Grill - specializes in cuisines from Persia, Lebanon & India.
Medi - serves Mediterranean seafood-based Italian, Greek, Lebanese, Moroccan cuisine.
Deli - here, you can enjoy fresh and simple in-house baked delicacies; more like a meet and greet place.
The Grill is where we indulged into our Indian palate. Located on the first floor, what immediately attracts you is their dim lit bar that serves excellent mocktails and beverages. Private seating is what you opt for if you're looking at a romantic getaway. For a contemporary and cozy evening, we chose their warm and vibrant ambience open dining area. Though full but easily allowing you privacy at the table.
Cream of chicken soup (soup of the day)
Mini kebab platter (Shahi galauti kalmi kebab added)
Chicken Tawa Masala (not in menu)
Paneer Tikka Masala (not in menu)
Rotiyon ki Tokri
Kesari Ras Malai
Warm Date Pudding
The Cream of Chicken Soup was readily served and it is a must to mention that it had this amazing aroma and wasn't unnecessary thickened.
Mughlai Malai Kebab - succulent cubes of chicken that were marinated in a creamy cashew flavoured Indian spices and flame-grilled to perfection.
Chicken Lajawab - chicken marinated and grilled in the Chef's secret spices.
Raunaq-e-seekh - minced lamb kofta wrapped in the aromatic flavours of mint and capsicum
Shahi galauti kalmi kebab - Tender chicken drumsticks steeped in a marinade of garlic, cream cheese and black pepper roasted over glowing embers
Chicken Tawa Masala had a lot of ingredients in the gravy so didn't qualify much for me as special. The taste was definitely awesome.
Gulab Jamun was nice, soft, warm and perfect size balls dipped in the sugar syrup and topped with an Indian flavoured bread stick.
Kesari Ras malai was, in short, the best one I have had so far in Qatar. It was soft, juicy. The milk was sweetened just right with tid bits of shaved dry fruits.
Warm Date Pudding - flavoursome and voted as the most innovative dish (by me of
course). Imagine few date brownies warmed just right drizzled with butterscotch sauce and topped with aam papad (sun dried mango and sugar mix) ice-cream. Salivating already??
I give it 4.5 out of 5.
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