In a nutshell:
A very good Vegetarian Kachori place with an unexpected meaty marvel – Laal Maas
Meal for 2: Rs. 100 onwards vegetarian & Rs. 300 onwards for Nonvegetarian
The Gentleman at the counter sports the traditional Royal Rajasthani Moustache & exudes a lot of warmth & hospitality when he talks to u.
Four kachoris that they sell r Pyaz (Onion), Garlic kachori, Daal Kachori & sweet Mawa kachori.
If u order the Laal maas, the Gentleman asked us u ‘spicy, less spicy or not spicy’. We said ‘the original recipe, whatever it is’. He said ‘spicy’.
The laal maas was accompanied by authentic Bajra ke Roti. The curry looked pretty good & it totally camouflaged the extreme ‘fiery’ feel that u get the moment it lands in ur mouth. Let me tell u that this was the second most ‘hot & fiery’ food that I have had in an eatery. The curry was spicy, hot, fiery, outstanding & had loads of ghee in it – the meats were superb & just melt in the mouth. The combo of laal maas & Bajra ke roti was as authentic & good as it cud get & was thoroughly enjoyable inspite of the fact that my forehead was sweating in the December Delhi cold.
A good option (in case u r frightened after reading the above) is to go for the less spicy or the not spicy option. U can still enjoy this Rajasthan delicacy at its authentic best in a food court.
Must mention that the lehsun (garlic) ki chutney was too good & one cud eat a full roti with just the chutney.