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Caught up with so many of my old friends / colleagues after a long time and I suggested we should go to umerkot based on the burrp reviews. Believe me, they were all very happy looking at the place.
This place is built on mughlai theme. Akbar, the Mughlai king was born in Umerkot and that’s how, this restaurant got its name and theme. They've tried to give a royal touch by making the floor shiny too apart from the lighting and the hangings
All of us, straight from work, headed to our table which was booked in advance. The settee was apt for us to relax after the hectic day. We started ordering our drinks and starters and just could not wait them to get on to our table. We were all damn hungry
The drinks were the usual. The corn and the chicken starters were good and the masala papad had had 3 small papads per plate. There was also a complimentary Papdi with a unique chutney. It tasted very different and yum :) The main course was the rotis, kulchas, naans with subz jugalbandi which had all the English vegetables more than the Mughlai with mughul masala. The Dal Makhni was cooked to perfection. The non-veggies loved chicken to the core. It left them wanting for more….
Desserts – Gajar and Khajur ka halwa and the Gulab Jamoon were out of the world!!
For the 7 of us, the bill was 5.5K Overall a good experience and recommended for a different dining experience
Umerkot is located @ No. 30, 80 Ft Road, 4th Block, Koramangala, Bangalore
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