I saw a listing of this new restaurant and thought of ordering something.
Non-Veg Chinese Meal: The meal had fried rice, Hakka noodles, and chicken Manchurian gravy. The taste of all the items was typical Indian Chinese restaurant taste you get in most of the restaurants. 3.5/5 on taste.
Paneer Butter Masala Thali: The meal box had paneer butter masala, daal, rice, 2 chapatis, raita, and 2 gulab jamun. The paneer butter masala had big sized paneer pieces and flavorful gravy. The gravy was well balanced and spices. Daal and rice were good in taste but the quantity of rice was more than the daal, so the dal rice combo became dry to eat. Chapatis were soft and well cooked. Raita was good in taste. Gulab jamun was having a good consistency and tasty. Overall the thali was great in flavors and total value for money. 4.5/5 on taste.
Veg Kolhapuri Thali: The thali had veg kolhapuri, 2 rotis, rice, dal, raita, and gulab jamun. The taste of veg kolhapuri was good but not spicy at all, which is not typical of veg kolhapuri. Flavors were not of a typical veg kolhapuri. All other items were good in taste and similar to other thalis. 4/5 on taste.
Butter Chicken Roll: The roll was soft and filled with sauces and chicken. Roti covering was also soft and well cooked. The taste was good. It tasted even better and spicy with the chutney given along. 4/5 on taste.
Chicken Seekh Kebab Wrap: The look of the roll was similar to butter chicken roll but the inside was totally different. Roti was thin and within it, there was a thin layer of an omelet. Seekh kebab was soft and well cooked. To my surprise, there was cheese in the roll which added very good flavors to the roll. Capsicum and onions also added variety for flavors. The overall flavor of the roll was unlike most chicken seekh rolls I have had and more like a western and Indian fusion. Also, the green chutney given along is great in flavors with very smooth in taste. 4.5/5 on taste.
Paneer Tikka Wrap: The wrap was covered with roti and inside was filled with paneer tikka, onions, and capsicum. The paneer was well cooked and soft. There were hardly any sauces inside. The roll was dry to eat and with not many flavors. Ordinary wrap which you can skip. 3/5 on taste. The restaurant should opt for better packaging of the roll as the roti is thin and paper cover is difficult to remove or tear with soft roll inside. They should put it in card package like how Rolls Mania does.
Choley Bhature: The dish had 2 medium-sized bhature and choley. The quantity of choley was enough to be eaten with this bhature. The taste of the choley was good with well-cooked choley. Bhature was also good but a bit oily and on the chewier side. The overall taste of the dish was good but nothing great. 3.5/5 on taste.
Value for Money: 3.5/5