There is also a change in Menu each day, so that patrons don't feel that it is a monotonous tryst with the state and its food. During weekdays, the Thali is priced at ₹299 per person all inclusive, while it is ₹375 for weekends.
The Welcome Drink here is Masala Chaach or Chaas and an antique vessel is offered for washing hands, before commencing the meal.
The Thali on offer presents the best of Gujrati and Rajasthani preparations and you're free to take multiple helpings of any of the items of your liking.
Their Gatte Ki Sabzi is the one to watch out for, as is their Paneer Methi. As has been Rajasthan's signature, Dal Baati Churma was quite a hot-selling item in the platter.
The first thing to be served was a portion of corn, cucumber, carrot salad along with accompanying chutneys, followed by a rotation of the curries, Khichdi, Rice, Breads etc.
Their desserts, namely Kheer and Halwa are light and flavorful on the palate. Special mention to the Malai (Rasgulla) Sandwich.
The place was quite choc-a-block on Sunday, and as I may have observed, Rajasthali is already wooing its patrons thanks to its authenticity. :)