Complete Indian Experience at ‘Wok In the Clouds’
Wok in the Clouds is located on the Club Road of West Punjabi Bagh. The outlet is spread over 2 floors and houses an amazing range of Indian and Chinese food. The ambiance is classical with the use of wood everywhere. The seating arrangement is comfortable specially for family dining. Being one of the only few restaurants in this area for a complete family dining, the menu is extensive. Have already tried ‘Wok in the Clouds’ at Khan Market and the experience was awesome (read the complete review here). The opportunity to try the incredible food again was not to be missed.
Sheesha – Tried the Paan Sheesha, which gave a refreshing start to this complete Indian experience. Wok in the Clouds also has a range of Sheesha flavors to try from. The staff members checked it every now and then to make sure the Sheesha was working fine. 9/10
Mai Tai – Classic drink with amazing subtle flavors of lime, vanilla. The dark liqueur just kicks back at the end leaving a refreshing taste. 9/10
Cosmopolitan – Another classic drink with cranberry juice and lime. Topped with an orange slice and served with salted peanuts. 8/10
Virgin Mojito – Super refreshing minty drink, great taste. 9/10
Fruit Punch – Fruity drink finished with pineapple juice and coconut milk. 8/10
Mushroom Caps – Stuffed Mushrooms in creamy spinach sauce. The combination was unique in itself. 9/10
Veg Tandoori Platter – Complete Indian and Mughlai flavors in the Veg Tandoori Platter. Comes with Makhmali Kebab, Panner Tikka, Bharwan Aloo, Tandoori Mushrooms and Tandoori Pineapple. The Makhmali Kebab had an after taste of green cardamoms. Great item on the platter. The Tandoori Pineapple is a must try as well, the juicy pineapple was finished in a spicy marination. The Platter is served with onions and homemade green mint chutney. 9/10
Palak Panner Burji – A great twist to the traditional Palak panner made in a Burji form. Best Panner burji ever tried! 9/10
Dal Makhani – Creamy dal with exotic flavours of cardamom. 9/10
Broccoli and Babycorn Masala – Super spicy combination of Brocoli and Babycorn in a tangy gravy. 8/10
Mirchi Paratha – Hats off for this invention. Green Chilli Paratha, but not so spicy as it sounds. You may also try the Red Chilli Paratha incase your looking for a more spicy version. 9/10
Pineapple Raita and Hara Bhara Salad – Fresh Pineapple Raita and Hara Bhara Salad comes with a range of vegetables. 8/10
Rose Kulfi – Tried the Rose Kulfi which was filled with Pan flavors and you can even taste the rose petals. 9/10
Coconut Kulfi – Coconut kulfi with very mild flavors. 7/10
The service at Wok in the Clouds was without any complains and the items carry value for money. Wok in the Clouds did turn out to be a complete Indian experience starting with the Sheesha and ending with the Rose Pan Kulfi.
Food/Taste – 8/10
Service – 8/10
Value for Money – 8/10
Ambiance – 7/10
Quantity/Quality – 8/10
When it comes to food, Wok in the Clouds doesn’t disappoint.