Bhangra, if you are looking for some great Punjabi food with home cooked type of flavour!
So, this is a long pending visit to this awesome place. Long pending only because the distance from my house to this place is long.
We started our early Sunday dinner with sugar cane juice. I love sugarcane juice and unlike Mumbai I do not have it in the streets of Chennai. So this was exciting for me, since I was having one after a really long time.
Since we are foodies we typically like to taste almost everything on the menu and the only way we could do this is by ordering for the non-vegetarian kebab platter.
The kebabs were succulent and perfectly spiced. Malai kebab, sheekh kebab, Afghani kebab, tandoori chicken.
The lacha paratha was made of wheat and I personally prefer wheat over maida. They were flaky and went well with the kebabs and gravy.
Dal Makhani offcourse one of the best that I have had in Chennai.
Mutton rara the meat was soft and succulent and well laced with the gravy.
We had two desserts. The Kheer and moong dal halwa.
The saffron kheer was outstanding with subtle flavour of saffron and perfectly sweetened.
The moong dal halwa was warm and perfect for the rainy weather outside.
Special mention to the pudina chutney that has chopped onions and a tangy flavour.
The host Navtej ji treats every customer, as a guest and that I think makes a lot of difference.