When pirates finished their loot, they shouted loud. When you finish today, burp — those are the words written on one of the walls at Pirates of Grill. After going through 13 kinds of kebabs and a buffet, that’s the only thing you possibly can do.
Mambo Jumbo is the name of this food festival. And the Mambo Grilled Prawns, Jakartan Grilled Chicken and the Panini Gabis are magical. Attendants dressed like pirates place an oven right in the middle of your table, from where you can have unlimited servings of vegetarian and non-veg kebabs.
Live music gives you company as you dabble between Salsa Potatoes and Dakshini Murgh Tikka. The latter comes with a hint of curry leaves and coconut flavour.
Melt-in-the-mouth and grilled just right, the Gosht Chandi Goluti is a delight. The Kashmiri Shammi Kebab, which is crisp from the outside and stuffed with dry fruits, deserves a special mention. The Basil Fried Fish — made from delicate Basa fish from Vietnam — is tossed in nicely amidst the gathering of grilled items. The buffet has nothing extraordinary, but the Awadhi Gosht Biryani should not be missed.
The Mambo Jumbo festival continues till May 9 at Pirates Of Grill, C-12, Vishal Enclave, Metro Pillar No. 414, Rajouri Garden.
Timings: 7 pm to 11.30 pm;
Cost: Rs 550 (plus taxes) per person
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