And then you enter the restaurant. Lo and behold, you are immediately transported to the deserts and village life of Rajasthan. One entire wall is painted into arches depicting the village people of Rajasthan. The colours are warm and welcoming. One corner is resplendent with Lord Ganesh in different forms and positions; Lord Ganesh who solves the problems in our lives. It takes you a few minutes to settle down as you soak in the ambience and the warmth of this cozy restaurant.
And then its time for the buffet lunch. A sumptuous spread of salads, non-vegetarian and vegetarian dishes appeal to the palate from the buffet table. And when you fill up your plate, you can actually see the different colors of food on the white china.
In the evening, you can enjoy a sit down meal with your cool partner in this cozy and tucked away restaurant. The waiters are resplendent in regal outfits as they serve you and provide the royal touch to the ambience.
The menu card is unusual in the way that it is color-coded. So if you are vegetarian, you can easily spot all the greens in the menu; the seafood is in blue, poultry is red and lamb has been assigned a flaming orange color. Very convenient and colorful to the eye!
I recommend these mouth watering morsels:
Appetizers: Cold Potato Salad with fresh herbs
Meat: Butter Chicken
Vegetarian: Aaloo Gobi ka
Sangam Bread: Laccha Paratha
Dinner for two: Appetizers, 2 Dishes, Paratha, Rice, Desert and Coffee - $60.00
Seating: 60 persons
Address: #28 - 165 East Beaver Creek Road (Off Highway 7, West of Hwy. 404)
• Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
• Dinner: 5:00 pm to 10:00 p.m.