For a place that claims to be krazy about kebabs, this one sure doesn’t live up to its name. The main dining area on the first floor comprises 5 tables / 20 covers. The décor could probably be a little more imaginative, as all the tables are laid end to end without any variation in theme or colour. I must admin they’ve made the most of the cramped interior space available and have even managed to fit in a bar. It doesn’t serve alcohol though, till the first of March 2008, when they expect their liquor license.
Coming to the food. Like I said, it doesn’t seem to live up to its name. We sampled their Bullet Kebabs, described as ‘Fried spicy mutton balls, served with BBQ sauce, Arabic pickle and salad on vinaigrette dressing’, I couldn’t find a trace of BBQ sauce or the vinaigrette dressing. The Arabic pickle was there though, in the form of three beetroot sticks in brine. The Kadhai Chicken was the usual fare – chicken in a thick, sweetish, onion-y, spicy gravy that was nothing to write home about. The Methi Chaman was again a normal paneer dish disguised under a layer of fried methi. If you’re there you may like to try their vegetarian and non-vegetarian kebab platters available in two sizes.
I did note that service was eager, attentive and friendly. Visit if you must, only if there is no other alternative in sight.
Meal for Two: INR 1200 + taxes