Saturday, 15 October 2016

Of Aesthetic Food Platters At Dubliin Square...

Dubliin Square Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Dubliin Square is a restaurant located across two floors in Mangalam Paradise Mall, Sector 3, Rohini and has a spacious seating, well-lit interiors and fine-dine ambiance. With an Irish theme as its calling, it has one storey dedicated to its pub and brewery, coupled with the party aura, while the second storey serves delectable dishes up its sleeve, in a considerably calmer atmosphere.

It is the brainchild of Mr. Abhishek Saran and Mr. Raman Gandotra. While one has been associated with the food service industry for three decades, the other has the business spirit in him, to take the onus of managing this establishment with his business acumen.

Attended a Blogger's Table organized by the management of the establishment just day before yesterday, and came to know that it is a fairly new place - having opened its doors to patrons in December 2015. Their menu is vast to say the least, and appears as a mini-novella - a delicious one at that.

The restaurant boasts of three kitchens - Indian, Chinese, and Italian and we savored preparations from the Indian and Chinese kitchens. The service was prompt, the plating of dishes was crisp, and the stewards were well-informed of what went into the making of the dishes. The Chef(s) from the respective kitchens also came ahead to share the recipe of some of their signature preparations too.

We begun the meal with the following appetizers:

Multani Paneer Tikka - Perfect start. Melt-in-mouth cottage cheese chunks layered with hung-curd and possessing the inherent flavor of mustard. This one was a Chef's Special.

Vegetable Spring Roll - Crisp chunks of greens in deep-fried pockets served alongside a portion of salad.

Chicken Cheese Seekh Kebab - Chunks of Chicken Seekh filled with melting cheese on the inside. Unusual combination of ingredients in a tasteful dish.

Chicken Gilafi Seekh - Colorful presentation coupled with a lingering taste on the palate.

Bhuttey De Kebab - This one had the most aesthetic presentation with mashed potato and corn deep-fried in the shape of a corn on the cob.

Chicken White Sauce - I've usually seen Fish being served White Sauce, though this time tasted Chicken being replaced by Fish, and it was as delicious as the classic.

Chicken Harissa - This one had the most minimalist presentation being served along side a curry dip and on a bed of sauce. The Chicken was a bit chewy with this one.

For Main Course, we savored the following:

Subz Biryani - Authentic rice preparation, that consisted of the correct components and flavor to the dish.

Murgh Methi Malai - Chef's Special, this one stole the show with its thick cream and flavorful chicken chunks.

Garlic Fried Rice - Chinese greens, bell-peppers and peas, served along with fried rice.

Kadhai Paneer and Dal Makhani - Authentic Indian curries, that were well-prepared.

Thai Green Chicken Curry and Mushroom in Hot Garlic Sauce - Curries from the Chinese kitchen. While the chicken in Thai Curry was a bit chewy, the spice was a bit too high in the Mushroom gravy.

Rara Ghosth - Essentially Mutton Gravy.

Tried one Mocktail and one Shake - Fruit Punch and Kiwi Shake - thick, creamy consistency. Fruit Punch came with a life-size slice of Mausami on its side.

For Dessert, tried their in-house Shahi Tukda and Moong Dal Halwa - both light on the oil and its thus resulting heaviness, though the sweetness could have been a little bit less.

All in all, it was a good first visit to this place in Rohini and I hope that they are able to impress many more patrons with the taste of their food, and their humility in service.

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