A lavish three-course lunch banished all thoughts of dinner for swarnpreet kaur tuli
s a change from dinner for a “lavish meal”, Baluchi, The Lalit, New Delhi, offers a scrumptious three-course Express Lunch Thali with options available for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians. Chef S S Tyagi has come out with a large variety of delicious and tempting dishes but the Thali is light, healthy and less time-consuming. However, it is served only during lunch hours, from 12 noon to3 pm on all days.
Vegetarians can treat themselves to delicious Tamatar dhaniye ka shorba and the mouth-watering Achari paneer tikka, followed by a main course with their signature Dal Baluchi, Kofta anjari, Kadai paneer, Gobhi meethimasala, and Subz pulao, complemented by an array of Indian breads, raita and salad. The non-vegetarian thali, on the other hand, boasts of Paya shorba followed by carefully seasoned Afghani mutton seekh and a platter that consists of Sarson bata macch, Murgh tikka, Paneer methhi, Dal tadka along with Gosht dum biryani. For dessert, a hot and appetizing Gulab jamun makes a perfect end to the meal. One can also try their signature drink, Ganne ka juice, which is served fresh and is very refreshing. Hindustani roti, which consists of four different types of breads from Meerut served with four types of chutneys or dips is very relishing.
The service is swift and efficient and the chef is flexible enough to replace dishes or to add spices or masalas according to the customer&’s demand. The restaurant gives an Indian touch with a pleasant and relaxing ambience and comfortable seating.