Saturday, 11 March 2017

Smashing Food At Smaaash!

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Earlier last month, while on a shopping spree at Mall of India, Noida, I discovered this gem of a place that is Smaaash. It is a gamer's paradise that also incorporates a food space by the name of Mighty Small into itself, which is based on a vibrant carnival theme.

The games at Smaaash are categorised into Arcade, Virtual Reality, and games that require physical participation. From Cricket to Bowling to Walk The Plank to Roller Coaster Rides to Motor Racing to Football, there's something or the other at Smaaash that would appeal to gaming enthusiasts.

The Mighty Small Cafe area has been separated from the gaming area by the means of a ramp inside the premises. That way, it also acts as a private area for parties and gatherings. Being a family place, Smaaash acts like the perfect day-long picnic, for it has been optimised to cater to fun, play, and food. We were here during the day and also witnessed a kid's birthday bash being catered to, quite efficiently. Our meal, was also, needless to say, an amalgamation of excellently presented dishes and an attempt at most of the games hosted at Smaaash.

Here's the low-down on the food we tried. 


Roasted Tomato and Basil, served with garlic croutons.

Sweet Corn Chicken was an extravaganza of corn and chicken, flavorful on the palate.


Smaaash Nachos are a signature dish, as is evident from the nomenclature. These were loaded with melted cheese, salsa, and olives.

Basil Stir Fry Fish had a characteristic smoked flavour to it, thanks to the way it was prepared.

Dahi Ke Kebab, a classic that has to be done right, without fail. This one was tangy and melt-in-mouth.

Veggie Lover Pizza was a pleasant combination of corn, mushroom, and bell pepper.

Veg Platter & Non-Veg Platter both consisted of Chef Kartikey's choicest preparations and the presentation was a visual treat.


Lemon and Mint Iced Tea, Passion Fruit Iced Tea, and Pomegranate and Peach Iced Tea each had their characteristic flavours owing to respective ingredients.

Baby Split Shake & Throw In Smoothie packed a punch with banana, strawberry, and chocolate chips.

Main Course:

Fried Rice was classically prepared and humbly presented.

Chicken Tikka Masala was an authentic Indian gravy with boneless chicken chunks.

Grilled Fish was a stand-out preparation for which Chef Kartikey himself explained the methodology of smoking it in butter.


Ice-Cream Soda Float

Smaaash Noida, in a nutshell, is a one-stop-eatery for a day out with family or friends as the case may be as it is a place that would appeal to everyone, age-no-bar, thanks to its fool-proof combination of fun and food, wherein both the aspects are flawlessly catered to. :)

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