Kebabs in India trace their origin to the influence of the Mongols who invaded parts of North India in the 14th century . Back then the kebab was just meat sprinkled with salt and barbequed. Soon, it caught the fancy of Indian chefs who turned it into an art form.
Kebabs have their distinct taste, which can be credited to the use of Indian spices. Owing to widespread prevalence of vegetarianism in India, there are also many vegetarian varieties of Kebab, usually made from cottage cheese , lentils or vegetables.
At The Great Kabab factory, a different menu is set for each day and guests are served unlimited servings of each dish, either vegetarian or non-vegetarian. Besides the signature kebabs such as the Galauti and the Burrah, the meal comprises of Dal, Biryani, a selection of Indian breads and the best of seasonal vegetables and desserts.
Unlike the traditional buffet where you have to get up and help yourself each time, at TGKF elegant service is delivered to your table serving one dish at a time.
You will be picked up from your hotel in an air conditioned vehicle to this award winning restaurant. At the end of your meal you will be transferred back to your hotel.