Noida residents need not travel all the way to Rajasthan for a shahi dinner in a heritage property, for it is now available a restaurant in sector 142. Baraamda Heritage with its heavy wooden interiors, chandeliers and royal maroon walls offer you the complete feel of being a Maharaja/Maharani.
To top it off, the restaurant has a distinct way of greeting visitors. All guests are welcomed to the sound of lively dhol. Additionally, this unique location hosts the Kathputli show for the visitors' amusement and to give a unique sense of Rajasthani royalty.
Like the interiors, the menu is dedicated to serving royal Indian cuisine including meat preparations such as Mutton Rogan Josh. Among other specialities are Chicken Gulbari, Kasundi and fish tikkas. Vegetarians will also find tasty treats on the menu, such as the restaurant's signature Dal Makhani and the Baraamda special paneer.
The place offers luxury dining on a minimum average budget of 1000 for two people, where one can have their family dinners or romantic dates. With a comfortably large seating area, the restaurant can accommodate a gathering of nearly 250. Thus, it is fit for small gatherings.
The space also has tiny huts for romantic nights or special occasions. At night, when the fairy lights come up, it sure creates a vibe. Nitin Sharma, a visitor at the restaurant, says, "While today's youth adore Italian and Mexican cuisine, I still adore the wonderful flavour of Indian food. I like the restaurant because the design and menu are in sync with the theme of Indian culture. The chicken dishes are very good here. The good choice of ambient music also gives a relaxed feel to the place."