Gorgeously Presented Indian+ Fusion Food of this New Eatery!

Cuisines: North Indian

Filters: Dine-in

Attributes: Restaurants, Lively

Taste Indian food like never before, induced with fusion, at this newly opened restaurant in Rajouri Garden- Too Indian.  So, what’s new with this restaurant serving the good old Indian cuisine? – I would sum up the answer in just one word- Fusion!

Right from the ambiance to the elaborate menu, everything reflects authenticity with a modern touch. And this, my friends, made Too Indian stand out of the sheep’s herd. I would not be exaggerating a bit if I say the presentation of the food blew my mind over more than the food itself! There’s a dedicated amount of thought involved by their team when it comes to serving their customers, the otherwise underrated, Indian cuisine. The copper cutlery took us back to the days when shiny steel/ceramic crockery was not a fad. I was more than impressed by their call to action button, for the very ease of customers. We all know what a hassle it is to call the waiter while keeping a tab on our table manners, how disturbing it seems to stop in the mid of a conversation to order a refill and then wait for someone to actually hear our plea. But this restaurant had it all sorted out with the tiny device placed on each table to either order a refill, call the waiter, ask for check, or cancel any previous call. How cool and tech savvy is that? Mind=Blown!!

For me, a good restaurant would be the one offering mouth savouring food with a courteous staff and an ambiance to look forward to. I found everything of my dreams at Too Indian. 

The restaurant was spacious, majorly divided into three big seating sections. The bar is at the entrance with quirkiness all over the place. They have a whole section of cutesy goodies and products to adore and even purchase. The exterior of the restaurant adorns a beautiful section filled with coloured flower pots which were hand painted by the team and staff of Too Indian.

 

To begin the saga of endless devouring, the first serve was a complimentary Anaar Sorbet presented in the adorable tiny buckets placed in a miniature garden. The presentation really deserves applause. Next were the monstrous milkshakes- Nutella Shake and Salted Caramel shake, a complete meal in itself. 

In the starters, meticulously prepared Dahi Bhalla was served with a stance of fusion, of course! Using Bengali rosgulla with frozen mishti dohi topped with raspberry and strawberry yogurt instead of the regular Bhalla and plain dahi, quite a jaw dropping moment it was! The next dish was chicken tikka in 3 different flavours served with mint chutney- Pesto(blended with herbs from Persia), Cheese loaded(topped with melted mozzarella), paprika(the spiciest one). To keep up their presentation game up, next came a book! Now, who wouldn’t be delighted to see a huge book presented on the table? But your happiness would know no bounds when you open the book to find the delectable Indo-Persian kebabs wrapped in falafel with the cutest lamp and tiniest pressure cooker filled with mint chutney! I was stumped, literally!! 

But this is not the end, yet! Next was a tower of taco cones filled with beloved paneer in 4 different flavours, to be devoured happily. In the main course, 3 main dishes were served namely, Dal, Palak Paneer and Chicken Curry with flaky bread and some naan. Dal may sound as the everyday household item but here, at Too Indian, it was prepared and served with a smoky flavour along with side munchies. Remember how they have fused each food item with something unimaginable? That’s exactly the case with Palak Paneer where Ravioli was used instead of Paneer. And the Chicken Curry, with the perfect mix of spices, had me lick my fingers off. Yes, the dishes were mouth-watering! Finally, the scrumptious lunch affair ended with Milkcake, the dessert was a perfect blend of Indian sweet and Parisian caramel tart. 

The food and the drinks were heavenly delicious, my mouth waters as I write this! The staff was so polite and courteous, they patiently explained about the dishes and served them with a warm smile. 

Basic Indian cuisine never tasted so deliciously different. Check out Too Indian to experience a culinary high.

Address:  A-39, Vishal Enclave, Rajouri Garden, New Delhi, Delhi 110027
Contact:  085109 00050

Author and Picture Credit: Shivangi Chauhan

Tags: too indian

Facebook Instagram Twitter Pintrest
Related Posts
Delhi's newest lounge club, The Velvet Room offers a delectable and exotic food a
Taste Indian food like never before, induced with fusion, at this newly opened restau
Tucked away in a corner in sector 29 market of Gurgaon is the country’s first b