Odisha Sun Times Bureau
Cuttack, May 5:
Cuttack has always been famous for its amazing food such as the mouth-watering dahibara–aloo dum, delicious biriyani, rustic bara-ghuguni, cooling lassi, crunchy baramajaa and more. And to add to the list of go-to restaurants in the Millennium City, a major brand in the culinary world in India has just opened its doors.
Moti Mahal, established in 1920 in Peshawar (now in Pakistan), it was established in India in 1947. The World Street Journal calls it Delhi’s Gastronomic Pearl and this heaven for foodaholics that boasts of hosting the likes of Indira Gandhi, Benazir Bhutto, Richard Nixon and John F Kennedy, is one of the oldest names in tandoori dishes, has made an entry into the Silver City and Katakis are making a beeline in front of this food joint offering these gastronomic delights.
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Located in Cantonment Road, it claims to have invented the famous butter chicken and tandoori chicken that is an all-time favourite of meat eaters. Moti Mahal offers a huge range of delicacies in the tandoori platter with creamy butter chicken to mutton burra kebab among other delicacies, all of which is a much sought after dish. And oh! the bhuna gosht is something any foodie will die for. For the vegetarians dahi ki kebab and paneer tikka shaslik just is too good to miss.
And their list of mocktails with interesting names is just the thing you might just need this summer, such as Dark Knight, Blue Heaven, Love To Kill You, Pink City and Shirley Temple.