Righting as a native eater of biryani, i was disappointed. The selling dish was bland for my liking, and lacked the kick.
Husband ordered 'haryali kebab' which were BAD! Had to bin the entire thing, as had green food color pouring out of the meat. It was inedible
A true demonstration of the quality of an eatery is the number of customers it attracts. If that's anything to go by, this basic little restaurant is hard to beat. There's a constant stream of people coming in to get their food - and they are all well versed in Indian cuisine. In fact, when I dined here one of my companions said "it's the best Indian food I've had, since I left India 12 months ago - the Biryani is great!". That's an endorsement indeed. There are absolutely no frills here - the surroundings, dcor and furniture are all basic - people come for the food, then come back and back .. and back. You can't book here, so just come - and eat!