In a nutshell:
A super duper single menu joint that is just a hole in the wall shop but serves some excellent kababs.
Address & other details: Alight at Central metro station (towards Poddar Court end). U come across a statue of Maharana Pratap on ur left if u r facing Girish Park. Once in front of the statue, take the road to the right (if u r facing the statue). Take first right turn from there & go straight. The shop is on the left near Haji Allauddin Sweet shop.
Meal for 2: Rs. 80 onwards
Cuisine Type: Nonvegetarian
Many years back, I was floored by the sutli kabab here.
For the uninitiated, Sutli kabab is made by wrapping a paste of meat & spices around a metal sheekh, tying it with a cotton thread & then doing it on a barbeque pit. Once the kabab is done, the thread is removed & the kabab is served.
The sutli kabab I had then was unbelievably soft, spicy, hot, awesomely tasty & was just out of the world. I thought it to be the best in its category then. Earlier this year I had a similar thing at Babu Bhai Kababwale, Chilti Qabar, purani Dilli. I was very impressed but I thought that Adam’s was better.
Back then Adam’s Kabab name was not written anywhere. The elderly guy at the shop used to sit on the floor. This time we found a young guy with earphones manning the shop, sitting on a high cement slab with Adam’s kabab written. In case u r wondering about the name Adam, it refers to the first human being according to Islam who is also considered the first prophet.
This time around we found the taste to be very good but inflation had left its impression on the food. Daal is used as a binder in the sutli kabab. This time we found that the proportion of daal has increased than before. Result – the softness & juiciness had reduced.
None the less the sutli kabab was excellent inspite of the increase in daal proportions. Loved it. U can surely try it out (in case u do not have an issue with beef).
With refreshed memory, I think Babu Bhai Kababwale is better than Adam’s but Adam’s is too good on its own.