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A quite popular restaurant chain in the country, Rajdhani Thali focuses mostly on Rajasthani and Gujarati thalis. And for those who are looking to try something new and exciting, this is exactly where you need to be. They are known for serving authentic Rajasthani and Gujarati thalis. The place boasts of its exclusive cutlery and plush interiors. There is a Jain option available as well. On Wednesdays, these thalis are on offer, which is a steal deal for those who have a big appetite but also want to watch their wallet. From dhokla, dal baati churma, to colourful chutney, pulao and desserts Rajdhani Thali is a wholesome meal in itself.
We visited the Khandani Rajdhani Thali in Central Mall in JP Nagar last Sunday to savour a Rajasthani meal served in their traditional style by the waiters dressed in white kurtas and red turbans. Being a Sunday lunch all the tables were occupied and we had to wait a while before we could get one. It is better to reserve a table before going. Our empty shining stainless steel platter with about 10 small katoris (bowls) were laid out neatly on the tables waiting to be filled one by one. First they served a few chutneys, pickles, followed by salad, a couple of heart shaped vegetable cutlets, and a sandwich dhokla. This was followed by dal bati churma, gatte ki sabji, paneer masala and aloo peas, as the vegetable dishes, accompanied by phulkas, parathas and puris as per your choice. This was followed by three sweet dishes, gajjar halwa with gulab jamun, moong dal halwa, and ghevar topped with rabdi. Then they served three types of dal with khichdi, pulao or plain rice and curds. There was a glass of chaas too, and a choice of an extra drink; sweet lassi, mango lassi, jal-jeera or lemon sherbet which was chargeable. The service was good and prompt, but the water for hand-wash, which they brought around in a brass jug with a brass basin, was cold. The thali is priced quite high but we found out later that they offer the same thali at almost half the rate on Tuesdays. The dhokla and some sweet dal gave the vegetarian Rajasthani meal a Gujarati twist. The dishes were sprinkled with dollops of ghee. We quite enjoyed the taste of all the dishes, which were not very spicy. At the end of it all we were so full that we could hardly get out of our chairs.
A famous chain of restaurant you would have seen in all parts of this country, they have always been able to maintain their authenticity. They have a full course meal, a huge thali with all Rajasthani cuisines like dal baati churma, gatte ki sabzi, kadhi, etc. You are gonna enjoy the variety. The quantity is much.The dhokla was proper Gujarati style khatta dhokla.The samosa was great, the stuffing properly made with masalas.The potato salad was great too. All their chutneys were good. Coming to the main course, the Paneer masala was also good. Dal bhati churma was also great. Fried bhindi was well made but the addition of potato was confusing. The moong dal sabji was amazing. It was light, savoury, and gave a homely feeling. The kadhi was fantastic. It was adequately sour and texture was very consistent. The spicy tur dal was great and gave a very homely feeling. The phulkas & Thali was great. The puri was ok, not that soft. The puran poli was prepared in Gujarati style.The bajra ka rotla was average, not very authentic. Must visit and must experience. I am a FAN of spicy food. This place is not for people like me. Their spread of menu is very good. A must visit restaurant for all Vegetarians. Quality of food is very good.
Located in the central mall, this famous chain of restaurants offers unlimited thali. The menu is from famous Gujarati and Rajasthani varieties. Variety of rotis are served. Service is rather quick and done wth a smile. Food is fresh and tasty. A delight of vegetarian food lovers. Seating is a bit congested and due to waiting customers, you may find leisure eating not favoured. Go on a workIng day if you want to eat leisurely. Avoid weekends.
For the foodies. Those like me who eat less, it’s a waste of money. It’s touted as an authentic Rajasthani food joint but to me it seemed more like a mix of Rajasthani and Gujarati type of cooking. The ambience is good though a little too drab and not at all as colorful as Rajasthani place should be or could be. The staff is smilingly courteous. Spacious seating. For NON-FOODIES, a one visit is recommended to ch cL it out.
Simply put this restaurant guarantees you a fine, heavy and delicious food. A full platter of delicacies topped with very good ambience and service. The staff are very friendly and provide you with the needful whenever required. The thali is a combination of delicious dishes that are cooked to perfection. The different dishes are unique in taste and presentation.