We discovered this gem recently and decided to visit on a breezy Spring afternoon. Right from the moment when we entered the beautifully done up restaurant till we were seated on the majestic rooftop, the aesthetics, the sense of space and the knowledgeable staff were refreshing and immediately put us in the mood for some good food. The restaurant has carefully curated the menu which is a Journey of brilliantly thought-out food combinations to elate your taste birds We started our meal with their signature Tom Loha Shot, corn crunchies served with tom Kha shots, a coconut-based soup. It was mild with delectable flavours, a perfect starter to get the palate revving for more.
This was followed by starters – Pickled Soya Chaap & Sambhal Paneer Tikka in the vegetarian meal and the Basil Fish Tikka and Cheesy Chicken Tikka in the non-vegetarian meal. The starters were delicious and the plating was superb with great visual appeal. The portion size was also just perfect, ensuring that nothing got leftover but at the same time, you felt satiated. They were delicately flavoured creating a perfect mellow symphony of mouth-melting flavours. They teemed with some lovely mocktails, including Blue Hawaiian, Mango Ginger Cooler and Summer 69.
This was followed by the Citrus Fruit Palate Cleanser with watermelon which was refreshing and perfectly stimulated the appetite for the main course.
The main course was synonymous with envelope-pushing progressive cooking that takes inspiration from Indian street food with renowned dishes such as Narangi Makhmali Kofta Curry, Creamy Palak Corn, Dal makhana with saffron rice in the vegetarian plate and the quintessential, but with a twist Laal maas, Nariyali Prawn Curry, Dal makhani with saffron rice and an assorted bread basket in the non-vegetarian palate.
Known for its innovative tasting menu based on time-honoured Indian cooking techniques by the head chef, each item in the main course has been thoughtfully put together, its creative interpretations of Indian flavours from different regions, a delight!
We ended our meal with a beautifully plated Moong Daal tart, which looked as exquisite as it tasted.
All in all, it was a beautiful afternoon spent at Noon Mirch sampling some creative culinary delights that satisfied the soul and satiated the palate.
Signature dishes: Lamb Shank Roganjosh, Cottage Cheese Craft, Naga Lamb Chops, Black Dairy Lentil, Pav Bhaji Fondue, Smoked Baingan Bharta Burrata
Timings: 12.00 noon to 12.00 midnight
Where: 3rd Floor, D Mall, Indirapuram, Ghaziabad
Call for reservations: 9811381617 , 8929207545 , 9311444270
Price, per person: INR 2,000 for two people (approx.) Without alcohol
Exclusive of applicable taxes and charges, if any.