refreshing than a Jal Jeera Mojito which I liked the most. So refreshing, chilled and of course with a bit of spice in it. The actual food journey started with some delicious appetizers such as Palak Patta Chaat, Paneer Rawalpindi, Kastoori Shabnam and Malai Pudina Tandoori Aloo which was from the vegetarian section. Everything was fresh and savoury. Palak Patta chaat is one recipe that is enjoyed by all and quite known in Delhi. It is a crispy fried spinach leaf with loads of flavours to it of other ingredients added. Paneer Rawalpindi was something I liked the most and it consisted of oven-cooked cottage cheese filled with spices. From the Non-Veg appetizers, the breakout dish was Neembu Dhania Ki Machli and Konkani Tandoori Jhinga. Being fond of fish these two dishes were the best ones I had. The prawns were made with a melange of Indian spices and presented so well! The Warqi Kakori and Bhoot Jhalokia Chicken Tangdi were very unique and exotic. The names of the dishes itself sound so tempting! The Warqi Kakori is like-minded lamb served with paratha. One should try this over here! And so finally it was our time to dig into the mains with a relish. All the dishes brings back all the memories of my North India travel and food exploring days. So Let me give you a short glimpse of it: ▶Pind Da Chana/Amritsari Kulcha-Who can say to no street style Punjabi Pindi Chole with Amritsari Kulcha. Authentic taste and would recommend! This was a thick stew and tasted quite well with Kulcha. ▶Neembu Jheenga Curry-This was a creamy prawns curry which had lemon and a bit of coconut flavour. Loved the taste. The Mutton Dum Biriyani tasted decent enough. The meal ended on a sweet note with Shakurewali Malai Phirni, Jalebi with Rabri and Matke Malai Kulfi. The Malai Phirni seemed more like a royal dessert to me! Jalebi with Rabri, could anything be better than this. This is a great junction to come along with your friends and family to gorge onto some delicious North Indian delicacies.

    How Much Did It Cost?

    ₹1,000 - ₹3,000

    Best To Go With?

    Family, Big Group