-By Salmoli Mukerji
A mustachioed, uniformed doorman with traditional pagdi will hold open the door as you enter the pure-vegetarian Teej. Inside, jharokhas and lanterns complete the interesting interiors. Teej attracts a lot of locals who want to treat themselves to the royal flavour of the aristocratic households of far-away Rajasthan. The food offered is authentic Rajasthani cuisine, complete with Maharaja Thali serving Dal-Baati-Churma, Gatte ki Subzi, Datri Ker Sangri and the works. There is also a Rajasthani Thali (both thalis are priced at Rs.325, taxes extra). You may also choose to make a meal of Makai Mirch ka Pulao with Banarasi Bharwan Aloo and Kasturi vegetables. The food is, needless to say, way above average, but if you are looking for a light meal, then let's just say that this Rajasthani meal is not for the real health freak.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Interesting and striking ambience of Teej attracts a huge gathering. The food they serve includes dal-baati-churma, gatte ki subzi, datri ker sangri and many other authentic Rajasthani cuisines. Makai mirch ka pulao with banarasi bharwan aloo is something to die for. It is amazing and delicious from all the other dishes. I would say it is the best and I really love to have that. Rest of the things are fine too but not as delicious as makai mirch. Service is not too good but fine. Waiters are well-mannered and polite but little lazy and slow.
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