Pure vegetarian sans onion and garlic — UP, Marwari, Rajasthani and Gujarati fare here — all served up in Malad's InOrbit Mall's gleaming, noisy and crammed food court. They've recently introduced ”Indian Burgers” (Rs.50) in mazedaar flavours like Ragada, Aloo and Chatpata Chhole. Paratha Rolls (Rs.60) are there too for a quick ”on-the-go” snack —they're packed with Ragda, Chhole and Aloo Tikki, and a salad adding crunch. Thalis come in three sizes: the Mini (Rs.100/Rs.120) with a portion of biryani, Chhole Bhature, Khichdi and paratha; the Regular (Rs.150) with two vegetables, three rotis, rice, dal and a sweet; and the Maha Thali (Rs.300) with four vegetables, rice, five rotis, dal or khichdi, salad/raita, sweet and a drink. With the other combos, you may order Jal Jeera, Aam Panna, Chaas or Lassi � la carte. Ask for the well-made and well-priced Sasta Sauda Combo (Rs.99), with a portion of Jalebi, a snack, Gol Gappe and Chhaas. Dal Bati Thali with Gatte ka Saag, sweet and three plump batis doesn't deliver, but inconsistency comes with the territory at mall food counters.
Review posted more than a year ago
We all were roaming around at Inorbit Mall. Obviously being foody, we all just wait to feel little hunger. We went Sanskriti for our lunch. It is in the food court, so you we hardly cared for ambiance. Service of the place was similar to the service of other food courts. We had biryani, Chhole Bhature and a Maha Thali which was filled with four vegetables, rice, rotis, dal, salad, sweet and a drink. The food was great and appetizing. I love there chole bhature; it was amazing and spicy. Everything was fresh and was smelling amazing as well. I must say, Sanskriti is an amazing place to have some good food.
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