The name Moti Mahal is really not unknown to us, the real foodies!

Moti Mahal Delux at GK-2 is giving us the authentic taste of royalty and we cannot get enough of this place!

This striking fine-dine joint has been winning hearts all over Delhi and we decided to try it out as the black-golden exterior lured us in!

Our Take!

This place is cloaked in an imperial decor with a breathtaking chandelier adding heaps to its appeal.

This eatery has really good lighting which churns out the true elegance of the interiors and Moti Mahal Delux deserves a well-earned place on your Instagram for sure!

This is a great option for a good family meal and the reasonable rates makes it even more preferable.

How Was The Food?

The starters were flaming hot and were presented well on sizzler trays which made it look intensely appetizing.

The Chicken Tikka is a must try as it will explode on your palate into an amalgamation of flavours and it is as good as the purani Dilli street food!

The beverages were top notch and very refreshing after the savory bites.

The sangria looked really good and the taste exceeded our expectations so you should be trying this one out from their drinks menu!
We also tried out the Virgin Mojito which was a good pick as well.

What absolutely stole our hearts was the thick, creamy and mouth-watering dal makhani which was one of the best, we've had in a while.

The paneer lababdar and chicken lababdar were decent too but a little more of spices would’ve made these two win! The Indian breads really complemented these two dishes and we couldn’t imagine a better fit!

We also tried their Dahi Khasta Kebab which should be ordered for the sumptuous experience it offers!

For desserts, the flaming brownie was an absolute treat for our eyes and tummy. The presentation was top-notch and the taste was even better.

The Gulab Jamun was average and can be skipped.

The Vibes!

The staff makes you feel comfortable and they are really prompt with their services! The cutlery were spick and span so we are rating this place a solid 10 for hygiene.

It is a 15 minute walk from Greater Kailash metro station so this eatery is easily accessible!

Our Ratings!

Dahi Khasta Kebab - 8.5/10

Chicken Tikka - 9/10

Dal Makhani - 9/10

Paneer Lababdar - 8.5/10

Murgh Lababdar - 9/10

Khasta Roti - 9/10

Garlic naan - 8.5/10

Laccha Parathas - 8.5/10

Virgin mojito - 8.5/10

Virgin Sangria - 9/10

Flaming brownie Ice cream - 9/10

Gulab Jamun - 8/10

So we are highly recommending this place for a family dinner or lunch this upcoming weekend because of the warm hospitality and finger-licking food quality!

Where: M block Market, M-20 Ground Floor, Greater Kailash- 2!

Timings: 12 noon – 11 pm

Cost: ₹1,800 for two people (approx.)

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