Named after the one of the most politically affluent locales in Delhi, this place serves Mughlai/Punjabi fare. A small eatery with around 40 seats split between A/C and non/ac sections, with wooden flooring etc they have certainly made an effort to get in a different look but couldn’t get too far. We went upstairs in the A/C section, the TV with some Bollywood movie was on in full volume which killed the ambience of a rainy evening.
I don’t like to ordered bottled water in restaurants of this standard but had to as they do not serve filtered water. Their menu is nice and compact and like it that way. The Masala roomali roti was crispy with the masala seasoned to perfection. We ordered a Veg tandoori platter, the mushrooms were done well and the rest, the potatoes, paneer and veg seekh were Udipi like. I expected better tandoori items at a speciality restaurant. We ended our meal with Ghee wali dal and assorted breads and they were worth the trip.
Overall the place is very VFM with some OK food, but with a little more attention and standardization they have the potential to serve good food at a good price.