This age old restaurant is a a favourite among Gujju families for the Thali. Loud, it's not a place you want to linger. Reluctantly I proceeded given it was a family event and I hadn't eaten a thali in years.
Food: We went for the Thali which consisted of unlimited food except the sweets of which only two are allowed. The menu changes everyday. It's a lavish spread with tri-coloured Dhokla, some fried farsan, buttermilk, papad, dal, gujju kadhi and three vegetables which were unfortunately not very appealing. You can chose between roti and puri, khichdi and rice.
Service: Quick it's like a mass production factory where the food keeps coming.
Damages: Rs 250 - 300 for a thali.
I wouldn't go back because the food and options were very average like something I'd get at home. There are many better thali places if one is so inclined.