An evening without kebab is a bird without wings
There was a time when it was said by Angela Markel that Greece’s future in the Eurozone is dependent on its kebab output. That was the importance of kebab. Because all those who try this sumptuous snack once cannot avoid having it again and again. And recently R4review visited one such food-joint which serves one of the best tasting kebabs and curries in Jaipur. And that place is “Kebabs and curries” at Raja Park, Jaipur.
Situated in one of the busiest shopping area of the Jaipur, K&C provides a good option for the people jaunting there or for a short friends and family outing.
About Kebabs and Curries
Kebabs and Curries Company (KC Co.) is a chain of Indian restaurants and food-joints that is known for its authenticity and creativity in kebabs and curries.
They work hard to plate up the best flavours that gives the dishes distinctive taste, brings in kitchen fresh ingredients to make a perfect dish, and put a great deal of efforts for efficient and quick time management without compromising on the hospitality standards.
Review from R4review
We reached at the venue on a good Sunday afternoon and the staff welcomed us well. After a short introduction with the manager, we took our seats and the waiter handed over the menu. We started looking for the options.
The first in the list was Paneer tikkas rolls. They were dished up with foils wrapped around them to keep them hot. They were a bit on spicy side and are a good option for the looking for a hot and spicy taste.
Next came on our table was Veg Golekebab and they were like “never to stop eating them and keep ordering” category dish. Perfect blend of spices and ingredients and more then perfectly fried, the first bite of them made the things clear about the USP of the place and reason to visit it again and again.
Then our non-veg friends tried their speciality Matka Chicken which was no less than what should be called “out of the world in taste”.
“Paneer salt and Pepper” was next in the queue which came as soon as we were finished with our dishes on the table and it was a good paneer option the menu list.
Since all this was enough for the day and we had not a fistful scope for anything else in our stomachs, we were not able to try their main course but from the taste of the starters, we can easily assume a good mixture of taste and spice from it.
At the end, on the persuasion of the manager to try the rabri they serve as desert, we went for it and had no regrets of gaining some extra calories for the sweet flavour.
A must try for all those visiting the places near-by their outlets (they have oulets at Raja Park, Vaishali Nagar, and WTP) for the finger-licking range of veg and non-veg kebabs and curries.
FYI: Don’t miss their special Matka Chicken, Butter Chicken, Kalmi kebabs and Veg Golekebab.
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