Queens

April 20, 2007

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A vegetarian heaven, this little, hole in the wall restaurant is the place to go for some delicious ghar-ka-khana.  It also serves non-veg but the vegetarian food is what you should indulge in for complete bliss.  Packed at lunch time with the office and college crowd from MG Road and Church Street, Queens is dark and dingy with cave paintings on the rough looking walls.  Chairs and tables are arranged really close to get the maximum usage out of the available space.  Don’t let all this scare you off from tasting the food.  Try their tandoori rotis, stuffed capsicum (a dollop of heaven) or aloo curries and dals.  Terrific – not too spicy, not too oily.  The lemon juice is a winner as well.  The food never fails to impress, it is always fresh and delicious.  Go there when you are tired of the malai koftas and butter chickens. 

Parking is not available – you have to take the risk and look for parking either on Brigade’s, Church Street or MG Road.  Or maybe park at Garuda Mall.  Prices are reasonable and a meal for two is approximately Rs.300.

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One Response to “Queens”

  1. chaitra Says:

    They also serve one of the best nargisi kofta!!


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