This is our traditional 4 course meal. First you will be served six fresh appetizers that the chef prepares daily. After our wonderful appetizers, you will be served the “Main Course”. This course consists of three different kinds of fresh made breads (Puri, Chapatti, Bajri ki Roti) as well as four delightful subjzis (vegetables) and a lentil soup (Dal). Also served with a carrot and finger hot pickle to spice up your meal! After you treat yourself to the Main Course, you will be served Khicdi (Basmati rice and lentil) and Khadi (Yogurt Broth). This course is also served with white rice. To finish off your experience here at Thali Restaurant, you get our ice cream of the day along with Masala Tea.
Served with cilantro mint & tamarine chutney
It literally means potato fritters. The name “Batata” means potato in English. It consists of a potato mash patty coated with chick pea flour, then deep fried and served hot.
Spicy potato dumplings fried in curried chick pea batter topped with cilantro, tamarind chutneys, and garlic spices. Served on two buttery buns.
Hara Bara Kabob
Boiled potato with spices, cumin seed, mustard seeds, cilantro spinach and then deep fried. The Hara Bara Kabob is commonly referred to as the hot dog shaped roll.
Vegetable cutlets are a great blend of vegetables and spices. These are great as an appetizer, afternoon snack with team or as a side dish with dinner.
A savory steamed cake made from gram flour or chana dal. These are soft, porous, mildly tangy-sweet snacks and are great anytime of the day.
Samosa is a savory flaky pastry stuffed with spicy cumin scented potato.
Khichu (Papadi Lot)
A thick porridge-like mixture made of rice flour and seasoned with cumin seeds. Once prepared, the mixture is often topped with oil. cayenne pepper, and salt.
Chili Pakora (Mirchi Ka Pakora)
A delicious snack for those of you who enjoy the heat of green chilies! Perfect when teamed with a hot cup of masala chai on a cold day.
Nobody can hide their love for this delicious savory made of gram flour and curds, tempered with mustard seeds.
One of the most famous farsan in Gujurat. Lilva (pigeon peas) are curried, spiced, and then rounded and fried with a flaky, crispy shell
Methi Na Gota is crispy Gujarati snack. During winter, Methi Gota are the best snacks. Methi gota is served with fried chili and chopped onions. (Fenugreek leaves fritters)
A popular vegetarian dish in the west region of India. It is known as aluchya vadya in Marathi, Patra in Gujarati, and patrode in the Konkan region of India. Its main ingredient is crushed chickpeas (gram flour) which is wrapped in the leaf of the taro plant.
A spicy snack made by mixing boiled potatoes with a dabeli masala, and putting the mixture between pav (burger bun). This is served with chutneys made from tamarind, dade and garlic.
definitely one of the most popular Indian street foods. It’s everything Indian food is famous for – Spicy, flaky, has a tang to it and is extremely addictive.
Who doesn’t love a freshly fried fritter? These pakoras, chock full of vegetables, and spiced with turmeric and other spices make for a very happy mouth.
a popular and nutritious dish from Gurujat in western India. It is made with rice and urad daal and perfect when served with tamarind and/ or Mint-coriander chutney.
A popular fast food or snack which forms part of the famous street food of Mumbai, India. It is made with potato cutlets/ patties served in a spicy pea gravy and topped with an assortment of chutneys and garnished with freshly chopped coriander leaves.
Chaat, an Indo-Aryan word which literally means lick, is used to describe a range of snacks and fast food dishes that are served all over India.
Bhel Puri is thought to have originated within the Gujarati cafes and street food stalls of Bombay. It is made out of puffed rice, vegetables and a tangy tamarind sauce. Topped with sev (Crunchy chick pea noodles), and Coriander Leaves.
Papdi refers to crispy dough wafers with boiled potatoes, boiled chick peas, chilies, yogurt and tamarind chutney and topped with chaat masala and sev (Crunchy chick pea noodles).
It’s a round, hollow puris, fried crisp and filled with a mixture of flavored water (“pani”), tamarind chutney, chili, masala, potato onion and chickpeas. It is generally small enough to fit completely into one’s mouth.
Amy’s Samosa Chaat
Samosa is served on our Indian version of “Pica de Gallo” with tamarind chutney, sweetened yogurt, sev (crunchy chick pea noodles), and cilantro.
Is a Maharashtrian fast food dish that originated in Mumbai cuisine. It is a spicy preparation with a mixture of vegetables, either whole or mashed, a generous dose of fresh tomatoes, a dollop of butter served with warm bread gently spread with butter.
Is an Indian dish made up of puri and aloo bhaji. The puris aremade up of flat rounds of flour which are deep fried, served with a spiced potato dish and a carrot pickle.
Sev Batata Puri
Sure to tingle your taste buds, Sev Batata Puri are crispy puffed puris filled with seasoned potatoes, diced onions, and sliced tomatoes. It is then drizzled with garlic chutney, tamarine chutney and sev (Crispy chick pea noodles).
Sure to cool down your day and fill up your belly. Dahi vada are pureed Urad dal seasoned and spiced, then deep fried, cooled in ice water, served with a sweetened yogurt, and fresh ground spices.
Khasta Kachori Chaat
Our khasta kachori topped with delicious chutneys and yogurt sauce served with onions, tomatoes and sev (crunchy chick pea noodles).