The food is a little bit on the spicier side, especially the thali. However the quality and taste of the food was ok but nothing great or authentic. Also the thali doesn't come with steamed rice (unlike in India) and is just a bunch of spicy curries, pulao and dessert. The service and ambience was good and we had a pleasant conversation with the owner.
Overall, it wasn't worth the drive for us.
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