Wild Dining is housed in an almost vacant Shopping Center. However, that should not be a deterrent. Step inside and it is a completely different world. The entire place is quite dimly lit but there is enough light focused on your table so you get to know what are you eating. While were seated, once they had this run of jungle sounds from across the area, quite interesting.
The service is quite prompt with different people whisking by your table getting a variety of starters. The chinese variants in chicken were a delight as was fish koliwada. They did serve a kebab and chicken tangdi but somehow i was hooked to the chinese starters. The veg variety was quite good too ranging from cheese tikki, roasted corn, paneer tikka etc.
From what we read about the highly rated Nachos, they were a let down for both me and my wife. Pasta wasn't great either.
The main course was very traditional and suited our tastebuds to the core. Among veg, we had dal makhani, paneer subzi, sarson ka saag. Chicken curry, mutton sukka and fish chilly in the non veg spread. The mutton was succulent and took my breath away when i had it with makai ki roti. Had a bigger tummy, i probably would have downed another couple of rotis. While the biryani was quite tempting, a full stomach stopped me from moving in that direction.
We kept it simple in the dessert section by making a generous helping of the orange souffle and ice creams. However, gulab jamuns and the mango cake were good too.
I was quite impressed with the service as everyone was willing to help. If you did not sopt your steward, you could approach anyone for another helping of any foodstuff you may want.
Wild Dining certainly receives a thumbs up from me. However, food and service remained the highlight for me.