Came out from Chor Bizarre very pleasantly surprised with the whole experience.
Its got a very nice and Quaint atmosphere about the whole place, and seems surprisingly small yet cozy when you enter into it.
On weekends seems to be a favorite with the tourists and one might have to wait a bit for a table.
To start off we ordered the Aptly named Vegetarian Sampler and Paneer Achari Tikka Kebabs.
The vegetarian sampler gives mini portions of everything on offer and is a superb way to start the meal. The tikka was spicy in a good way and the paneer was soft and yummy.
A starter of note in the Vegetarian sampler was the Mushroom Kebabs which I felt like ordering another plate of to polish off all alone.
Main course started with a Malai Kofta which should be a treat for those who love their gravies on the sweeter side. My preference however was for the Paneer Kadai and Veg Jalfrezie which tasted yummy. The Black Dal on offer was above par and certainly beat my expectations for this kind of joint.
In the Roti and naan section is where this place really shown with an amazing unique offering called the Malabar paratha which is like a super soft Laccha paratha but oh so much better.
The garlic Naan was good without being over powering and Rotis were served piping hot but soft too. Kudos must be given for not having eggs in any of their breads and still keeping them so soft, should have asked them what Voodoo they used to get that to happen.
All in all a very satisfying meal with the burrp I gave off at the end a good indicator of that 😀