Tashan Kitchen & Bar in Greater Kailash 2- Delhi, is a fine dine establishment that will surely win you over. A quick fifteen minutes walk away from the Greater Kailash metro station, this kitchen and bar, focuses on the desi Indian food that we all know and love. Fusion food is their USP, they simply add a twist, maybe a small nuance to the familiar and well known dishes and change them completely.

The restaurant is known for its easy on the eye interior that is simple yet comfortable. The soft lighting coupled with white walls and all the brown tones that are used in the decor and furnishing, make the restaurant have a very relaxing vibe.

The interiors won’t shout at you for attention, they will simply cradle you into a comfort cocoon while you enjoy a laugh with friends or a simple evening with your family.

Speaking of enjoying things, the food at Tashan will mesmerize you, it will enthrall your senses and let you have a piece of of heaven with every dish you order and every bite you take.

Often there are many hits and misses when it comes to food, certain dishes are done well than the others, or the flavour combinations speak for one while not for the other. But at Tashan if you close your eyes and put your finger on a random item in the menu, I’m sure the resultant dish will leave you speechless.

The last time we payed Tashan a visit, we had many things, lets begin with the appetizers, we ordered the onion lasuni soup, carrot and ginger soup, baigan ki chaat, mushroom galouti kabab, yogurt fritters and chicken fill-o roll. The soups were very creamy, thick and flavourful, they will warm you right up.

The baigan ki chat was astonishingly good, all the textures and flavours complement each-others so well it is an absolute treat. The chicken fill-o roll and the mushroom kababs were good too but the yogurt fritters stole the show, they were warm, fried, creamy and presented so well, they looked like a dream.

Now, to the main course, we ordered Nadru Kofta, Missi roti, Gobhi and Spinach bhurji, Garlic naan, Laccha paratha and Kukkad enchiladas, though we were a little sceptical about the Nadru kofta’s, they were astonishingly yummy and paired beautiful with the missi roti, the spinach and gobhi bhurji was a great accompaniment to the meal. The show stopper were the kukkad (chicken) enchiladas, they were fragrant, perfectly spiced and extremely flavourful. You have to try it, if and when you visit the amazing place.

Then, to end the meal on a sweet note, we had the ‘bhuni roti ka halwa’ and we were stumped, because as strange as it sounds, it is the most sinfully sweet, crumbly and rich halwa, you’ll ever put in your mouth and it is a hundred percent recommended.

So, if you are in the mood for amazing food and great presentation head over to Tashan and bask in all the desi and videsi flavours.

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