Passion, poetry and of course the love of food, run deep in the veins of Hyderabad, Lucknow and the Northwest frontier, three regions famed for their Royal kitchens and the cuisines they gave to the world as part of their heritage. Indian Style Restaurant takes pride in owning the legacy of these Royal kitchen. Recipes passed down from one generation to the next are past Indian styles. Much guarded inheritance the magic of which came alive in the rich array of choice served to you. Needless to say that the cooking processes are not just part of the old world charm, they are intrinsic to the taste like, the Biriyani served in Eastern ware Handis, are actually cooked in them, using the Famed Dum Pukh style of cooking.
Dum denotes cooking over slow fire to extract the rich, succulent flavor, and Pukh translates as pure. In effect, it means pure ingredients are left to simmer on a slow flame in order to let them cook in their own rich juices thus preserving their natural aromas. The end-result is truly the labor of love. An ensemble fit for Royalty. Kuboos prepared for King and Raane named after the great conqueror Alexander says it all.
At Indian style, the starting point is Dum Pukh and the destination, a taste so unforgettable that it keeps coming back to ming with hints from the heart, calling one to return, again and again (Love does that to people).