If summers for you are all about mangoes, head to Khandani Rajdhani to enjoy a feast of Gujarati and Rajasthani cuisine with some mouthwatering mango delicacies. Gorge on your favourite fruit and enjoy the unlimited veg thali at Khandani Rajasthani until May 31st.
Known for its lip-smacking vegetarian thalis and authentic flavours, Khandani Rajdhani is giving its patron a very mangolicious treat this year as well. Their annual Aamilcious festival is back and there’s a lot for all the mango lovers to feast on. Right from Aamras, Mango SabudanaKheer to Palak Aamras Chaat, and much more, this festival is all about mangoes and good food. We recently tried this delectable veg thali and suggest you give it a bite, too.
Khandani Rajdhani is a fine dining place and has a rich ambience perfect for get-togethers and foodie meetups. Since the thali is unlimited, it’s perfect for those who have a good appetite and love their food to be served piping hot. As soon as you enter the place, you will see a crowd eating their heart out. The waiters are polite and will help you traditionally wash your hands by pouring lukewarm water. Once you are seated, the feast begins, and piping hot food is served on your table.
The menu for the day was a good mix of Rajasthani and Gujarati food with a twist of mangoes. We started with a bite of Fajeto, a Gujarati dish made with the pulp of mangoes and Khoba Roti. Up next was Parwal Ki sabzi which was delicious and had a very subtle taste of Kairi. Giving your regular Aloo ki sabzi a mangolicious twist, Ambe Aloo was another good fusion on the table. It did give us a very satiating kick of spice.
We continued our meal with the popular delicacy of Gujarati cuisine, Kairi Surti Dal, and liked its sweet and sour taste. In between, we also sipped the thick mango lassi served in a glass that was tall enough to satisfy our lassi cravings. Aam Ras Puri, Mango Dhokla, Malpua, Moong dal halwa ( a must-try!!), Dahi Bhalla and Kairi aloo samosa completed our feast. We’d like to give extra points to the chef for Aam Ki Launji as it made everything on the thali taste extra delicious.
Other than that, the thali also features some delicious mango fusions like Mango puri, Mango corn canapes, mango sev puri, mango jalapeno cheese lifafa, and dhokla pizza. As the menu keeps changing every day, you might not get to try it all in one visit. But, do not worry as there are many other mangolicious things in the thali. This Aamilicious festival will end on 31st May and so now you know where to head on your next weekend.
Where: Khandani Rajdhani, all outlets
When: Lunch (12:30 pm – 3:30 pm) and Dinner (7 pm – 11:30 pm)
Price: Rs. 599 plus taxes