Thursday, August 13, 2015

Best Kebabs and Goat Nihari in Melbourne

Well it has been really long since I last updated my blog, this specific post has been on my mind for a very long time. Every time
Goat Biryani

Goat Nihari
I think of this place I end up getting hungry and start eating rather than typing. Well I have finally gathered the courage to to write. This place I am talking about is "Man-O-Salva". It is just next to the Clayton station and that area is full of really nice amazing Indian restaurants. Well Man-O-Salva clearly stands out as the flavour, the smell and taste of the lamb kebabs, goat curry and biryani is simply amazing and it does not make me miss India for food at least. This place is cash only and on a weekend you will have to wait atleast 15-20 minutes to be seated. I had passed through the place many times and the place was full of people. One fine day decided to check the place out, once I entered the place I knew it is the right place, the ambiance was quite simple but I wasn't there for that the smell of the curries and kebabs was enough to judge the place. We had ordered for Kebabs to start with as starters, they were prepared the old traditional way on charcoal giving it that smoky flavour to the minced lamb, it is served with Tandoori Roti (Bread) along with it and some curd. They were melt in mouth kebabs which is what exactly I was looking for in the Kebabs, not like the Kebab Wraps we eat normally in Melbourne. One bite made my travel 10,199 KM within a second, talk about teleportation.
Well it is a tough task to follow for Goat Nihari (Goat Curry) after such amazing kebabs but it did not disappoint, the goat curry was equally good at loads of flavours, the goat was cooked to perfection. Our stomach was full but the heart wanted more and we ended up ordering for a Goat Biryani. The Biryani was also really good, we did not expect the biryani to taste so good after almost eating to our capacity before ordering. The rice were well cooked, the goat pieces were tender and I couldn't find any fault in either of the dishes. So if you guys are in Melbourne and looking for nice Indian kebabs, curry and Biryani then do visit this place. Give me a call if you plan to go, I just need an excuse to visit this place.  

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Cheese Omelette Sandwich Recipe

This post is for people who have no time to cook breakfast in the morning. Making breakfast in the morning can be a pain specially because you have to sacrifice your precious sleep to eat food. Consequences are that you end up travelling to classes and office empty stomach. Boring lectures and long meetings can really take a toll on you at times. Most of the times your stomach is growling and person sitting next to you can hear it and that can be really funny. So here is a quick and easy breakfast recipe which will hardly take 5 minutes to prepare and will fill up your stomach so that you don't have to wait for lunch time.

2 bread slices
1 Egg
1 Cheese slice
1/4th teaspoon salt
1/4th teaspoon black pepper
1/4th teaspoon red chili powder

Heat oil in pan(1/2 teaspoon) once the oil is heated, break the egg and put it in the pan and simmer the gas. Sprinkle salt, pepper and red chili powder on the egg. Once the egg is cooked from one side, carefully remove it from the pan and place the other side to cook. Once both the sides have been cooked. Take it out and place it in between the breads and add a cheese slice also. Now place the sandwich on the pan(you can put gas on high flame) and toast it from both sides. Once it is toasted as per your liking, take it out. Your sandwich is ready.  
click here for Video:

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Dhaba Style Chai (Tea)

I am a tea lover, that is the first thing I want when I wake up in the morning. Me and family's mood is quite dependent on the morning tea. Specially in winters when it is cold outside, a hot cup of tea in the bed with a quilt over you is one of the best things about winters. At times I want to have the dhaba style tea that has lots of milk, sugar and is quite thick. It is actually quite easy to make at home. For that we will need: 
1) Half Cup Water
2) Half Cup Milk
3) 1 Tbsp Tea leaves
4) 2 Tbsp Sugar
5) A bit of grated ginger( Also add 1 cardamom if you like)
These measurements are for 1 Cup of Tea. 

The process is pretty Simple

Put water in the pan and on high flame, when the water starts to boil add grated ginger. Adding ginger when water is boiling adds more flavour of ginger. After that add tea leaves, sugar and milk. After adding all of these, put the gas on low flame and let the tea cook slowly. Once you see the colour getting a bit darker. Put the flame on high and let it boil, put it on simmer again and then put it on high flame. Repeat the process 2-3 times. This will help thicken the tea and gets cooked properly. Pour it into your favourite cup and enjoy

Here is the Video:

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Best Indian Street Food in Sydney

During the Easter break me and my friend decided to travel to Sydney. Sydney is approximately 900 KM drive from Melbourne. We decided to drive to Sydney to save traveling cost. The drive to Sydney is the most boring drive ever. It is a long straight road, no great landscape to watch or look on the way. Dead straight drive for 900 KM. Will recommend driving only if 3 or more people can drive, you can take turns and will be a bit easier. Well Sydney welcomed us with rains non stop rains for our stay. The funny part is it only stopped raining the day we had to head back to Melbourne. Anyways returning to the food part of the story, well being born and brought up in India rainy weather makes you want to have Chai & Pakoda( Fried stuff). After 10 hours of driving and covering 900 KM we were really hungry and wanted to eat some nice Indian Food. We had gone to stay at our friend's house in Sydney, he told us about this place in Harris park called "Chatkazz" which serves the most authentic Indian street food, but the dilemma was that it was a good Friday holiday and everything was getting shut early, so we decided to go for drinks and next morning to Chatkazz for breakfast at that place. Whole night I decided what all will be eating, must have got dreams about food that night, don't remember now. So this place Harris park is called mini India, it surely felt like one.
Well around this place you will get all sorts of things to eat that you get back in India like Pan, Kulfi-Falooda and Chinese food Indian style. On finally reaching Chatkazz I was mesmerized by the fragrance of Indian spices, It felt like home. I was amazed at reading the Menu as it had a wide variety of Indian snacks, from Dosas to Missal Pav to Jalebi, you think of a Indian snack it will be on their menu. We ordered Dabeli, Vada Pav, Pav bhaji and Ragda Patties. The ambiance and place looked nice though the taste of the food matters the most people forget the rest. One by one our dishes started coming.

Vada Pav

Vada Pav

Ragda Patties
Well the food was good, as good as you get back in India. Everything we ordered was really good, I was tempted to try missal pav but I had to try some non veg curries so thought may be next time. As I told you guys earlier this place has a lot of interesting things to offer in the menu and I guess all of them will be as nice as you get back in India. So give this place a try if you are missing Indian food or want to experience how Indian street food taste like.


Saturday, April 25, 2015

Quick and Easy Aloo Patty Recipe!

This recipe is perfect for breakfast and is quite easy to make and can fill you for the long day ahead. It is perfect for students, bachelors, single working people or married people who do not have time to eat breakfast in the morning. For this recipe you will need:

Ingredients(Serves 2 hungry people):
1) Bread (8 Loafs)
2) Boiled Potato( 4 medium size)
3) Chopped Onions(Half Onion)
4) Chopped Corriander 50 gms
For making the mixture
1) Salt(1/2 teaspoon)
2) Red Chilli (1/4th teaspoon)
3) Chaat Masala (1/2 teaspoon)
Mash the potatoes and mix onions, coriander, salt, red chili powder and chaat masala. Then add the mixture on the bread and make a sandwich and then put butter on top of it and put it on a toaster.
Your crispy patty is ready.

See quick and easy. click below for Video

Monday, April 20, 2015

How I lost and found my Slippers(Chappal chori ki story)

A part of growing up in India is getting your slippers stolen from outside a temple. Well, I was lucky in that department that I never faced such a situation. I was very careful and used to wear the ugliest slippers while going to the temple. People leave their footwear outside while entering a temple or a Gurudwara,it is a sign of respect. I remember eating a "Langar", with my shoes tucked inside my shirt. It was free food so I had to eat and I was wearing my favorite shoes at that time. So I was in a dilemma to leave the shoes outside or skip the free food. Leaving an opportunity to eat free food is the biggest sin ever. So I improvised and tucked my shoes under my T-Shirt, I was already very fat,So my belly coming out unusually because of the shoes did not make much of a difference. Sorry getting back to the point. I have shifted base to Melbourne now and occasionally on a Sunday me and my friend visit a Gurudwara. So one fine Sunday evening I and my friend went to the Gurudwara and after worshiping and eating Langar I returned to see my slippers missing from the footwear rack outside. I was amused and my friend too. It was nostalgic, I mean as if we were back in India for a moment. We looked around to see if someone might have kept it somewhere else, but they were nowhere to be found. It is a rule that If someone steals your footwear, you steal someone else footwear. But I preferred walking barefoot to the car rather than getting abused by the supposed person's slippers I would have been wearing.
I was feeling amused than angry as I traveled 10,000 KMS for getting my slippers stolen from outside a place of worship. My mom pacified me saying it is lucky to have your footwear stolen, my sister told me to follow what Amir Khan used to do in PK( tie your footwear with a lock to a pole). People on social media found it amusing too. Anyways a week later, I went to the same Gurudwara and they were lying just where I left them on the shoe rack. Someone must have worn it by mistake and on realizing would have come back to return it. My friend quoted "God must be on social media as well, he saw my update and got the problem rectified. Well thankfully my favorite slippers got lost and came back to me.  

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Pizza Empowerment

I will eat Cheese Burst pizza subah(morning) shaam(evening) raat(night) my body, my mind, my choice

Honestly after eating like this my choice of clothes will be limited and me and my spirit will have to roam naked

My Choice to be a size 20, I wish I could eat as much as I want and still be size zero.

They don’t have a size for my spirit tried at the plus size stores where the choice of clothes is such I rather roam around naked.

To drink diet coke with Pizza is to believe that you can halt the expansion of your waist

Whenever you are hungry your mind is caged, let it free; eat for godsake

My body is not it runs to the nearest restaurant

Let it be

My choice

Sharing my food puts me in a doubt to marry, or not to marry

To have go on a diet before marriage, to have food outside after marriage, or to not have food

Not My choice

To love cooking or keep ordering forever

My choice

To love a pizza, or a burger, or both

Remember; you are my choice, I’m not your privilege

The fries, the garlic bread, adding mozzarella cheese on top, they’re all sides and can be replaced

My love for food cannot

My choice; to order food when I want

Don’t be upset if I order at 4am

Don’t be fooled if order at 6pm, I am still having dinner

My choice; to eat your share or not

My food, your poison

My orders

They make me unique

Wake up

Get out of the shit storm

I choose to cook

Or to order food

I choose to be different

I am the universe

Expanding from every direction

This is my choice

The funniest jokes on social media for India VS Australia

First things first India played really well and I am proud of the Indian cricket team to reach the top 4. You can't win all the matches and yes it was heartbreaking. Shame on a few people who call themselves cricket lovers, who cannot accept the defeat and stand by the team when it is required the most. Well not making this post anymore serious, here are a few funny posts and tweets shared during the match which really cracked me up and there is no harm in just laughing it out rather than getting angry and blaming the cricketers.

1) World Cup Bhale Hi Australia Jeet Geya Ho Lekin... Abhi Ye 4 Saal India Mein Hi Rahega...
Noc Lena Padega... File Banegi... Phir Clearance Hoga... Phir Custom Office Jaayegi... Export Duty Bhi Jama Hogi... Babu Chutti Par Rahega... Etc Etc...
Relax Guys... We Wont Give It Back!

2) Kohli misunderstood Dhoni's statement - "Spend time with Sharma"!

3) At the Stadium
Boss: Hello aren't you coming to office today?
Fan: Sixer Sixer!!
Boss: What are you screaming?
Me: Am sick sir!

4) Text messages back in India when India had lost hopes of winning.

Dear Sir,
My uncle who died in the morning, just woke up. I am reaching office in 30 minutes. Thanks

5) True love

Image- Being Indian (Fb page)

Monday, March 16, 2015

7 Food Wonders of Delhi to EAT before you DIE !

1) Hot Chocolate Fudge aka HCFThis has been the most popular sundae when Nirulas was the only fast food joint in Delhi. Every child or adult who grew up in Delhi must have eaten it more than once for sure. It is till now the best sundae I have eaten. It has 3 scoops of Nirulas Vanilla ice-cream, hot chocolate sauce (Nirulas),  roasted nuts and that's about it. Simple yet the best. I am sure everyone must have always asked for extra sauce and extra nuts while drooling over the counter and seeing it getting made. So if you still have not eaten it or you are visiting Delhi this should be a top priority on the eating list or any other list.
Hot Chocolate Fudge
2) Chicken Momos/Veg Momos - Delhi should be renamed the momos capital. I am pretty sure there will be more momos vendor in Delhi than combined momos vendor in rest of India. Every delhite I am sure just loves momos. I love Momos and try momos everywhere I travel but trust me nothing even comes closer to the momos you get in Delhi tried it in northeast India as well but nothing as good as Delhi. The spicy sauce and mayonnaise served as dips with momos are just simply amazing. Also If you want to try a different style of momos you can try fried momos which are as good as the steamed ones and then there is this place called QD's near south campus which serves the best tandoori momos. So guys don't miss out the opportunity of eating momos in Delhi and specially winter time is the best time to have them.
Chicken Momos
3) Crispy Honey Chili Potato- Mind you they are crispy and just not chili potatoes. This is one of the things you will miss if you move to Mumbai. I just could not find this combination. All I could find was crispy chili potatoes. You will get this Chinese starter at mostly all the restaurants, road side vendors or the famous Chinese vans in delhi. So this is for the vegetarians which is a must try dish in Delhi.
Crispy Honey Chili Potato

 4) Bread PakodaSomething special about Delhi rains is that they are accompanied by hot tea and pakoras. The favorite among all of them is bread-pakora which is served a nice tamarind sauce. This is an instant snack with a stuffing of potatoes and paneer. Mostly hygiene conscious people go to the famous Aggarwal Sweets but I would recommend a street vendor as well. Street food is best enjoyed when you don't worry about hygiene too much. So If you are in Delhi and it is raining or is super cold or it is any kind of weather just give this mouth watering bread pakora a try.
Bread Pakoda
5) Bhalla Papdi Chaat- How can anyone not love the famous bhalla papdi chaat! This is made for all seasons and it is the most colorful dish you can eat. I find this dish very patriotic as it has all the 3 colors of the Indian flag. The green sauce made of coriander and chili, Curd and kind of near to the orange but not exactly orange is the tamarind sauce with pomegranate and chopped onions on top.
Bhalla Papdi Chaat
6)Kathi Rolls- The most filling and easy to the pocket rolls you will ever find. They are as popular as the momos. The most famous ones are a chicken roll, chicken tikka roll, and chicken kebab rolls. This is one of the things which are not available as easily in rest of India and one of the reasons it makes me keep coming back to Delhi. This is a quick snack it is filling and can be eaten on the go.
Kathi Rolls

7) Aloo Chaat- Every-time I hear the song of famous rdb aloo chaat I start feeling hungry so I have just deleted the song from my playlist. This is a unique dish which is again available in Delhi and not so much outside of it. The crispy potato with a mix of sauces and squeezed lemon on top is a must try for people who love food. Delhi trip will be incomplete without giving this aloo chaat a try. So guys what are you waiting for??
Aloo chaat


Werribee Zoo (Melbourne)

Like every other person new to the city I wanted to check out famous places in Melbourne. So I turned to my adviser Mr. Google. In the list of places to visit in Melbourne Werribee Open Range Zoo was one of them. I have always been interested in Wildlife so I decided to Visit this zoo.

The zoo is African themed zoo and has entry fees of 30.80$ (Australian dollar) and if you got a student ID then you get a discount. This includes a Safari tour, the duration of this safari tour is 40 minutes. I guess this was the best part of the Safari as the driver of the Safari keeps you entertained with all the important information regarding the animals. The only thing that put me off was that not many animals can be seen on this safari tour. I could see Rhino, Giraffe and few other animals though I felt it was a bit artificial as if they were just kept there for the sake of safari. Other animals that can be seen are Ostrich, Antelope and Bison. Since it is African themed zoo, so the safari felt incomplete without being able to see the pack of lions in their natural habitat.
These are few moments I could capture from the safari



Once the safari got over I had mixed feelings as I wanted to see the King of the jungle. Well I think seeing the King is not an easy task anywhere. So after the Safari you get to walk through a replica of Botswana bush. On the way you will come across the Gorillas, this was the second best part of the zoo. You and the gorillas are separated by a thick glass. It was an interesting way to see the Gorillas and the 2 gorillas were quite entertaining.  
Watching the gorilla up-close I was even more excited to watch the pack of Lions like this. The lions enclosure is at the very end of route. Well on reaching the enclosure first I could not see any lions and then on scanning I could see a Lion sitting very far from the glass that seperates us from the lions. Even on zooming my phone to the maximum level this is all I could capture. 
Well it was really disappointing to see only one lion and that very very far. On the way to lion enclosure you come across hippos, cheeetah and meerkat. 

Other side of the zoo yo u can spot Kangaroos, Emu, Koalas and other Australian Animals on a beautiful walk through the Australian journey grasslands. 

Australian Grass Land

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

They and I - By Anushree Mathuria

They say I m a wanderer... 
I say I m a gypsy..
They say I don't have a place...
I say my soul is restless....
They say I keep travelling....
I say my eyes keep exploring....
They say I don't listen...
I say I hear the sounds of the nature....They say I won't find love....
I say I'll meet him on the way....
They say you don't have a home...
I say I was born in it, will always be mine....

Friday, March 6, 2015

Black Chana- Quick and Easy Recipe

The recipes I share here are for people who eat limited stuff in vegetarian food. I am not a big fan of green vegetables or pulses(dal). The only dal I love is Dal-Makhani. I have a limited menu when it comes to vegetarian homemade food. I remember being in hostel and asking people what is the menu for lunch from the balcony and as soon I and my roommate got to know it is some green dal or tindey we used to head out to the local dhaba for some nice chicken curry. Well I am sure many of you must be tired of the eating the dhaba food or restaurant. So here I am sharing a very simple Black-Chana recipe. It is a very easy recipe and for first timers.
I hope you guys will like it.

Recipe (Kala Chana) :
  1. 1 cup Kale Chana (Black Chickpeas)- Soak them in water over night
  2. 2 big onions or 3 small onions (Finely Chopped)
  3. 2 tomatoes
  4. 1 Tbsp Jeera (Cumin Seeds)
  5. 3 Tbsp Oil
  6. Pinch of Hing(Asafoetida)
  7. 1 Tbsp Red Chilli Powder
  8. 1 Tbsp Garam Masala
  9. 1/2 Tbsp Haldi(Turmeric powder)
  10. 1 Tbsp Ginger-Garlic paste
  11. 2 green chilly
  12. Chopped coriander
  13. Salt to taste
Heat oil in pan and add hing, jeera, ginger garlic paste and onions. Fry onions till golden brown. Take tomatoes and chilly and make a puree. Add the puree into the pan (containing fried onions). After that add red chilly powder, haldi and garam masala. Cook till the mixture starts leaving oil and then Turn of the gas.

Put soaked Chana in pressure cooker (don't throw the water used for soaking Chana overnight) and boil. Pressure cook it for 5-6 whistles. Let the steam get out and then only open the pressure cooker.

Put the mixture from the pan into the pressure cooker and add salt to taste. Then pressure cook it for 1-2 whistle. Add chopped coriander and stir it.

Congratulations the Kale Chana are ready.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Travelling Soul- By Anushree Mathuria

Drive to Gokarna

I have been to the hills....
I have seen the shore...
I have played in snow...
I have swum in sea...
Strangers became friends as I traveled...
Bits and pieces I have gathered....
I have sat by the rocks on my own...
I have partied for long...
Lost myself to discover new places...
Found myself at the rarest moments...
Yet there is so little I have seen...
So many places still to go...

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Rajma Chawal- Mom Style (Recipe)

A very popular saying " I Can't make everyone happy, I am not Rajma Chawal" Rajma Chawal is one of the most loved home cooked food in India and I just love my mom's Rajma Chawal. I am pretty sure everyone loves their mom's Rajma Chawal somehow I feel it's main recipe is the love mothers put in as a secret ingredient. I was always fond of eating food outside. But when you start living away from family you start valuing home made food. I have been living away from family for a long time now and one day I started craving for Rajma-Chawal not just any Rajma Chawal, the ones my mom makes. So called her up and took the recipe from her. Step by step instructions I took from her so that I can recreate the magic. I followed the instructions step by step and it did not turn out the way it was supposed to be, but it was not bad for a first attempt. Today I tried making it again and it turned out perfect just perfect. So here I am sharing the recipe with you guys who are living away from family and missing home made food or tired of ordering food or are just broke to afford food outside. This recipe is simple quick and easy. I am a beginner when it comes to cooking, so if I can make it anyone can make it.
Recipe (Rajma) :
  1. 1 cup rajma (Kidney beans)- Soak them in water over night
  2. 2 big onions or 3 small onions (Finely Chopped)
  3. 2 tomatoes
  4. 1 Tbsp Jeera (Cumin Seeds)
  5. 3 Tbsp Oil
  6. Pinch of Hing(Asafoetida)
  7. 1 Tbsp Red Chilli Powder
  8. 1 Tbsp Garam Masala
  9. 1/2 Tbsp Haldi(Turmeric powder)
  10. 1 Tbsp Ginger-Garlic paste
  11. 2 green chilly
  12. Chopped coriander
  13. Salt to taste
Heat oil in pan and add hing, jeera, ginger garlic paste and onions. Fry onions till golden brown. Take tomatoes and chilly and make a puree. Add the puree into the pan (containing fried onions). After that add red chilly powder, haldi and garam masala. Cook till the mixture starts leaving oil and then Turn of the gas.

Put soaked rajma in pressure cooker (don't throw the water used for soaking rajma overnight) and boil. Pressure cook it for 5-6 whistles. Let the steam get out and then only open the pressure cooker.

Put the mixture from the pan into the pressure cooker and add salt to taste. Then pressure cook it for 1-2 whistle. Add chopped coriander and stir it.
Congratulations the Rajma are ready.

Ingredients :-
  1. 1 Cup rice (soak them into water for 10 minutes)
  2. Pinch of jeera
  3. Pinch of salt
  4. 1/2 Tbsp oil
Heat oil in  sauce-pan and jeera and salt. Rinse rice with water 3 times and drain excess water. Add soaked rice into pan and then add 2 cups of water into the pan. Boil for 5-10 minutes. To check if rice are done. Just use a fork to see if there is water at bottom of the pan. If no water is there then rice are done.
I am sure you guys will love it. Happy Cooking

Monday, February 16, 2015

Valentine's Day Jokes

Valentine's day wow so much love in the air, well so much so that it makes me feel suffocated. Entire week of pressure to make that one day memorable. Well good news I don't have to worry about it thanks to a very hectic study schedule in my University that I ended up spending most of the V day attending lectures and preparing for presentations. Well I won't complain as I had nothing better to do. The only complain was that this blog post is being posted a bit late. Well since there is no specific day for love so I am going to bore you anyways. Shifting to a new country and extensive classes starting without getting time to settle. So as it is pretty much prospects of finding a date for Valentine's day goes from difficult to impossible. Keeping my looks in mind I am pretty much confident as I look like a potato so I always have a better chance of finding a date since women love potatoes "I can be your French Fry baby". A normal human tendency is if you can't enjoy something it is better to make fun of it. So here is my try to do the same and to support it is famous status updates on social media "On Valentine's day couples are dating and Singles are updating". Here are a few funny jokes on Valentine's day to help you feel a tiny bit better.

we all can relate to it!! Can't we?

There is no love more sincere than love for food

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Karims Old Delhi !!

Mutton Seek Kebab

Many of you must have already started feeling hungry after reading the title. Well, it is indeed a paradise for non-vegetarian lovers. Been born and brought up in Delhi I had not been to Karim's until last month. I guess I wasted 26 years of my life if I think now. The amazing part of this place is not just the food but the atmosphere around the place and history associated with it. Honestly, the reason I decided to go to Karim's was for the Khameeri Roti. Well, it is called a normal tandoori roti their but it is Khameeri Roti and I can just go and eat the roti. It is so damn delicious trust me.
Khameeri Roti
I will suggest you guys to use a public transport to go there as finding parking can be really difficult. You can park your car somewhere nearby and take a cycle rickshaw. Those who are still interested in taking their car find empty spaces if you are lucky. There will be someone who will help you park the Car and might charge anything between Rs 10 to 50, no parking slips just unofficial stuff. Still, I will recommend public transport. Old Delhi Jama Masjid area is always crowded and aroma of  Kebabs can be smelt from as far as 2 Kilometres.

 Well, the atmosphere is similar to a concert of a well-known band with people lots of people all around and as many restaurants which can serve that many people. But one iconic restaurant that stands out is Karim's. It is inside a narrow lane with 3 different sitting areas to cater to a large number of food lovers. As you enter you will see Kebabs and Tikkas being prepared and on the other side Curries being served.
Mutton Curry
I ordered for Mutton Burra, Mutton Seek Kebab and Shami Kebab for starters. They were really nice and had nice flavors and were properly cooked. Definitely, try Mutton Burra it was the yummiest. The quantity is less so order accordingly. For the main course had ordered for Mutton Korma, Mutton Stew, and Keema-Matar. The best was the Mutton Stew the curry was really nice and interesting and it stood out taste wise among the 3. Keema-Matar was also good but had too much Matar(Peas) for my liking. I was disappointed but Mutton Korma as the Mutton was not well cooked as it was hard to chew but the curry was nice. I and my friends wanted to try the Mutton Biryani as well so we ordered but it was not at all great. I would not recommend Karim's for biryani lovers. Well after such a heavy and spicy meal you need something sweet. My mom who has a sweet-tooth told me there is a separate section in the stomach for desserts ( ahh what an excuse) but I believe in it. So I ordered the very famous "Phirni" it was nice but I have had better. Nothing great to offer for vegetarians but you will get Dal Makhani and Shahi Paneer. They do not accept cards so guys if you are planning to go make sure you are carrying cash.
Shami Kebab
Mutton Korma

Mutton Stew


Mutton Burra