Try out Tasveer, an upmarket fine dining restaurant

If you are an Indian food aficionado and looking for a new venue to try out the cuisine, here comes Tasveer, an upmarket fine dining Indian restaurant at E-12 Gourmet Gallery. Tasveer is owned by Anish, Siddharth and Ayush who also own Café Morrison and Shooters.

True to its name “Tasveer”, the restaurant has some beautiful photographs of our heritage. Blended with classical music played in the background and with dimly lit surroundings, it is the perfect venue for a romantic evening.

Siddharth Talwar, the co-owner of Tasveer, explains, “Delhi has always been a mix of cuisine, culture and heritage. Tasveer endeavours to bring together some well known and some not so well known classics of Indian cuisine. So, to feel the essence of this culinary experience, to celebrate the richness, the mystical flavours and the aromas of the Indian cuisine, a visit to Tasveer is a must.”

Chef Ashok Kumar presents a variety of dishes beginning with starters like murgh tikka lababdar, tandoori jhinga, tandoori pomfret and Bano kabab. For the vegetarians, Tasveer has a tandoori fruit chaat, delightful blend of apple, lichi, pineapple, sweet potato and paneer mixed in the refined taste of our traditional spices.

Mutton and lauki

In the main course, there is the Chef's “special mutton combination”, a blend of mutton with lauki.

Then there are mutton roganjosh, jhoomta kukkad and murgh Peshawari besides the popular dish dum aloo Kashmiri with its inescapable aroma of red Kashmiri chillies, powdered cashew and cardamoms, and paneer khatta pyaaz with a thick tomato gravy with a hint of lemon for the vegetarians. The hot creamy Lucknowi tadka style dal makhani and the Hyderabadi biriyani are also good options for diners at Tasveer.

In dessert, try out its choco pastry and kesar kulfi.

A meal for two costs Rs.1000 approximately plus taxes.

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