Nice Masaledar food!



Hawa ke saath-saath Ghata ke sang-sang in the background, usage of marble, wood, bamboo and rope to build the furniture; tiled roof; heavy brass utensils; old types pickle jars, wood fired water heaters; paintings, posters and pictures of gone era actors/actresses and much more.

If you can imagine how a village home of a young Eastman color movie buff would have looked… because, that is the theme of this place!

Movie inspired menu with sections like All time hits, Supported by, Happy ending etc. Basically A L Carte veg and non-veg preparation.



Tarkari kadhai: It was thick, brown in color, onion based gravy preparation having chunks of capsicum, bell pepper, baby-corn, carrots, peas etc. Little oily but tasteful with nice balance of spices. Good!


Onion Kulcha: It was stuffed with red masala having spicy chopped onions. Served hot. Nice!


Roti: Made from wheat flour. Little fluffy, soft and hot!


Dal Tadka: Thick yellow dal toped up with Tadka and garnished with chopped coriander. Good!


Rice: Long grain, with aroma, loose, absolutely white. Great!


Papad: Udad, good quality!


Butter milk: Thick, medium sour buttermilk with cumin, ginger, finely chopped coriander stems,


Sliced onions which were served as salad (complimentary) were of very good quality and fresh.


Overall: Nice dining experience!



Ambiance: 3.5
Food taste: 3.5
Food quality: 3.5
Service: 4

Value for money: 3.5
Overall: 3.5 to 4.0



Caution! Portion sizes are relatively bigger.

Don’t put onion on brass plate and add lemon juice over it. It will damage it. They provide separate steel plate for same.