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Drool! 5 Non-Veg Dhabas in Amritsar

After a sneak peek over the vegetarian dhabas in the city of Amritsar, it’s time to check the non-veg ones.

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The city of Amritsar
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Choices and options of non veg eateries is varied in the city of Amritsar, bur heading to these dhabas will give you a  feel and touch of their local cuisine, aroma and delicacies added with the meat or fish of your choice.

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Dhabas of Amritsar
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BYT lists the best non-veg dhabas you cannot miss when in the city of Amritsar:

Chawlas 2

This national food chain has almost 80 outlets across the country though it started its journey from Amritsar. Thus, even if you have been to their eatery before, being in the Amritsar one has an added heritage to grab your attention. The place is renowned for ‘Cream Chicken’, a dish started by Late S. Attar Singh Chawla, who first used milk, cream and spices to prepare a meat based dish. If not a fan of chicken, then their Amritsari Fish is another highlight of the menu. The restaurant recently became news with its business ventures travelling overseas to South Africa, New Zealand, UK and so on.

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Cream Chicken at Chawlas 2
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Parkash Dhaba

An indeed tiny shabby restaurant where you might think twice before stepping in. But believe the BYT food experts and do drop in for their mutton curry. Prepared with minimal ingredients like onion and garam masala, this is a light meat preparation that makes a gaga combo with a plate of hot steam rice or plain kulchas you get here. The restaurant has a branch at Maqool Road and if you end there, the curry can be supplemented with tikka, grills and kebab.

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Mutton Curry
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Beera

Tandoor from the typical Punjabi kitchen has always been an irresistible affair and to experience that at the best, Beera is the ultimate destination. Their hall of fame is Chicken Tandoori. Foodies also appreciate their serve of Fish Fry with Keema Naan. Balbir Singh Bheera, the owner hand picks every chicken served in the eatery and marinates it himself before the grill sessions. The restaurant receives heavy crowd at all times of the day and thus, you got to spare sometime in waiting queue before fetching yourself a seat.

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Tandoori Chicken at Beera
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Makhan Dhaba

This one is a paradise for fish lovers and is most popular for the Amritsari Fish they serve. Added to their fish bouquet, Chilly Fish and Fish Fry are also favorite for many. For fish, their standout factor is that every plate is prepared in mustard oil which adds to the flavor and aroma. Along with fish, they have abundant chicken recipes that you can pick from. The list includes Butter Chicken, Kadhai Chicken, Chicken Curry, Masala Chicken and Lemon chicken all prepared in authentic Indian or Punjabi style.

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Entrance of Makhan Da Dhaba
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Pal da Dhaba

Located near Hathi gate, this one is the ultimate place for a bowl of hot ‘paya’ soup. This is an Indian stew prepared with mutton, chilli, lentil and garam masala. Crowds gather and wait till they get their turn for a bowl of paya soup. If you find the paya soup too simple and bland, you can combine it with a plate of hot Keema parathas making it a heavy combination.

North Indian Restaurants – Gachibowli, Hyderabad

Hyderabad has many North Indian restaurants strewn all over and the food served is really good and authentic. Gachibowli has quite a few good restaurants serving North Indian and regional specialities. BYT has picked some North Indian Restaurants – Gachibowli, Hyderabad. Get reservations done through BookyourTable and enjoy a great North Indian meal.

 

Deori  (North Indian Restaurants – Gachibowli, Hyderabad):

North Indian Restaurants – Gachibowli, Hyderabad

Deori restaurant

Deori at Hyatt Hyderabad is a North Indian restaurant that focuses on delicacies from the North West frontier and the spicy flavours of the Nizami kitchen. The restaurant has a very soothing ambience with wooden floors, and ceilings with works of silver leaf. The kalamkari ‘tree of life’ panels at the entrance add to the subtlety.

North Indian Restaurants – Gachibowli, Hyderabad

Kebab platter at Deori

The kitchen is handled by a panel of expert chefs who plate out dishes like Multani Tikki (paneer tikka type), Sohan De kebab, Moti Phool ke Seekh, Karivepakku Royallu, Tandoori Mahi Sarson Tikka, Murgh Resham Patti , Royalla Iguru, Murgh Khaas-E-Deori, Singhada Mutter, Gutti Vankaya Koora, Kofteh Kebab Khatai, Haleem Tarkari; the menu has many such dishes to please your taste buds. You may accompany onion and chilli kulchas, Missi rotis or Laccha Parathas with these curries. For desserts, have Gulab Jamuns.

Gosht Haleem Kebab is a dish you must try out at Deori . You’ll want more!

 

Cascade (North Indian Restaurants – Gachibowli, Hyderabad):

North Indian Restaurants – Gachibowli, Hyderabad

Cascade restaurant

Cascade at Aditya Sarovar Premier is an all-day restaurant with a bright and informal setting. Bright green and red furniture have been used against the pristine white background. Spacious and well=lit Cascade has a relaxed ambience.

North Indian Restaurants – Gachibowli, Hyderabad

Hyderabadi Lamb Biryani
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The menu is multi-cuisine with a mix of Asian, North Indian, Regional and Continental specialities. The North Indian dishes are their house specialities like Dal makhani, Bhindi Bhurji, Paneer shahi korma, Veg./Non-veg. kebab platter, chicken tikka masala, Nalli Korma, and their special Hyderabadi Lamb Biryani. Finish off with Double ka meetha and baked Gulab Jamun with rabdi.

Cascade also hosts a daily Lunch and Dinner buffet spread.

Citrus – The Leela Palace, Bangalore

For a fine-dining experience, Citrus – The Leela Palace, Bangalore is just the perfect destination. Offering an extensive a-la-carte menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Citrus – The Leela Palace, Bangalore is one of the most visited fine-dine restaurants in Bangalore.

Citrus – The Leela Palace, Bangalore

Citrus – The Leela Palace, Bangalore … the outdoor seating!

One of the best all-day dining restaurants of the city, Citrus – The Leela Palace, Bangalore is bright and zesty in feel. Not only does it offer the best menu but also hold popular buffets and brunches. The new introduced Namma Bengaluru Brunch of Citrus – The Leela Palace, Bangalore has been quite a rave. The restaurant has a beautiful and vibrant ambience with both indoor and outdoor seating. Facing the pool and the landscaped gardens of the hotel, Citrus is a perfect destination to have meals at any time of the day.

Citrus – The Leela Palace, Bangalore

Live kitchen at Citrus – The Leela Palace, Bangalore

Let us take a look at what the menu has on offer for us. From Indian, European/Continental, Chinese, Thai, Malaysian, Italian to Mexican/Tex-Mex or Arabian/Lebanese, Citrus – The Leela Palace, Bangalore has a little something on offer for every palate. The open kitchen where you can watch the chefs in action adds to the effect.

Citrus – The Leela Palace, Bangalore

Smoked Scottish Salmon
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Citrus – The Leela Palace, Bangalore

Aglio Olio
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Pizzas, salads, Pasta, Mezze platter, Indian curries; the menu has a great variety to offer. If you love videsi food, go for the pizzas and salads. Classic margharita pizza, Lombardy pizza, or double ham pizza are the best picks from the pizza variety. Health foods include a variety of salads, crab cakes, Mezze platter and smoked Scottish salmon. Pasta-lovers might pick the Aglio Olio, Ragu ala Bolognese or Black pepper gnocchi with pancetta.

Citrus – The Leela Palace, Bangalore

Paneer Hariyali
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Citrus – The Leela Palace, Bangalore

Gosht Taar Korma
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Love spicy and wholesome desi flavours? Citrus – The Leela Palace, Bangalore also serves some true North Indian flavours through dishes like Paneer Hariyali, Subz Mewa seekh, Gosht taar korma, Sarsonwali macchli tikka or Jheenga do pyaza.

A business lunch or a romantic dinner, the settings and the menu fits all occasions. Hurry and bookyourtable soon at Citrus – The Leela Palace, Bangalore or call 076767 76767!

San-Qi – Four Seasons at Worli, Mumbai

San-Qi – Four Seasons at Worli, Mumbai celebrates the spirit of New Asia and the guests are taken on an eclectic culinary journey through all the lands of the East – China, Japan, Thailand and India.

San-Qi - Four Seasons at Worli, Mumbai

San-Qi – Four Seasons at Worli, Mumbai

Sleek looking and contemporary in design with natural wood and glass, this restaurant serves you the finest of the Asian delicacies accompanied by Indian cuisine. San-Qi is backed by a hip wine bar, trendy world music and new Indian jazz.

Now let’s talk about the food. The two speciality menus of San-Qi include The Essence Brunch on Sundays and Yum Cha Saturdays, besides featuring a regular lunch and dinner menu. Lunch is simple with noodles, bento boxes and curries.

San-Qi - Four Seasons at Worli, Mumbai

Soft Shell Crab
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San-Qi - Four Seasons at Worli, Mumbai

Spicy wasabi prawns
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The regular a la carte menu has some delicious offerings like soups, appetizers and main course. Wok fried tenderloin, dim sum, sushi (maki roll, nigiri sushi, sushi platter), stir fried lamb with black bean sauce, tom yum fried rice, spicy wasabi prawns, teriyaki chicken skewers, crispy soft shell crab. Noodles and rice preparations accompany your food. From the Indian section, appease your taste buds with kebabs, tandooris, dal makhani, murgh makhanwala, rogan josh, Lucknowi mutton biryani and naans.

San-Qi - Four Seasons at Worli, Mumbai

Chicken kebabs

The Yum Cha Saturdays at San-Qi has an all-you-can-eat menu with Prawn Shao Mai, fried wontons, Gyozas, Thai spring rolls, Indian samosas. Not just these, they also have classic mains and desserts from some of the most popular cuisines of the East — Japanese, Chinese, Indian and Thai.

San-Qi - Four Seasons at Worli, Mumbai

A Sushi platter
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The Essence Brunch at San-Qi is the show of ultimate taste and flavours accompanied by one of the finest French champagnes. The specialities of the Brunch includes a dim sum selection, a Chinese Barbecue station, Teppanyaki counter and ‘Tsukiji fresh’ sushi bar. You might also select the Indian Tandoor section. The Brunch includes free-flowing Veuve Clicquot Champagne, Mojitos and Daquiris, Kingfisher beer, Indian red and white wine and cocktails or mocktails to order.

San-Qi - Four Seasons at Worli, Mumbai

Champagne

Simple lunch, diverse dinner, all-you-can-eat Saturday menu or an exotic Sunday Brunch with drinks … which one do you choose? No matter what you choose, make sure you reserve a table beforehand at San-Qi. Bookyourtable guides you through reservations. You may also call 076767 76767.

K and K-Kebabs and Kurries – ITC Grand Central

ITC Grand Central at Parel, Mumbai is a five-star luxury hotel celebrating a variety of culture and cuisines. K&K – Kebabs and Kurries pays tribute to the rich Hyderabadi, Lucknowi, North Indian and Mughlai cuisines. The ambience of the restaurant is very rugged yet represents the beauty of ancient Indian forts with high ceilings, soothing colours, brass motif engraved entrance and a gracious show kitchen where you can take the pleasure of watching chefs cook your dishes with utmost perfection. The sight of charcoal coated meat chunks and the magical aroma is enough to tickle your senses and increase your appetite twice.

Kebabs and Kurries - ITC Grand Central

K and K – Kebabs and Kurries – ITC Grand Central

Kebabs and Kurries - ITC Grand Central

Kebab varieties at K and K – Kebabs and Kurries – ITC Grand Central

As you get yourself seated and place your order, you wait eagerly for your dishes to arrive. The sight of the skilled chefs in the different kitchens entices your senses making you even hungrier. As the succulent kebabs make way to your table off the grill rods, you pounce like a carnivore and devour a piece into your mouth least bothered about how hot it is. That is exactly the magic of North Indian and Mughlai food.

Kebabs and Kurries - ITC Grand Central

Tandoori Murgh

Kebabs and Kurries - ITC Grand Central

Awadhi Biryani

The menu is very interesting. It walks you through a wide variety of kebabs cooked in Tawa, grill, tandoor and clay oven. The gravies and curries find a definition here with so many types under one roof – Korma, Qaliya, salan and do pyaza. Tali Hari Macchli, Murgh Angaar, Murgh Barrah, Sikandri Raan, Tala Gosht, Kakori Kebab, Gosht Hari Mirch, Tandoori murgh, Kalinga Machhi (a Orissa speciality fish dish with mustard), Burrhani Gosht, Chooze Biryani, Awadhi Biryani, Haleem, Quas-e-Quaza, Mirch Baigan ka Salan and Seh-Rangi-Pulao are some varieties to be tried here. Each of these ancient culinery delights is given a chefs’ twist to create something innovative.

Kebabs and Kurries - ITC Grand Central

Paneer Korma
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However the restaurant is thoughtful enough to craft a menu for the vegetarians too. Green napkins and green goblets are served to their vegetarian guests so as not to create any confusion.

K&K – Kebabs and Kurries also hosts a Sunday Brunch with a variety of North Indian and Mughlai dishes like kebabs, curries, Dal Bukhara, Dum Biryani and some desserts. Accompany with wines, beer or a mocktail. For reservations, visit Bookyourtable.

North Indian restaurants – Banjara Hills, Hyderabad

One of the posh areas of Hyderabad, Banjara Hills has quite many restaurants it can boast of. Be it in terms of food or ambience, they excel in all criteria. Read on to know about some popular North Indian Restaurants – Banjara Hills, Hyderabad.

Khaan Saab (North Indian restaurants – Banjara Hills, Hyderabad):

North Indian restaurants - Banjara Hills, Hyderabad

Khaan Saab restaurant – Banjara Hills

Khaan Saab, The Royal Guest at Level 5, GVK One, Road 1, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad. It is an award-winning restaurant serving food from the North-West Frontier and the kind of dishes cooked in the Royal durbar. Likewise, the setting of Khaan Saab is royal too. At the entrance, a huge elephant statuette welcomes you. As you walk into the restaurant, the ambience has a regal feel with chandeliers, pillars and life-size Mughal art on walls.

North Indian restaurants - Banjara Hills, Hyderabad

Khaan Saab menu

As you get seated, start with their drinks – Apple-Pineapple ka Panna or Soda Shikanjvi. There are a great many things to order from starters like Makai aur Palak di Lahori Seekh, Karara Paneer kebab, Bharwan Khumb, (Mushroom stuffed with creamed spinach, cheese), Tundey Kebab, Nawabi Kakori Kebabs, and Murgh Chop Dakhni. The main course populars include Corn Methi Malai, Paneer Kali Mirch, Double Dal Double Tadka and Murgh Mirch Hara Pyaaz, Rajwaadu Lal Maas and Kadai Jhinga Amritsari with Burrani Paratha, or Shahi Malai Paratha and pulaos and Hyderabadi Biryani. While you wat for your orders to arrive, relish their masala bread straws served on the house with dips.

End with Makhana ki Tehri , Angarey Jamun or Malai Kulfi Shahi Faluda.

Angeethi Asli Dhaba (North Indian restaurants – Banjara Hills, Hyderabad):

Angeethi Asli Dhaba, a child from the BJN group is a North Indian restaurant specializing in dhaba-style food. The setting is rustic with brick-exposed walls, an artificial well, copper crockery and an earthy dhaba ambience.

North Indian restaurants - Banjara Hills, Hyderabad

Angeethi Asli Dhaba food

The menu is North Indian and Punjabi with some special dishes like Nukkad Ka Kukkad, Puran Singh Chicken Curry, Dhuaadar Mahi Tikki, for non-vegetarians. The vegetarians can relish Amchoor Adraki Gobi, Nadru ki Shammi, Palak Khoya ke Bhalle, Dhaba Dal, Paneer Bhurjee, and Sarson da Saag with Makki ki Roti (seasonal). A dhaba-style eating would be incomplete without lassi or buttermilk. Angeethi Asli Dhaba doesn’t miss out on any of those.

They also have lunch buffets that are extremely popular with Banjara Hills’ residents and the corporate crowd.

Sarvi (North Indian restaurants – Banjara Hills, Hyderabad):

Sarvi is quite a popular restaurant in Banjara Hills. A dine-in option has been newly added; otherwise it is famous for its takeaway (Haleem during Ramzan season) and bakery. The restaurant is quite airy and has a look of both modernity as well as traditionality.

North Indian restaurants - Banjara Hills, Hyderabad

Chicken Kebab

The menu focuses primarily on North Indian, Mughlai and Hyderabadi cuisine with scatters of Iranian dishes too. Hyderabadi Dum Biryani, Irani Haleem, Classic Tikka, Malai Kebabs, Irani Tandoori Chicken, Mutton Shikampuri, Hyderabadi Gosht Marag (special Hyderabadi soup), Dum Ki Nalli, Nihari, Rogan-e-Josh, Gosht Laal Maas and their special falooda are delicious.

North Indian restaurants - Banjara Hills, Hyderabad

Haleem

The Haleem during Ramzan month is a must-try.

It is advisable to get table reservations done through BookyourTable at all the above restaurants.

Punjabi/Mughlai food-Baner Road, Pune

Punjabi and Mughlai food is an Indian cuisine that is worth boasting of. The fascinating colours and gripping aromas of these dishes are what they are known for. We all just love those delicately marinated succulent meat and creamy lentils with a dollop of butter to top it.

Here are some restaurants serving the very best of Punjabi/Mughlai food-Baner Road, Pune.

Makkhan Maar ke (Punjabi/Mughlai food-Baner Road, Pune):

When you want some authentic North Indian food in Baner, there is no better place than Makkhan Maar ke! The restaurant is located in the Ground Floor of Rituraj Apartment, near Mauli Gardens, Baner Road, Pune.

Punjabi/Mughlai food-Baner Road, Pune

Paneer tikka

Dahi Murgh Masala

Dahi Murgh Masala

The food on offer is North Indian and Mughlai with Paneer raharra, paneer angara, tikkas, ramgarh ke sholay, dahi chicken masala, dal makhani, cream of tomato soup, prawns koliwada, laal maas, mutton kolhapuri, Hyderabadi keema, Goan prawn curry, pulao, biryanis and a variety of breads like khasta roti, tandoori roti and kulcha.

Rabdi, gulab jamun, kulfi and ice-creams are available too.

 

The Great Punjab (Punjabi/Mughlai food-Baner Road, Pune):

The Great Punjab at Baner Road tells very clearly from its name the food offered. Sinful Punjabi food rich in cream and butter oozing out the authentic flavours of Punjab.  It is a no-frills restaurants with a chic decor. The food served is absolutely mouth-watering. A bar with domestic and imported wines is available too.

Punjabi/Mughlai food-Baner Road, Pune

Dal Makhani

Punjabi/Mughlai food-Baner Road, Pune

murgh peshawari kebab

Bhindi Fry Masala, Dal Makhani, Kadai Paneer, Chicken Peshawari kebab, Mutton Rogan Josh, Chicken makhani are those sinful collection of true Punjabi flavours. Keping in mind the health-conscious crowd, The Great Punjab also has a section in their menu However if you are weight-conscious then you might try out Seekh Kebab, Paneer Tikka and Fish Tandoori Pomfret.

The Great Punjab is a fine-dine restaurant from every aspect.