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Pirates of Grill- Best Buffet Restaurant In Delhi NCR

Pirates of Grill

Pirates of Grill, Sector 18, DLF Mall of Noida , Uttar Pradesh

If you’re planning to visit The Mall of India at Noida, spare some time to visit this great eating out retreat if you fancy lip-smacking north Indian food and large portions of buffets. The not-too-steep-on-the-pocket buffet is one of the major draws of Pirates of Grill, as one can choose from a wide range of delicacies without digging a hole in your pocket. Pirates of Grill currently located in DLF Mall of India at Noida and MGF Mega City Mall, Gurgaon.

The buffet restaurant opens in two shifts- Lunch – 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM & Dinner – 6:30 PM- 11 PM. Tariff and list of dishes mentioned below-

We visited during lunch hour and were delighted to see the warm gesture of the staffs at Pirates of Grill. They made us comfortable and offered us a glass of cold water as we were looking dehydrated because of pathetic weather in Delhi. They asked us would you like to go with a veg buffet or mix. As we are a die-hard non-vegetarian, we opted for a mixed meal.

Pirates of Grill – Ambience

By the time they set up the live grill on our table, I did a sneak peek by looking right and left and shock to see a full house during lunch hour. The ambience is beautiful, and there are pirate maps, and exciting symbols are just add-ons that give the area a more positive vibe. They have used metal & wood judiciously, and the plants add a bit of greenery to the area too. The music kept at a considerably low volume so that it does not intervene while you’re having a conversation, and the lighting plays a significant role in stabilising the overall feel.

About the food

About the starters menu, for vegetarians, the Brazilian churrasco pineapple grill and the potato salsa, are our preferences and would probably become yours too. Starters such as Gosht Ki Seekh, Bhatti Ka Murg, Lahsooni Murgh Tikka, and Roasted Garlic Chicken Sui-Mai win big in the non-vegetarian menu. Plan your pick well though, because the starters can be very heavy, and you might not make it to the main course.

The main course buffet dishes are not so appealing but cooked very well. One can indulge in some great offerings from the sweet section too. Must try out the strawberry coconut dry cake, butterscotch pastry, malai kheer, dark chocolate fudge pie.

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