Desi Rasoi offers its diners two forms of meals at all times. You can opt for the buffet or decide to go a la carte. I scanned the buffet and found that it had most of the usual suspects in the form a soup, two kinds of starters, rotis with a selection of 3-4 side dishes and some rice, followed by some desserts. Works very well for corporate groups and kitty parties which seem to be frequent here. We opted to go the a la carte way and order some butter naans and some plain rotis. The restaurant is very generous with their butter and if you like that, you will love the naans. We had a paneer tikka masala and a dum aloo to go with it. While the Paneer Tikka was good without being great. We also ordered their Rajasthani thali which comes with the works – dal bhaati choorma, rice, rotis, sabzis and the like. Their a la carte can take a while in coming and so check on waiting time when you place your order, especially for the thalis.