Daal Sahara with Pluto’s Platinum Lounge & Bar

IMG-20150214-WA0024Pluto’s is a perfect place to sit back and relax with your family and enjoy the music along with their mouth watering north Indian and Mughlai Cuisine. Located in the heart of Vasant Kunj near Fortis Hospital, Pluto’s platinum bar and lounge are one of the best places for youth to have their evening meals and fun. As the lounge is on the main road, it entitles us to have an easy reach and good parking space. Dim lighting along with the music gives you the perfect ambiance to celebrate with a gang of friends to party or a family to enjoy a perfect dinner date. The neatly laid out tables and a perfect Manager Mr. Madan, who looks after every minute detail from order to service, table setup to escorting the guests with a warm and personal touch, is something which is rare. It is a very big and spacious place with 2 levels of seating. While the ground floor has formal dining setup with six seater table each, the upper level had cozy recliners with seat for 2 to 4 people to enjoy the food and the company. Daal Sahara (Copy)Overall, it was a clean place. However, when we saw the address, the impression that we personally had about the place was a small locality, but was amazed by the grand setup of the restaurant and the big 35 room hotel along with it which has mainly international visitors.

Daal Sahara and Butter Chicken are the best moving dishes which make their guests fall in love with them. The variety of continental and Chinese dishes that it offers on its menu with secretly preserved flavor of its own makes it one of the most special places. They also serve a special variety of wine which is a treat for wine lovers across NCR and a specialty in its own. IMG-20150214-WA0019The head Chef Manoj Kumar have been working since July 2014 and claims to serve the best dishes in town.

The staff at Pluto’s is very courteous, polite and prompt with smiling faces. The service deserves a special thumbs-up as it was extremely prompt though they had a full house when we went and also a running birthday party which made it a packed house. With the special arrangement of having separate sections and chefs for Indian, Chinese and Continental cuisine, Pluto’s ensure to make it quick and perfect.

Pluto’s Platinum Lounge may sound new to the market, (just a year old), the parent company, Sara hotels has been in the business since 1994. In fact, some of the signature dishes dates back to the 90’s when the restaurant was a quick pick up point for the Vasant Kunj residents for its delicious Daal and Butter Chicken preparations.

With an aim to try everything we can, we went to start our meal with Mix Veg Momos, Paneer Tikkas and Dahi ke Sholey in Vegetarians and the crispy Fish fingers and Chicken Malai Tikkas in non-veg. IMG-20150214-WA0021Every dish has a special distinguishing flavor with the aim to make them special. The main course was Daal Sahara as one of their signature dishes along with paneer adraki, Methi Malai mutter and chicken lababdar served with their special lachha paranthas. To satisfy our sweet tooth, we were served Gulab Jamun which we personally see that they should work on to improve.IMG-20150214-WA0022

To give a hint about the pricing, they are reasonably priced at around INR 395 per dish for vegetarian mains and INR 495 for non-veg main dishes. The breads are priced at around INR 65.

They plan to host a special menu for the world cup matches and a live screening of the Indo-Pak match with a package deal including unlimited beer and wine with food for INR 1000 plus taxes. A special seating arrangement for a perfect day picnic is up on the cards for you.

Happy Cooking!

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