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Rajasthali, Connaught Place : Food Review

Rajasthali

Rajasthali

Address: C-26, Middle Circle, Near PVR Plaza, Connaught Place, New Delhi

Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk, Gate No. -3

Cuisines: Rajasthani

Opening Hours: 12 Noon to 3 PM, 7 PM to 11 PM

Cost: Rs. 750 for two.

Cash only.

Contact: +91 9650075395

Ambiance: Trust Delhi’s Connaught Place to nurture food cultures that can range as vastly as the sky and differ as impressively as the stars. Having had a hawk’s eye experience of all the establishments, Rajasthali is a place that stays authentic to regional food and serves you a variety of its culturally rich delicacies, at a price that seems unheard of. Its interiors are humble and welcoming in spite of the limited space and a simpler ambiance.

Rajasthali

Menu: Rajasthali is a ‘Thali’ restaurant and as the pun suggests, Rajasthani food is served on super large plates. Rajasthali provides a kaleidoscopic view of the culture of Rajasthan through the authentic spread it offers. Here they only serve thali, per thali to per person, unlimited food like a buffet. Sharing is not allowed.

What we had: Coming straight to the food, Rajasthali is high on quality. The salad, 4 variants of chutney, 4 variants of vegetables, 1 dal, kadhi, 2 sweets, khichdi with ghee, regular rice, papad, 3 variants of bread and of course the Chaach, it all sums up to a great deal of deliciousness. The Dal Baati served in the beginning, was absolutely amazing and I have not really enjoyed this Rajasthani special cuisine elsewhere.

The Rajasthani thali we ordered contained more than 8 different dishes along with some lip-smacking preparations of roti. Keeping in mind the cravings of the sweet lovers, the outlet has also added some dainty sweet dishes in their thali. All in all this place is a must visit for the true vegetarians. The authentic regional food of the restaurant made our day.

Service: Food is served by a group of staff members that always have a broad smile on their faces. They help you with the hand wash before and after the meal. The service is informed and quick.

Recommendation: The food is high on ghee and higher on ‘LOVE’. A must visit. Family place.

Ratings: 4/5

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Sonam Rajput
Sonam Rajput is a student of Education at Central Institute of Education, University of Delhi. She is a foodie and enjoys going on historical walks and imagining the world that had been. She hopes to keep her love for history in tandem with her passion for travel and unravel cultures, and experiences while doing so.

2 thoughts on “Rajasthali, Connaught Place : Food Review

  1. Quite a place with all this sensation up for grabs. I tend to couple Connaught Place and Rajif Chowk Metro Station with crowdedness, considering my little experience with populous nations like India. My friend, Annu, once promised me this Thali regional food. Eventually, her aunt never got to prepare it! Fair enough, though. Now I know where to indulge my craving for the same. So, you know you have arrived when someone gets on Metro intercom and says, ” Agla station Rajif Chowk hai!”.

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