In the wake of the recent judgement passed by the Supreme Court of India, regarding the restaurants serving alcohol within 500 metres of the highway, we'd suggest that you call the restaurants to ensure whether they serve alcohol before you visit. Thank you.
Exorbitantly priced and nowhere close to fine dining
Exorbitantly priced and definitely not worth what you pay for. The food is mediocre and don't even get me started on the portions -- they seem to be trying hard to follow the fine dining concept but oh boy, have they got it wrong. For starters -- soiled table cloth, no fancy silverware, plating = 0, portion size = similar to fine dining where they serve you a small portion just so you taste it, taste = average, authenticity = no where close to the menu description. We ordered for a chicken gilafi as a starter and got served what looked like one kebab cut into 6 small pieces.. Next we tried to play it safe by ordering the mutton biryani which ended up being coated in too much masala which killed all the other flavors. Dessert was the rose and rum tiramisu which was their only saving grace.
To sum up - Not worth the price you pay. No where close to fine dining. Fancy descriptive menu descriptions do not match to what is actually served to you.
P.S. - Zomato classifies this place as casual dining. No casual dining place prices a single dish at Rs 2500 (NZ lamb chops). I can bet you anything it is just our humble old Indian lamb that they will serve you.