Foodies of the city have a new place to check out - Hangout, a new joint of Hotel Sutrupti at Unit IV here. This cozy little place, done up with a corporate look, has a menu that would satisfy every gourmand’s taste. Everything on the menu has a feel-good factor. ‘’It makes eating out inexpensive and with style,’’ says restaurant Chef Rajesh Das.
There is nothing over priced both in the non-vegetarian and vegetarian section. Moreover, the portions are large and, in some cases, decidedly sumptuous.
The variety that Hangout offers includes the ‘Satay Fish’. The word Satay transports one to the Malaysian streets where it is munched with relish. One can also dip them into a variety of sauces. They look like kebabs skewered on Satay sticks and roasted on charcoal or grilled but taste different on account of various marinations. After you place the order, one can hop across to the special counter and see the Satays being cooked. The marinated Satays skewered on sticks are then placed on the hot plate to be roasted.
There is a counter for chaats, pizzas, burgers, sandwiches and dosas, with the pick being the aloo and paneer varieties. The six-inch pizza with vegetarian toppings can be a full meal for one person while two can gobble the large one.
The main course features a variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian delights. The restaurant serves some signature dishes like ‘Daab Jhinga’, ‘Dum Murg Anari’, ‘Whole Bhekti Patra Poda’, ‘Raan-e-Sikandari’, said Chef Das. “All the dishes here are made out of the finest spices and ingredients to maintain the quality and authenticity of the dish. We also serve the unique Hilsa Briyani which is available no where else in the city,” he adds.
Recently Chinese combo meals having eight varieties of food were introduced at `99.
The restaurant also offers free home delivery services.