20 April, 2017

Restaurant review: The G.T. Road

The restaurant that is very popular these days is The G.T. Road in CP. It is a new entrant and has taken people by the storm. The restaurant is done in complete vintage theme. The theme is to bring the cuisines of 4 countries and the cities connected by GT road- India, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangla Desh.

Starters, snacks and barbeque are served on the table. Then for the main course, there is a sumptuous buffet.
The price is so cheap and a true value for money.
Mon- Sun- Lunch 500/- all inclusive and Dinner- Mon- Thurs-700/-
Friday to Sunday- Dinner is 800.
The menu is changed every 7-10 days.

The ambience and d├ęcor are amazing, casual and relaxed and very welcoming. At the entrance, a vintage car grabs your attention and as you walk further inside, you're amazed by the artefacts, a speciality of the cities from which GT road passes used to give this place a perfect vintage charm.

They have a huge menu.

Musts are:
1. Teekha Laal Ananas
2. Dahi ke kebab
3. Laccha Tokari Chaat
4. Palak Patta Chaat
5. Assortment of Murabbas 
6. Gulpi
7. Dal Makhani
8. Ananas Raita
9. Paneer Jalebi
10. Kalakand 
11. Double Barrel coffee
12. Oye Bubbly
13. Amrud Masaledar 

They also have a chaat counter and a huge variety of Indian desserts. 

Service was friendly, available and low-key. Nice place on your own, or for a casual meeting or a date.
I'm so glad I found this place because I'm definitely going back there again.

If you're looking for a good restaurant serving northern Indian cuisine, check this place out. I enjoyed my experience and will definitely return again soon. Everything about this fine dining restaurant screams "quality". 

I could see the tables filling up pretty quick and all of them had booked prior. So, that speaks volumes about the quality and the popularity of this newly opened restaurant. 

Quite simply, if you're looking for one of the best buffet experiences in this city with choices that absolutely spoil you (for good!), then you owe it to yourself to pay "The G.T Road" a visit.

Very thoughtfully done, the restaurant is stretched over 2 floors, is spacious and can easily accommodate a super huge crowd. The ambience feels like a brewery only that it is not one. They have the buffet placed on both the floors.

Food: The major part. Let’s begin with this. The place serves about 80 dishes in all. They have Afghani food, Mughlai cuisines and the obvious North Indian. Be it the live grill, the salad section, the chaat station, the main course or even the desserts. A special mention to the desserts section cannot be neglected. The desserts here consist of the most popular of Indian sweets. So, no pastries or muffins or pies. Just terrific Indian sweets.
A large, super large variety of Indian sweets.

Food – 4.5/5

Ambience – 4.5/5

Service – 4/5

Value For Money – 5/5

Overall – 4.5/5

Cost For Two – 1000/- or 1400/- or 1600/- 

No comments:

Post a Comment