Great cocktails, hatke Indian dishes presented with flair!
Ayank Verma, Prashant Shroff and Himanshu Khannas restaurant vision Pandora, really does surprise us like a true Pandora’s box
Aroma therapy to start the evening with flavours of citrus bubbling at the table!
ELDERFASHIONED : Jim Beam, elderflower and thyme in a beautiful combination of flavors
GREYHOUND: Fresh flavours of pineapple, kaffir lime and a dainty cherry foam!
GILAFEE SEEKH KEBAB: A Lucknowi favourite, melt in the mouth lamb skewers presented with a modern twist!
SMOKED CHICKEN RISOTTO: Creamy textures fill the plate with this dish. The dish is generous on the chicken but smokey flavors need to be done better.
SAALI BOTI TARTS: Another take on a Lucknowi classic Boti Kebab, with a Parsi twist. The Salli adds a crispy crunch to the tarts and the tempura chili to the top adds a great touch of spice and crunch!
ESPRESSOTINI: A weird and wonderful cocktail merging our love of coffee and martini’s! Comfort food to the max!
MURTABAK: A south East Asian streetfood speciality! Egg rolls with super thin bread stuffed with spicy chicken mince! Served with sambal oelek and peanut sauce!
CHORIZO NAANS: A Goan inspired dish, a thin layer of Choriz stuffed between a naan bread. Flavors are dull and chorizo could be smokier.
KULCHA BOX : Inspired from the Indian dabba, the kulcha box encompasses a complete Indian meal with a Murg Kurchan and a Dal Makhani with an assortment of stuffed Indian breads! Simply delicious!
DOUBLE LEMON: Wasn’t too good, flavors of lemongrass didn’t come through and was more of a alcoholic lime soda.
MUTTON SHAMMI SLIDERS: Soft melt in the mouth mutton coupled with green chutney and compacted into a slider! Great snack, super filler!
DRUKEN MATCHA: Tea cocktails are really the trend! With matcha being the pick of the tea we could help order this one! Flavors of the matcha really shine through, but the egg white is overpowering and overall too eggy!
JAPANESE CLOUD: Desserts weren’t up to the mark. Regular mawa cake is given a fruity finish with this dessert. Nothing Japanese about it.