SarsonApril 26, 2013
A somewhat latest addition to the posh restaurants at South City Mall, Sarson is immensely popular among food lovers for offering exquisite delicacies. Their service is impeccable; the place boasts of its fabulous ambience and classy décor. The walls of this restaurant are decorated with exquisite objet d’arts. The restaurant is elegantly lit with delicate chandeliers and LED lights. Those who prefer buffet will find an array of preparations, displayed near your dining area. The plush interior, artful ambience and delicious food make Sarson one of the best restaurants in Kolkata. The best part is this restaurant is reasonably priced with a weekday regular lunch buffet costing Rs.495 and dinner buffet costing Rs.545 each. You can also opt for their weekday regular combo buffet and weekday premium combo buffet. Special buffet is arranged on the weekends. From regular lunch and dinner buffet to lunch and dinner premium combo buffet- everything is available at Sarson.
Those who do not want to go for their weekday or weekend buffets can taste some of their awesome preparations offered at pocket-friendly rates. I always prefer tasting a few preparations from their menu instead of opting for weekday or weekend buffets. During my last visit, I actually got the taste of real north Indian delicacies tenderly cooked and flavoured with aromatic spices and herbs. Our order consisted of chooza angaare (lip smacking tandoori chicken), surkh lal murgh tikka (a preparation where boneless morsels of chicken are marinated in hot spices, hung curd and whole red chillies), lasoni jalpari (fresh jumbo prawns marinated in spices with yogurt and garlic), murgh tikka lababdar (a unique preparation of tender chicken tikka morsels which are immersed in a mildly spiced tomato and onion gravy) and murgh handi biryani. The chicken pieces and prawns were soft and juicy. Although I often eat out, I must say that I’ve never had such good food for years. Sarson prepares a few but nectarous desserts. I tried some flambeed kesari gulab jamun and fig and honey kulfi which were simply awesome.
To taste their delish preparations you have to find your way to the South City Mall (2nd floor). Book a table beforehand because there are chances that you’ve to wait for your turn, especially on weekends.
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