#Review: Brunch at La Kutchina, Jehan Numa Palace Hotel

Jehan Numa Palace in Bhopal not only has a lot of history to its credit, but also happens to house the best restaurants of the city. One of the restaurants is La Kutchina, which hosts Sunday brunch of Italian speciality. The menu is elaborate, the decor cozy and the music ensures that the mood of the patrons is in sync to the food laid out in front.

The Salad Table Laid Out With Delectable Veg and Non-veg Starters (C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma

 

The Salad Plate (C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma
Bakso (non-vegetarian soup with meat balls, noodles, boiled egg, botchy, wonton and shallot). The taste was divine! (C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma

 

The Cozy Decor at La Kutchina, Jehan Numa Palace Hotel (C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma
Chocolate Waffle with Peanut Butter and Honey (C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma
Cheese Omelette (C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma
The Brunch Includes Unlimited Beer and Cocktail (selected) (C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma
Fujian Red Wine Chicken, Persto Saffron Risotto and Olive Tapenade (C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma

 

Wine Braised Samal, Cajun Mashed Potatoes and Bouillabaisse Reduction. (C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma

 

Chicken Satay, Peanut Butter Sauce and Chilli Crab. (C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma
Singapore Noodles, roasted Asian green beans and crispy sweet & sour tofu. (C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma

This was our favourite of the lot that we tasted. There were more items which we couldn’t even dare to eat, we were so full. The menu is perfect to take you to a food coma and delicious enough to give you wonderful dreams! The brunch is available every Sunday afternoon and I’ve seen the restaurant packed every time that I’ve gone there. It is both a surprise and a pleasure to see Bhopal’s crowd appreciating other cuisines this well.

Between the two of us, we shared a plate of each item though the idea was each one eat one. However, had we done that we wouldn’t have been able to taste all the items that we could. Moreover, it would have meant unnecessary overeating. So, though we paid for two people, we’d ordered a single plate of each dish. This post is not particularly a review or a critique; it is instead an account of the brunch we had. But you get the point, drop in for a lavish brunch some time.

The sweet platter which I ate. This doesn’t show equal or more number of items which I couldn’t eat. (C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma
This small bowl of Mishti Doi was divine, if I can say so myself. Light, not very sweet, yet set to perfection – its taste still remains in my mind, even after two weeks. (C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma
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