Great Moghul Reviews and Ratings - Kilpauk, Chennai
by Velumani Vm
Went there on sunday and took chicken biryani and mutton samosa for parcel. They have increased the prices. The taste of biryani was ok and not that great, Mutton samosa tasted good.
by Ranjith Kumar
Awesome Biryani, excellent service, super packing. Overall a great experience. Ordered mutton biryani and chicken 65 for a small gathering at home over the phone. They delivered before time in a innovative packing, the food was piping hot. Delicious biryani, not too spicy, not too oily just perfect blend of rice and succulent mutton pieces, same goes with their Chicken 65, well marinated, soft yet crispy. Sweet is on the house along with raitha & brinjal curry.
by Marichand Mahalingam
One of the worst biryanis. I ever had. The rice was so dry and oil doesn't have any taste. Tried both mutton and chicken. This was suggested by a friend. I wanted to taste before ordering it for a party. Thank God. I tried it. Horrible. It cannot be called biryani honestly. So dry no spices raitha does not have curd. It contains only dry cut onions. Brinjal so sour. If you are a biryani lover and if you are looking for good aroma and taste. , This is not for you. I was very disappointed initially as I went all the way from Mogappair to kipluak and could get only one mutton biryani and a couple of chicken packs. Later after tasting it thank God, I did not buy more of mutton. Not even one star for this. Very upset.
by Tanya Boaz
When deciding on food for a small gathering in my family, more often than not its Biryani time! As most biryani lovers would agree, we're very specific on what ticks our boxes. For me, Biryani = Tamil Muslim Biryani or Bai Biryani. None of that delicately flavoured layers of pale rice and meat. I want it all mixed together in full masala , long grained and meaty glory. And that's what we got when we ordered special mutton biryani from Great Moghul. The ratio of mutton to rice was ideal and the meat was tender. The brinjal curry was on point and I don't think you can go very wrong with raita 😁. The only reason I'm not giving a 4 rating was because though the chicken cutlets were tasty they could have been more meaty. But the cherry on top was the Bread halwa. Definitely a sure shot road to a coronary event but Absolutely delish. My fitness enthusiast husband stood in close proximity to the bowl and took a few helpings on the sly. All the food comes conveniently and neatly packed in large insulated cartons. For biryani, chicken cutlets and halwa to serve around 30 ppl it came upto around 7k which in my opinion is a good deal. (They gave us a Kilo of halwa on the house) All you biryani peeps out there should give this a go.
by Kan Do
An old and well established classic takeaway place for some real delicious Chennai style mutton biriyani with that rich buttery rice and soft tender meat. The brinjal curry and raita are also fine.