One of the first (and the best so far!) BJN restaurants that we visited till date, its pleasing aroma welcomed us even before we stepped in. The place gives you a feel of visiting a traditional Dhaba in a north Indian village. It is not just the wood-ceilings and walls filled with old hindi movie posters, the food is also served in traditional steel thaalis and copper cups. The buffet was reallllly overflowing with variety- ranging from chappatis, butter naans to biryanis to several authentic Indian curries including Aloo Gobi Kasoori, Methi Muttar Makai,  Chicken Tikka Masala, Dabba Gosht and Malwani Mutton, to name a few.

Well...I could not get up from my seat once the whole eating episode was over, but whew, wasn't my stomach satisfied!!!. Must have been the number of times I refilled my plate, so blame it on the food which could best be described as ‘Ambrosial’.


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