Barbeque Nation comes up with many festivals. This time around thanks to the Id, they have a special “Mohammed Ali Road” Festival going on which is just marvellous!
A Little Background
Mohammed Ali was a freedom fighter after which a road is named in Mumbai. The street food over there is quite famous. And especially this time around, when the streets is full of lights and the air aromatic as ever you can expect top notch food quality and taste.
Barbeque Nation tried bringing Mumbai’s famous street food to Delhi with the ‘Magic of Mohammed Ali Road’.
You can visit any of Barbeque Nation’s 9 outlets in Delhi NCR (Connaught Place, Jangpura, Saket, Vasant Kunj, Pitampura, Janakpuri, Vivek Vihar, Noida and Gurgaon) from September 23 – October 11, 2015 to experience of some of the finest traditional Ramadan street food spreads.
Ambiance & Service
From a live counter to the attire of the servers, everything was in sync with the theme and yes you did quite feel in a crowded street as the outlet which we went to was bustling with people.
BBQ Nation provided an excellent way to serve the food by live counters in the outlet. And not just that, there is something for the vegetarian people as well!
The Food was amazing! And I’m not kidding. Of course if you put aside the usual food they have in main course, they had amazing starters and live counters which was just yumm to look at. We asked for some select dishes from them all and brought it to our table where we were being served more delctable food.
Their signature dishes included Tandoori Bater Mussallam, A quail cooked in an oven and garnished with lemon and onion rings; and Chicken Chatpata which was slightly spicy chicken and saucy too. It was flavoured with soy sauce and green onions. Zam Zam Pulao, a rice dish was there which consisted of chicken, mutton, mixed vegetables and nuts.
In the mutton section there was Mutton Khichda as well rich. A meaty stew.
From the streets of Mumbai, BBQ Nation has brought the rustic flavors in all the dishes and carefully re-created.
The highlights of the festival are the live-counters and rehri-carts, where dishes like Mutton Seek Kabab is served with warm pav; Patthar Ke Kabab, another succulent mutton and paneer cooked on a Ladi stone and Raan e Gosht which has tender pieces of mutton in a sumptuous gravy delicately perfumed with spices will cooked in traditional style.
Foodies can be lost in a world of aroma of marinated, skewered meat sizzling over hot grills and tawas. There is also Mawa Jalebi, another specialty of the festival.
The dessert section is packed with beautiful arrays of treats such as Badsah Falooda, Sahi Khaza, Malpua, Aflatoonh that are sure to satisfy even the most discerning sweet tooth. And not to mention their very own Kulfi Nation which was launched earlier this year which has proven to be quite tasty. Did I mention it has 800 combinations of Kulfi you can try?
Date: September 23 – October 11, 2015
Average meal for two: Rs 1,600
Timings: Lunch and Dinner hours