This place has stood the test of time , and even the suave manager is ageless , as it seems ,always polite , yet pucca professional to the core.
If you are there for lunch or dinner , their biryanis are always the best choice , and a good value for your money . if you want some thing less oily , non-spicy , try their typical Persian dishes , listed on the wall , like Chello kebabs ,or Chello Murg .One dish is adequate for two , but if you are real hungry , you can finish it alone,too.
However , never order the dishes made in the kitchen of the portico , as when i tried their fish-n -chips the other day , it was a dismal affair to my dismay , as it was just a skinny pomfret , over-fried and too crisp , with hardly 4 or 5 chips , costing 170 bucks !
I did report it later to the manager , and he said he would compensate for it next time , but the it's always better to avoid disappointment , by correct choices from the menu , and i made a mistake this time.
For dinners , one can try chicken rotisserrie , which is slowly grilled , and the spices are quite tasty .
They have also renovated their toilet facilities which are literally non-existent in Pune , in a restaurant of this type .
No liquors , no smoking , if that suits you , go ahead , when you are next in that area ; the pricing is also moderate , and a good meal complete with a dessert would cost about 350 rupees per head .