Wood Fire Grill situated a top the hill near MIT college is one of the better locations amongst places in that area. It has an open seating offering a picturesque view and an indoor section as well.
We were recently invited for a tasting and here’s a brief summary of my experience.
The Murgh Badami Shorba was a very subtle and creamy almond soup while the Taimuri Shorba made using extracts from the jaw of the lamb was a very meaty flavoured soup.
The Murgh Akbari Kebab had a nice saffron marination and the chicken was well cooked.
The Paneer Nagouri Kebabs had super soft paneer cubes marinated in yogurt and select spices.
The Mutton Galouti were brilliant as they had the melt in mouth texture and were well seasoned. However, they were served on a papad and I somehow would have preferred a small puri of sorts.
The Corn Makai Seekh is a good option for the vegetarians here since vegetarian seekhs tend to go dry frequently but this one didn’t. The Mutter Pudine ki Seekh however failed to impress me since I could taste the binding agent in each bite.
For mains, we tried Dahi Kali Mirch ka Murgh. The chicken was nicely cooked, the gravy had some good flavours but were lost in the sprinkled black pepper on top. The Mutton Korma and Keema Kaleji Masaledar were the hardcore carnivore dishes and Chef Rajan did good justice to the meat by nicely cooking them and accompanying them with equally savage curries.
Being from ITC, Chef Rajan didn’t let us down with his Dal Dum Bukhara. It stayed true to its name with the rich and creamy texture.
A big shout out to Rutuja for inviting us & Sachin, Rajan and Team Wood Fire Grill for hosting us.
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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