Copper Kettle

This sounds like a fancy name and I was looking forward to see  what's the concept like when I was invited here. The place though isn't all that fancy, and felt a bit dead. 

We started with some refreshing drinks. We had the lemon mint, mango juice, lemonade, fresh lime water, lassi, and pakola. 

When we asked them what's the difference between lemonade and fresh lime water, they said that lemonade has more ice and the rest is same. I was dumbstruck. I still thought perhaps I didn't hear it right, so we ordered it, and it was exactly the same. 
The lemon mint was nice and so was the mango. 

For starters, we ordered their mixed grill platter. It had the fish tikka, bhari beef, tikka boti, malai boti, and chicken tikka leg. I liked the tikka leg as well as the tikka boti. The seekh kebabs and fisha tikka were not bad but could have been better.

For the mains, we ordered the mutton balti gosh. It was served in a bucket as the name suggests. Although the bucket was just half from inside so the quantity wasn't as much as it looks like in the picture. The taste was not bad but I was expecting better.

The paneer butter masala was just delicious. The paneer was soft, and the flavours were right. It was a bit oily though. 

We also loved the dal tadka. The consistency was right and the blend of spices in it was a treat for our tastebuds. 

With these we had the garlic naan, butter naan, and aloo kulcha. All of which were really good. They weren't too hard and tasted nice as well. 

We ended our meal with some really nice gulab jamuns that were served warm. 

It was an average experience overall. 

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