Visited this place for lunch after a long time. Looks still the same, just like a mughal darbaar. We reached a little too late (around 3), and were asked to place orders quickly since there kitchen closed at 3:15. There were 4 of us, and got a cosy round table for seating.
We ordered for masala papads, tomato shorba & beers, dal makhani, malai kofta, some paneer dish (don’t remember the name), veg biryani and breads.
Masala papads tasted a bit off, I guess the problem was with stale onions. Tomato shorba was a bit too sweet for my mother’s taste. Paneer was recommended by our server, but turned out to be quite spicy and hot.
Now coming to the good things, malai kofta was excellent. I loved the khasta roti. Veg biryani rice was delicately flavoured and nicely done, but the vegetables were quite spicy. Special mention for the dal makhni, which was very delicious, but unfortunately the portion was quite small.
Must visit for its one of a kind ambience.