If you want plain simple food at a very cheap price, this is the pace to be. They serve their buffet at 9 euros and it is a decent spread. There USP is the simpleness of their food and that it tastes home cooked. All i can say is that it definitely does not taste like the food that's cooked at my home. It is way to simple for the indian tastes, some of the dishes they select on their menu are just passable. Have not tried the A la carte so cannot comment on that, although i have heard that the paratha and the paneer burji is good. Price wise it is definitely the cheapest, but I never get content eating here. Have a try, you might disagree.
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