These Vegetarian Thalis Under INR 300 Will Leave You {And Your Wallet} Feeling Stuffed

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Thalis are meal-time saviours – they were probably created to save indecisive folk the long minutes spent poring over menus trying to decide what to eat. If you identify with the confused foodie, eat more but pay less with these vegetarian thalis in Gurgaon. 

Under INR 300, btw.

Thali by Eden

The best of ghar ka khaana, Thali at Hotel Eden has delicious Executive and Deluxe thalis. Light and homely subzis, dal, roti, rice, raita and salad as well as the option of kheer or a hot gulab jamun, these are complete value-for-money. The best news of all is that they also deliver so you can have your hard-earned indulgent feast, neatly packaged and nutritious, without leaving your desk.

Price: INR 120/130 per thali


Loved for its authentic South Indian, Naivedyam’s Maharaja Thali and Buttermilk have regulars constantly coming back for more. With a wide variety of Idlis, Vada, Dosa and Uttapams, their thalis offer something wholesome and different. Naivedyam even has a Tiffin Thali with assorted snacks so that you don’t have to settle for boring salads and sandwiches for lunch.

Price: INR 210/270 per thali


Famous for their Andhra thali, Madhuban has your back on the days when you’re in the mood to binge. With unlimited portions of rice, puris and korma to complement their Mirapakaya Bajji, aloo bonda, rasam, sambhar and more, you just sit at a table and get served like royalty. They assure you that theirs are the most authentic Andhra flavours, made the same way as in the homes at Vijaywada, Nellore and Ongole.

Price: INR 215/295 per thali


Imly brings you a Punjab thali, the Imly way. With tikkas, chaaps and a whole lot of butter, it also gives you a mixed vegetable subzi, rice and roti. No Punjabi meal is complete without dessert because that doesn’t go to the stomach, it goes to the heart.

Price: INR 225 per thali


Udaipuri is known for its Rajasthani Thali; the platter comes with Rajasthani subzis, pulao, roti, churma and papad and makes for an authentic regional meal. They also have an Udaipur thali with paneer, veggies, dal, pulao and dessert. Ditch your diet and try the Palak Patta Chaat, Kurkuri bhindi and Daal Baati Churma while you’re there.

Price: INR 225 per thali


Chronic oversized t-shirt wearer and unapologetic pundamentalist, Vatsala Peshawaria often cannot resist food long enough to take a picture.