With Tandoori Skies, Glook The Sky Lounge offers assorted veg and non-veg kebab delights
WITH THE NIP in the air setting in, Glook brings to you Tandoori Skies in its alfresco setup. The skewers of meat smothered in rich spices, fresh out of the tandoor hits the right spot, especially during winters and hence we waltz into the whopping 12,000 sq ft rooftop sky lounge in Newtown, to make the most of the season.
Hara Mirch Paneer Tikka was the first to land on our table. This vegetarian delight can surprise even the hardcore non-vegetarian gourmand. The amalgamation of chillis, coriander leaves and the most important ingredient of this appetizer — cheese — teased our taste buds delightfully. For vegetarians, there is more than paneer, as Rajasthani Meethi Makai Seekh Kebab served with coriander mint chutney was the next we tasted. The corn-based kebab made with the American variety lent a hint of sweetness to the otherwise delectable starter and is not a bad an alternative to the mutton seekh kebab that we devour often.
In the non-meat category, the menu also has Soya Chanp, served on ice-cream sticks and the Chettinad Gobi. While the first one did not impress our tastebuds much, the later made in South Indian spices and roasted to perfection made the otherwise boring cauliflower impressive.
Moving on to the non-vegetarian fare, we sampled a scrumptious Rosemary and Garlic Chicken Kebab. The dominant flavour of garlic with the aromatic rosemary added a distinct taste to the succulent kebabs and we totally loved it. After our tandoori treats, we also pigged out on Dum Ki Macchi with Churchur Kulcha naan. Cooked in Goan style, though less spicy, the fish preparation with thick gravy can be paired with rice or naan for a wholesome treat.
The special menu also offers soups, assorted Indian bread, pulao and bread for a complete meal experience. We were told that there will be live counters as well.
Till December 8. Time: 4.30 pm to 12 pm. `950 ++ for two