Al Seef a new destination still picking up attention with proliferating number of restaurants there. Al Seef is one of them and a treat not just for vegetarian but no veg can equally enjoy experience here.
Last week I was there to try out this new branch and totally awe-struck with the interiors of this place. Colorful but keeping the soberness in mind. Mirrors and Chandeliers make the whole place looks like a posh place specially when the sun goes down and the whole place lit with the lights.
The menu is extensive and you take some time to order your choices. I am glad Hitesh the manager of the restaurant helped us to makeup our mind and then we ordered feasibly.
What we ordered there?
- Chaat Platter
- Aloo Paratha
- Sabzi Kebab Platter
- Paneer Tikka Biryani
- Spicy Malaysian Pot Noodles
- Dum Aloo Punjabi
- Masala Chai
- Angoori Rass Malai
- Rabri With Hot Jalebi
- Fresh Juices
We started our culinary journey with fresh juices and Chaat Platter. I am a big fan of chaat so it was not less than a treat to have a chaat platter, was able to try assorted variety. Everything was fresh and I could have eaten more of it 😉
Sabzi Kebab Platter was a harmony of different flavors of kebab. Being a hard core non veg mostly I dont prefer veg platters but the company I had ate the whole platter with giggles and chat. In no time there was nothing on our platter
Spicy Malaysian Pot Noodles were the star dish on our table. It was spicy and served hot. Each flavor kicks in and tantalized our taste buds. It was finished in no time.
Biryani lover attention please good variety of biryani would totally delight you and for the first time I had paneer biryani. Yes! you read it right first time 😉 and enjoyed each bite with raita served along with it.
Aloo Paratha was a bit disappointing, I was expecting filling a little more spicy infact I felt it bland. I wish the salt was in balanced amount as it was less to my liking.
Aloo Dum Punjabi a gravy dish that was served with indian bread. Red color gravy with soft cooked aloo was one of our main dishes. I was totally full so had it with fork.
My friends were excited to try dessert and they all liked jalebi and angoori ras malai alot. We ended our session on a cup of hot Masala Chai. Slowly sipping and chatting with friends made the whole experience a total delight.
The staff here was friendly and made us comfortable even when we working on our fashion shoot there. I am thankful to the whole team to allow us to do it and let us relished the good food