Posted in afghani chicken, awadhi biryani, biryani, chicken, chicken kebab, chicken malai tikka, chicken tikka, dum biryani, mutton, mutton biryani, mutton seekh kebab, naan, soya chaap, Uncategorized

Awadhi Affair, GK-1, New Delhi

On time delivery with top notch packaging

Mutton Seekh Kebab: The fineness of the minced meat is commendable but the spiciness level mars this snack. Moreover, the seekh is not as firm as it should be.

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Bharwa Malai Soya Chaap: This beauty is a heaven for vegetarians and non vegetarians alike. The finely minced mixture of cottage cheese, cashews, onions and coriander leaves filled inside juicy and firm soya chaap which are drenched in a sticky yoghurt based sauce wil definitely leave you in splits. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

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Chicken Malai Tikka: My love for chicken malai tikka continues to grow day by day, year by year. So could I stop myself with just one serving when these lovely boneless chicken pieces sloshed in a creamy sauce? No, absolutely not! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

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Kali Mirch Murg: When I order chicken in black pepper, I specifically wish to have the prominence of the burning flavour of the pepper which was lacking here. However, forgetting the name of the dish helps as the luscious chicken pieces washed in cashew nut based creamy gravy with hints of pepper gives you a major food gasm. RECOMMENDED.

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Awadhi Mutton Biryani: I have stated it time and again that an Awadhi biryani should not be too spicy and should be more flavourful compared to the Hyderabadi one. The case was same here except for the fact that the mutton pieces were mellow and the raita complimented the biryani well.

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My rating: 4/5

Will I try it again? Yes, for malai chaap and chicken malai tikka.

Awadhi Affair Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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Ardor 2.1, Connaught Place, New Delhi

With the health fad catching up with us, can the restaurants be far behind? And a special festival to showcase new dishes created in a healthy way with organic cocktails and mocktails is surely the icing on the cake.

The Flaming Pizza and Kebab festival took place from the 1st to the 15th of August at Ardor 2.1, situated in the outer circle of N block in C.P. Regal, colonial interiors, British architecture and impeccable service welcomes you as you take a look at this place. Talking about food, here is the vegetarian menu for the festival:

Paneer mirchi ki seekh: These melt in the mouth beauties fashioned out of a fine mixture of yoghurt and minced cottage cheese and tempered on skewers is a must try new appetizer for the vegetarians. Though I wish the quantity of the green chillies could have been greater to balance the sweetness. RECOMMENDED.

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Achaari Kumbh: Another heavenly dish for the mushroom lovers. Two huge juicy and smoked mushrooms slathered with pickle like spice mixture sandwiching a lovely filling of minced paneer and mushrooms with onions, garlic, sesame seeds and spices – HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Paneer tikka Ajwaini: When we recommend Paneer Tikka from a place, you have to trust our judgement. Because an ordinary paneer tikka fails to pleases us. This one was however spot on – slightly smoky and crusty exterior and soft from inside with the flavour of ajwain or carrom seeds or ajwain bursting out.

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Punjabi Soya Chaap: Excellently done with chewy exterior and mellow insides. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Grilled Veggie Inslata Pizza Flambe with Old Monk: Ahhh, so this is the flaming pizza on which the ongoing festival is named. Firstly, the pizza is overloaded with fresh vegetables which maintain their essence – juicy yellow and green zucchini, chewy broccoli, crunchy baby corn and green bell pepper on a bed of warm mozzarella. Secondly, the top portion is flamed with old monk which in a way smoulders the vegetables and the cheese. The resultant has a slightly bitter taste of old monk but nonetheless appetizing. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

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But if you are not used to the bitterness of the alcohol, then you might not like it. If higher grades of smooth rum or whiskey are used, then a balance can be achieved.

Organic watermelon LIIT: Our same old lethal LIIT concocted with fresh pulpy watermelon juice and served in a watermelon with a side tap – stuff of a fantasy land but a reality now! No added flavours or enhancers, just pure natural fruit juice mixed with rum, gin, tequila, vodka and whiskey. RECOMMENDED.

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