Are you in for some delicious Kababs this weekend? There’s a new hotspot in Ahmedabad launched this week that can address your Kabab cravings. We are talking about none other than The Great Kabab Factory (TGKF)!
If you haven’t been to TGKF in any other city, we have everything you need to know about this food brand. The Great Kabab Factory is an Indian specialty restaurant offering a unique dining experience, bringing delectable kababs to your table! We are not exaggerating, but the Chefs at TGKF don’t just cook food, they recreate the magic of those who served the actual kings way back in history. TGKF is all about experiencing mouth-watering kababs prepared in different styles from all over the Indian sub-continent
TGKF at the Radisson Blu Hotel promises customers a wide range of sumptuous lip-smacking delicacies, served with a hallmark of vibrant, contemporary and engaging hospitality within an enchanting ambience.
If you wondering about the finer details of the menu, all we can say is that these kababs are prepared in seven different styles – roasted on the tandoor or on a sighri, shallow-fried on a tawa or a mahi tawa, deep-fried in a kadhai, steamed in pots and even grilled on a stone. Their signature kababs – the Galauti and the Burrah are to die for and compliment the Dal, Lucknowi Biryani and the homemade Kulfi perfectly which by the way is a low calorie option! A different menu is designed for each day of the week and guests will be served unlimited servings of each dish, either vegetarian or non-vegetarian. A vegetarian and non vegetarian meal plan cost Rs 899/- inclusive of taxes per person.
So if you are already daydreaming about delectable kababs, then head over to TGKF at the Radisson Blu Hotel where your food dreams turn into reality!
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