After hearing about this restaurant, was expecting a true representation of vegetarian food of India but was left quite disappointed. The meal was disproportionately heavy towards legumes, cereals and carbs and hardly had any real vegetables. All the dishes consisted of heavy gravies or curries with overpowering richness and there was no dish really that provided a relief from this. The raita was overly sweet and no other sides of a fresh salad or even a buttermilk to counter the richness of the meal. The emphasis was clearly on food from the North and does not have any representation from the region the hotel is located in. The chef did however mention that there are some plans to introduce some royal dishes from the South.
On the positive side, the service was impeccable and unlike a regular thali where all the dishes are served at once and can sometimes be confusing, there were only two dishes presented with each bread/rice which is a great idea. The rotis were excellent and unusual from the regular ones you may have tried elsewhere. They were also extremely helpful and accommodating with the dietary preferences at our table.
All in all, if you are in the mood for some rich vegetarian food from Northern India and don't care about the amount of calories in each dish, this is the place for you! If they manage to balance out some of the dishes with more vegetable-based ones and make it a more wholesome meal, it is a great place to entertain guests if budgets are not a constraint.