‘Rasoi Ghar’ restaurant is known for its authentic Gujarati and Rajasthani themed thali.
It was a year back when I first time visited ‘Rasoi Ghar’ and believe me it was a delightful experience. They serve thali which is a blend of both Rajasthani and Gujarati cuisine. Right from welcome drink, starters till desserts you will witness a variety of food items served on your table. It’s a vegetarian restaurant and dishes prepared here are simple and homely style yet tasty. Their service is really good and fast.
This review is for home delivery. Due to the pandemic situation, we are not preferring Dine-in. This restaurant is well known for Thali, so we were hesitating to order home delivery. We were concerned about how will the packing be, containers, etc. but we were surprised to see such a nice food box. The food items were set in the box. They have their customized food box for home parcels..
What we ordered:
ROYAL MEAL BOX
As said, we were hesitating to order a thali but to our surprise, it was well packed you can see in the pictures I have shared.
So, lets start:
In a small container there was 1piece of ‘Khaman dhokla’ and ‘khatta dhokla’, additionally 2piece of ‘Potli kachori’ along with a dip of green and tamarind chutney. These are traditional snack items of the Rajasthani and Guajarati community. It was nice and freshly prepared.
Roti/Bread: 2phulka, 2 parathas, and 1pori. Phulka and paratha were not roasted properly felt they were half underdone. I think they must be in a hurry or having lots of orders. Hoping to get better next time.
Sabji/Vegetable: Bhindi masala dry, Chana masala, Palak paneer, and Aloo curry. All veggies we good and had a home-cooked, simple taste. Aloo curry should have been better, I think.
Rice: We opted for ‘Khichdi’ and ‘Khadi’ our favorite rice item. This dish doesn’t have any spices. It’s a simple dish prepared from rice and dal which is a kind of mushy or overcooked. khichadi is usually paired with kadhi a yogurt/buttermilk based curry which, is again simple but tasty..
Sider: Raita, pickle, and papad, these are common siders which we usually get in every restaurant.
‘Seviya Falooda‘ had a perfect and balanced sweetness. A thick falooda added with Seviya was a good combination and flavorsome.
Malpua: A fried puri soaked in Sugar syrup or I can say a sweet syrupy pancake 😊. When you are eating this food item you just need to forget about the diet😊. This dessert is an extra sweet so people who have sweet tooth must surely try this.
Overall it was a nice and simple lunch but quantity was not sufficient for us 3 people, as said it was a trial to order a thali. Next time we will go for two lunch boxes. Packing of the food items were good as thought it was not at all messy.
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