I took the family there for lunch. After we were seated, we were handed iPads with the menu on it. Nothing that stood out since some places have shifted to electronic menus.
However the moment we took it in our hands and started exploring, we figured this is unique. You click on a dish and they show you the rushes of how the dish is prepared in 10-15 seconds. After seeing a couple of videos, we were rapidly going from hungry to ravenous. But the curiosity got the better of us just a bit longer. So we lingered on with the iPad. It had buttons for ingredients, clicking which brought up key ingredients in each dish. There were more options to explore, like which wine would go well with that dish, how do you pronounce the name of the dish, etc. What I would call the engagement of all senses before you actually sample the food itself.
We had two starters. One was a paneer with lime. The other was a chaat with feta cheese, served in an aloo ki tokri. Both had unique flavours and tasted incredible. Not a morsel was left. We also ordered some soup, which also had great texture and flavours.
After a late Sunday breakfast, we were rapidly getting full but we of course had to sample the main course. So we ordered a vegetable biryani which is served with raita and mirchi ka salan. Though the raita was a bit sour, the combination worked out well for our palate.
No meal is complete without desserts and we ordered a rasmalai with sorbet. It was quite well done. The rasmalai neither looked like nor tasted like the traditional fare. It was true fusion stuff.
The true test of good food is you end up overeating and not a morsel is left. This meal qualified on both counts. All in all, we had a very memorable lunch.
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