This is a good restaurant in Agra's busiest hotel district. It is crammed with locals and the food is very good ---similar to the good restaurants you might find in the major metropolitan areas.
Now for the downside. The restaurant charges tourists twice what they charge the locals.
There are two menus at the front, one with prices 2x those on the other. They size you up before deciding which one to give you.
I discovered this scam because I am Indian and my wife is German, so probably some waiter got confused about which "category" we fell in. After we had our main courses, I asked for the menu again to order a dessert and the waiter (different from our main waiter) gave me the "wrong" menu by mistake.
Seeing the half prices, I asked the Indian family at the next table ((in Hindi of course) if I could look at the menu they had been given, and sure enough the prices there were half too!
I called the manager who apologized profusely and said I had been given an "old menu" by mistake and reduced my entire bill to half (from about $70 to $35). This is bull of course because the Indian family at the next table was ordering from the half-off menu as well. Also inflation in India is modest and the restaurant is anyway fairly new.
So watch out. If $70 seems like a fair price for a meal (for 3) ---not too different from what you would pay for similar food in New York---then eat here by all means. But be aware that the Indians at the next table will pay half.
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