Ghar ka Tiffin

This is a concept started with home cooked meals in mind, and is tailored around that idea. The food is on the healthier side. They do not use too much of oil or spices. 
They obviously have delivery options including a monthly or weekly tiffin with a different menu every day, as well as a dine-in concept where I was invited to try out the food. 

We had the menu that was made for this particular day. 

Started with a healthy kachumber salad with avocado. Despite me not being much of a healthy eater, it did taste pretty good and fresh. 

Next up was the amarnath sweet potato tikki. I had this for the first time, and it tasted average. The texture was good, but sweet potato doesn't taste that good in the form of a tikki. 

Then we had the quinoa chicken seekh kebab which sounded really interesting. It tasted a tad bit dry, and could have had a bit more flavour to it.

Another fusion item that they've designed is the butter chicken sliders. They had put chicken inside the pav (bread). The taste was good enough, although not exactly like butter chicken. 

We then had the oyster chicken tikka which I liked. The chicken was cooked well, and it had a nice Indo-Chinese flavour to it. 

The fish chilly fry was made well, and was a dry Chinese starter with some capsicum and onions.

A healthy dish for the mains that we had was the methi chicken. I liked this combination; the overall flavours were nice, and the spice level was moderate. 

The all time favourite dish is the chicken biryani and it was pretty good. It did not have too much of oil which was really nice, at the same time, it had a good enough flavour and was well prepared. 

I think perhaps the dish that I liked the most has to be the quinoa lentil khichadi with flax-seed. It is innovative with a lovely twist to the classic rice dish - khichadi. The flavour as well as the texture of this one was nice. It had some tomatoes in it too, and I definitely recommend trying this. 

For the sweet tooth, we had coconut laddoo with chocolate sauce. Despite me liking coconut only selectively, I must say that I really liked this dessert. The chocolate sauce was just lightly drizzled so it did not overpower the taste of the coconut. The laddoos were soft like they're expected to be. 

I have mixed feelings about this restaurant. The flavours of a few dishes weren't exactly lip-smacking, but then again, they have food that is on the healthier side, and the dishes are innovative too. Keeping in mind that their prime target audience are people who would opt for the tiffin on a daily basis, this is something which would suit their palate. 

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