Ever planned to get out of the crowded life into a peaceful rural area? We got a Village in this crowded Urban setup which is perfectly like the soul of India. It is a perfect paradise to get out of the busy Urban life and have a peek at the ongoing Village carnival. Located at three places, this is a place where they provide a unique experience of Village life. It is located on the fifth floor of Central Mall, JP Nagar. They serve Vegetarian Indian cuisine which I loved it.
Ambiance: The complete theme is of the Village, with trees, carts, carnival, cotton candy, Kulfi, puppet shows, Pan shop, and a village well. The seating looks good. Spacious for almost two hundred people. Also there will be regular live performances and a kids’ zone.
As it is a buffet system, we got to explore every counter for Drinks, Starters, Chaats, main course, and desserts.
We started with the drinks and I had masala Chaas which was refreshing. Loved it.
I had some fruit salad and Chana Aloo Salad which was tasty.
I reached Chaat counter and explored the Dahi Puri, Masala Puri, and Pani Puri. I loved them all. Was Nostalgic by the taste.
Then tried Soya Chaap which was really good.
Honey Chili Potato was amazing. I recommend it.
I got some crackers and papad and I went to the Live Tandoor Counter.
Whatever type of Assorted bread you’d want, you will get it. The best part is you can apply ghee there as much as you can.
I tried Dal Makhni, Chana , Paneer , Veg Handi Kurma and a kulcha and Naan.
I loved the taste. Best Indian meal ever.
Then I had the Veg Biryani, Bisi Bele Bhaat, and Noodles.
Biryani was good, but I felt Bisi Bele bhaat was a disaster. Please work on it or remove it from the menu.
For Desserts, I had Balushahi, Gajar ka Halwa and Jamoon. I loved them.
I would love to bring my family and friends to the place again. It was a worthy experience for just INR 450.
Written by: Akhilesh Math
Edited by: Lipi Gupta