Saturday, December 8, 2007

Eating Out: Sajjad Restaurant (Super Highway)

Pictures:

Front Car Parking Entrance Gents Entrance
Open Air Sitting 1 Open Air Sitting 2 Open Air Sitting 3
Wash Room, General/Medical Store & Pan Shop Open Air Play Area for Children Covered Dinning Hall
Semi-Open Air Sitting 1 Semi-Open Air Sitting 2 Semi-Open Air Sitting 3

About:

  • Good setup with adequate seating arrangements (Takhts and Gao Takiyas)
  • Clean environment with fair amount of greenery and lights
  • Efficient serving though it was a weekday plus we reach there a bit early. So, can't say for sure about their service efficiency during rush hours
  • Seating Arrangements: Gents Only (Open Air and Covered Dinning Hall), Families only (Open Air, Semi-Open Air and Covered Dinning Hall)
  • Play Area for children. Quite safe due to its central location, so you can keep an eye on your children while they are playing around

Menu:

  • Hot n Sour Soup - Good
  • Sajjad Special Chicken - Worst - Whole steamed chicken with very very few spices (may be only salt) topped with lot of tomato ketchup, boiled egg, french fries and Papars
  • Chicken Lal Kabab - Good - Specially for those who like BBQ but can not intake Hot n Spicy stuff
  • Beef Behari Kabab - Very Good - Spicy
  • Chicken Boneless White Handi - Very Good - Recipe for all!
  • Paratha (though it was Tandoori Paratha) - Very Good
  • Tandoori Naan - Good
  • Raita - A must-have item on Highway Restaurants - Good
  • Ice Cream (Kulfa) - Good
  • Branded bottled water is also available

Location:


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