Pretty much in the middle of nowhere, we were left exhasperated with the vastness of the Knight Rider Junction. The place is huge and offers all kinds of dining options – private rooms, gardens, open terrace and lounges. Primarily operating as a BYOB – they also house some pretty mean mocktails and one can only imagine the magic with a little downpour of booze in each. Their menu is still expanding into continental but their Desi grub is the one you can’t miss.
We started with their Dahi ke sholey, pan seared fish and grilled chicken. The Dahi ke sholey, a dish novel to each restaurant. They serve it fried with slightly sweet and very flavoursome dahi stuffing, deep fried and served with mint chutney.
Mexican grilled chicken – succulent chicken bits, well marinated and grilled to a crisp tenderness. Served with mustard sauce, the chicken is a very toothsome prep.
Pan seared fish – super fresh fish, well marinated and seared to perfection served with fresh mint and mayo. The fish was uber fresh and was paired with just the right spices to make it tantalizing to the core.
Tandoori chicken tikka – they swear by their desi chow and damn they are right. The chicken tikka is grilled to perfection and is lip smacking to say the least.
Lahori murgh masala with laccha parantha – the creamy buttery gravy was magnificent and the soft chicken tikka pieces blended with the curry superbly well.
Knight Rider Junction for their vastness, wide variety of options and amazing desi stuff.