Bukhara, ITC Maurya,Delhi – A restaurant which greets the tandoori lover in you
Posted on November 12, 2016 by ghoomophirosisters
Planning to celebrate the tandoori food lover in you right before the year ends? Then Bukhara at ITC Maurya can play the perfect host to all your tandoori desires. The famous multi-cuisine restaurant is located at Sardar Patel Marg, Chanakyapuri.
Come here and you’ll earn yourself a unique, sophisticated yet totally ethnic experience. Everything from the display kitchen including the tandoori kebabs looks so mouth watering. The special thing about the place that it recreates the charm of the traditional way of cooking in clay ovens known as “Tandoors”.
If you are a vegetarian, delight your taste buds with recipes such as Paneer Tikka , Veg Tandoori salad, Bharwan Aloo (Stuffed potatoes) and famous Dal Bukhara which is exceptionally the best to try. The delicious and succulent tandoor cooked- kebabs, vegetables, and bread and Sikandri Raan, straight from the kitchen all make for a great menu.
Besides the luscious food, the interior that gives you the feel of a Dhaba is a feast for the eyes. The décor is still like that of the old times with stone walls, low stool seating, wooden flooring giving the place a rugged look. Copper pots are suspended from the ceilings. Also, the crockery used is the earthenware in an earthen color and if we talk about the menu it is actually painted on a block of wood.
The guests are made to wear the checked aprons while eating and moreover they are also motivated to eat with their hands so that the food is tasted by all the senses. The wearing of checked aprons is a very novel concept. The restaurant offers an efficient service in the delivery of food to the tables.
If you are looking forward to the best dine in experience at Bukhara this weekend, reserving a table is strongly recommended as one may have to wait for 45-60 minutes to be seated which could make you a little restless. The staff service is great that will set you off on an insatiable greed to order more.
For those looking to end the meals with a dessert, phirni is a great option. If you are in Delhi, add this legendary restaurant to your things to do list without a second thought. A royal family dine-in experience is all you will end up with.
Price The prices are definitely expensive but the place is all the worth to visit and does live up to its hype. The price is Rs.6500 for two people approx where VAT and service charges are additional.
Hours: 12:30 PM – 2:45 PM; 7:00 PM – 11:45 PM
Dress Code: Formals/ Smart Casuals
Dining at Bukhara is a feast to remember. A beacon of culinary excellence across the globe and the undisputed pride of India, Bukhara has won innumerable awards over the years, making it a globally recognized Indian restaurant and the preferred dining destination of foreign delegates and high-profile people.