Specialising in different cuisines

Specialising in different cuisines


Specialising in different cuisines

Lucknowi Murgh Biryani. DH photo by Shiva Kumar B H

This multi-cuisine restaurant has been in the City for over ten years and has surely made its presence felt. Recently, it opened a spacious outlet on Banaswadi Main Road, which caters to different kinds of palates and is apt for a huge family dine out.

Says Srinivasalu, managing director, “We specialise in all kinds of cuisines but if I had to pick a particular kind, I would say that the Indian cuisine is our forte.” One can start a meal with a traditional tossed salad and move on to the soups. When it comes to the starters, there is ample of choice.

One can either try out the Lasuni Murgh Tikka, Palak Mushroom Sheek, or try the Chinese cuisine and bite into the Steamed Momos. If this ain’t enough, ask the chef on the daily special menu, and look out for the melt-in-your-mouth Malai Tiranga, a pan- er delicacy which is not available on the regular menu.

The main course can range from the paranthas and rotis which can be teamed up with Dal Bukhara or Bhuna Murg to the Lucknowi Murgh Biryani, which goes best with Burani Raita. “The hint of garlic makes this raita a great combination with Biryani,” says the chef. One can also try out the Italian cuisine which comprises different types of pastas. Those with a sweet tooth can indulge in an array of both Indian and Western desserts or simply settle down to cut fruits.  The place gives one a wholesome experience of both fine-dining as well as a place to lounge. With big party halls, one can also organise parties and family functions at the restaurant. Open on all days, Tamarind serves only lunch and dinner. Call 43529999 for details.

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