Making India Come Alive! The ‘Baap’ Of Thali- ‘The Grand Indian Thali’ Open In City

Making India Come Alive! The ‘Baap’ Of Thali- ‘The Grand Indian Thali’ Open In City

Making India Come Alive! The ‘Baap’ (Father) of Thali- ‘The Grand Indian Thali’ Open in City at City Centre Mall, Fourth Floor, Near Cinepolis Theatre-Mangaluru. Experience The Splendour of Vegetarian Indian Cuisine: Fresh, Tasty and Pure Vegetarian; Freshest Ingredients; Culinary Genius; Simply Delicious. The Great Indian Thali – Flavours of India; Indian Hospitality; Rich Heritage; and Colourful India

Mangaluru: The management of Farm Cafe Hospitality Pvt Ltd. who manage “Kobe Sizzlers”; Everyday Supermarket; and ‘Farm Cafe’ have added yet another feather to their cap by launching ‘Grand Indian Thali’, which exclusively serves a wide variety of delicious North Indian cuisine. Experience the amazing richness of Indian vegetarian at the ‘The Grand Indian Thali- where you will experience the flavour of India in each of their beautifully created dishes and available at a buffet with unlimited helpings. You can Savour The Finest-because each and every item on their delectable spread is carefully chosen, cooked with the freshest and finest ingredients and cooked to absolute perfection by a passionate and committed team of chefs. And the best part is that the management and staff know how to make a guest feel at home and special at ‘The Grand Indian Thali restaurant.’

At ‘The Grand Indian Thali’, they are ‘Making India Come Alive’! India has a rich culinary heritage, shaped from various influences through its long history. A culinary tradition which is vibrant, colourful, exciting and flavoursome. It’s just not the food at ‘The Grand Indian Thali’ but the ‘ambiance’ which echoes the beauty of India- Rich, full-bodied, myriad and exotic. The management have worked hard to create an atmosphere which brings India alive at ‘The Grand Indian Thali’. India’s rich heritage, riot of bright colours, the fragrances and, of course, the best pure vegetarian Indian food is embodied at this newest and unique restaurant in the Coastal City of Mangaluru.

‘The Grand Indian Thali’ is much more than a restaurant that serves great vegetarian Indian food. It’s a reflection of India – rich heritage, diverse history and the uniqueness of Indian food which is so vibrant and delicious. Knowing that a connoisseur settles for the finest, and for that matter, ‘The Grand Indian Thali’ restaurant caters to those discerning who want to explore the best in Indian culinary experiences. Their menu is crafted meticulously and offers the finest that Indian vegetarian cuisine has to offer. From the lip-smacking chaats to the delicately flavoured curries every dish on their menu is a fascinating journey of the tastes of India. Therefore,’The Grand Indian Thali’, as the name suggests is a specialty restaurant that serves a wide variety of delicious North Indian cuisine.

The specialty dish that is most in demand here is the Thali. The amazing artwork of this place combined with an affordable menu give its diners a wholesome experience. The Grand Indian Thali is bound to be one of the most popular restaurants in Mangaluru, where the restaurant is all geared up to serve a massive selection of the finest North Indian dishes-also introducing the BEST chaats along with other delights to rejuvenate food connoisseur taste buds. Though the Thali remains the high light of the menu. The head Chef along with assistants are committed to wow everybody with their culinary magic. ‘The Grand Indian Thali’s’ specialties draw inspiration from India’s rich culinary heritage but it’s the Chef’s magic touch that recreates the magic in ‘The Gr Indian Thali’s’ dishes.

The launching of ‘The Grand India Thali’ took place on Friday, 2 February at 6pm at the Fourth Floor, Near Cinepolis Theatre, inside City Centre Mall-Mangaluru. State Minister UT Khader inaugurated the restaurant by cutting the ribbon along with guests of honor Sandalwood actor Diganth Manchale, mononymously known as Diganth (Happy New Year fame); Sandalwood actor Deepak Shetty; Ajay Alexander-Founder and CEO of ‘The Grand Indian Thali’- also joined by the directors of ‘The Grand Indian Thali’ namely- Ajmal Meethal, Haris Ebrahim, David Joseph, Ms Shabana Thaslin and Lohit Nair.

In his inaugural address Minister U T Khader said, ” We all know Mangaluru had the best non-vegetarian restaurants, but very much lacking in good veg restaurants. With the launching of ‘The Grand Indian Thali’ an exclusive vegetarian restaurant I am very much confident that the veg food lovers of Mangaluru and beyond, will satisfy their crave for real and good vegetarian cuisine here at this unique restaurant. The launching of this restaurant is good news for veg food lovers, and those who want to take a break from non-veg cuisine can now stop by at this restaurant, and feel the difference. ‘The Grand Indian Thali’ which has earned name and fame in Bengaluru, will surely do good here in Mangaluru, and also earn high praises from their customers. Let me wish all success to the promoters of this restaurant, and I ask the food lovers of Mangaluru to patronize this restaurant, thereby supporting the promoters who have come up with this unique dining-out place “

Actor Diganth also addressing the crowd said, ”Though my native place is Teerthahalli, I often visit Mangaluru since I have close ties, and I love Kudla food whenever my a pit-stop here. Even though I understand Tulu language, but not quite fluent in speaking. Anyways, “Neeklu Poora Encha Ullar?” I am a food lover and I have tasted food at ‘The Grand Indian Thali’ in Bengaluru, it is simply awesome, where they serve the fine home-style North Indian cuisine. The array of the finest North Indian dishes and the mouth-watering chaats along with other delights rejuvenate food connoisseur taste buds. This restaurant is the right place for food buffs who are craving for real and authentic vegetarian delicacies. I am happy to be part of the launching ceremony of this great restaurant which is making India come alive. Best of luck to the directors, and success galore”. Actor Deepak Shetty also congratulated the promoters and wished them all success in their endeavours. David Joseph, one of the directors welcomed the gathering and VIP’s. The event was professionally compered by Miss Vivya Rodrigues, an engineering student at Sahyadri College of Engineering.

In conclusion, If you are looking for the quantity not the quality this place is not for you. ‘The Grand Indian Thali’ will be serving great thalis (complete Indian meal) from throughout the Indian map. It has good ambiance and decor. The Thali starts with a welcome drink, usually a ‘Katta Meeta Watermelon juice’, which is obviously good for health. The Thali will comprise of seven Sabzis (veg dishes), three starters, four desserts, three types of rice, three types of breads, three chutneys, salads, pickle etc- all items served on a platter freshly cooked and piping hot. To name a few veg dishes are Mutter Makhana, Kadai Paneer, Phindi Chole, Baby Corn Masala, Dal Makhni, Dum Aloo etc.

Fresh breads like phulkas and tawa parathas are replenished promptly and will remind you of shahi mehman nawazi. A choice from a range of desserts like Shrikhand, Jalebi, Aam Ras Malai, Gulab Jamoon is a great way to end your meal. You can also opt for the chaat counter, which serves all-time favourites like Pani Puri, Dahi Bhalla, Aloo Tikki, Raj Kachori and Papdi Chaat. As you would have guessed ‘The Great Indian Thali’, is a unique Thali restaurant and no doubt will be one of the finest restaurants serving fine home-style massive North Indian cuisine. As is evident from the name, the thali remains the highlight of the menu but it also offers a variety of chaats and mocktails, that are equally tempting. Serving only vegetarian items, it has a limited menu but each and every dish is presented with utmost care and love. This is a great place for groups, whether it is a family outing, a friends hangout or a formal dinner. So make your next dine-out to savour exclusive and authentic vegetarian at ‘The Grand Indian Restaurant’. Bon Appetit!

THE GRAND INDIAN THALI
Fourth Floor, Near Cinepolis Theatre, In City Centre Mall, Mangaluru
Phone: 0824-2427428

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