The first thing I noticed about this restaurant, apart from its décor, is the buffet pricing through the week. They have got approximately 11 different price brackets, depending on the day or night of the week, and weekends. During these times, it is best to stick to À la carte. The menu is mostly Indian here, so very few strange surprises. Simple rules apply here: stick to the familiar dishes. Therefore, kababs and grills are your best bet, or something like a masala papad to begin with. The bar menu has quite a few options, but it appears that beer is the most popular drink. And if you must eat dessert, try the jalebi with rabdi or the matka kulfi.
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