Khana Khazana - a month-old restaurant - introduces its Unlimited Thali Fest. Strangely, the individual thalis pack in all the cuisines that they can, and yet are bracketed separately into Hyderabadi, North-Indian, South-Indian and Chinese.
The cheapest thali is the South-Indian one, with its regular rasam, sambar, Aloo curry, rice and Podiyal. The surprise deals in this are the papads and the pooris. Similarly, the North-Indian thali, apart from including Kadai Vegetable, Butter Paneer Masala, Dal Fry, roti, pulao and papad, has the sambar. Now, whoever heard of a Punjabi meal being washed down with a piping hot bowl of sambar?
The Hyderabadi thali is a little more defined, with Bagare Baingan, Kaddu Ka Dalsha, Aloo and Beans Curry, biryani and roti. The Chinese platter is thankfully purely Chinese (or whatever is termed as Chinese by our chefs, who think that everything requires a sprinkling of turmeric).
The meals may not be well demarcated, but then again, do we really care? At prices such as these, and also the fact that you get just about everything, your taste buds manage to adjust to a few shocks. Please contact Khana Khazana on 3091-3537 or 3091-3578 for further details.