Koyla is a Hindi word, and in English it means Coal. Coal is used to make BBQ food and is also vastly used as a way of heating the food in Indian cuisine that gives the food the flavor of charcoal. Charcoal smoking adds a smoky taste to your meal without actually cooking it.
Koyla Restaurant is a stunning restaurant where contemporary meets traditional. No expense has been spared in achieving this, and as you step into this restaurant, you will certainly see just that. The decor is clean and crisp with plate glass and slate finished walls. This smart and sophisticated interior is complemented by the 18th and 19th-century Indian artifacts, including original paintings. Situated upstairs, the Koyla Restaurant which accommodates 45 seats, is luxurious with opulent mood lighting and decorated with more Indian treasures.
The cuisine in this fine establishment is created by award-winning chefs and staff who come from Indian Five-Star Hotel backgrounds. They have a single aim – to be able to deliver the authentic Royal Indian dining experience to its patrons with utmost courtesy and hospitality. The menu will take you on a culinary journey through the North of India with a couple of stops through Punjab and the vibrant Mumbai.
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