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Serving authentic Mughlai cuisine this restaurant will take you back to the Mughal era. The vibrant décor is quite inviting and they are known for their flavours and quality. To satisfy your cravings one can order 'Masala Papad', 'Hara Bhara Kabab' and 'Murgh Kalmi Kabab' which is also a Chef speciality. For the main course, 'Paneer Lababdar' and the well-spiced Biryani are great options. 'Murgh Rara' is another flavoursome dish for the non-vegetarians.
The place is right on outer ring road and with ample parking space. My overall experience is mixed. Starting from the entry. We went there on a Sat evening and the restaurant was empty but still the person at the entry was insisting on my name and contact no. Dont know why. The ambience is awesome and you tend to feel that you have been transported to Mugal era. The seating is comfortable. The menu is extensive and much good variety. However other than one or two all are super spicy. Me and my family could not handle their medium spicy food too. It was a let down. I felt the food is prepared with a focus to hide the actual taste and numb the taste bud with chilli. Its let down... paying premium price getting food equivalent to a local Andhra restaurant. Mughals are from north eastern and middle east. Their food is not spicy and so is punjabi food. Beware if you are sensitive to spice
Random lunch outing with colleagues ends up nicely. A place with a nice ambiance and good food is what we all want. Jalsa for sure is one such place. It's a mughlai restaurant with both the options of veg and non-veg. We liked all what we had but two dishes really stand out (daal tadka and chicken patiala).
The place is great, differ kind including the sitting arrangement, feels like you are at a Mughal Darbar. The Service is great, feels like you are getting special attentions. But one of dish served as Mutton believe to be sheep meet, other wise great.
I felt like I was transported back to ancient India/Persia (as I imagine it in my minds eye). Great food, was fun to wear the colourful turbans at the tables, great ambience and good service.
Jalsa is a nicely decorated themed restaurant where you can enjoy good Mughal food and ambience. They provide you with Mughal robes and turban, a Talwar as well, so you can some fun with family and friends! Food is good but service time can be a little better. Staff is courteous and prompt. Overall a nice place!
Mughlai food has a great hold over the gastronomy throughout the country. Every curry house features not only the delights of North Indian cuisine but this food of the Mughal royalty that has made an irrefutable place in the heart of gastronomes. Indian cuisine staple, kebabs, are the gift of Mughal era to us following it with classic meat recipes that we are completely in love with. Although many restaurants focuses on both North Indian and Mughlai cuisines, there are few who dedicate their time exclusively towards Mughlai fare. ‘Jalsa’ is one of them. The restaurant is a well-known name amongst the foodies of Bengaluru. With its spicy rich menu, Jalsa manages to create a firm hold for itself among other curry houses. Explore its culinary pleasures at 25, Outer Ring Road, Doddanekkundi, Marathahalli, Bengaluru.
Jalsa’s menu is exhaustively lengthy starting with a vast array of appetizers you can make a complete meal of. This restaurant is a carnivorous heaven. So many meat & chicken recipes features on the menu. If you want to taste little bit of everything, better go for Jalsa’s generous buffets. They allow you a lot of variety on your plate for a fixed price. Pick something boozy off their bar menu to complement your meal or stick with a refreshing Indian cooler. Start tucking into, murgh malmali kabab, malai soya chaap, gosht raan-e-Jalsa, dahi ke kabab, jhinga balai ka and barra kabab. Opt for a peshawari kulcha or any flatbread of your choice to mop up the curries. Macchi tikka masala, gosht nehari, paneer begam bahar, murgh patiyala, gosht handi korma, kaju mutter makhana, jhinga goal mirch and murgh mussalam, would be best picks.
What is a Mughlai menu without a rich dessert section? Mughals were known for their huge sweet tooth and often cooked up nuts-heavy creamy desserts to end their equally opulent meal. At Jalsa, feast on sweet concoctions like, shahi tukda, rasmalai, lychee ki tehri, badam ki moti, kesar kulfi, rabdi malpua and gajar ka halwa. The word ‘Jalsa’ means celebration or a party in Urdu. The restaurant brings the same grandeur of a Mughal celebration through it’s vibrant décor. Gilded scalloped arches, bright jewel toned furnishings, a striking vintage chandelier and sheer gauzy curtains sectioning off the dining room from private alcoves, sums up the outstanding décor of Jalsa. It’s a great option for a special occasion. Book a table through EazyDiner to bag an assured table.