After winning accolades previously for The Indian Grill, Indyaki has launched their new menu that is inspired by ‘Teppanyaki’. It is a Japanese style cooking, which is the art of cooking using an iron griddle and pan, and when combined with Indian cooking, they hope to introduce new flavors.
We enjoyed our five-course meal at Indyaki with a menu specially designed to introduce the new dishes.
We started off with Udon Noodle Soup with Tofu and Vegetables, which is Indian spices broth with tossed vegetables.
The salad included two new different items which were Roasted Apples, Pineapple and Guava Salad and Dum ki Urad Dal salad. Definitely tasted a different twist in fruits and regular Urad Dal when caramelized and topped with Indian spices.
Indyaki has its Signature Punch which is basically coke flavored with in house spices.
We enjoyed the drink with Starters. Paneer ke Shikanje is small marinated paneer cubes which are cooked over Teppan grill. Coriander Soya Garlic Chap was again cooked in Japanese style, but served with Indian garlic sauce. Anari Shimla Mirch were three different colored bell peppers that were clay cooked and stuffed with cheese nuts and pomegranate. Where Paneer and Shimla Mirch were promising, Soya could have been much better.
The main course comprised of Shiitake and Button Mushroom with Bell Pepper and Sun-Dried Tomatoes; Kofta Khaas Indyaki; Dal Indyaki with assorted Breads; and Indyaki Garlic Fried Rice. Where Fried rice and Shiitake Mushroom were cooked more in Teppan style and not that great with Asian flavors; Dal and Kofta was more authentic and tasted decent.
Here came our favorite course, dessert, which was served in the form of Teppanyaki Ananas Ice Cream and Chukander and Mewe ka Halwa. No complaints on ice cream, but Chukander ka Halwa was really great and helped us end our experience with amazing taste.
Remember to visit this place with ample time in hand, as the chef prepares everything fresh, thus resulting in very slow service. The staff otherwise is really well trained and courteous.
Kitchen Pops Recommends:
– Roasted Apple, Pineapple and Guava Salad
– Anari Shimla Mirch
– Dal Indyaki
– Chukander aur Mewe ka Halwa
Radisson Blu, District Center, Outer Ring Road, Paschim Vihar
Cost for two: Rs. 3000