We booked for 12 people and the table was set for 10 people. With one extra child they had to rearrange table to accommodate 13 pax. After the initial delay, we were told that daal makhani is burnt and it will not be available.
Food is usually good and it is the primary reason to visit the place repeatedly. Kids insisted for a sampler of daal makhani which arrived after insisting a bit. It surely tasted burnt and it was returned unused.
Later we were let down to see that even the daal makhani was billed to and it could not be corrected stating that chef has left. We were although offered complimentary tea as compensation.
The moong daal halwa was exceptional. Butter chicken failed to excite, daal fry was good, paneer was dry and tasted bland. Over all, a fair evening dinner which could have been a lot better by just a bit more attention.
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