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This place known for its lavish Bohri thaals, is located in a plush apartment and the interiors are modern and the ambience, pleasant. The seating is comfortable and well-spaced out. There is a private dining area too. There is no fixed menu, as the offerings change daily. This place offers customised Thaals too upon prior orders. The helpings are generous and even finishing the single portion Thaal is an arduous task. They encourage people to eat from the traditional Thaal, especially when in a large group. For individual diners, the food is placed in a Thaal, but one can serve oneself and eat in a separate plate. The food is hearty, but not rich or greasy. The 'Baida Roti' is generously stuffed and the filling, well-spiced. The slow-cooked chicken wrapped in a creamy cashew nut, spicy gravy and baked in a foil, boasts of outstanding flavours and textures. The 'Caramel Custard' disappoints, as the texture is overly creamy. This place serves no alcohol. The service staff is articulate, polite and efficient. Vegetarians should steer clear from this place.