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Friday, 15 December 2017

Vegetarian Thali At Rajdhani R City Mumbai | Food Review | Happy Birthday To Me


Was here for my birthday lunch with family mainly because I had plans of meeting with my friends in evening at some hip party place but my parents wanted a simple family lunch, nothing much fancy, just good food and Rajdhani can always be relied upon to do that :) It is a simple, clean, elegant place with delicious Indian Gujarati/Rajasthani food, and on tuesdays it is half price thalis, so yay :D


We were welcomed in nice Indian way with small chandan tilak on our forehead and a piece of laddoo (Indian tradition of welcoming people with a thaali full of flowers, tilak, something sweet! Lovely!) We had entered just as it was opening up for lunch and within 15 minutes,the place was full with loads of families, even kids running around. Not a place for romantic or solitude lunch :P Through and through the ambiance is of sitting at some revered Indian village elder's home and getting fed a gallon of food. Once the food starts coming in, it is as fast as that bus from Speed movie!


We started with a round of chutneys, pickle, strawberry dhokla, dal baati churma, veg cutlet and chaas to wash it all down with. Soon, main course followed with paneer gravy, gatte ki sabji, veg cabbage, daal, kadhi, phulkas, rotla, puri, aloo paratha, veg pulao, khichdi and more chaas to help digest all of this better :D For desserts, unlimited rounds of pineapple sheera, veg fruits custard and veg malpua! Everything simply delicious, not extremely oily but yes enough to make it all tasty, unlimited servings, the staff was very polite and really eager to serve us whatever we wanted,however times we wanted, service was very quick, and my parents especially really liked the experience so that makes me extra happy :)


Just make sure you go here with a big appetite, it is not a place for people whose tummies get full with 4 almonds :P Also, food is on the sweeter/milder side, not at all spicy, which is great for me and my family but you might want to ask for extra chillies from them if you want spicy tinge. Enjoy! 

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