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Ji Huzoor.. Mughal Theme Dining at affordable price

11:35 AM

On my 31st Bday, I wanted to try a theme restaurant, I had already splurged too much on my Anniversary which is celebrated at Taj Vivanta (will blog about it later), so I wanted to search for a theme restaurant which doesn't burn a hole in my pocket .. and then I discovered Ji Huzoor.
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It is located opposite to Inorbit mall in Whitefield and the ambiance is themed on a Mughal or Persian kind of look. My kid was super-exited to see this place, as she got hold of lots of glass and ceramic items to break :( She was running around this place looking at jhoomers, mirrors, hangings etc.
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Food:

Very good. They have a buffet dinner costing ~500 per head with host of menu options for salads, starters, main course and desserts. However, this place only serves Indian cuisine (veg/non veg both) and does not have continental (pasta, pizza etc.) on the menu.
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In buffet they have chats, Panner tikka, chicken kababs, gravies, types of breads, biryani and lots of similar options. We ordered some regular stuff - a dish of Muglai chicken and roti and it tasted awesome.
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In the meanwhile, my kid getting restless, so we didn't order any desserts or drinks and had to leave fast. But I saw people enjoying the sumptuous buffet at their own leisure.

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Service -

Very very good. The attendants are polite and serve fast. Even though my kid broke a glass (which seemed expensive) they very calmly handled the situation and smiled nicely.
 
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Ambiance:

Photos speak for itself. Right from the sitting arrangement, large sofa seats, to the mirrors on the walls, the designer glasses and even the salt-pepper shakers have been matched to the theme of this place. There is a candle on each table, lights are bit low to enhance the feel of Persian era. There is a small light below the table which reflects through the glass table top.

 
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Price:

Reasonable. Buffet price is Rs.500/- per head (I went on weekdays, so not sure of the price for weekends). The Ala-carte menu is also quite good and the quantity if sufficient per dish. All veg and non veg dishes range from 150-250 price range. Cost of ala-carte dinner for two will be around Rs.700/-

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Location:

Opposite Inorbit mall, Whitefield (It is near the Bus stand). It is located on the 4th floor - they have a lift. There is ample space for parking the car (but they charge Rs.20 as parking charges) - no valet parking available.
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This is a must go place with friends and family. Strongly recommended for those who enjoy Indian cuisine.
You may browse more reviews on Zomato!!!
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8 comments

  1. very interesting... lovely pics...
    Cheers, Archana - www.drishti.co

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  2. I feel the theme-based places are the best if you are serious about them. We recently stayed in Sydney in a theme-based hotel and absolutely loved it!

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    1. You are right Alok.. Do share your Sydney experience on your blog :) it will be interesting to read..

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