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Call Jaideep of Shahji's Rajdhani for some great food for your upcoming party. Their North Indian and chaat counters are a hit at marriage parties. Amritsari Kulche Chhole, Chana Bhatura, Missi Roti with Palak, Bedmi Puri with Aloo Tamatar, Aloo Bhaaji and Tawa Mehfil with Roomali Rolls are the flavoursome combinations from the North Indian counter. Chaats like Dahi Vada, Papdi, Aloo Tikki, Shakarkandi Chaat and Fruit Kulia are popular. Their Desi Rasoi counter ('80 per person) is for health-conscious people, where home-style food such as Karele ki Subzi, Tinda Subzi, Dal, phulka and rice are served. They have a Kashmiri counter with Kashmiri specialities like Kashmiri Dum Aloo, Gushtaba, Kashmiri Zaffrani Pulao, Kashmiri parathas and kahwa. Maharashtrian, Rajasthani, Chinese and Italian foods are also prepared on request. A minimum order for 250 persons and a maximum for 25,000 are accepted. An advance notice of two days is what they need.

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Situated on the Mumbai-Pune Highway, Malhaar is frequented by those on the move. It serves dependable Maharashtrian, regular North Indian and some staple Chinese tuned to Indian palate. The kebabs are nice, especially the Fish Tikka. Other popular dishes are Veg Bhuna, Chicken Maharaja, Chicken Malwani, Goan Fish Curry and Fish Malwani. Do avoid the Chinese dishes. You can also order platters (Veg: Rs.250, Non-veg: Rs.450) while here. Malhaar is a convenient eating option for travel-weary passengers, that's it.

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