After the discussions and chats we decided to follow chef’s recommendations. In starters, malai jhinga and pepper fish satay were clearly the winner. Crispy, cooked and moist inside, the malai jhinga was absolutely a winner and will go well with any drink. In the meantime I was also enjoying my drinks. In veg starters, Malai Broccoli and Mushroom kive stood as winner. I generally don’t eat veg; however I heartily enjoyed malai broccoli and mushroom kive. It had the natural crunchiness of broccoli and a nice succulent and juicy texture. Shikampuri kebabs were letdown as it had no flavor. Dahi ke suley was exceptionally good and absolutely delicious – spices and ingredients mixed in hung curd and deep fried.
For me dal Qureshi was an absolute stunner as I never had green mung dal in any restaurant before. It was delicious. Beliram meat had the perfect gravy and excellent flavor and I wished that the meat could have been little tenderer. Murg wajidshai (chicken malai tikka) failed to impress us. We loved imli ki macchi. It was the best main dish. Biryani was nothing exceptional and was passable.
Outback is a nice open place to chill with friends and family and enjoy couple of drinks with lip smacking starters.
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Outback Bar and Grill, Leisure Inn West Gurgaon
17/6 Old Delhi Gurgaon Road, Sector 14, Gurgaon 122001