27 Culinary Street – Located at Radha Krishnan Road this restaurant delivers in all the aspects. Valet Parking is a big plus point as it’s situated right on the main road. Your mind gets dragged away by a lot to say about ambience. The fascinating ambience with the Vintage Car theme is a pretty sight to watch and be in. An ambassador car was modified into a comfortable couch with vibrant lights on either side of the car. The quotes on the wooden frames connects you to the restaurant more.
Coming to the food, you can find a lot of similarities between this and other barbeque restaurants. But one notable thing is all starters are served on the table and they do not have the feature of ‘Live grill’ like all other places. The main reason is not to overcook the starters by placing it on live grill. Their menu is quite huge covering a wide range of segments. They have the typical barbeque class starters, live chaat counter, dimsums and a live Mongolian rice and noodles counter.
Both the veg and nonveg starters are drool worthy. The chicken tandoori kalmi kebab was soft and perfectly cooked. Flavours were just bang on. The ‘Golden Fried Prawns’ were awesome. They were well marinated with mildly spiced sauces. The ‘Kajun Spiced Potatoes’ lead the way in the vegetarian starters section. The ‘Crispy Corn Fritters’ tasted great as well. Chaats were served on the ‘Conveyor Belt’ giving them an unique touch. Pani puri, Dahi poori and papdi chaat fills the constant moving conveyor belt. You can try both rice and noodles with your favourite choice of veggies and meat from the Mongolian counter.
Desserts are the most interesting part here. The ‘Chocolate Panipuri’ is a must try. The classic Indian combination of ‘Jalebi-Rabdi’ is very enjoyable. They have normal icecreams and also ‘Cold-stone’ icecreams. Gulab Jamuns would be a desi way to end the meal.
All this for just 750 bucks is a very good deal. Mocktails and aerated drinks are not part of the buffet and you would be separately charged for them.