Decent vegetarian food at relatively premium rates!
Parking at front on roadside for about 10 to 12 cars. The cars parked indicates about the clientele of this place.
About 20 tables nearly equally distributed in 2 levels. Huge glass front allowing lots of natural light during day time. With white color on the wall, wood brown and light olive green theme on furniture as well as on floor.
It was 1:30, PM, lunch time; lively and bustling atmosphere without any waiting time. Family oriented environment with focus on eating along with chit chat. Overall decent ambiance for dinning (little noisy though).
Wheat Roti & Nan: It was with black linseed and not nigella seeds. Roti had higher wheat content though I felt it was not 100% whole wheat flour. Both were soft and served hot. OK!
Spicy Veg Kadhai: Majority content was of capsicum, carrot, peas and beans in brown-yellow thick mildly spicy gravy. The cottage cheese used was soft and creamy. Little crunch of veggies were delightful.
Dal Tadka: Appeared blend of 2 yellow lentil types. Thick, mildly spicy. Nice!
Jeera Rice: Rise was loose and not sticky, lots of cumin seeds, coriander and usage of generous amount of butter. Little high on salt though. Decent!
Overall…the taste of food was good. The portion sizes were apt for two people (who love to eat). In my view it was little overpriced.
Food taste: 3.5
Food quality: 3.5
Value for money: 3.5
Dirt on pickle spoon (see picture)
Could see Continental and a few Mexican preparations as well but did not try (though noticed that people around were ordering)