For a great gourmet experience

It’s often said “there is no love sincerer than the love of food!” And for many of us, there is no sincere love than the love of kebabs.

Catering to all food enthusiasts, Radisson Blu, Paschim Vihar brings ‘Express Lunch’ at Indyaki, its premium restaurant. Serving food patrons for years, Indyaki brings an innovative 45-minute quick lunch with a blend of real flavours and spices covering an extensive range of Kebabs and Biryanis to choose from. Prepared by Chief Chef Dheeraj and his team, the menu offers a number of meaty options for non-vegetarians and vegetarians alike.

The first thing that strikes you when you enter Indyaki is its great ambience, minimalistic design and warm colours, which make every moment spent here a matter of joyous comfort. The pretty interior will put you at ease instantly, well aided by good service for the guests.

Speaking of food, the starters consist mainly of different varieties of kebabs,Kuti Mirch Ke Mutton Seekh lives up to its name and will be savoured by the lovers of red meat. With a rich aroma and perfect mix of spices to balance the taste of mutton, it is roasted to perfection, literally melting in your mouth.

Those who swear by fish will consider Kasundi Macchi Tikka a great catch, with its light spicing and the same fine roast. Laung ka Murg Tikka is also a treat, and will go down well with those who love the traditional Indian food.

However, if you swear by non-vegetarian kebabs, the vegetarian starters may well surprise you with their striking taste. Broccoli Artichoke ki Tikki will leave you guessing what it is made of. “This is the unique speciality of our menu, a delicacy which many
wouldn’t have tasted anywhere else,” says Master Chef Dheeraj.

Among other vegetarian starters, Palak Corn ki Seekh and Paneer Tikka will also leave an impression on food fanatics. Paneer Tikka is prepared from a special, custom-made, soft paneer, and its taste may well keep you hooked on for many rounds.

Till you reach the main course part of the Indyaki menu, you may well be satiated enough by the variety of Kebabs. However, if you thought main course is always boring, the Biryanis may well give you a delicious shock.

With fine, aromatic and perfectly spiced rice, Mutton Biryani is a treat with well marinated mutton bits. The Biryani is somewhat a ‘middle’ between the spicy Delhi Biryani and lightly spiced Lucknawi/Awadhi Biryani. For those who prefer less spice, the Chicken Biryani is a great option, with the same great aroma and fine rice, but spiced much more lightly, thereby giving a nice contrast to other options in the main course. The Vegetarian Biryani, though not a direct competition to the non-vegetarian ones, is also a good alternative for veggie lovers.

If one is not a great fan of rice dishes, they can opt for the well-prepared assorted breads, with option to choose between stuffed and non-stuffed varieties of Roti, Naan and Kulcha. You can order Salan, Dal Makhni and Vegetable Raita to go along with the breads, apart from the Green Salad and Kuchumber Salad.

For desserts, one has the option choose between Gulab Jamun and ice cream. For those who prefer washing down their meal with liquor, beer pints are also available at nominal prices.
All in all, the Express Lunch at Indyaki is a great enough choice, if you want to indulge in some Kebabs and Biryanis. And the USP is: It won’t leave a hole in your pocket. A great appetising experience for everybody!

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