Stuff that comes out of sealed packs doesn’t always work as a good meal, but the Mughal-iano range from Costa Coffee is an exception.
The kebab, pilaf and pasta selection is fresh and flavoursome, the only odd man out being the slightly bland paneer tikka. Diners can add a Fritzer (fruit beer) to their meal; it goes surprisingly well with the Indian fare.
At Rs 79, the pilaf is great value, too, given the portion. In both the veg and non-veg platter, the shami kebabs (paneer and chicken, respectively) are the winners, and the seekh kebabs are a close second. If you want to keep things light for dessert, try the chocolate marble cake, hefty in size but nicely crumbly and not too sugary.
At all Costa Coffee outlets.