This place was expensive (and fancy) by Indian standards - think 100 rupees for plain rice, but the food and service was great. You'll most likely be bought here by your driver if you hired one for the day - the clientele was 100% tourist (myself included) when I visited. It seems that in Agra you can't avoid eating at tourist oriented restaurants as there's no real walking atmosphere and no way to get around the city by yourself, so think of it as a treat until you move onto your next city... (it's still cheap by Western standards!)
I had a set lunch (which the waiter recommended to me as it has what I had already ordered plus more) - I guess you'd call it a thali? Butter chicken (which they made spicy), chicken tikka, paneer curry, mixed veg, butter naan, rice and daal cost 550 rupees (plus taxes and tip).
What I liked best is that they will not patronise you by assuming that because you're Caucasian you can't handle spicy food (for those who can't, don't worry - they will ask you how you like it first). They'll also make recommendations if you ask rather than just saying "everything is good" - when menus are so extensive it's good to know what the chef does best! The restaurant and bathroom is very clean and there's a sitar player at the front.
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