#finedining We went for a quick lunch to eshanya's rooftop dining. The ambience feels like a no fuss restaurant with a live kitchen.
We went with the table de hote menu and boy was that value for money!
With a hearty bowl of minestrone followed by paneer tikka and stir fried veggies for appetizers we were already impressed with eshanya's quality. By the time we finished our main course (a few Indian gravies, pulao, rotis and curd rice to be precise) we were almost too full for dessert.
But then the waitstaff brought in a steaming bowl of gajar halwa and we dove into the food once again. The waitstaff were kind and kept coming back to check and re serve what we liked.
Verdict: all the above in 350 bucks, that too in an easily accessible place that is purely Vegetarian? Go for it!