which was warm like the restaurant colours and friendly as are the people of the B-town.
Golmaal BBQ comes in 3 categories (110, 140, 170) and all served with a huge Indian assorted bread basket. We opted for QR140. Starting with galauti kebab, they aren’t the best ones I have eaten but I have to say they were char grilled to perfection. Good choice there. The dal tadka was served in a desi tumbler (loved that) and was a regular Indian taste. Coming to the main dish which was the Golmaal BBQ placed with burning charcoal in a grilling slot in the centre of our table. The dish was a perfect mix of everything including chicken, fish, prawns, mushrooms, potatoes, paneer(cottage cheese) and mutton seekh kebabs. Each was succulent, full of apt spices and right quantity for 3 of us to eat to the brim. We chose to not hinder our food dive with any drinks but water and that I think was a good decision (though as I write this, I gulp down coke for the burps). I would say this place was all I look for in a fine dinner place – quantity, quality, hospitality, service, ambience and value for
I give it 4 stars out of 5.
Al Muthaf Street,
Old Salata, Al Salata,
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