Anglow, is just what its name suggests. An ode to the cuisine developed during the British Raj the time-period gave us some of the most gluttonous, comfort dishes. Chutneys, stews, curries and bar bites paired with beautiful cocktails made with ingenious Indian spices.


The selection of cocktails at Anglow is beautifully categorized by spirits. The Anglow Spice steals the show with its stellar presentation and woody notes. The burnt cinnamon and orange zest is quite refreshing. Their classic GnT – Cucumber Spice is spiked with cumin-infused Gin and topped with smoky star anise.


We started off with Shami Kebabs finely minced mutton, brought together beautifully. Onions, coriander and classic Indian spices, I absolutely loved the balance of heat and smoothness. Crunchy Lamb Rashers, proved to be the perfect bar bites. The perfect crunch and meaty pulled lamb tossed with shallots, and a smoked tomato sauce. Brie Bursts puffed quinoa on a crumb coated crust, melted brie and a grape relish. I really enjoyed the mixture of flavours and textures. The grape relish hit the home run.

Large Plates

Railway mutton curry & Chicken Dak-Bungalow Curry. The railways started serving this curry in the first class during the British Raj. With milder spices, the Chefs toned the classic Mutton curry to make it more palatable for the Britishers. The curry is a take on the classic curry with vinegar and coconut cream. The mailrooms built on the hill stations were called Dak Bungalows during the colonial rule. Also used by travellers, they often served meals too. Dak bungalows served this curry and it has now found a new home at Anglow. A mildly spicy gravy, half boiled egg, potato and boneless chicken. We teamed both our gravies with Malabar paranthas. Dry, not flaky and downright, quite sad, it was very disappointing.


We finished our meal with the Tipsy pudding. Sponge cake soaked in whisky, fresh whipped cream, fresh fruits and topped with castor sugar.

Tipsy Puddy

You must try all of their cocktail selection, the shami kebabs, mutton curry and tipsy pudding. Stay quite clear of the breads, which did not cast the charm they should have.

Where? Anglow, Khan Market

Price for two – 3000 INR with cocktails

Cuisine – Anglo-Indian, Cocktails

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