Baar Baar restaurant in Khan Market offers a wide range of Indian dishes with a modern touch. It is a modern yet rustic place whose approach is contemporary but carries a quintessential Indian touch in every dish they serve.
Baar Baar is a two-floor restaurant and is barely a few months old. It is a place which you should definitely hit for a luncheon or a dinner if you like to have a fusion food concept cuisine.
The restaurant’s Homemade Crisps are perfect to start off your meal on a delicious high with hummus sauce, which adds a perfect taste. Then there is Kulcha on the menu, and if you thought it is the ordinary bread thing then you are mistaken. The dish comes stuffed with green peas and goat cheese, served with gooseberry and mustard pickle and topped with parmesan cheese.
Next, and this is one of the recommended, Masala Jackfuit Taco — a mined jackfruit, onion, tomato with ginger and garlic paste and little amount of lime juice served on tacos i.e. fried papads is a perfect dish.
And one of the best meals for vegetarians is Panner Pinwheel. Panner dipped into red pepper makhani and grated cheese is served with naan.
For non-vegetarians, in the house of Indian cuisine there was Chicken liver and liquid bheja paste. The liquid bheja paste has the best chicken aroma and is served with a bun and onion.
Duck seekh kebab is juicy minced meat and is the cherry-on-the-top in the platter. Nalli Nihari, which is a non-vegetarian dish having two leg pieces dipped in mole and chocolate syrup, is the perfect sign-off.
To compliment the dishes are drinks on house. Leh Berry, which is a famous drink of Ladakh, Kairi Mule, a ginger-and-mango murabba drink, and Beetroot Kanji, a mixture of raspberry, beetroot and lemon, are the best.
Price for two: Rs.2,000