Food Review - Indus Kitchens

About The Restaurant:

A neat & cozy restaurant in the Heart of the City. Indus Kitchens is located bang on the main road. It is easily accessible by road. They have parking space for 2 wheeler & valet parking for 4 wheeler by certified drivers.
What’s the specialty of this restaurant?
As you could see, the interiors are done neatly with no glitzy/expensive interiors but a simple and appealing ones.
They use no additives.
RO water is used for cooking.
Jain/Satvik food is cooked on request.
Pahadi specialty.

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About The Food:

It was a royal lunch this afternoon at Indus Kitchens.
Sidharth, the restaurant manager was kind enough to explain us all about their specialty.
We came to know what “Pahadi” is all about. For those who are not aware, it is the way of preparation by the people who live in the hill stations in the North especially in UP, Uttarakhand etc.,
What did we have?
We started with Pahadi Mushroom soup. This was followed by some starters which included:
1. Pahadi Mix Vegetable Pakode Platter
2. Crispy Veg Corn
3. Seasonal Rohini Special Platter (Sizzler) &
4. Corn Cheese Balls

This was followed by main course with side dishes which included:
1. Tandoori Roti Combo(Tandoori Roti, Naan, Missi Roti, Paratha, Kulcha)
2. Paneer Methi Malai
3. Mix Vegetable Handi
4. Pahadi Dal ka Chainse

This was followed by Desserts which included:
1. Rice Kheer
2. Special Rabdi
3. Gajar Halwa &
4. Sizzling Brownie

Coming to the food. Each and every dish took us to a different world. We experienced the one of its kind taste which was made possible with some amazing preparation coupled with expertise.
I loved the Tandoori Roti Combo. If you’re going as a family of 3 or 4, just this coupled with side dishes mentioned above would be sufficient enough.
Kids would fall in love with Sizzling brownie for sure.
Elders would like the Rice Kheer for sure as it was crushed so soft & you never fell like eating the rice.
The restaurant is usually busy between 3 to 7pm. Prior appointment/reservation would be good, though not mandatory.
During weekdays (Mon-Fri), they also have combos. Ask for it. If you’re not sure as to what to select from their wide menu, seek their help/suggestion. You won’t be disappointed.
Last but not the least, try their cold pressed juices which is free from ice, water, sugar & additives. This place is certainly worth your time & money. The taste will linger in your mouth for a while 😍