Before I stepped into Indian Times, I relish the thought of feasting countless sticks of kebabs. But reality turns out, that after hitting on other dishes, my tummy couldn't handle so many kebabs.
Basmati rice with green peas: I love this rice. Not much pungent Indian flavour. Simple yet tasty and goes well with all of their dishes.
Raitha: Yogurt mixed with onions, tomatoes and cucumbers. This dish may sound like a dessert from the description, but it doesn't look and taste like one. I would say it has an exotic taste that opens up your craving for more food.
Dal Tadka: Yellow lentils with spices. Can't remember much about this dish as I tried very little of this.
The Paneer Makhani (cottage cheese cooked in tangy gravy) and Aloo Methi (boiled diced potatoes), though did not have curry in their description, tasted of curry.
Kebabs: I tried the chicken and fish pieces. There was only one type of fish and I find that after grilling, the meat was a bit tough. The chicken kebabs, though more variety, meat is tough for some as well. I wouldn't fancy grilled onions that are big as there's just too much onion taste in one bite. It's best to order the kebabs first as some time is needed to grill them.
Other than the above-mentioned dishes, there's another one that tastes like curry puff, with potato and green peas filling, but less crispy. Do not mistaken the green paste for wasabi. It's their yogurt sauce. Talking about sauces, they also have barbeque sauce great for dipping the kebabs into it! They also serve crackers and naan to your table, with additional servings upon request. Crispy crackers but I just can't take my hands off the naan! It's a thinner version of roti prata and tastes like it. More spring onion added would give the naan better fragrance. I dip this into their sauces and curries!
Lastly, the desserts..
Caramel Custard: A smooth dessert with lots of syrup.
Semiya Payasam: A dessert made up of semolina, milk and cashew nuts. Very interesting dish but it takes time getting used to the taste.
Gulab Jamun: Deep fried milk balls in sugar syrup. The texture of the dessert is similar to butter cake but it's milk balls soaked thoroughly in a lot of syrup. Too sweet for me.
Prices are a bit overrated, but still worth visiting for its classy and comfy environment and unlimited servings of kebabs.