Taj Pabitra Bhojanalaya (on NH8, left side, just before u reach the Behror flyover from Jaipur side)


In a nutshell:

Huge modern setup, nice waiting staff, Good food but taste & ‘spiciness’ much mellowed down to meet the requirement of urban highway travellers – I expected the taste to be a lot more rustic.

the dhaba from outside - with a little parking space

Meal for 2: Rs. 200 onwards

Cuisine Type: Vegetarian

Description:

Most families with kids wud love this place – spacious, relatively neat & clean & not too spicy food.

a section of the menu card - see the tea vs spret tea concept (u will enjoy more if u can read Hindi)

Hardcore foodies like us might have preferred all the above comforts to a rustic, local spicy flavor.

We loved the hot baked tandoori roti with nice yellow arhar daal which incidentally had slightly less salt but was full of flavors.

daal served in tiny mini copper baltis

The aloo gobhi had boiled potatoes thrown in with boiled / slow fried Gobhis & then cooked in a masala – very urban way of doing an aloo gobhi………. Nothing like when u cook them together & let the flavors & textures intertwine.

aloo gobhi

Portions r large & hence we cud not taste any more varieties. Wud revisit when hungry on NH8 in case we r around Behror. Wud not revisit just to eat there.

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