-By Swati Sucharita
Haveli, as the name goes, has a haveli-like decor with traditional Indian handiwork. The woodwork of the booths are extensively carved and the interiors are embedded with copper craft. The menu has a wide range of North Indian and South Indian fare. Ordering for a Tandoori Platter (Rs.269) is a good idea as the Seekh Kebab, Haveli Murgh Tikka, Nizami Chicken, Bhutan Chicken and Chicken Shahi Korma taste good. However, the Mushroom Masala and Kadhai Paneer taste ordinary. From the South side, the Natu Kodi Pulusu and Nellore Fish Curry are prepared in the traditional way. The everyday lunch buffet, priced at Rs.251 is real VFM. Not the best of places to enjoy a meal but an okay option if you happened to be in the vicinity.
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