This place is a pure vegetarian restaurant. It gives a feel of being in a Rajasthani village. There is a buffet system (rs. 350 per head) with several different items for people to choose from. I found the place to be child friendly. My kids were enthralled by the cow at the entrance. They were also amused at the people who came with trolleys serving starters which included pakoda chaat and nimbu paani. They also liked the bottles displayed to serve water and buttermilk.

For lunch there were too many options to select from. While the kids enjoyed their hot piping South Indian food that was made to order (Dosa, Uttapas) and Pay Bhaji & Noodles, we adults enjoyed the typical meal of veggies served with hot rotis (different kinds- wheat, bajri, makkai, etc).

The kids were fascinated to see puppets and the charpoiyes that were used as seats.

To enthrall the guests, the restaurant had a traditional dance and kids loved the horses used as props and had a gala time. Further, they also liked the bangle maker who made lac bangles on the spot while they chose the colours (starting from 100 rs. a pair). The kids then enjoyed dancing to the DJ Beats.

We enjoyed the wide spread of chaats and desserts in addition to the food served.

To top it all, before leaving we enjoyed the cold paan (extra charges).

By and large, a good experience wherein kids were entertained and we could eat in peace. The staff was helpful and tried the best to keep the kids entertained so that we adults could converse among ourselves.

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