Grand Barbeque Restaurant, Al Satwa

I got to try some of the dishes which Chef Akash Singh created at Grand Barbeque restaurant when I dined here last day. They have some interesting starters and main course for a very reasonable price. There is slight change on weekends with a wider range of spread. The dining area is quite spacious with few private cabins.

We started off with our drinks and ordered for a fresh mango lime cocktail and a pineapple juice.

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Some of the starters were served to our table. I loved the shrimps in Asian sauce. It was done seamlessly and prawns were cooked perfect. Another one was momos. It was piping-hot when served and I quite enjoyed it. They had fried momos as well.It was my first hands on it and was delicious too.


Other starters were tandoor chicken,malai chicken tikka, chicken and meat kebabs .

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They had live stations for chaats and pasta. We got to try the papdi chaat and dhahi chaat. It was having the classic taste and look.


The salad section seemed quite healthy with few impressive items.All the greens and vegetables used were pretty fresh.

Moving on to the buffet section, we started off with the non-veg section. One of the best was chilli chicken and hot garlic chilli fish. Both were impressive! Tandoori kukkad and Murgh sufiyani tikka were the next on the row.We were served hot breads such as zaatar roti,butter naan etc at our table. Another crowd puller was tandoori keema anda.

Among main course, got to try the mutton dum biryani. The flavors and spices were impeccable and done in a traditional way.One of the signature Grand barbeque dish was the butter chicken which was going good with the breads served.Other dishes in the non-veg section were nihari gosht, gosht paya, macchi dahiwali, bhuna murgh.


They had fairly good options for vegetarians too. Gobi jahangiri and firdozi kabab were the ones I tried in starters. Among the main course I liked the Burnt gartlic noodles and xinjiang stew.Also I loved aloo tarkari and paneer lababdar. Daal double tadka and rice was a good combination too.


Moving on to the desserts, They had a decent spread here too. I got to try the gulab jamun, brownies and chocolate mousse. Different flavors of ice creams were also there for us to choose.


Verdict : I would definitely recommend this restaurant for a large spread of buffet with quite a fair option for vegetarians and non-vegetarians at a reasonable price.

Grand Barbeque Buffet Restaurant Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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