This restaurant needs a little more attention, not from patrons but from the management. Not that the food is terrible, but something is definitely amiss. They have a lunch buffet here too, but if you don’t mind killing time, go À la carte. A tandoori chicken (half or full) is a decent start. They also have kabab platters here for sharing. For main course, I recommend the bhuna gosht, and jeera aloo with yellow dal. These are paired best with breads – missi roti for one. Get an order of boondi raita on the side. It seems to go well with almost anything.
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