The Baap of all Thali’s at Indian Kitchen

The concept of thali is not new to Bengaluru. It has always been part of the food culture in this wonderful city. The few of many popular restaurants in the city like MTR, Kamath, Nagarjuna, Bheema’s and Adiga’s has played a very important role to showcase regional delicacies profusely with their thalis.
With the massive chunk of Bangalore population being from North India, the rise of restaurants serving North Indian cuisines in the city is never ending. There are various North Indian restaurants serving delicious food for quite some time now. But when it comes to searching authentic North Indian Thali, the options are very limited, actually you can count them on your fingers.

Here is where Indian Kitchen, a city based restaurant scores high. Indian Kitchen located on MG road, serves North Indian and Mughlai cuisines. In a very short span of time, it has earned a good name for itself among diners and food aficionados.

Recently, they launched their thali service in four different varieties, which itself is very rare to find in any of the restaurants. The diners have an option to choose from – Vegetarian Thali, Shahi Murgh Thali, Shahi Lamb Thali and Shahi Fish Thali.

Few weeks back I had an opportunity to savour the Shahi Lamb Thali at Indian Kitchen and to be honest it was not just any other regular thali, it was the baap of all Thali’s.

Chef Shaikh Istekhar Mohammed has done a tremendous job to bring together an array of authentic and rich Indian food together on a plate. Every single item presented on the thali is lip-smacking, taste so good you will not want to leave anything on the plate. 

Be it the classic Rogan Josh or everyone’s favourite Dal Makhani, Chef Shaikh has mastered it all. Undoubtedly, one of the best Dal Makhani and Rogan Josh served by any restaurant in the city. And not to forget the Rasmalai which was as good as it can get. There are so many restaurants serving different versions of Rasmalai but this my friend is the best you can get. The taste of Rasmalai takes me back to Kolkata where the sweets and desserts are popular across India. A spoon of it in your mouth and you will have a big smile on your face.

The Sahi lamb Thali includes all these mouth-watering items:

  • Indian Kitchen Paneer Makhani 
  • Rogan Josh 
  • Dhaba Ghost 
  • Dal Makhani 
  • Chicken pulao 
  • Tawa Parotha 
  • Curd 
  • Dal Khichidi 
  • Rasmalai 
  • Kala Jamun 
  • Papad, Pickle, Chatni

Verdict: 4.5/5


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