Fine-dining or casual, sophisticated , authentic or fusion, there’s nothing that pleases Indians more than desi food . When it comes to Indian food, its myriad ingredients and flavours, Punjabi food is perhaps the loudest of all. The madness and gusto of Punjab is definitely not for the faint-hearted.
It has been several years since Bells and Pepperz has been there in Ashok Vihar , And they have taken dinning at a whole new Level in North Delhi .Great efforts of the owners Mr Pushpender singh Chawla and his son Mr.Vickram Singh Chawla I would the truely call there team “Tastemaker to Delhi “
We started our meal with starters we had Dahi ke Kebab and Paneer Tikka. Accompanied with spicy mint chutney, my faith in the saying ‘happiness comes in small packages’ got renewed. The paneer tikka was soft, succulent and well cooked. Dipped in flavoured loved the Dahi ke kebab melt in the mouth, it was a complete delight to devour
For main course we chose to go with one of the recommended dishes, Palak Paneer Every Punjabi’s favourite, the dish is prepared from spinach, roasted cottage cheese, cumin and red chillies. If you want to savour authentic Palak Paneer, you must go to one of the strictly Punjabi restaurants, as others usually get it wrong.
Then there was the traditional dal makhani – rich and creamy, that took me back to the north Indian highways, where you would sit at the dhabas and gorge on the dal full of rustic spices.
Overall for the main course, I have to admit, I enjoyed the every dish . We spoke to a few other diners. Some lauded the courteous service and others enjoyed the ambience. One diner said the taste of the naan (Indian flat bread) was great and get along with the rich delicious Indian curries.
As for the food, the starters were a taste sensation and so were the Many dishes in the main course too. If your idea of good food Bells and Peppers it your stop .