Cafe Noorani is very popular for biryani and kebabs but honestly the biryani is average. Banjara and Kali Mirch Kebab are to die for. Well-barbequed and juicy and flavour-packed.
Try the Nargis Kofta, Patiala Chicken or one of the Mutton specials with their cheese garlic Naan. The service is fast and attentive. The recommendations by the staff are accurate and the pricing makes it a budget place. The food is worth the price, the Ambience is ordinary and overall decent. Wish to see more people flock here.
Had asked for mutton kadai...these cheats brought the dish with 1 piece of mutton and 2 pieces of chicken loaded with thick gravy...they thought people are fools who would not come to know the difference between mutton and chicken....crooks to the core!! Avoid it...were unapologetic when they were caught...happened last week in their AC restaurant.
I frequent this restaurant for its tandoori .They serve the best Tandoori chicken and fish .Caramel custard is to die for.Their kebabs are good, butter chicked and naan are finger licking,They serve king size portions.The cafe is partly air conditioned and boasts of patronage by well known personalities. It also offers home delivery all over South Mumbai. If you're in Mumbai for a visit, Noorani is a must-eat-at place.
Noorani was an once a week or more place for me for nearly a decade... Despite being an eggetarian. (this is the restaurant i credit with giving me and through me my friends the venerable EFR, and its combination with indian gravies). Infact it was the only Muslim Food joints that was regularly visited by vegetarians.... and deservedly so.....ideal location, great reasonably priced food, great rolls which would be kept ready to pick up as you finished your late night or even between hopping of clubs, lots of vegetarian options, Home Delivery. What made this disctinction even more special was that it was the first among equals (shalimar, delhi darbar, persian darbar being the others). Then suddenly for no apparent reason the vegetarian recipes were changed, and they digressed from their regular gravies (which were the same for non-veg and vegetarians) to a more mainstream Shetty Punjabi like taste ...for sometime even eggs left the roomali roti (blasphemy though the eggs are back and the roomalis are as soft as ever). And probably in the interest of maintaining theyre own high standards the paneer dishes are now Rs200 each. And the late night factor has expired like the rest of mumbais night life.. Yes the venerable EFR is as good as ever, the caramel custard and rumali rotis are as soft as ever... But...The Writing is On the Wall.. Noorani isnt what is was once for the vegetarian/eggetarians of South Mumbai and probably never will be again.. A combination of ifs.., buts.... and Ands has ensured that. Its 750 for 2 eggetarians.
Ambiance is not that great,but their briyani,non veg starters and my most favourite caramel custard is to die for..Mouth watering food... Must try ! Been there a couple of times..and will continue to go there..
Needless to say i am a regular visitor to this restaurant, love the rotis served there, will never get them, anywhere in mumbai.. The green chicken, red chicken, afghani ... prawns everything is the best. For me any occassion i prefer celebrating it at Noorani, cos im crazy for the food. They are just he best.