While people all over the world relish Indian food, most
people are not aware that Indian food is as diverse as its culture. Every
region of India has its own forms of food which each with a distinctive
characteristic. India is quite famous for its diverse multi cuisine available
in a large number of restaurants and hotel resorts, which is reminiscent of
unity in diversity.
With an assortment of flavours from every corner of
the country, a new restaurant in Delhi has given a modern twist to the Indian
cuisine, while retaining the traditional zest of the local savouries. A flagship of the
Foodlink restaurants (India) Pvt Ltd, the restaurant comes here after two
popular outlets in Mumbai.
India Bistro is the culinary venture of Foodlink
Restaurants Pvt. Ltd., the passionate dream of Sanjay Vazirani, an alumnus of
the prestigious Cornell Nayang Institute of Hospitality Management, Singapore.
His grand vision is to create exceptional global dining experiences in a
contemporary ambience with exemplary customer service, all at value for money.
The journey began in 2012 with a standalone restaurant, and in a span of just 3
years they now successfully deliver exceptional dining experiences across 7
restaurants designed in 4 distinct restaurant formats.
We had a great time amongst
other Food Connoisseurs who were present at the launch of this beautiful place
which was “Amreli” in its old avatar. Housed in Hotel Diplomat, the ambiance
and the surroundings are lush green and the interiors are done in the most
sophisticated and elegant manner. The Menu proudly represents a contemporary
India without being bogged down by too much of the traditional. The innovation
is not restricted to just food. The talented bartenders have conjured exotic
cocktails and mocktails to go along with the exotic meal. Kala Khatta Mojito,
Irani Mojito, Patiyala Lemonade, Vodka Guppa , Turmeric Martini and a wide
variety of drinks tastefully complement the dining experience.
The complementary Golgappa
shots served in a big syringe are nice but too much done and dusted for the
Delhi market. The Snowy Bhalla Chaat was nice and creamy with the melodrama of
liquid nitrogen making it chilled and frozen. The kebabs were amazing and I
really loved the Galouti and the Beetroot kebabs. The most intriguing for me
was the “Muradabadi Dal Chaat” though. It was like a khichdi with simple yet
yummy flavors. Not to forget the Palak Patta chaat which was again a nice take
on a simple dish.
course had a wide variety of dishes both veg as well as Non veg.The railway
mutton curry goes back to the British era when privileged the British people
were served this mutton dish on trains. The dish was simple and just ok. It was
nothing over the top.The Pao Bhaji Fondue was a unique take on the humble
street food of Mumbai. The biryani was nice and more like a pulao than a
nice and elegant place for a romantic dinner with the beloved over good drinks
and nice food. The AL fresco area is plush green and one can enjoy the Delhi
winters to the fullest.
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