Decided to try this vegetarian restaurant with an extensive menu - but instead of visiting it we decided to order it.
We had heard a lot about it and so many of their dishes were recommended to us as a must try.
We avoided all of them and decided to have a simple basic dishes - dahi kadhi, baingan masala fry and chapatis.
The kadhi had kokum to provide extra sourness to it and the kadhi was garnished with too much of mustard and kadhi patta leaves. It also contained garlic!
Baingan masala fry was well fried and very oily - and hardly we could find any baingan in it. It was more of masala which was well fried in oil.
Chapati was just like home made - very well rolled and soft.
Serving size is good enough to be shared. Cost wise we will place it in the lower middle segment. We feel if they do improve their food quality, they can be easily get on to the top.
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