Food review: Kareem’s

Francis Abhilasha | May 23, 2017 16:50

Check out the food review of Kareem’s restaurant

Kareem’s Restaurant in Nagpur

Category: Mughlai

Location: Aman Lifestyle building, groud floor, Aman Lifestyle Nelson Square, Pagal Khana chowk, Rajnagar, Nagpur, Maharashtra, 440013

Contact: 07798479199

Timings: 12-3:30 pm, 7:00-11:30 pm

Closed on: open on all days

Food service: 4/5

Meal for two: Rs 1000 approx.

Air conditioning: Yes

Home Delivery: No

Valet Parking: Yes

Cards accepted: Yes

Chicken malai tikka at Kareem’s

Serving an array of lip-smacking dishes, Kareem’s qualifies to be the ultimate destination for all you Mughalai food maniacs, including me! As the name pronounces, it’s a Mughalai cuisine, a catering venture by Aman Group in Nagpur.

It was my second trip to Kareem’s. During my first trip, I had a taste of my all time favourite Tandoori chicken, which was sans any food colour, succulent and marinated in cream. So, this time I called for a new starter. I opted to taste chicken malai tikka, which turned out to be juicy, packed with the right flavour, tender to the point that you don’t need to exert pressure to cut the pieces with your fork, eventually melting in your mouth.

Mutton rogan josh, dal fry and naan

The main course included garlic naan, tandoori roti, dal fry (made on challah), teleporting you into a picturesque state of eating food from where they belong. And, mutton rogan josh… yeah, you read that right! The gravy was so soul satisfying that I didn’t want it to finish. I desired an infinite replenishment of the gravy. The ghee, in which the rogan dish was cooked, made me an instant devotee.

Malai phirni

The delicate pieces in chicken dum biryani with long grained rice, felt like clouds in my mouth. The meal was so up to the mark, that there was no point in picking up anything negative out of it. Indians do have a space left for sweet, post their meals. So, we wanted it to end with a bang, and so did it. Last time we had a taste of ‘Shahi Tukda,’ so this time it was ‘Malai Phirni’s turn. And, there it was, white and pristine to cleanse the palate, adorned with finely chopped almonds. One bite and it made me realise that Kareem’s ‘Phirni,’ (have researched through a demographic of discrete number), was not too sweet. It was fit for people with diabetes to quench their itch for deserts.

Accolades to Kareem’s – You can’t afford to miss this place, which is reasonable and delectable that makes customers feel contented to the core as they paying their hard- earned money for a worthy meal.

Must try: Tandoori chicken, mutton rogan josh, garlic naan, chicken dum biryani, shahi tukda, malai phirni, chicken malai tikka.

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