New Restaurant: Delhi Barbeque By Taurus Sarovar Portico – An Ode To North Indian Cuisine

Delhi being the capital city of one of the most gastronomically rich countries in the world, the city tantalises your taste buds with its rich variety of flavours – from its majestic thalis to mouth-watering Dilli ki chaat, to succulent kebabs, to exotic curries, and to delicious barbeque. If you are looking for all of this under one roof, then a newly opened barbeque restaurant – Delhi Barbeque by Taurus Sarovar Portico – will take you to the journey of Delhi’s culinary delights, all at one place. The chefs at Delhi Barbeque have crafted menu that will serve you the best of north Indian cuisine. 


The wooden rustic decor of the restaurant gives its very own local feel. The walls are designed with quirky elements and the furniture is in a tone of black. The hanging style lightings are handmade that give it a more personalised touch. With an interactive kitchen, the restaurant is spreads in 3200sqft area with the capacity of 100 guests; it is the perfect new place to enjoy a lively evening with your friends and family.

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The Menu

Delhi Barbeque tries to keep its menu fresh. As the name suggests, the restaurant is serving the best of North Indian, Delhi-style fusion dishes. For starters, the vegetarian section had Paneer Malai Tikka, Corn Salt And Pepper, Soya Chaap, Chicken Tikka, Adraki Chicken Tikka, Chilli Chicken, Seekh Kabab, Amritsari Fish, and Fish Tikka. Our favourites were Paneer Malai Tikka, Corn Salt And Pepper, Adraki Chicken Tikka and Amritsari Fish.

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Moving to the main course, we had Dal Makhani, Bhindi Masala, Paneer Makhani, Butter Chicken, Veg Pulao and Assorted Breads. The dal was really nice and home-style, and the paneer had a flavoursome gravy. The noodles and the Chinese veg dish were both nicely made. The Butter Chicken was little sweet than the usual while Bhindi Masala won our hearts.

Making our way to the dessert section, we tried the Kiwi Pastry, Chocolate Ball, and Shrikhand, and of course, their kulfi station. We really liked this nice melange of desserts, and they rounded off this lavish meal perfectly. Our favourites were the Kiwi Pastry and the kulfis.

Overall, it was a pretty good experience, and the service was, as always, prompt and courteous.

Where: Rangpuri Road, Block B, Mahipalpur, New Delhi
Timings: 12:30pm – 3:30pm, 7:30pm – 11:30pm
Price: INR 1,100 for two people (approx.), exclusive taxes

About Shubham BhatnagarYou can often find Shubham at a small authentic Chinese or Italian restaurant sampling exotic foods and sipping a glass of wine, but he will wolf down a plate of piping hot samosas with equal gusto. However, his love for homemade food trumps all.

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