Queens Kitchen and Mocktails has a beautiful decor . Chandeliers , cute chairs , flowers and candles on each table is summation of this place.
They have a gorgeous outdoor seating with fairy lights and pleasant view which will be amazing in winters .
Coming to the mocktails ,
I loved the picke dickle ; they have infused the sweet and sour taste with a mocktail !
Blue breeze looks amazing ; it’s lychee based !
I also liked the addition of green apple to virgin mojito and it combined into a very gorgeous blend .
Even the cranberry kiss was cuteness with taste .
They have a buffet system .
Loved their salad counter which has “make my own salad” ; the infusion of beetroot , vinaigrette, Caesar , and balsamic was my pick.
They have different kinds of papad from mirchi to garlic to plain .
I also liked the soup . The addition of lemon grass to corn soup was refreshing specially due to the rains .
Commencing with the food ,
Spinach and bellpepper tart – It was done in an authentic Italian way . It might be a bit bland who are not fond of this taste .
Potato green pea tikki – It was a revamped version hara bara kebab
Veg korma – It was basically sticking to basics .
Paneer chilly gravy – the gravy was smooth with soft paneer .
Kachori chaat – liked the pick of buffet as they had taken various chaats !
Burnt garlic fried rice – This one was just comfort food .
Vada pav – Vada pav was the normal vada pav !
Dum aloo – Dum aloo had a good gravy .
Kashmiri pulav – They have used a bit of beer root for the color .
Paneer pahadi tikka – Soft paneer and good taste .
Veg Crispy – Two words to describe this would be spicy and tasty .
Coming to the desserts,
The dessert pastries were fairly ok .
The suji halwa was really good .
Overall it’s a value for money place .