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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’s 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.
The beauty of feasting on a thali is that on one plate you can have everything from starters to mains to desserts, that too for a reasonable price. Thali is a popular old concept of an Indian household, where a guest was served a variety of dishes on one plate. The bigger the thali is, the more the variety. The number of dishes were a way to estimate the wealth and hospitality of a host, hence the concept of thali. Many Indian restaurants still dedicate a section to thali in their menus so a diner can enjoy an array of dishes on one single platter. A thali is like a mini individual buffet. Taking this concept forward is Mumbai’s ‘Rajdhani Thali Restaurant’, whose entire menu revolves around serving a variety of thalis to their diners.
Located on the 3rd Floor of R City Mall, LBS Marg, Ghatkopar West, Rajdhani Thali Restaurant is the city’s finest vegetarian restaurant. Their fascination for authentic Gujarati and Rajasthani cuisine is captured beautifully through vast thalis. The idea is to encourage diners to eat as much as they want for a fixed price. The scrumptious regional fare of Rajasthan and Gujarat draws many families regularly to the restaurant. Menu changes daily so no two visit will be same. We suggest go with a ravenous appetite. The portions are small but variety is immense. No alcohol is served at Rajdhani Thai Restaurant. Savour the beverage accompanied with your thali. Start with, dhokla, kachori, dahi vada, dudhi muthiya, bharmi kachori, before moving onto the mains like, achari paneer, dal baati churma, val dal tikhi, fruit dal dhokli, surti undhiyu and pyaaz pakoda kadhi.
Snag a methi missi paratha or bajra rotla to polish off the curries. An assortment of chutneys gives an extra edge to your meal, which we love. While you sip on a masala chaas, consider your sweets options displayed on your thali. The restaurant pampers your sweet tooth with, anjeer halwa, gulabi malpua with rabdi, shahi tukda and gulab jamun. Thalis are moderately priced, another boon of dining at Rajdhani Thali Restaurant. This is no tablecloth kind of establishment. They try to keep their crowd moving so service is prompt. Décor is modern yet casual. A spacious dining room doesn’t make you feel closed in. Earthy wooden tones gives a sense of welcome. They are busy all the time, book ahead.