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This restaurant has been around for a while now. The food has remained constantly good for North Indian fare, though diners from the region may not completely agree with some of the flavours. Nevertheless, if you are looking to explore, then perhaps you could make a start with the 'Chicken Golgappa', which is exactly what the name says and is quite interesting. Having just got back from Amritsar, the 'Tamatar Vadi Ka Shorba' with 'Amritsari Vadi' rang some good notes with me. The 'Amritsari Fish Fry' brings Punjab to your plate. And if you are a group of people then the 'Kebab Press' with a dozen pieces of different kebabs is what you should order. For the main course, the 'Banarasi Khaas Aloo' in its tangy gravy is a good pick. For Paneer lovers, the 'Baadshahi Paneer Rubiyan' will work well. For the meat lovers, there is the 'Cooker Mein Kukkad', no marks for guessing, in a pressure cooker. Dilliwale might take to the NDMC, New Delhi 'Makhani Chicken' and of course there is a gorgeous 'Nalli Nihari' as well. I personally like the 'Laal Maas' here. Among the desserts, the 'Raj Gajrela Potli', a very rich 'Carrot Halwa' is a good pick. The 'Dilli Wali Fruit Cream' is a good option too. The restaurant does not serve alcohol.