Quench Yard is a new party destination in town which has recently opened their doors near the Barsana Garden, which is opposite Akash Hospital, at Bicholi Mardana, By Pass Road (South), in Indore. I feel this place has all kinds of traits when you’d think of any hangout place. It has an open-air Cafe where you can hang out with your friends in the daytime.
It has a separate fine dining place where you can enjoy a lavish meal with your family. It serves you delicious North Indian food, fast food, Mocktails, Cocktails, Alcohol and what not! I recently dropped by at this place with my clan of foodie-bloggers. Review of Urban Desi Bistro, Indore: Celebrate the Love of Food at This Newly-Opened Delhi-Based Quick Serve Restaurant.
So, without me talking more about my experience, let us get started with the detailed review of Quench Yard.
As we reached the place, we were served two welcome drinks.
Hot Moon Lady: This as you can see was a three-layered drink. It was a Mocktail of Strawberry, Mango and Cool Mint flavour. I was quite delighted as every new layer came to the fore.
Rose Petal Margareta: As the name suggests, it was a Rose flavoured drink, which caught me by the bits of Rose petals and Gulkand. It was quite refreshing.
Fattoush Salad: It was a portion full of Yummy Veggies which surprisingly tasted yum too!
Paneer Achaari Tikka: The flavours of this dish were bang on. The perfect taste of achaar with Paneer was delectable. Liked it much! Oriental Veg Sizzler: This Sizzler, again, caught me by surprise with the balance it had in its flavours. The Sizzler consisted of Veg Fried Rice, and Chilly Paneer tossed in Schezwan sauce, with loads of other Veggies as well. The sauce was not too spicy or salty, and its taste was in perfect sync.
Dal Makhani: This is another creamy dish that I love to devour upon always. As it was perfectly cooked with such creamy flavours, it was a delight to have it. Loved it a lot!
Paneer Lababdar: I quite liked how much good did this main course Veggie dish taste! It struck the right balance of flavours, by not being too spicy or sweet. The Paneer used in it was juicy and tasty.
Jeera Rice: I am a hardcore Jeera Rice fan, and this one reminded me of the Jeera Rice that I have always loved since my childhood!
In a nutshell, I enjoyed my meal here and would suggest you try the Paneer Achaari Tikka, Oriental Veg Sizzler and the Dal Makhani. If you happen to visit this place in summers then surely give the Hot Moon Lady a shot!
Quench Yard is slightly on the expensive side. It will approximately cost you around Rs. 1000/- for two persons (without alcohol).
The ambience at Quench Yard is nothing short of being classy. They have given this place rich vintage vibes to its ambience, with wooden wall and flooring all around. The bar is dimly lit with yellow lights giving you the feels. Also, it has an option of open-seating as well, which keeps you near nature and gives you fresh vibes. I loved this place for its unique ambience!
The service at Quench Yard was pretty much good. The staff was courteous and well behaved. Ovenly Review: Read More About The Food, Price, and Ambience of This Newly Opened Cafe-Cum-Bakery In Indore; Don’t Forget To Ask For Churros!
Overall it’s a fantastic place to visit for any occasion be it a liquor party or family dining or just chilling with your buddies.
Enjoy! Let me know if this review helped you. 🙂
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