While they claim to serve authentic mughlai food, I found their servings to be more on Punjabi style with use of tomato and very spicy and oily.
There was too much oil in their chicken gravies while snacks were not properly cooked. Obviously my comparison here is with authentic mughlai food and I am definitely disappointed. Also, the staff is not polite and you won't find any smile of their face. Sometimes they are rude.
Consider it like a normal North Indian restaurant and you will enjoy it but don't go with high expectations of authentic mughlai food and you will be disappointed
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