The inquisitive bug in me instantly googled the meaning of “Pieds Propres”, the moment I decided to visit this new restaurant. Throughout the drive with three of my girl-friends, I was wondering why this name for a multi-cuisine restaurant? In French, ‘Pieds Propres’, means “clean feet”. I entered the restaurant and my questions were answered right away. The restaurant has a special feature – along with multiple cuisines, they let you relax your feet for a fish pedicure. Any customer can simply walk in, pick a table, put their feet into a giant-sized fish tank and get a fish pedicure, before or during a meal. That’s quite an innovative idea, I must say! The ambience and more-than-helpful staff has a positive vibe. We got comfortable in our seats and browsed through the menu.
Cuisines ranging across Indian to Italian, Continental to Moroccan, Lebanese and American – their variety is definitely vast! The rates are reasonable, as per the quality and quantity of food they serve, and the additional fish pedicure that they offer. I chose Indian-Mughlai for my meal, since I was craving for some delicious ‘Chicken Tikka Biryani’ for the last 2-3 days. My friends ordered for their dishes across Continental, Italian and Lebanese cuisines. The table looked like ‘a world on a plate’, with colourful and aromatic food items garnished, and beautifully plated in delicate cutlery. Everyone was satisfied with their choice of food. My Boneless Chicken Biryani was well-cooked; the flavours were just right, neither too strong nor too mild. The chicken was tender, fresh and sumptuously marinated. The Biryani had a smoked flavour, along with an Earthy taste, brushed off the mud pots. The very first spoon managed to impress my taste buds, and within no time, I finished the entire pot of Biryani.
For dessert, we decided to settle on the ‘Death By Chocolate’ Lava Cake. The cake was freshly baked. The fragrance of a freshly baked chocolate cake took me back to the days, when my mother baked chocolate cake at home for me as a child. The spoon easily cut through the crispy outer layer and reached the inner softer part of the cake. Hot chocolate instantly oozed out, and I looked at my friends drooling over that freshly baked chocolate lava cake. The cake quickly disappeared into the mouths of the 4 of us, within a couple of minutes.
I would definitely recommend this place, to all food lovers out there. This is a perfect place to pamper your taste buds, fill your stomach and relax your feet with a fish pedicure!
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