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This place is known for its non-discriminating thali – everyone eats the same thing. It is sometimes a hit or a miss, like most restaurants, but you can even consider making a meal out of the chaats that are served here. In the regular thali, the meal usually comprises a few starters such as a vegetable kabab or a samosa, and then moves on to the main course that includes a dal, a vegetable, and a curry. Pair that with a roti, paratha, or rice.
Go to The Great Indian Thali. The agony starts with bad smell and ignorance. Their service is slower than even Fine dining restaurants. After a lot of goading they laid down the Thalis. Then they served 2 starters after 15 minutes and then disappeared. 15 minutes later they appear and ask what more do they serve..... I asked back what exactly have they served. Food Taste is average. Service is pathetic and they make you take long involuntary food breaks. Quite unlike what you would expect at a Thali restaurant. And that too in a very less crowded restaurant. Pictures I have attached are taken 15 minutes apart on my Thali.
Amazing family restaurant for an all-vegetarian buffet. Slightly on the expensive side, this buffet has fast service and some pretty delicious food. It's usually crowded on weekends, so be ready to wait. Even tried their swiggy option for a boxed meal plan, which is good.
Had lunch with my wife and daughter yesterday. Pretty quiet when we went by 1 PM. Service was quick and excellent. The staff kept appearing at the table on their own to see if we required anything. For starters we had soft, succulent paneer that was mildly spicy, dahi kababs and Kachoris. Green Chutney and the sweet tangy tamarind chutney to go with the starters The main course had Channa, Dal Makhani, Baingan Bharta, Mutter Paneer and a mixed vegetable curry Bhatura, Rotis and Butter Kulchas to go with the vegetables. 4 sweets including Srikand. Very reasonably priced for the quality of food and service. Would definitely love to go back again.
Well made a choice to go there on New Year ! There was premium price due to New Year ! But the taste left us wondering if it was really worth ruining our appetite !! I have been to many Thali restaurants but this left a very bad taste which will linger for long !! Better to avoid - Please do visit if you want to have a taste of bad food , this will help you appreciate the other restaurants :)
We made a bad choice by wanting to to this place on Fathers day. I would recommend to avoid this place for the following reasons:- 1) No courtesy towards customers - they were not interested in making customers feel good. Two families walked out of the restaurant that afternoon 2) Lethargic service - The pace of serving the thali items were so slow that we thought we would be there till dinner time. 3) Absense of an accountable person who can take feedback and ensure service is given properly 4) Food was good no doubt but the experience is what matters in total. This was easily my worst experiences in a restaurant in Bangalore. 5) Lack of experienced staff
Well, this restaurant has gone ahead and done it. ‘The Great Indian Thali’ has simplified the process of serving North Indian cuisine minus the headache and assortments. The restaurant is situated at Koramangala at South Bengaluru bringing forth to its customers a hassle free concept of thalis. Simply yet smartly designed The Great Indian Thali resembles any well-furnished restaurant you visit in Bengaluru suburbs. In a contemporary way the management has used the space well leaving enough room to move around and rest is taken up by very stylish furniture. At daytime the restaurant gets flooded in by abundant sunlight but evenings are livelier. Dinner time witnesses a loyal rush of patrons visiting to savour the delicacies put forth by the chef. The modern architecture is enhanced by clever use of lighting that highlights all the good parts. Tables are created for large families to sit down and eat the lavish spread.
The concept of thalis is as old as the Indian culture. In several parts of this country thalis are presented to the guests as a symbol of status and hospitality. The more lavish the spread, the more the respect and wealth. Keeping up with the tradition The Great Indian Thali offers its patrons exhaustive display of dishes on one platter. Be prepared to receive a humongous size of plate loaded with various curries, dal, chutney, raitas, desserts, accompaniments and vegetables. Along with them you will be served more than a few Indian flat breads and several preparations of rice. Starters like tandoori pineapple, veg kebab, pyaz ki kachori, aloo mutter samosa, kachumber salad and lacha salad will be presented to you. Impressive dishes features in the mains section such as, capsicum paneer, aloo tamater, karela fry, veg korma, dal fry, shahi paneer, lauki mutter, deewani handi and methi chaman.
Pair the mains with assorted flatbreads and rice for a truly satisfying meal. Delicious sweets acts as the final course of meal where you can savour rasgulla, gulab jamun, shrikhand and Makai ka halwa. The food is cooked with finesse and balance of spices wins you through. The display of chaat is wide enough to tempt you into making it a full-fledged meal. All you need with it is a refreshing drink like virgin pinacolada, buttermilk, jaljeera, blue sky, iced tea and virgin mojito. Quite reasonable and pocket friendly you can easily afford to treat your friends here.