Situated in the niche locality of La Laguna, Golf Course road, Grill king kebab and curries has become the go to place for many residents for their weekly dose of the Mughlai cuisine. It has also been associated with many corporates for their parties and functions apart from catering to private functions as well.
The outlet is small but it has a seating area for about 10 folks. The seating is colourful and looks more appealing in the night with the dazzle of the lights.
Moving on to the dishes I have tasted here:
Mutton seekh kebab: There are very few places which are able to get this common appetizer perfect and these guys should be the king of perfection for seekh kebabs. The kebabs were excellent and well grilled – chewy and juicy to the core with an occasional bite of ginger and green chili.
Chicken Malai tikka: Not recommended at all. The chicken was chewy and moist but that necessary drench in cream and yoghurt required for malai tikka was amiss here. Just a drizzle of cream does not fashion a malai tikka and the chef needs to learn that.
Kali mirch chicken: If the name is changed to something else, then this can be a good dish. But when I am having kali mirch chicken, I expect the throat burning fiery taste of black pepper. Contrary to the expectation, the gravy was exceptionally sweet. It was made from a very fine cashew nut based paste and cream and was wonderfully smooth. The chicken pieces were so tender that you are amazed at their delicateness.
Mutton do pyaaza: Again not good. The mutton pieces were not cooked well and I had to use the spoon excruciatingly to tear it. The gravy was okay.