Situated in Hotel Diplomat, Amreli is a setup inspired by upmarket London dining with Olive Green colored furniture, checkered flooring and stylish mirrors. Everything carefully selected by the owner, Sidhant Lamba, the place speaks for itself. Being a multi-cuisine restaurant, it offers a wide variety of choices to give you a flawless experience of the food as well as the service. They have indoor as well as outdoor seating to give you option to suit yourself as per the weather. Known as the alfresco area, the outdoor seating is like a lovely courtyard with lush greenery around.
The love of the place and its lovely mirrors, paintings and artworks increased manifold when we were served with their delicious food.
We started our special experience with a fresh Manchow soup with crispy fried noodles along with lots of veggies. Along with it, we were served with their signature dim sums – Bokchoy & Tofu suimui, Spinach and mushroom pot stickers, bokchoy, carrot, mushroom and chive dumpling and Chinese cabbage and water chestnut. The best we found was the cabbage and water chestnut dim sums as it really had the appropriate flavor. In the Indians, we chose the tandoori Aloo bravas. These were potatoes softly tandoored with bravas sauce, which gave it a very interesting different flavour altogether. We also tried the Paneer Tikka, served with mint chutney and salad, but unfortunately found the flavors not perfect in it. Next came the Chinese chilli paneer, which was just the perfect as it should have been, it was a perfect mix of stir fried paneer, onion and bell peppers.
Health counts a lot these days and that is why we tried their Japanese Sesame Spinach salad, which was made of green and red spinach salad, along with lime sesame dressing and was pretty different and nice. To go with the salad, we opted for a mango mint shake, which was outstanding!
In the main course, for Indian we tried their Veg Biryani with mirchi ka Salan and Garlic Raita. The Biryani was just mind blowing and we are sure that we are gonna come back to have this one. In the veggies we tasted – southern style Paneer Korma, which was cooked in the south Indian flavors using the coconut cream and curry leaves and Amreli Kaali Dal, which was fine, but could have been better if would have been little less greasy and had a little more salt. In the breads to go along with these we opted for their Khasta roti.
From the world cuisine, we tried Veg Red Thai Curry with lots of veggies like eggplant, snow peas, broccoli, zucchini and bell peppers.
For the sweet tooth, we chose their Death by Chocolate, which had a layer chocolate mousse and was soft and gooey.
The restaurant has a very soothing music and will definitely leave you relaxed with its cool ambiance, pleasing staff and yummy food!
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