” The G.T. Road ” is not just a casual dining space but a food journey on to Asia’s oldest and longest connecting roads. [The Grand Trunk Road] It celebrates a food journey from Kabul To Chittagong.
It truly justify the name with its wide variety of cuisine, superb flavors and exquisite interior design.
Everything is GRAND about it. Right from the grand entrance, larger then life interior, huge collection of antiques. Old paintings from around the country, coin collections, armory and guns. Amazing story is, strong woods like Sal, Seesham, Saj which were used to make sleeper compartments in railways earlier. This place has build their furniture from old discarded sleepers. Isn’t is amazing??
No doubt, it took more then a year to build this restaurant.
Most fascinating is the Vintage Car placed right at the entrance. Such a royal feeling to just enter the place and getting some historical taste of it.
The prices will give a shock of your life. As I said everything is grand about it except the price. Have a gala time with your pocket felling happy at the end.
A must visit with family and friends.
Few of my favorite items are –
# Seb Nimbuda # Khira Vira
Main Course —
# Machher Kaliya # Nalli Nihari
# Aam ki Laungi # Lehsuni Palak
# Kachey Gosht ki Biryani # Kolkata Murgh Biryani
# Sheer Khurma (from Peshawar)
# Afghani Burf (from Kabul)
# Sondhesh (Kolkata)
The Grand Truck Road has a great history of its own and this restaurant truly does justice to it.
One of the best places I have ever visited and one of the best food ever had.