Mughlai food at its best!

May 2, 2013

Arsalan park street

Arsalan serves some of the best Mughlai food in the city. You will find such food also in their Park Street branch .Their Biryani is one of the best in this city of joy. It gives me great joy to say this because the Biryani is non greasy and does not leave a heavy feeling in the stomach. Not only is the rice used in making the Biryani is of good quality; it has been cooked in the right amount of masala and with lots of love. Because of the right cooking process the meat also turns out to be tender and juicy.

Arsalan offers a wide range of kebabs. I personally love their special kebabs that come with cheese on meat followed by their Reshmi and Tikka Kebabs for both chicken and mutton. The Kebabs are not only well marinated but well cooked also. They are always consistent in their cooking of tandoori items. You will never have charred Chicken Tandoori at Arsalan. For the side dish, order for Mutton or Chicken Rezala and have it with Roomali roti. Even their chicken Bharta tastes divine with plain Nan. If you have all the time in the world and are not terribly hungry then their Murgh Musallam is an experience in itself.  It is worth all the waiting in the world for it to be served two hours after you have ordered for it. Their Chaaps are to die for. Once you have tasted their Chaaps you will be begging for more.

Having been a regular at Arsalan for over three years now, I can safely say that their standard of food and service has remained much the same. Their food is rich without being one. The service is prompt and efficient and the servers are well mannered. The prices at which the food is available are reasonable.

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