Nice vegetarian option serving tasteful preparations from different cuisines!!!

Walked in at about 9 PM on a weekday. The place was already bustling yet there were a few tables available.

Relatively noisy environment with closely spaced seating arrangement and small table sizes. While handling your knife n fork you need to be careful not to prick someone sitting next to you (low elbow room). Nicely illuminated “busy” dining environment.

Menu has Indian, Indian Chinese and Italian preparations. The portion sizes are decently big.

Tried:

Karari Rumali- Crisp and thin in shape of a wok. Sprinkled with red-spicy-hot masala and glazed with ghee (read generously splashed). Garnished with coriander and served with green chutney. Innovative and tasteful!

Bruschetta with Tomatoes & Mozzarella- Bread with diced tomatoes, olives, bell pepper and cheese topping; some herbs as well. Backed and served lukewarm. Breads were soggy. Average and can be better!

Ravioli in White Sauce- Absolutely mellow ravioli with cottage cheese spinach stuffing; topped up with herby four cheese sauce; Served with a longish slice of garlic bread. Herby, creamy and cheesy preparation. Very good!

Pasta in red cheesy sauce- Spaghetti with appropriate hardness mixed and stirred (not topped up) with sauce in orange color. Sauce was little tangy, spicy and bit cheesy as well. Nice!

Overall…no regrets; it was good food at decent cost!

Summary-
Ambiance: 4
Food taste: 4
Food quality: 4
Service: 4
Value for money: 4
Overall: 4

Worth mentioning…
They have two Menus the other one has different and additional preparations. Watch out!
Giant Puris / Bhaturas are worth mentioning (don’t go by the picture in the menu because in reality they are huge!).
I think Baroda outlet of chain serves non veg stuff as well.

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