Wednesday, 14 June 2017

An Experience At Meal-O-Drama...

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Meal-O-Drama is the newest entrant on the F&B scene in the ever-so-dynamic Rajouri Garden. I happened to plan a visit to explore all that Meal-O-Drama has to offer.

Meal-O-Drama is located right above Band Baaja Baarat, which is another beautiful outlet, and to which I had been in the past.

Meal-O-Drama has been designed in an aesthetic manner with wall mannequins, plush, spacious seating of close to 100 pax, and vibrant food quotes along the stairway. I was welcomed with a courteous smile and escorted to the premises on the second floor.

It comes across as a good option for an evening with family or friends alike, with popular English songs playing in the background. Their service is attentive and the food is quick enough in being presented to the table.

They have a menu designed in the form of an art palette, spanning multiple cuisines and thus offer a good amount of variety though they are still working out which of the dishes appeal more to the patrons' tastes and thus plan to revamp the menu to do away with the less-appealing dishes in order to avoid wastage of food or less popular ingredients at the end of the day.

Here are the dishes I would recommend to try, the next time you plan a visit to Meal-O-Drama.



Grape Spritzer was a concoction of grape juice, fresh fruit chunks, and soda that imparted a flavor resembling the good old Poppins. This is a must-have when at Meal-O-Drama.

Fruity Power was a drink that had a blended fruit base comprising of mango, pineapple, banana, and passion fruit served with a citrus slice on the side.

Virgin Mary had the good old spice thanks to Tobasco, pepper, and a salt rim.


Kit Kat Shake was topped with cream, sprinkles, and a Kit Kat on top.

Oreo Shake comprised of chocolate sauce, whipped cream, sprinkles, and an Oreo on top.


Greek Tuscan Salad consisted of veggies served in a crouton basket sprinkled with parmesan cheese and tossed in rosemary herb oil.


Tomato Andalusse was the good old Cream of Tomato served with a Crostini on the side.

Budhapest was Meal-O-Drama's take on Cream of Chicken that had a liberal number of chunks of chicken served with a Crostini on the side.


Paan Ki Seekh is Meal-O-Drama's signature dish and is prepared using a Chef's special recipe. Both the presentation and preparation are brilliant and you won't find such a Paan based dish in most restaurants.

Firangi Mushroom is another signature dish with melted cheese and minced veggies stuffed between two button mushrooms.

Lahori Fish was sole fish cooked in clay oven and was mildly spiced.

Main Course: 

Butter Chicken was the classic Indian preparation.

Prawns in Lemon Coriander Sauce was a preparation from Oriental Cuisine.

Mutton Rogan Josh was another classic curry cut lamb preparation.

Olive Naan had tiny chunks of olive all over.

Paratdar Parantha was Meal-O-Drama's take on Lachcha Parantha with a liberal topping of sesame seeds.

California Club Pizza was a double layer thin crust cheese burst pizza topped with chicken chunks.

BBQ Cottage Strips Quesadillas were tortilla wraps stuffed with cottage cheese strips layered with barbecue sauce served with french fries on the side.


Brownie with Gulab Jamun formed for a fitting conclusion to a well-done meal.

The place has been in operation since the past forty days and is thus in the nascent stage, though I believe that if they keep going at this pace, they will gradually make a mark with their positive vibe and good food. :)

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