Nothing is more apt for this than the tagline of my page which says “The joy of seeing culinary masterpieces is heavenly bliss’. Despite Being a hardcore meat Lover, Delhi Highway is a Vegetarian Restaurant that I really loved. Located in Indiranagar, the hotel hub or food Paradise of Bangalore, Delhi highway has established itself in par with the competition . For few bloggers even little things matter to make a significant impact on the review while others ignore minute details and yet all of us who have been here, the delights crafted by the chef have harmonised all our opinions into praise with no regrets whatsoever. The excellent variety puts you in a dilemma for choice. Dedicated to all my followers who who had asked me what my favourite veg restaurant was and requested me to publish more articles more about the ones with only a green dot symbol. This Place has more sophisticated and elevated versions of the popular local food found in numerous eateries on the highways of Delhi.
Food- Let’s begin with the splendid starters. Stuffed cone shape Masala Papad is served to munch on while we wait. Tomato and fresh basil Shorba follows to build up appetite. The Bhalla Papdi chaat was superb as it was an explosion of sweet, sour, tangy and chilly taste. The fired Naram Dil Kebab and Dahi ke kebab were fantastic. Both marination and filling was exemplary. Cheese Aloo Tandoori was outstanding. The generous covering of cheese made the grilled potato better. Nice Plating. Tandoori Baby Kulchas is incredible. Stuffed with mozzarella, it is soft and delicious that melts in your mouth. The garlic and herb butter accompanying also take credit in making it brilliant. Easily one of the best Mini Breads I’ve ever had. Highly Recommended. Main Course was served on an amazing Thali which has different flavours to excite any palate. Pindi chanawas splendid. The first bite immersed me into imagining that I was actually eating in the capital City or somewhere in North India. Thoroughly Relished the extraordinary Dal Makhani. Paneer Lababdar was exceptionally good. Ghee Rice was remarkable. A special mention of Sizzling Matar Kulche for the uniqueness and audacity due to the boldness of spice. Kadai Pasta was phenomenal. A Perfect fusion dish having the Indian ‘Tadka’. For dessert, Hot and crispy Jebali with Thick and creamy Rabri topped with almonds was exquisite. However some items such as Broccoli & Pesto Tikki and Kabuli Kebab were terrible, more like a spoiler. Achari Paneer Tikka can be improved. The mocktail beverages can also be worked on a bit. (7/10)
Ambience- Appealing glass exteriors for those who judge a book by its cover. The name is quite prominent making it easy to spot. Grand Entrance. Spectacular interiors and antique furnishing. Modern contemporary layout with a traditional royal feel. Marvellous design/ decor comprising Arches that are an essential feature of mughal architecture. Beautiful wallpapers and wooden carvings. Elegant blue and gold theme. Great music and air conditioning. Comfortable sofas for seating. Spacious arrangement over two floors. Impressive lighting. (8/10)
Service- Wonderful hospitality. Waiters are prompt, courteous, efficient and well informed about the ingredients. Staff dressed in ethnic willingly take initiative to make your dining experience enjoyable and memorable treating you like a prince. Valet Parking Available. (8/10)
Pricing- Moderately high. Not too heavy on the pocket. For a veg family restaurant, some people may feel the menu is slightly expensive. But for what it has to offer with impeccable quality and extreme satisfaction for your tummy, there is indeed value for money. A truly extravagant feast. (7/10)
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