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Decent Thali!

Located Opp Rajpath Club on S G Highway; this place serves decent Thali!
Ambiance-
Big dining hall with wooden furniture, stone tabletops, bright illumination. On the walls…big mirrors, paintings, wood craft (read Nakkashi). Matching sealing with crafted and painted POP… attempt to give a royal look. Nice ambiance!
Menu- Thali
Tried- Thali
Stainless steel heavy thali and bowls.
Quick service.
Dal: Yellow dal with sweetness
Kadhi: Sweet sour
Paneer kadhai: Low on spices
Chana: Slimy gravy, touch of sweetness
Batata masala: Thick orange gravy, decent preparation with spices and touch of sweetness.
Talduleene bhaji with Vadi: Semi dry, little bitter and spicy, tasteful.
Dal Bati: Fried dal near authentic Rajasthani preparation!
Dhokla: Resembled Rava idly. Tasty!
Samaosa: Patti samosa, fried peas paste filling with touch of sweetness and spices.
Papad
Dosa: with potato peas filling served with chutney (south Indian had was visible)
Warm Puri, lukewarm Roti, Bhakhri (which was ghee drenched)
Khichdi: Served with granular ghee
Plain rice
Chach (buttermilk)
Pickles-Chutnies
Salad
Moong Halwa: Preparation in ghee, garnished with cashew nuts. Tasteful!
Rabdi: Very sweet and freely flowing!
Overall tasteful food with touch of sweetness in majority of items served.
Summary –
Ambiance: 3.5
Taste: 3.5
Food quality: 4
Service: 4
Value for money: 4
Overall: 3.5 to 4.0
Worth mentioning:
A rustic patron talking very loud on mobile phone (nearly 15-20 minutes)… even his own kid as well as staff could not resist … “laughing at”!!!
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