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Kubeera Palace

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Kubeera Palace

Rubeera Palace, a unit of Sri Pavana Keerti Hotels India Pvt. Ltd. situated on the fifth floor of MPM Millennium Wajihuddin Estate, in Himayat Nagar, is an out and out vegetarian restaurant. As you step into the restaurant, on to the one side, you are greeted by elephant-headed god, Lord Ganesha, the remover of obstacles.

The ambience of the place is medium with no sharp lights and divided into three sections, so that any group big or small can have their own privacy. Approximately, it can seat 60 people. An ideal place for small gatherings and kitty parties. I took a place to the side, so that there is not much disturbance. Running an eye through the Menu Card, one noticed that it was more of a North Indian and Chinese cuisine on the platter.

Starting the luncheon with soup, there was Hot and Sour Veg Soup, a mix of chopped vegetable celery black pepper and vegetable stock cooked in dark soya vinegar and sauce. Other choices in the soup included Sweet Corn Veg Soup, Man Chow Veg Soup, Wanton Veg Soup, Choice of Cream Soup and Veg Clear Soup. My attention was drawn to the Mulligatawny Veg Soup, which was lentil flavoured soup served with veg crispies and rice, but I settled for the Lemon Coriander Soup, the thin Chinese soup based on corn flour, lemon and coriander leaves served hot with garnished lemon and curry leaf. Indeed, it was really yummy, which was relished with starter Gobi 65, a South Indian style batter fried Gobi with Indian spices served with red chutney.

Among choices there was Crispy Fried Corn Kernels, an American corn battered and fried spiced with Chinese spices tossed with soya sauce served with chilly and vinegar and hot chilli sauce, the Veg Figure Schezwan- mix vegetable minced with Schezwan Chinese spices battered and fried with finger deep fat and served hot with sauce or hot garlic sauce, a choice for those who love hot spicy food.

Other regular starters include Paneery Chilly, Golden Fried Baby Corn, Vegetable salt n pepper, Veg Manchurian, Stir fried spinach and baby corn. Of course one could also have Veg Dumpling in hot garlic sauce or Baby corn or Mushroom in soya sauce or any of the paneer choices.

Coming to the main course section, the regulars include Shahi Paneer, Malai Kofta, Palak Paneer, Paneer Butter Masala, Kadai Paneer, Vegetable Panjabi Handi, Veg Jalfreze, Aloo Mutter, Aloo Jeera, Aloo Gobi Capsicum Masala and Mix Veg Curry. Some main course cuisines had typical local names like the Nizami Handi, which was mixed vegetables, chopped palak and grated paneer cooked with Indian spices and served hot. The other hot names on the list were Mix Veg Kheema Lababdar, a mix vegetable in rich onion tomato gravy with cream butter served with dry fruit, and the other was Veg Kheema Kasthuri – mix vegetable cooked with onion and tomato gravy with spices of Kasthuri methi and Indian spicy masala with grated paneer. However, the choice fell on Methi Mutter Malai – fresh chopped methi cooked in rich white gravy with butter and cream till creamy and glossy topped with dry methi powder and served hot.

In the Dal section, there was Dal Fry, Yellow Dal Tadka, Dal Makhni, a must in any restaurant because it is accepted by the guests. But two other dal, one could try out was Channa Dal Palak – Channa dal soaked and cooked with Indian spices with chopped palak spiced with chilli tadka and flavoured with ghee and the other was Panjabi Dal Fry – a moderately spiced tasty and flavoured North Indian dal. For the localites, there was Sambar and Rasam. If you are too confused what to order among Roti or Naan, one could order the assorted bread basket. For choices there is Rumali roti, Paratha, Garlic Naan, Stuffed Kulcha, Cheese Kulcha and Pudina Paratha.

Kubeera Palace

In the rice section, there is plain rice, Jeera Rice, Green Peas Rice, Veg Pulao, Kashmiri Pulao and Veg Biryani, for those wanting a light meal can prefer the Dal Kichdi. Some of you, who love Chinese preparations, can try the Ginger Fried Rice – Boiled rice tossed with Julian ginger, onion, carrot, capsicum, cabbage, French beans, coriander and seasoning or the Hong Kong Rice – boiled rice tossed with diced vegetables fried cauliflower, spring onion, soya, tomato sauce and seasoning. The others include Tipple Sechzwan Rice, Singapuri Rice and Schezwan Fried Rice. In the noodles section, the options are Schezwan Noodles, Singapuri Noodles, Hong Kong Noodles.

In the Desserts section, there is Gulab Jamoon, Honey Jamoon, Rasgulla, Rasmalai, Gajar ka Halwa, Moong Dal Halwa, Double ka Meetha, Triffle Pudding, Qubani ka Meetha, Banana Sunday and varied choice of ice-creams. Some of them one may get depending on the availability.

The restaurant also serves a wide range of snacks, which are tasty and spicy. Among Sandwiches, there is Vegetable, Chesse and Club. Among the Pakodas, there is Vegetable, Palak, Onion and Veg Cutlets and for kids the Veg Pizza.  Apart from Ale Carte, during Lunch and Dinner time, the restaurant offers Buffet services too, which are quiet reasonable.

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