Most important part of itinerary for every visitor in New Delhi, a visit to the Bukhara - the award winning restaurant. Why award winning - coz i guess it would be almost impossible to find the traditional clay oven or tandoor with its delicious menu of tandoor-cooked kebabs, vegetables and breads anywhere in the city.
Bukhara has perfected the art of north indian cuisine, evident in its star dishes such as the Sikandri Raan, the iconic Dal Bukhara.It brings comfort and succour to diners, with its warm and robust flavours. The formula of such perfect cuisine remains untouched, rustic simplicity with low seating, an air of easy informality and North India’s first open kitchen. It has an intentionally compact menu consisting of ten non-vegetarian and six vegetarian kebabs. Tandoori Burrah, Bukhara Raan and Paneer Tikka are what people rave most about. You are encouraged to eat with your hands as there is no cutlery except on request, and VIPs and the likes of you and me are seated shoulder to shoulder, this restaurant has no private dining rooms.
Now to the actual food - Although the Dal Bukhara is sold widely in all its chain restaurants, there is nothing like actually tasting the original Dal Bukhara at Bukhara in New Delhi! Here the dal is creamy, thick and deliciously irresistible!
Love paneer tikka? The best and the tastiest you will ever have is waiting for you at Bukhara! Each succulent morsel is sure to send your taste buds on a pleasure trip
Then try the Seekh kabab,this is a dish where minced lamb is marinated and seasoned with delicate spices, then made into kebabs and cooked on metal skewers. Soft and tender it melts in the mouth.
A experience i would never forget. Though it may put a hole in your pocket but its worth it.
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