Rasoi ghar is a vegetarian indulgence place where you get to eat your’s heart content. Their traditional cuisine, inspired from Rajasthan and Gujrat, will take you back in time. Your taste buds are sure to dance in the tune of the traditional flavors served on a unique steel platter. They serve delicious food with new menu each day comprised of 3 course meal.
This restaurant is located in Karama near to Burjuman. Parking can be quite struggle here. Upon entering I could see the whole place was buzzing with people, that shows that this place is already quite popular among people.
Great hospitality of staff from the moment you enter till you leave with a happy loaded tummy. They have all you can eat thali food fare, so make sure you go there with empty stomach to justify the food taste.
Sticking to the simplicity, decent interiors and capacious space makes it an ideal for family gathering or party. After settling down on table, an antique vessel came to me for washing our hands, it felt like I am transported to some mughal era, for sure a true royal treatment. The server came with a tablet to show the menu. Every day has a different set menu, so even if you go there daily, you won’t get bored with the same stuff. This place gives you an option of traditional (Baithaks) and modernized seating. The staff is courteous and efficient and the service is top-notch.
I preferred to sit in a traditional setup and started my culinary journey with Pudina Jal Jeera drink, it was refreshing with a kick of tangy-ness and ignited my palates to indulge on the feast.
In Appertizer there was Panki,Cheese Corn Tikki, Fafda Chaat accompany with spicy green and sweet dates cutneys. Among all the above three items Fafda Chaat was my favorite I think I could go with the second helping of it but controlled myself to keep some space for the others items.
Now moving on to the main course there was Palak Paneer, Kakdi Kalwa, Aloo Rasawala, Dal Panchrangi in daal and kadhi there was Marwadi Dal and Kadhi, Gurjrati Dal and kadhi. I like spicy and tangy kadhi so found Gujrati one lip smacking and had it with khichadi. on my server’s suggestion as he told me that its a combo and how people in Gujarat have it. I was continuously served with fresh Pulka, Makai roti and Puri (all sorts of breads). If you want to skip bread then you have the choice of rice like Pudina, Khichadi and Steamed White Rice.
I was delighted to see that serves here are so courteous and they want to feed you like a family member and keep coming back to check if you need anything. You won’t get disappointed by anything but definitely by the inability to finish your meal.
My session ends on a sweet note of desserts which was Fruit Skrikhand, Makai Halwa and Gulab Jaman. The first one was like a fruit yogurt, the second one was sweet corn halwa and I was trying it for the first time and totally blow away with the taste and who could say no to warm and soft gulab jaman but I was totally full by all that hogging session that I could only finish sweet corn halwa properly.
It is one of the places where you can enjoy variety with your friends and family in an affordable price. Do check it out and it worth every single penny