Kebabs Galore at Kebab Gali!

Food: 4.5/5

Service: 4/5

Ambience: 3.5/5

Pricing: 4.5/5

Overall: 4.5/5

 Kebab Gali, a brand from Delhi, finally enters the NCR market with its first branch in SuperMart 1, DLF Phase 4. In Delhi, this is known for its lip smacking Mughlai food and kebabs at cheap prices. There is one branch of KG very near my house and whenever I cross it, it see it bustling with people (mostly family crowd). Happy to have got a branch near my office in Gurgaon as late nights in office will become tastier.


Kebabs, Curries and Biryani is the tag line and they have aced them all! All the restaurants have the same ‘Gali’ theme depicting a true ‘Indian Street’ with a lamp post, a large mirror wall installation and some more antique pieces. Simple upholstery going with the simple theme. Nothing too fancy but cute in its own way.

Coming to the food and drinks, it is always a delight to dine at KG. Be it any branch, the food quality and taste is consistent and yum. Here is a list of things I had at the new GGN branch and my review of them:


Dahi Kebab:

Rating: 5/5

Price: Rs. 149

Super soft from inside and a thin coating outside holding it all together. Delicate, lovely taste of subtle kewra and green chilies.


Mutton Galouti:

Rating: 4.5/5

Price: Rs.249

Flavory kebab made of minced mutton and served with sweet parantha (warqi parantha). I found them really soft and they melted in the mouth.


Dhaniya Mirch Paneer Tikka:

Rating: 4.5/5

Price: Rs. 169

Mildly spiced regular paneer tikka (with a little more coriander than usual)but well marinated, soft and fresh. Also, the quantity was large.


Dohra Kebab:

Rating: 4.5/5

Price: Rs. 229

Chicken seekh coated with mutton seekh…heavenly and a must try for meat lovers. Even beautifully handled kebab as the mutton held the chicken in place but yet not hard. It was soft and juicy.


Kasturi Kebab:

Rating: 4/5

Price: Rs.219

Chicken tikka coated and marinated with Kasturi (dry methi) was juicy and well marinated. The kasturi was perfect not making it too bitter. In fact, not bitter at all.



Laal Maas:

Rating: 4/5

Price: Rs.225/350/620 (Qtr/Half/Full)

Unlike Laal Maas of other places as the spiciness was in control. Even a person like me who doesn’t enjoy extremely spicy food, could have it comfortably. Mutton was well cooked and separated itself from the bone easily.


Chicken Changezi:

Rating: 4/5

Price: Rs.195/295/515 (Qtr/Half/Full)

Chicken pieces in a tangy orange curry due to tomatoes and mild sweetness. Liked it.


Daal Makhani:

Rating: 4/5

Price: Rs.145/250/450 (Qtr/Half/Full)

Creamy, thick and well cooked. Even the quantity was large. Went well with my food.



Gulab Jamun:

Rating: 4.5/5

Price: Rs. 65 (2 pieces)

Ver soft and properly sweet. Loved the fact that it didn’t have pistachio and Cardamom in it as I am not fond of them.



Rating: 4/5

Price: Rs. 80

Mildly sweet but I liked it that way after a heavy Indian meal. My Friend who is fond of sweet found or less. Please suit your palate.


Overall, as always, KG didn’t disappoint and I ended up over eating. Was sleepy in office post my lunch but without any guilt. Worth every calorie I consumed and every penny I spent. Recommend this place for all sorts of outings.

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More about Kebab Gali? Find out here:
Kebab Gali Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato








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