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Lavaash By Saby serves the yummiest Mutton Rezala. With Durga Puja just a few days away, Bengalis in Delhi start making your plans now!
What Is It?
Have you been meaning to indulge in a laid-back lunch with your family post pandal hopping this Durga Puja? Well, head to Lavaash by Saby in Mehrauli. This restaurant is Chef Sabyasachi Gorai’s baby; he is popularly known as Chef Saby. What’s the best thing about this place? They serve Armenian food with undertones of Bengali cuisine. This fusion concept might leave you all perplexed in the beginning. But, the food is to die for. Also, they serve the most authentic Mutton Rezala with steamed rice smeared with butter, green chillies and Gondhoraj lemon. Reminiscing childhood puja lunches already? We bet you are!
What’s In It?
This place portrays the best of Armenia and Bengal. Not just the food, but the décor screams Mediterranean blended with hints of Bengal. Yes, we are talking about the quintessential white and blue tile work, coupled with colourful kantha stitch upholstery. Also, this place is undoubtedly one of the most insta-worthy restaurants in town. Moreover, while you dine here at the open space, you can have a stellar view of the Qutub Minar.
What To Eat?
You must definitely try the Chicken Kalagyosh, Armenian Mezze Platter, Mochar Puff, Valley View cutlet, Egg Devil and Classical Meat Dolma. We also love the Char-Grilled Mutton Ribs, roasted Cauliflower and Pumpkin Kebabs, Mushroom Manti and Prawn Claypot Casserole.
What To Drink?
You have to try the Mahua Mehul. This cocktail is basically Mahua flower berried muddled with gin, mint and lemonade. We promise, just one drink will knock you out! Additionally, do try the Black Diamond – a concoction of the old monk, earl grey and honey.
Address: H-5/1, Ambawatta One, Kalkadass Marg, Mehrauli, New Delhi
Timings: 12 Noon to 12 Midnight
Cost: ₹2,000 for two people approximately
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