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Copper Chimney






An old favorite for a few of us, I don't know why we have not thought of going here for such a long time - 5 years long! Last Saturday, when we got done with a meeting (yeah, some poor souls work Saturdays too), we headed here for lunch after one suggested that we MUST go to Copper Chimney, and that is how the rendezvous happened!

We settled down and started off with a Chicken Kebab and a Paneer Tikka Kebab, the Chicken Kebab being a little too bland for me, I had to smear it with the mint chutney to get some flavor, while the paneer kebab was just right! We then ordered some Butter Naan, Butter Chicken Masala and Fish Creamy Masala for the main course. Each of them were distinct from the other in flavor and the naans were just brilliant. The Butter Chicken Masala here is (actually was and became is) a personal favorite, they have the right flavor without over doing any of them. I am not a big fan of fish, but this creamy gravy was quite good and there was no fish smell in the gravy - that's the way I like it!!!!!

We finished off with some gulab jamun, kesar kulfi and a big smile on our faces!!!! The jamun was super soft and super tasty, while the kulfi was alright, and the smile was broad!!!! Nice and chic interiors and the pretty quick service helped matters after a long and tiring meeting and I wish we were eating here more often. All of the above cost us Rs 1450, so that was about 350 per head, which is good for a place of this quality.

Food 8/10
Service 8/10
Price 8/10
Ambiance 8/10

Copper Chimney is located on Cathederal Road, opp Chola Sheraton Hotel in the same complex that hosts Zaras.

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