Who said you can’t feast-out while fasting?
While people around the country are celebrating Navaratri, there's a common misconception that you cannot “dine out” while fasting. Well, you sure can't eat out everywhere, especially if you follow all the rules and the restrictions of the vrat. Yet, there are certain places you can still head to and have a wonderful celebration; Rajdhani in Kurla is one such place.
This restaurant is known for serving pure vegetarian Gujarati thalis with authentic dishes and a familiar taste. But, they also serve delicious Navaratri-special thalis, making them the place to be during the Navaratris.
Navaratri is the time of the year when we are all either fasting or practicing vegetarianism, hence we have limited to extremely few food options. But, if you are looking to spend some time with the friends, go out for a family dinner or just enjoy a good meal outside for a day, Rajdhani pops up as a superb option.
The Khandani Rajdhani Vrat Thali is an annual speciality at Rajdhani and has created a rep for itself with its great options. Maharaj Jodharam, the chef at Rajdhani, recreates the traditional vrat foods with a simple yet delicious twist and brings it together in a thali you will not be able to say no to.
The thali has several traditional vrat delicacies such as Sabudana Vada, Farali Pattice, Kuttu Ke Pakode, Samo Rice, Sabudana Khichdi, Sweet Lassi, Paneer Sabzi, Aloo sabzi, Aloo Tamatar, Kuttu ki Poodi, Sabudana Papad, green chutney, fresh fruit as well as Sabudana Kheer.
The best part is that the dishes on the Thali keep rotating so you get the chance to taste something new everyday.
Rajdhani is a great traditional fine dining place. The interiors are classy and elegantly done, while the food is consistently delicious. So if you're looking for some delicious yet hygienic vrat food, this is where you need to be. The thali has a good number of options especially for the given price point, which acts like the cherry on top of the already iced cake.