Fantastic Four Eateries Never To Miss At The Q Court of Quest Mall

Food is one whole major part of everyone’s life and if you don’t get it right and in the most enjoyable way, then the mood and experience shall shatter instantly. When i go places either for work or for personal reasons i tend to keep a list of eating places nearby where ever i happen to be so that it helps me not to explode my head in search of food at hunger times.Same thing happens with me when i quite often visit Quest Mall and look for places to eat there but then i ignore most of the places as for the reasons of not trying out the place ever before or else it least interests me at times. However recently First Idea Pr represented by Anisha & Somenath had poured an invite to check out the Q COURT for it’s famous four eating places at the food court. So along with me there were few fellow food bloggers who came here and got their hands on some nice set of food.Over here from every place we tried one or two signature dishes that proved to be pretty interesting. And to know more about which were the places and what we tried, read below.

Starting from “Desi” to the “International”…

Masala Kitchen : This is the first one which makes some really good North Indian delicacies . As the name goes ,you should expect things to fire up in your food but not in such a way where it is an discomfort.So from here the Chana Batura was tried out which was the size of almost 3 to 4 normal sized baturas that you get anywhere. It is the biggest one for sure in the city is something i can safely say and also as it was soft and nice in texture it tasted excellent. They serve Chana curry along that tastes equally good making it clear for me to recommend this dish overall for being something not very regular to come across.

Read about the Raj Kachori from “Desi Street” and more in the full post on The Food Seeker Blog.

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