Karama is a foodie’s delight. There are sooo many options that I’m always confused when it’s upto me to choose. Sheikh Hamdan Colony area is packed with restaurants and everytime I go to one of them, I have noticed this outlet due to its different name, Dillicious – The Food Capital, and the small and cute décor items near the door.
So, when I was invited to review this place, I instantly accepted hoping for the best. From outside, it looks like a small place but step in and there’s ample seating area. The chairs are brightly coloured, there’s real coloured tyres fitted on the ceiling, the wall is painted with the famous places in Delhi, India and there is also a part of a truck… a real one…attached to the wall!!! The interior is wonderful and gives a very vibrant feel. The menu too has interesting names!!
We started off by ordering some Mock Tharra …. I mean Mocktails 😊 Strawberry Mojito was the best, Cucumber Pick Me Up was good too but Pineapple Orange Greentini had a bitter after-taste of the green tea. We were served a welcome platter containing papad, chaat and chutneys. The chaat was really yum.
Starter was Masahari Kebab Parat which is a sizzling kebab platter with chicken tikka, seekh kebab, murg hariyali, burrah kebab, nawabi seekh and machchi hariyali. The flavours were great and the portion size is good enough to be shared by two people.
We did Paneer Da Proud with Paneer Lababdar which left us feeling proud that we ordered a perfect paneer dish. The paneer was soft, and the curry was delicious. I also tried Murg Kali Mirch along with Bread Basket. The curry was prepared to perfection.
The ending was amazing with Mangolicious Kulfi, real circular mango slices that are frozen with the inner part filled with kulfi and topped with chopped nuts.