I recently visited this place after a long while and was amazed to see the changes the management has brought in ambience. The gazebo has been made more beautiful with the addition of straw work on the roof and there are orange lanterns hanging from the joints. There is a separate area surrounded by trees where people can sit and enjoy. You can have football and volleyball matches here as there are separate grounds for playing.
The staff and the manager are very courteous and take care of your requirements all the time.
There are three packages available for group parties : sans hard drinks, with domestic drinks and IMFL.
Moving on to food, here are the dishes I tried :
Assorted pakodas : For me, they were too oily, but nonetheless good. Onions, cauliflower, green chillies and potatoes were the favourites here.
Noodles : Again quite oily but good in taste.
Vegetable Manchurian : Way too good! The gravy was thick and tasted a bit sour – the way it should be and the Manchurian balls were soft and delicious.
Dahi ke sholey : An excellent preparation! These were delectable. The dried yoghurt was creamy and melt in the mouth and the outside bread was quite crispy.
Chicken lollipop : More like honey chilli chicken. These were sweet as well as spicy and the chicken was chewy. A must try.
Afghani chicken : Way too good! The chicken pieces were tender and juicy and the cream and yoghurt over them made them melt in the mouth. Lovely!