Little after Dark may sound like a title for a book, but let me tell you this is one of the most sought after party destination in Indirapuram now. A bar with open air terrace and a dedicated open air sitting in 2 levels, with a huge dinning hall is just a perfect place for hosting a B-Day party,Family get togethers, engagement parties etc etc. Food wise they have got a very well curated menu with Chinese, Italian and Indian cuisines.
Lights and flowers lit up your evening as you enter Little After Dark abbrivrieted as LAD.
Then on your left you have this lush green open sitting while on right 2 levels of wooden terrace with a view of Indirapuram.
Lets move to the Hall area, where most of the Lunch and dinners are being hosted. Don’t miss on the corner stage, perfect for hosting a long table dinner for family get-togethers, an engagement party, kids B-Day. Frankly speaking it looked more like a fine dinning restaurant of a hotel with the interiors and royal setting.
Let’s move on to the food. They have a wide range of starters across Indian and Chinese cuisines with veg and non veg options. But north Indian is what I mostly prefer so ordered for Dahi Kabab and Corn and cheese rolls
Since it’s a winter evening and didn’t wanted to have anything cold,I started with a hot coffee. Served in a traditional steel kettle pretty much simillar to what you get in a room service at a hotel and same was the taste, typical home made. Just loved it for a change over normal cappuccino , as this served my desi taste buds really well.
Dahi Kababs for Rs. 279/- : served with salad and green chutney, a plate of Dahi Kababs had 6 crispy golden Kababs. If you looking for too much Dahi in the Kababs then you might be disappointed else it’s a great pick and very well made.
Corn Cheese rolls for Rs. 255/- : Again very delectable 6 peices of rolls being served with Chinese dip in small glasses on a miniature Dhella , looked nice and was very crispy and a perfect mix of chrispy layers and filling inside.
Paneer tikka platter for Rs.279/- : A vegetarian and Paneer tikka is like made for each other. We ended our starters with this while moving on to main course served along side. This comes in 8 peices of 4 different kind of Paneer marination – Achari, Ajwain, Hariyali & Malai, probably you can make that out from the picture.
For main course we ordered for a Paneer Lababdar and a Dal Makhani with green chilli Lacha parantha, my all time favorite.
And what can be a better end to such yummy north Indian food other than Gulab Jamun. A streaming hot gulab jamun served in a steel vessel was love at first sight and I couldnt wait enough to dig into this delicacy.
If you love open sitting, or a terrace with greens around you will love this place. And with dearth of good fine dinning place in Indirapuram this place really serves everything under one roof for eating out options and outings with family for lunch and dinner.