Well, my review is going to be a little different from the rest. Walked in for lunch, there was a bit of a waiting and i was fairly excited about trying something different.
it was 70 bucks for the unlimited thali. Now we got seated and were lucky to sit together, got the banana plantain and they served us with yogurt, buttermilk, pickle,salt, rasam, sambar and three veggies (potato based, cabbage and something else) you get puris and rice, some pappad and 1/3 sweets.
Overall the service is slow, the place is crowded and its weird because people will be watching you eat, waiting for you to finish so they can have the seat. Fairly mercenary but i don't mind that, when it comes to food i am fairly militant.
however the sad thing is the food was not up to the mark.the veggies were weak, devoid of taste and all tasted way too different for any harmony. The butter milk was pungent and strong, almost like it was fermented.
The sambar was fairly tasty but the rasam was pretty disappointing.
Also, the food is cooked in coconut oil, a lot of people here are used to groundnut oil or olive oil at the most. Coconut oil, for me is a fairly vile thing.
Overall, i get the sort of ambiance and set up it is, i have no problem but it only works if the food is superlative which it really is not(will remind people of Bhagat Tarachand, another place i don't go anymore after i got very sick from the food)
Damage was 280 for 4.