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Brave the waiting lines at this busy, but a really quaint restaurant. Set in Achrol House is an old world charm set up, with a large compound (which I am guessing has outdoor dining when the weather permits), where live performances of Rajasthani traditional forms takes place. The restaurant is quite large and can seat quite a few people, but be prepared for long waiting lines. There is a little café attached to the restaurant where you can spend time till your name is called, but do be prepared for at least a 20-minute wait. The service is old world – a little brusque but on point. The menu offers North Indian and Chinese, but what you should zero in on is the Rajasthani section of the menu. It was the 'Laal Maas' that I was looking forward to and was told quite sternly that it would be spicy and that nothing can be done to alter levels. I still ventured ahead and paired that with some 'Butter Tandoori Roti'. The meat was tender, to the point of falling of the bone, the gravy under a layer of oil, but the dish was so completely worth the indulgence. Ordered 'Basmati Rice' to mop up as much of the gravy as possible. As a side to this meal, we also had another regional speciality, the 'Papad Mangori' – A gravy, with soaked papad and crispy gatte. Wash this meal down with a 'Lassi' and you can burp happily all the way home. The 'Kulfi' to end on is just what you need after a decadent meal.