8 Reviews / 8 Ratings
a good place to go with friends
i had been to kebab studio after being "highly recommended" by a friend.to be honest the place cannot be highly recommended but it is ideal to have a corporate lunch/dinner or reunion sort off thing.the place is neither for family get together or a couple's paradise.the quantity of food they serve is pretty good and servers are clueless about the bar stock.the seating kinda have an old world touch.the kebeb platter is must try thing here.the place is slightly overpriced;the kebab platter cost 1500/- where they serve you various kind of kebeb.
A good place but can be better if price on menu is cut.
Average Place with Average Sheesha
Not so great Sheesha..Just average one. I've had the better ones at dhuaas, green villa, mocha, sky garage, invitation etc etc. Service was just okay, a bit lax and food was again average with expensive tags. The Only saviour of my evening was the Live performance. Me and my friends enjoyed it a lot. Rest was just okay.
Beautiful ambience (dimmed lighting which is a personal preference for me so a 5/5 on that), superb hospitality (personal attention from the hosts plus discount vouchers,you get it all over here. what more does a diner want apart from great food).
The wide range of Sheesha flavours gives you a hard time deciding which one to choose and the Bar menu is again 5/5...and live music makes for a perfect weekend outing!
Coming down to Food, the most important parameter, i have just one thing to say, it is outrageously satisfying! m/
Starting with Kebabs, the Malai Jhinga Lahsooni was to die for..and the next on my fav's list is Murg Achari, Boti Kebab, Fish malai tikka.
Something that i'd like to actually thank Kebab Studio for is Butter Chicken. I like my food to be very spicy and "teekha" so that rules out Butter Chicken for it's usual sweet-tangy-mellowed flavour from my list of favourites, but after having tasted it here, i have actually started vouching for it. I still DO NOT eat Butter Chicken anywhere else!!
Karari roti-keema and dum biryani are the other must haves!
Cheers to Kebab Studio!
After trying in vain to call on the multitude of numbers provided for the better part of a day, a hungry, picky, multi-national party of 14 made it's way to the Studio, only to leave disappointed after dinner. Sadly, the highlight of the night was the seaweed and wasabi broad beans we bought from Take-Away Meals across the road.
A mutton platter with galouti kebab and seekh was cold and miserably insufficient. The seekh was an artificial red - the type you find in street Chindian. The galouti was tender but near about Absolute Zero. The chicken platter was so unexceptional, I don't even remember what was on it.
The raan was overcooked and had gravy in it. I've never had raan with gravy, and this one hasn't got me hooked. It was more like a Bhuna Gosht, and the meat was pulpy.
Main course was very unadventurous, with the group deciding to play it safe by ordering butter chicken and punjabi kaali daal. Both were decent, the butter chicken tasted like it came straight out of a can. My first lacchha paratha was undercooked and really thick. The roomali roti was better.
What really made the dinner terrible was the service. With three waiters attending to a group of 14, the service should have been smooth and helpful. However, the waiters were undertrained and had no advice to offer. The service was lurchy and responded only to reproach. There was no communication and repeat orders had to be sent back. They had a one hour headstart, since we'd called ahead and reserved our table.
A meal for 14 will cost you around 8,000 + 22 for the wasabi broad beans. Not particularly helpful if you're going as a couple, I know.
Four months old, and this joint doesn't look set to stick around. KP has some standards, and there is much left to be desired. Don't miss the beans.
An evening @Kebab Studio
An ambience beautifully crafted out of dimmed lights and intoxicating scents of sheesha's wafting through the air appears quite welcoming to spend a relaxed evening. That's precisely what Kebab Studio offered.
The menu was quite a line up of chicken and sea-food delights to satiate the taste buds.
Live music(if you get lucky enough) to get you into the rythm as you relish your drinks.
It's a nice place, worth a visit ( maybe more :) )
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