Regarding the ambience and decor, decent sitting options and simple yet classy decor.
What amazed was the food. The cuisine is highly inspired by the Banarasi style. And yes, the taste will remind you of Banaras.
Kulhad Chai: We started with the Kulhad chai. The chai was refreshing and mood setting. Served in the Traditional Kulhads, the chai was superb. Must-try for tea lovers.
Potato wheels: The perfect appetizer with chai. Yummy and delicious.
Golgappa and Special meetha golgappa: Both the Golgappa served were blasts of taste in the mouth.
The normal Golgappas stuffed with aloo ka masala and served with both Mitha and tikha pani. And the special meetha Golgappa were the same stuffed with aloo masala but instead of pani, there was chutney on it. Both are worth trying.
Fara (fried): We tried both the Fara, one of Rice base and one of Bajra base. Both were superb snacks. And if you want to choose anyone, then I will more weightage to the rice one.
Lassi: Tried two types of Lassi. The special Banarasi mixed fruit Lassi and the coconut flavoured lassi. The mixed fruit Lassi was so authentic and indigenous that it took me down the memory lane. The coconut flavoured lassi was something unique and delicious as there were loads of dry fruits in it.
Authentic Banarasi veg Thali: The veg thali was superb, consisting of Litti Chokha, Daal, Pakore wali Kadhi, Sukhi sabji, Paneer ki sabji, jeera rice and Rotis. Must try for everyone special vegetarian people. You will love it.
Banarasi Chicken Thali: The banarasi chicken thali consisting of a chicken rassa, rotis, rice and dahl. The chicken was cooked home-style. Juicy and tender.
Laung Lata: The famous sweet. of Banaras. I had laung lata after ages and it was really good. served hot, it was awesome with the perfect amount of sweetness.
Gulab Jamun: The gulab jamun was delicious. And no words can describe a yummy gulab jamun. Overall a cosy place with really good and authentic food. Definitely must visit the place