The Hungry Writer
I was listening about this place since a long time and finally last Friday I got to visit it. As the name says ‘Tamasha’, it completely suffices it. I along with my 3 old friends visited this place. This was kind of a reunion so we thought of trying it out. The ambiance was really nice and enjoyable. Since we went during the non-peak hours, we didn’t find it crowded, although nearly 70% of the restaurant was occupied. The interiors have been done simply well.
Talking about the food, we started by ordering Mutton Galouti Skewers and Cottage Cheese Chello Kebabs. Both of them tasted amazing. The Galouti Skewers were really tender and moist. They had the exact amount of spices and a perfect blend of flavors. Whereas, the kebabs were exceptionally well and served in a really attractive manner. The saffron rice that accompanied the kebabs was simply cooked to perfection. They had enough quantity Post this we called for Pasta Arabiatta and Barbecue chicken pizza. Pasta on one hand was delicious, but on the other hand, pizza was just casually
made. It was actually tasteless and the chicken chunks were hardly visible. This turned out to be really disappointing. We ended the evening with our all-time favorite Melody Brownie with chocolate sauce which was just like any other brownie.
The service was a little slow. As we had met after a long time, and we had loads and loads to talk about, we hardly paid any heed to this. But I’m sure the #tamasha team will surely work on this.