Looking for a restaurant with proper rajasthani vibes, we’ve got you covered with this one residing in the middle circle of Delhi’s Connaught place, The Rajasthali. A completely modern Outlook of a desi styled restaurant, with authentic dishes served with perfection. 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. Pretty evident from its name, Rajasthali serves vegetarian only Rajasthani Thali.
It also serves Jain food, a treat for Sattvik food lovers. With more than 16 items to be served, their Thali is unlimited and they keep on serving till you refuse. The Thali is worth every penny. And is almost a pocket friendly food joint. With not so big seating though, the Rajasthali is high on quality and the way its food tastes is just lip smacking.
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. When we come to talk about daal baati, boy oh boy this place is just a heaven for those who love it. Daal baati churma was the special dish of the day. It was truly special and a great dish to start. Along with Farsaan, it works as an excellent appetizer.
Talking about the thali, 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. We were served three delicious varieties of Indian sweets – Gulab Jamun, Rice Kheer and Corn Halwa. Gulab Jamun was served mild hot with a strong flavour of Khoya and Ghee, it tasted quite delicious. Rice Kheer was equally delicious too. It wasn’t that thick as it should be, but I enjoyed it.
The main things which i loved about it the most were the Thali which is packed with an amazing taste and superb quality. Each of the food-item was extremely delicious, but I especially loved the Parwal Masala, Corn Halwa, Puran Poli, Meethi Kadhi and Daal Baati Chruma. Though the seatings are in short in no. And you might have to wait if the place is crowded with people. But the experience is worth the wait.
And it’ll get your pocket down with just 750 bucks for two at most.