More or less stuck between two stools, it is not one of the original oldies in Connaught Place, nor is it brand new: what you get is threadbare carpets and staff who will jump to attention if you are a regular. However, patronized as it is by a set who gathers there every single day, it has its own takers. The menu is vast and harks back to the Chinese-Continental-Mughlai heyday. The best time to visit is at tea-time when snacks and coffee are available. Their tomato pakora is an original here: melting and tart inside and crunchy outside. Their tomato fish also has its fans.
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