Khan Saab uses the fourth and fifth floors on GVK One, Banjara Hills, to promote its North West Frontier cuisine. The place is humongous in size, 7000sft., excluding the kitchen, with murals from the royal past. It offers a good repast, ideal ambiance, pleasant service, competitive pricing and leaves one with a feeling of nostalgia.
It has the restaurant on the fourth floor and the kitchen, special modular rooms for parties and meetings on the fifth. Presently, it conjures up food ‘ a la carte’, without liquor and a meal for two would cost INR 600/- + taxes. Since its orientation is towards serving North West Frontier cuisine, the fare would obviously lean toward the meat eating kind. But Mr. Lathesh Nair, Head- Operations, begs to differ, “The vegetarians will surely have a finger licking experience here as some of the dishes are originally found in this type of cuisine.”
Some of the stuff recommended for the three course meal are as follows; Starters: Paya Shorba, Tomato and Tulasi Shorba, Lal Mirch ka Thika Thika, Kakori Khebab and Lasooni Jinga. Main course: Kareli Ka Salan, Jaitunee Bhaigan Bharta and among the breads Reshmi Malai Parata, Bhuni Parata and Olive Garlic Nan. Dessert that will have one asking for more is Angarey Jamun.