Homesick North Indians, This Hidden Rajasthani Dhaba Will Make Your Day!
What Makes It Awesome
How many times have you crossed Anna Nagar 2nd Avenue? We bet you have been there before. But have you ever noticed a Shri Rajasthani Dhaba on the third floor of what looks like an old building with juts office? Let you reveal a little hidden gem to you. This Dhaba has been around for several years and their specialties are the thalis. Rajasthani and Rajwadi. Thin ghee dipped phulkas, three subzis (cabbage, paneer, and aloo), kadi, dal, salad, pickle, bajre ki roti, rice, and the best of the lot - malpoowa. If this is way too filling for you, try their standalone which is phulka and any subzi of your choice. You get everything from Shahi Paneer, Bhindi, Aloo Palak, Gobi Mutter, Kadai Paneer, Kaju Masala, and Paneer Bhurji. Thick aloo paratha with a block of butter - yes their parathas are equally delicious and a must-try. In rice, they have options like fried rice, biriyani, and curd rice. The restaurant is big and the service is great too. If you are looking for budget, delicious, homemade food, you know where to go.
What Could Be Better
Finding a parking spot is difficult. the chances you might miss the building are high, drive slow right after Santhosh. The lift and the staircases are dingy so careful with the steps.
How Much Did It Cost
₹500 - ₹1000
Best To Go With
Big Group, Family