Unlimited Thalis From Gujarat, Rajasthan, Punjab & Bombay At Suruchi

    Karol Bagh, Delhi

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    Suruchi is an all-vegetarian restaurant with a very limited menu – only five options {all unlimited offerings} showcasing different regional cuisines that include Rajasthani, Gujrati, Punjabi and Bombay specials like pao bhaji and vada pao.

    Must Eat

    Rajasthani Thali: Displaying the best of Rajasthani cuisine, with its signature dishes like Gatte Ki Sabzi, kachori and kadhi, this thali is intriguing to say the least. However, the best part is their single-bite sized Bajre Ki Roti topped with crushed jaggery and a spoonful of ghee.

    Must Drink

    Lemon Soda. Nothing pairs as well as a refreshing lemon drink with a scrumptiously filling thali.

    What We Loved

    The servers are courteous and constantly asking whether you like the food, or need anything refilled. They allow you time to eat, but don’t leave you unattended. It’s a fine line, but we think they manage it well.

    What Didn’t Impress Us

    Certain accompaniments on the thali felt uninspiring and monotonous, like Aloo Matar Sabzi, which is added to both the Gujrati and Rajasthani thalis. Their Dal Batti Churma, one the most famous Rajasthani dishes around the world is best skipped.

    What Is The Best Time To Visit?

    A weekday lunch or early dinner is a good idea, because it is quite crowded after 9pm and on the weekends.

    #LBBTip

    Leave some space for dessert, served after you happily finish your thali.

      Karol Bagh, Delhi