Monday, 12 June 2017

Exploring Gastronomic Treasures At Kalpak...

Kalpak Restaurant & Cafe Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Kalpak Restaurant & Cafe, located in Sector 50, Noida is undoubtedly Noida's hidden gem when it comes to F&B. I might as well believe it to be Noida's first stand-alone fine dining restaurant.

The brand name is inspired from the ancient कल्पवृक्ष and is the brainchild of Mr. Reddy, with culinary inputs from Chef Tamang who traces his professional roots to the Andaman Islands. No doubt, the finesse to prepare low-chili, low-oil food reflects supremely.

The ambiance is top-notch, with soft instrumental music playing in the background over delicious food and great banter. The elements in decor, the color scheme of the interiors, the arrangement of the plush seating, all have been instantiated by Mr. Reddy himself, who has also designed a superb rooftop. Probably, Kalpak is a hands-down winner when it comes to properties flaunting an aesthetic terrace in the heart of Noida.

Here are some of the must-try items when you're at Kalpak next...


Red Bunta is their spinoff on Dilli's famous drink, with the marble that pops into the bottle.

Masala Chaach had the right mix of sweet and spice.

Pineapple Exotica was served in a life-size pineapple placed on a plate, with its crown sliced through.

Aesthetic element on-point.

Chili Orange was a tangy drink owing to the citrus element and the salt rim.

Also tried two of their signature shakes, that came in tall glasses.


Khumb Anarkali was chargrilled button mushrooms stacked with a stuffing between them, served alongside mint dip.

Kaju Matar Seekh was flavorful and melt-in-mouth, though a bit spicy.

Charcoal Grilled Pomfret was served on a platter that had a fish's mouth and was a bony fish, topped with lemons.

Golden Fried Prawns were the best item in appetizers, hands-down.


Momos Soup had the most brilliant preparation and presentation with Momos, glass noodles, and oriental veggies in a bowl, with the clear soup served in a separate container.

Burmese Khao Suey was a full meal that retained the authentic flavors meant to be in a Khao Suey.

Main Course: 

Indian, served with Salad, Raita, and Stuffed Parantha.

  • Broccoli Malai Curry 
  • Kaju Matar Makhana
  • Dal Maharani

Oriental, served with Chicken Fried Rice.

  • Prawn Basil Ginger
  • Steamed Basa Fish In Lemon Butter Sauce 


Waffles served with a dollop of cream, and freshly cut fruits.

Phirni had a liberal topping of nuts and a silver film as garnish.

Bread Halwa is Kalpak's in-house special.

All in all, Kalpak comes across as a fabulous outlet if you're looking to revisit the charm of the good old, humble fine-dine restaurants that once used to dominate the F&B scene in Delhi NCR.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thanks for Stopping By!
It would feel great to hear from you and respond to your valuable suggestions! Do leave a note here in the Comments Section!