This restaurant opens only for dinner and can be accessed only by people staying at taj lake palace In a NUtshell: A memorable rajasthani dinner in a beautiful restaurant inside a 270 year old palace (now converted to a heritage hotel) that is situated in the middle of a huge lake, accompanied by live instrumental music by a music guru, tajness all over in the … Continue reading Neel Kamal (taj lake palace Udaipur)
I just hope someone opens an eatery in Gurgaon that serves such good food as Madras Coffee House, Khajuraho.
Meal for 2: Rs. 120 onwards
Cuisine Type: Vegetarian
Short Description – In case u r in a hurry:
If u talk location in Khajuraho, nothing can get better than this – situated bang Opposite the Ticket counter of the most popular Western Group of temples. In other words, the place where this restaurant is located is like ‘the Times Square of Khajuraho’.
The owner & his family stay in the same premises – in rooms besides the Dining Hall. I had a brief chat with him post I praised the taste of the food here. He said he came from Southern part of India in the 1950s, briefly ran a shop in Malviya Nagar Delhi & then moved to Khajuraho & has stayed back ever since.
The facade has not been painted quite long & the interiors are also as basic as it can get – but neat & clean.
The traditional food is awesome & I found it better than most Delhi & Gurgaon Restaurants. They also serve fusion food like Cheese Dosa, cheese utthapam etc , which seems to be very popular with the European tourists.
In fact, they also serve non South Indian Food like different kinds of Omelet, scrambled eggs, poached eggs, different kinds of pancakes, porridge, sandwiches, thali, South Indian curries, North Indian curries & even egg Biryani, veg chowmein & egg chowmein!!!!
We stuck to basic South Indian food & it was awesome.
Detailed Description – In case u have the time to njoy readin:
U will find it quite Good on its own – however, if u compare to Jaipur eateries, then this one falls flat on the face.
Meal for 2: Rs. 100 onwards
Cuisine Type: Vegetarian
When we went to this place sometime back, we quite liked it. We opted for a Rajasthani thali – a gatta curry that tasted very good but with hard gattas which might b compared to cadbury’s eclairs!!!!! A kadhi – again very nice but with quite hard pakoras that wud make noise if they fall from ur hand. A daal that was mildly spicy & a very good flavor of its own – really enjoyable & a potato curry that was not bad at all but not wow either.