We went there to have Rajasthani food but except Daal-baati and Churma there is no Rajasthani item on the menu. The restaurant serves a-la carte Punjabi and Chinese dishes on second floor and on first floor fixed menu Gujarati Thali s served for which restaurant is famous.
We tried Daal-bati and it was worth it. Daal-bati is served with garlic chutney, butter milk and a papad. The portion was enough for two people with medium appetite considering the daal-bati is prepared using lot of 'Ghee'. The taste was authentic and the garlic 'chutney' was a bonus in the taste.
Good to visit for value for money Daal-bati.
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