I had recently got a chance to visit the Kalyani Nagar branch of Barbeque Nation for dinner with a friend and had an amazing time with the variety of dishes on offer.
The Barbeque Nation branch has recently undergone renovation and the ambiance was delightful with light music playing in the background, allowing for free-flowing conversations.
Recommendation about reservation
The place is heavily crowded. Would recommend you to reserve a table beforehand. We had to wait for 10-15 minutes even though we had a table reserved. As a result, we looked around the perimeter of the property. To my surprise, there is absolutely no other shop nearby. Just Nagar Road and some barren empty land.
We started with a Guava drink. It is enlivening. Among the starters, I would definitely recommend the Tangdi Kebab. As the marination process is so precise, it is tender and succulent. The fried corn is a delight for every Chakna lover. Don’t forget to end your grilling journey with Spicy Grilled Pineapple. As it is rejuvenating and tantalizing it will take your taste buds on a roller coaster ride of sweet and spicy combination. Prawns are also a must-try on any visit here.
Piece of advice (Precaution)
The only thing I will recommend you to stay away from is the Fish Grill. It did not meet my expectations. The flavors of the marination are not significant and it tastes bland.
The Chilli Paneer is also heavily exhorted. The Paneer is really lush and the marination is on point and delectable. One more addition to the vast variety of dishes is small-sized Cheesy Pan Pizza which you should definitely not miss.
I would definitely recommend everyone try out the live grill option here. We had them prepare chicken Kheema and Mutton Kheema plates which were palatable and delicious. The live grill has an exotic variety of dishes that one can try out ranging from rabbit and quail to omelet of choice etc which is prepared as per your recommendation on the flavors.
In the main course, I would definitely recommend trying out the Chicken Dum Biryani and Gosht Adraki.
I wouldn’t end any trip over here without having the hot and sweet Angoori Gulab Jamun with cold ice cream which is a treat for a sweet tooth like me.
All in all, had a scrumptious dinner and an amazing time. As a result of this heavy meal, I was as happy as clam. Looking forward to my next visit.
Let us know how much would you rate the place?
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