Located inside Pal Haveli this place is more famous for its rooftop restaurant which offers mesmerizing view of Mehrangadh fort. Though most of the times the restaurant has a waiting period depending on the season you are visiting. Food and service is also decent.
I have visited quite a number of “Indian” restaurants over my many years, this is up with the best, beautifully presented, staff attentive, food to die for, yes you pay a little extra but Oh boy, is it worth it! YES!
TLDR - Great tasting food, that looks even better; the service is prompt but a little spotty and could do with a little more maturity / consistency.
Food - 4.5*
Ambiance - 4*
Service - 3*
We were there as a group and so our orders were litreally "get one of each thing on the menu for starters" - and most of them turned out very nice. As a vegetarian, I enjoy experimenting with new dishes and this place has two - the lau(ki) mussallam and the spinach balls; both are well cooked and balanced dishes; presented in an appealing manner. these two dishes get a 5* from me.
The other items we tried (Dal, pani-puri, dahi puri, paneer tikka were somewhere between the 3.5* to 4.5* range)...
The desserts were pretty good - better than I had expected; Gulab-jamun was warm and sweet but not too sweet; the kulfi had three good flavors that complemented each other and the gajar halwa was well cooked without having too much sweetness or ghee.
All together, the food was done well, tasted good and though it flirted with extreme spice/sweet here and there, the overarching feel was much more of a balanced thoughtful flavor.
The service was a little different - relaxed and maybe a little slow first, then all the food arrived quickly and then it took a long time to get the desserts. The servers suggestions were helpful but... it wasn't an upscale restaurant feel. (e.g., the server came over after many minutes and asked if we were ready to order, and when we said yes, he promptly told us to wait and went over to another table... left me wondering why he'd come in the first place.. )
I'd be back, but I know I am coming for the food alone...
Got recommended this restaurant by family so we give it a go !!! The place it's self is ok it's clean and trendy enough and the service was fine well mannered staff.We had some mixed starters to share Peshwari Lamb Chops which were fantastic,Ajaaini Salmon Tikka which was a little dry also Chilli Paneer which was a little too spicy but nice if you like it hot also Bhelpuri which was nice as a mouth cleanser moving on to the mains I had Masala Roast Lamb Shank which was ok the meat was tender but the sauce a little too hot the other dishes Lauki jhinga (king prawns) which I must admit the Prawns were massive and juicy the last dish was Chichen Jalfrazi which was standard also rices and nans to go with the mains the presentation was beautifully done I must admit all in all a nice place to eat and the food was good I would recommend to give it a try.....