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A lunch at THE KABAB STUDIO

The Kabab Studio at the Goldfinch Hotel, Bangalore is a buffet restaurant that covers myriad cuisines and lip smacking array of kababs. Me and my wife had a fantastic lunch there. 
Here's a photo tour... 



At the entrance there is a sculpture of a chef grilling the kababs. The Punjabi phrase "Jee Aaya Nu" written on the grill means "Please come in"...


The ambiance is neat and spacious with comfortable seating...


We order our drink which is beautifully presented...


The Gueridon grill is ready for some live, on the table, DIY grilling...


An array of kababs are served. The soft and smoky kababs are so good, they melt in your mouth...


The food presentation was delightful. The dips and pickles are served in Chai glasses that come in a chaiwala's chai glass holder...


The variety of kababs included Amritsari Fish tikka, Multani Murgh tikka, Mutton sheek kabab, sesame paneer tikka, Cottage Cheese Croquette...


The Kalmi Kabab was my favorite...


Papdi chaat and paani puri...


Mushroom tikka was good and perfectly spiced...


Spicy guava cocktail...



The main course buffet was divided into Chinese, North Indian and Continental cuisine. Murgh Shorba - Hot and sour chicken soup...



I found myself being pulled towards the pasta. It was really tasty...



Melon Kuchumber salad. It is a common Indian salad, made with diced vegetables and dressed with lemon juice, salt, sugar, black salt and sesame seeds...



Again a delightful food presentation. Was a pleasant surprise when a truck pulled up on the table loaded with rotis...



And the rotis were had with Malabar fish curry, Murgh Makhani and Gosht Hari Mirch. All the three curries were outstanding...


Pasta Salad...


For their signature cocktail, they probably overdid the presentation part. They used the old railway signal lamp box to park the TKS cocktail...


It took a little effort to figure a way to drink it...


Russian salad...


The Lamb Biryani was light with soft meat pieces and fluffy rice. The spices were at a comfortable level...


At the live Icecream counter, we asked the chef to use his favorite ingredients to make a coldstone icecream. And, what he so magically created, tasted divine...



Blueberry cheese cake...


Angoori Robja...



Mishti Doi sweet yogurt...



We ended our meal with the Lassi. Lassi is a yogurt-based drink flavored with sugar. It is believed to aid digestion and cleanse toxins from the body...

The staff were very attentive and quick. Overall, it was a fantastic experience and we will certainly be going back. 

18 comments:

  1. This looks so good -- I can hardly believe it was all just one meal! So delicious looking. And the truck with the naan bread looks like so much fun.

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  2. Yum - how gorgeous this looks!
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  3. Beautiful post! I don't know about that lantern!

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  4. You go to the most awesome places and as usual your photos are superb.

    Kathleen
    The Blogger's Pit Stop

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  5. A lot of fine looking food. I love kababs, but never had any presented this way.

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  6. Lamb Biryani looks amazing, it is one of my favourite Indian dishes

    Mollyxxx

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  7. holy aching stomach- I could never eat so much! Looks delicious!

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  8. This is a brilliant blog and an awesome restuarant. Take a bow !

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  9. I love how they present the drinks. I am sure they taste delicious. Now the food looks stunning. Great photographs but NOW I AM HUNGRY

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  10. Looks delicious. Love the pics but whats with the strange presentation of food these days - lanterns and trucks (am I just getting old) lol.

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  11. Thank you for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/04/this-is-what-hope-looks-like.html. This place looks positively mouth-watering!

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  12. It all looks DIVINE! Love the truck with the rotis, and the lantern drink is a bit weird :)

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  13. What fantastic looking food. I'm getting hungry just looking at the array of dishes you showed.

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  15. Lovely interior and of course the food looks yummy!

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