In today’s news for bizarre food in the city, we came across a thali we never expected to see- an epic Bahubali Thali served by the House of Paratha at JM Road. Don’t believe us? Simply keep reading.
Got What It Takes? We Dare You To Eat This Epic Bahubali Thali
What Makes It Awesome?
We’re not even joking when we say we’ve found a Bahubali Thali. The House of Paratha at JM Road is an all-vegetarian eatery that excels in giving the homesick North Indians delicious food they miss so much. Naturally, they have varieties of parathas, tasty dal makhni and so on. But their most stand out item right now is the Bahubali Thali.
This gigantic thali includes Kattapa Biryani, Devasena Paratha, Bhalladeva Patiala Lassi, Sivagami Shaahi Pakwan and a huge Bahubali Paratha that is topped with butter and cheese. You also get other accompaniments of five types of sweet dishes, five varieties of farsan and fried snacks, choice of a drink or a shake, pickles, salads, chutney and three types of ice creams. Can you believe that? We hear it’s not easy to finish this one. Priced at INR 1,500 plus taxes, the thali is meant to be eaten by a group of six, so make sure you all get to House of Paratha on an empty stomach.
The House Of Paratha is a complete North Indian restaurant serving a variety of other special thalis too. If you don't have the appetite for a thali, you can order just parathas. The restaurant has a variety to choose from, which includes mirchi ajwain paratha, papad paratha, dal lasuni paratha among others. Starting at INR 80, you can get a paratha that'll fill you up. Or opt for a plate of chole bhatura
A meal for two at House Of Paratha will cost you INR 500. And, you're definitely going to leave with a stomach full, so its best to wear loose pants when you go.
If you want to try the thali, definitely take your foodie gang here so you can try everything on the thali.