Its all about Paranthas and More!!
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When I called MTP to book the table, we were told they book it only till 7:30PM and beyond that, we need to walkin and wait…
I dint want to be late. So, me and my friend made it on time.
The small stair entrance leads you towards the beautiful door and the moment you step in, you would find the dim lit dining hall, with the shiny read and off-white stones laid on the floor. Those shiny red ones are like the one in Umerkot. We opted for the corner table, next to the window.. the interiors showcases the mughul kinda work all over. The walls, the tables, the design on the window pane, the attire of the waiters, etc… It has a royal and the luxurious look reminding one about the old Delhi and the Rajasthan
The table has the thick black stone with the intricate pattern of smaller stones inlaid on it. Looked like one of the finest of the mughul work extremely detailed and delicate. The drinks menu card was the usual… the next menu card given, had the chaats , starters and the mocktail list. We ordered the Dahi puchka which I loved though my friend felt it was a little too sweet. Then it was the Stuffed Aloo Gulnar which tasted amazing with the mint chutney!!
Along with this, we also ordered the Mr.India (mocktail) and Sweet lassi. Lassi was the usual but, Mr.India was good!
For the main course, they have a separate menu card which is exhaustive!!! There are hundreds of mouth watering paranthas listed!!
Banjee ke roti (the usual ones we get in any other restaurant), Kabil-e-tarif, Pocket parantha, Jodhpur ke khazane se, Regular Masahari Stuffed Paranthas, Premium Shakahari Stuffed Paranthas, Paranthewali Gali Ki Peshkash were a few of the classifications under which there were a number of paranthas listed.
The waiter suggested the Jodhpuri Garlic Parantha and the Chur chur Parantha (mix of chakki flour, suji, butter and ajwain kneaded, stuffed and roasted). This was crisp and crushed and was too heavy by the time we finished it. The Dal-e-MTP with those paranthas was the best combination. It was cooked with lots butter and cream. The meal was wholesome and sumptuous.
It was one of the best meals I ever had in the recent past. Really!!
A meal for two without drinks would approximately cost Rs.1100/-
The service was quick and prompt and the waiters helped us in selecting the paranthas.
The ambience was brilliant, food was excellent and the price was slightly on the expensive side.
A highly recommended place for the exuberant ambience with delicious food :)
More Than Paranthas is located @ 610, 6th Block, 80 Feet Main Road, Koramangala, Bangalore
Phone 41724630, 41724640, 41724650
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