Mystery of Food, Indirapuram Ghaziabad


A Mystery Indeed

We were pretty excited to try out this place. Had heard good reviews , read good reviews online, so when the time came for our next team party, Mystery of Food was the default option to try out.

We went there for lunch on a weekday. Service was good, waiters were courteous and even offered their suggestions. Ambiance was nice, seating was comfortable and the place was spacious.

Ordered mocktails ranging from Summer of 69 (actually Aam Panna) to MOEF Special (plain ol’ Bantaa) and more. For starters we had Kurkura Paneer Tikka, Dahi key Sholey and Chilly Chicken Dry. Starters were very good.

Main course however was just ok – Have had much better Dal Makhani at other places. Murg Labadar and Punjabi Rara Murg tasted almost the same. Nargisi Kofta was not as exotic as it promised to be. Quantity was good enough though.

However nothing prepared us for the jhatka that we got in the end – The bill came out to be a whopping 13000 Rs for the 15 of us. That too after a 25% discount on food.

In my view Mystery of Food is a total rip off.  The place is decent however NOT a  value for money. For the same amount (in fact lesser) there are much better options available (Country Inn for example). I would definitely not recommend this place.

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Sharing is fun @ Haristo, Indirapuram


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Weekends bring happiness but what adds true joy to them – Good food ofcourse. And this weekend, the smile that Haristo brought to my face lasted well into the weekday as well.

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Haristo (meaning Thank You in Greek), is a wood fired pizza joint, serving a good variety of appetizers (pastas, garlic bread, salads and more) and some really delicious thin crust pizzas. We tried The Big Fat Haristo (veggie pizza with lots of toppings) and cheese dripping pizzas (lots of cheese with cherry tomatoes), along with cheesy garlic bread, grilled potato mexicana wraps and some coolers. Wraps were decent but the bread was a bit dry and french fries in the name of grilled potato didn’t catch my fancy. Garlic bread and coolers were good, but the catch of evening were the pizzas. They were just amazing, hot from the oven and just melted in the mouth.

Its a self service restaurant, and not very spacious. But it makes up for the lack of all this with good food. So, if you are looking for pure taste, then look no further – try Haristo.

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