It’s time for Navratri and Delhi is already hosting the fare with options for “Saatvik” fast-friendly meals and vegetarian snacks. A navratri thali at Pind Balluchi has plenty of assorted food without onion garlic. You can remain a foodie during times of fasting too! 🙂
Contents of the Navratri Thali at Pind Balluchi
I was there at their Connaught Place outlet yesterday and chose the full thali, since I was hungry! It costs about Rs. 325/- without taxes – quite reasonable for the following items they served:
- 2 kuttu puris
- Aloo sabzi
- Sabudana Kheer
- Veg pakoras
- Sabudana Papad
- Plain papad
- Paneer sabzi
- Malai kofta
- Satvam Pulao
- Pineapple Raita
Except the pakoras being slightly sour, the overall spread was quite good. Generally the curries have plenty of oil, but aloo sabzi was rather balanced. Overall rating would be 3.5 out of 5.
There are 2 other versions in the fasting menu:
- Combo meal for 225/-
- Combo meal for 265/-
Both have few items reduced from the full thali. There are no sweets in either option, but you can upload a quick review on Zomato and win a sweet treat 🙂 I didn’t try it, though Gulab Jamuns would have been delicious!
Pictures of the Navratri Thali at Pind Balluchi
That’s the Navratra special thali… if you’d like to know more about the place and the food, ask us in the comments!
The decor at Pind Balluchi has a village theme. Copper glass and embossed Tiffin box placed in wall niches with accent lighting can be seen in the picture above.
Pind Balluchi has more than 10 outlets in Delhi NCR and is present in close to 15 cities in India. So you can enjoy a sumptuous Navratri thali even outside Delhi!
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