Nice Masaledar food!

 

Ambiance-

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!
Menu-

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

 

Tried-

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!

 

Summary

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

Value for money: 3.5
Overall: 3.5 to 4.0

 

Tips:

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.

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