Sometimes I wonder that Multi-cuisine culture was found by Indians or what. I love going to restaurants with such tag, where I get to try different global cuisines. My love for Middle Eastern food made me visit Coalspark at HSR Layout earlier this week. They are popular for their Arabian style Grilled dishes as well as Indian dishes.
Going to a restaurant is not easy as it was before. When a restaurant and its staff follow all the safety measures, diners feel utmost comfortable. On my recent visit, I met Mr.Muddassar (Co-Founder at Coalspark), a very young entrepreneur who has put his passion for food to a different level. I was blown away by his hospitality skills. He talks to every customer and it was a surprise to see the restaurant was almost full on a weekday afternoon. Their staffs are also very attentive.
I tried their fast-selling 'Pepper Chicken', and the fiery 'Gun fired Chicken'. The making for Gun fired Chicken on the coal fire was fun to watch. The flavorful Pepper Chicken comes with Kubboos, Mayonnaise, and some veggies. Though the Gunfire chicken had great flavors, the tenderness of Chicken was not up to my liking.
The next dish I tried was not on their menu yet but already popular with their regular customers - 'Shaadi ki Biriyani' which I would like to call Ammi's Biriyani. The Muslim wedding style biriyani tasted so delectable and it's one of the best I had in recent times. I tried Biriyani with Tandoori Prawns. They are having a Seafood festival till the end of February. The beautiful charred flavors from the grilled items were bang on.
I also tried their Kizhi Porotta and I know there are so many fans for this humble dish packed with flavors. Kizhi is nothing but a parcel; banana leaf layered with Porotta and Chicken masala wrapped in the shape of Kizhi/pouch will be grilled/steamed before serving it hot. Once the kizhi is open, the air will be filled with fresh aromas.
I enjoyed a glass of Arabian pulpy Grape juice along with smokey grilled food. They have a separate section for desserts and fresh juices. Post lockdown I am very addicted to Falooda. The layered goodness has 3 varieties of ice creams, flavored vermicelli, soaked basil seeds, dry fruits and nuts, tutti fruity, and fruit syrups; isn't enough for one to fall in love with this frozen dessert?
I really enjoyed the dishes I tried at Coalspark and already planning to order from them soon. Do try the dishes I mentioned and it will be a treat and don't miss the Shaadi ki Biryani and Falooda.
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