How many times have we wished to go for a meal where we can find all kinds of cuisines! No, I am not talking about the next door family dining which serves chowmein and pizza alongside traditional Indian food or the Food Court in the nearby Mall, I’m talking about exotic dishes for which you have to really search for a food outlet which has expertise in that cuisine and serves your favorite dish in its most authenticity; which is achieved till a great extent by the World Art Dining at Punjabi Bagh.
Flame Of the Forest
We were served a variety of refreshing drinks from a traditional Aam Panna to colorful mocktails.
Vegetarian Hawker’s Parcel
Chilli Beans Tofu
Hara Jalepeno Kebab
Spice Vegetable Bao Fold
Makai Paneer Ki Seekh
Corn, Sundried tomato and Jalapeno Pizza
Vegetable Salt and Pepper
(L-R) Shahi Paneer, Nargizi Kofta and Dal Makhani
However, it was the food menu which awed us. Vegetarian lovers, this place will treat you with as many delicacies as your non vegetarian friends enjoy. Be it the appetizers or the main food menu, it was filled with so many variants from different cuisines, they will completely satisfy your cravings.
(L-R) Caramel custand with Pineapple, Kahlua Tiramisu, Rasmalai and WAD’s Kulfi Falooda
Red Velvet Cake
Of course we had extra room for dessert! And we just hope it was big enough to accommodate all of the scrumptious delights!
What stood out in the whole area, was the interactive kitchen spaces it held. We could actually see the food being cooked and ask the chef to modify them according to our taste.
Apart from a restaurant, the place holds a Brew House which hosts musical nights every Saturday and hosts well-known artists and two Celebrations Banquet Halls for small family events and gatherings. The Head Chef was a pleasure to meet and his experience in luxury dining is clearly reflected in the hospitality we received.
The place is a thumbs-up recommendation for your next food outing!