Copper Chimney is hosting ‘The Great Indian Kabab Festival’ up to the 25th February, 2017. ‘Time inspired & coal fired’, these kebabs are here to savour your taste buds.
We started with the signature Copper Kadak Roomali from the 1972 menu, layered with tomatoes, onions, coriander, chilli powder and chaat masala. Although just a difficult to bite into with all the toppings falling down, it tasted pretty good. It had its roots from the masala papad.
The Raan-e-Murgh had a pair of the grilled chicken legs stuffed with chilli cheese and fresh herbs. It had perfectly cooked chicken falling right off the bone and some melted gooey cheese. The flavour from the marination had seeped right down to the bone and was a delightful treat.
The Chicken Kali Mirch were boneless chicken morsels marinated in yogurt, freshly pounded black pepper and was grilled gently in the tandoor. The chicken was melt in the mouth and had a subtle flavour of the black pepper.
For mains, we had the Copper Paneer Masala which had fresh cottage cheese cubes simmered in velvety smooth creamy tomato butter gravy. Clearly I could understand why they call it one of their signatures. Gravy so smooth, I ended up wiping it with my fingers from off the plate. Accompanied by some buttery naan, I was transported straight to Punjabi dhaba heaven.
No better way than to end it with my favourite dessert – Ras Malai.
A big shout out to Mr. Govind from GoParadise for the invitation and Mr. Sanjay Wankhede for the hospitality.
Disclaimer: The invite was for a complimentary food tasting event. This review is a narrative of my experience at the event. The views expressed in this review are solely mine and others are more than welcome to agree or disagree with the same. The review is in no way influenced either personally or commercially nor has it been lifted, copied or plagiarized from any source however I have done my due diligence on the event via publicly available information on the internet.
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