Tried soup in a bun?

Tried soup in a bun?

Cream of Broccoli and Cheddar Soup

Visited this place on a Sunday evening. The bright and colourful ambience of Urban Tamaasha grabbed my attention in no time. There is a small artificial fireplace, which gives a colonial touch to the interiors. 

This place serves North Indian, Chinese and Continental dishes with their own twist of flavours and style. 

Sit back and relax with a bowl of ‘Broccoli Cheddar Cheese’ soup’. It is served in a bun which is in the shape of a bowl. The taste is mild and can be a good pick for a cheese lover. The bun ‘bowl’ gives it a unique look. I would give the presentation a ten on ten. 

If you are not that much into cheese, try their ‘Chicken Hot and Sour’ soup. It is the best thing you can order if you have a bad cold. The spicy and tangy taste is sure a good remedy.  

For starters, ask for a ‘Dynamite Chicken’. The perfectly spiced chicken is a great start to the meal. Though sometimes you might feel that it taste similar to a ‘Chicken 65’. Try their ‘Dahi Kabab’. It is soft and perfectly soured on the inside and crunchy on the outside. Dip it in the green chutney for a mouthwatering experience. 

The ‘Dragon Roll’ lived up to its name. It is cheesy and filled with a good amount of spinach filling. Have it with the honey chilli sauce to get a classic taste.

‘Mahi Ajwain Fish Tikka’ was soft and melts in the mouth. However, the salt content should be kept in mind, considering the ‘basa’ fish is generally a little salty in taste. 

While you enjoy your starters, sip on the ‘Spicy Guava’ to quench your thirst. The spiciness of Tobasco sauce might hit you for a couple of sips and it is all worth it. The light on your stomach and great in taste. If you are a mango fan, ‘Mango Chill’ is a must try. Made with basil leaves, cream and mango, this is certainly one of the best mango smoothies I have tasted in the recent while. 

Keep your main course simple if you want to try out the desserts. Ask for ‘Urban Special Prawn’ and steamed rice to go with it. The prawns were well-cooked and soft to bite. It is mildly spicy, which makes it good for those who are not too much into spicy food. 

The ‘Chicken Tikka Lababdar’ was not a favourite. The chicken pieces were undercooked, which was a big turn off, though the gravy tasted perfect. The butter naan complemented the dish. 

Complete your meal with the ‘Sizzling Brownie with Vanilla Ice cream’. Take a spoonful when it’s hot to avoid it getting hard.