In my quest to identify the food jewels of Delhi, visited this outlet. It has been rated high on the Internet and I was satisfied to see that the place matches the rating. Very authentic, very Afghan - surrounded by Afghan patrons, servers, decor and a TV showing an Afghan channel. The setting is complete, they have an impressive menu. I ordered for qubuli uzbaki and a glass of dogh. Qubuli uzbaki is a rice dish akin to our pulao with a liberal accompaniment of afghani bread + eggplant / baigan subji + kidney beans /rajma. The rice is liberally dosed with raisins and succulent mutton pieces. To wash it down the throat is cool dogh which is very similar to our chacch / buttermilk, lightly salted and flavored with mint and cucumber bits. Overall it was a nice experience, however, I could not complete the meal since it was a large serving and secondly, I am used to spiced food with an aroma. I believe that Afghan food is cooked according to regional requirements, hence, it was nourishing but bland for Indian palate. Would surely be going for the second time to try chopan kebab, which is their another speciality. The place is ordinarily decorated and this is not a high-end restaurant. Reasonable price.