Weekend Food Review: Kites Restaurant
After another tiring day in office, UT team thought to refresh with some delightful food. This also does some part of our work to give you a latest food review of another eating point in Udaipur. So, looking for a new restaurant in the city, we went to Kites after recommended by a common friend.
Location: RMV Compound, Gulab Bagh Road, Udaipur
After another tiring day in office, UT team thought to refresh with some delightful food. This also does some part of our work to give you a latest food review of another eating point in Udaipur. So, looking for a new restaurant in the city, we went to Kites after recommended by a common friend. It’s been just a week this restaurant is open. The interior was a fair combination of wood and glass which made a soothing ambiance.
Restaurant menu was financially within the reach.
Although, we met series of surprises there like a plate of salad given for complimentary was not fresh. There was no pepper in either of the sprinkler bottle. And finally we were confused by the arrangement of dishes in the menu.
What we ordered?
Vegetable Kathi Roll:
This dish was mentioned under the section of vegetables. The waiter, when asked for the content of the dish (before ordering) was actually unaware of the dish. It finally came out as a roll of white flour chapatti filled with mix vegetables (paneer, capsicum, onion) and gravy. But to our surprise it came out to be a true delight. Something very similar to the frankies. This dish tasted good and was satisfying.
This was something which helped me fill my stomach. There were 3 pieces of kofta flowing in the curry. The quantity was enough for four people. The aroma of the dish was tempting and for quality, I would rate it eight out of ten.
Paneer Matar Rassedar:
Paneer and matar was good but rassedar (soupy) did some problem in the dish. Felt like all the spices were drained away in the rassa (soup). It didn’t give me satisfaction and value for my money.
Missi Roti (Chapaati):
This chapatti is made by using 3 types of flours wheat, barley, and gram. After a few minutes we turned to missi roti and felt it to be more like papad than roti. May be, we were late to get over it but still not that late for it to be so hard.
Plain Roti (Chapaati):
Plain roti was good and soft made of wheat flour. Was a happy feeling when consumed with malaii kofta. I enjoyed the combination and would recommend it.
We had butter scotch ice-cream in dessert. It was at par to my expectations same usual taste you would find anywhere.
Damage: Rs. 495 after 10% discount (for 4 people).