90ft Above is a beautiful fine dine restaurant with amazingly done interiors. It has multiple sections, with a huge lounge area that is a separate section – 90 ft Wok-Tail along with the inner AC section and other areas. The seating is comfortable and the place attracts huge family crowds and is packed even on weekday nights.
The service is friendly and they come up with good suggestions once you tell them your preferences. The menu is quite spread with some authentic dishes and some fusions ones. It starts out with salads and soups and has a few amazing chaap options as well.
We started with Ukranian Vegetable Borsch, a classic beetroot based red soup. The Borsch at 90ft was perfect from the start. A mouth-watering aroma of beetroot and coriander, perfect tangy – sour taste and a consistent clear soup. It was loaded with small pieces of broccoli, beans and finely chopped beetroot and cauliflower.
Paneer Ke Angaarey : Paneer ( cottage cheese) marinated in a spicy gravy and cooked in a tandoor. The gravy was perfectly marinated and the cottage cheese was juicy. The tandoor added a charred flavour to the preparation. Loved this one, but I would want the gravy to be even spicier for the angaarey feel.
Chaap – e – Khaas : I guess the chef read my mind about Paneer ke Angaarey and sent in a crazy spicy but delicious chaap. The Chaap – e – Khaas is made with a mind-blowingly spicy but finger licking marinade, true to its description of being made in Afghani style gravy. The chaaps were perfectly marinated and did not have a hint of chewiness in them. The owner of the place informed us that the chaaps are sourced from Delhi and Amritsar to maintain the original flavoursomeness and texture of the chaap. These are a must try here.
Dal Makhani – Dal Makhni was delicious, creamy and perfect.
Rosy Paan Icecream – I can’t believe I am going to go ga-ga over some ice cream, but man these are amazing. Rosy Paan Ice cream is their in-house creation and they have taken desi flavours to another level. The rose ice cream has rose petals and has the perfect gulkand flavour while not being overly sweet. Paan ice cream, on the other hand, has small tooti- fruit pieces and is just perfect
Berry Ras Parfait – The classic American Parfait with an Indian twist to it. The fruits in the parfait were replaced with a delicious and light Rasmalai, topped with whipped cream and dried berries.
Overall Experience – Amazing. The place is just perfect with a flawless ambience and some great food. Friendly prompt service adds to the amazing experience.
The Battle – I kid you not, I fought my parents over the ice cream, like a kid. That one is a must have, will make you forget the chocolates and the Nutellas of the world.