The festivities have ended and what better time to embrace the meat-lover within you, with these drool-worthy dishes from across the world…
Vietnamese Caramel Chicken
What better way to taste poultry than this appetizing Vietnamese starter- a highlight at Flying Duck. Known for scrumptious Asian fare, you shall enjoy their Pork Chops and Burmese Khao Suey as well.
If you love chicken desi-style then their Ghost Chilli Chicken is for you.
Essentially a fine dining resto, Boteco certainly aims to satiate meat cravings of even the most discerning foodie. Think flavourfully spiced pork tucked into streaming momos drizzled with joy that is soy caramel sauce. Their Coxinha is a must for fried chicken lovers, while the Casquinha de siri is delectable crab meat that also compels an order.
Where: Boteco, Koregaon Park
Cost: Rs. 395 per plate
Philadelphia Melting Cheese Steak
This sumptuous Grilled Tenderloin Steak is a neat way to banish your post Diwali blues. Coupled with sauteed onions, mushrooms and topped with molten Cheesy Queso; the steak is served with rustic fries. The steamed veggies served on the side do little to minimise your guilt post binging.
Where: Chili’s American Grill & Bar, Viman Nagar
Cost: Rs. 695 per plate
Ideal for your midnight meat cravings Burger 11 has a wonderful beef burger. The grilled quarter pounder patty is cradled with cheese, mayo and gherkins among other veggies making it a beefy behemoth. Their BLT Burger is also tempting.
Where: Burger 11, KP, Kalyani, Sassoon Rd
Cost: Rs. 240 per plate
Gosht Galouti Kebab
If Mughlai is what you prefer, then these melt in your mouth mutton kebabs are a must have. Cooked on a griddle and served with mini rogani roti, Mandarin & Mircchi does it like none other. If you’ve travelled to Lucknow and tasted mutton kebabs at Tunday, then the Gosht Galouti Kebabs shall be homecoming for you.
Where: Mandarin & Mircchi, Yerawada
Cost: Rs. 395 per plate
#All prices mentioned are indicative and readers are advised to check with individual outlets to confirm rates.
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