The restaurant depicts the theme of native India. The ambience is completely desi where you would find Indian glass bangles, khatias (cot), lanterns(kandil), nagada, basuri, cocks & hens statues, dupattas hanging from the ceiling, a hand pump, toy fans which are usually sold at melas, a huge plough hung on the wall and lots of paintings portraying rural activities.
The menu is displayed on wooden rectangular tablets and food is served in aluminum plates & dishes and pudina twigs dipped in drinking water jars.
There are all types cocktails and mock tails available but I would recommend you try Lassi which costs Rs.59, I bet you would not find Lassi as sweet and thickly made as Urban Tadha elsewhere. Apne gao ki yaad aa jayegi yaar! I found a very interesting drink called Masala soda-geera, it consists of soda, chaat masala, coriander; its got a very khatta-meetha tangy taste.
The specialty about this restaurant is that they serve lots and lots of Papads (its for free), no sooner does your papad plate empty, they drop in 5 papads every time.
Under the vegetarian category for starters, you must try Dilliala chilli paneer which costs Rs.148, its got paneer, capsicum, nicely fried onions and it has substantial creamy gravy in which tomatoes (purey) play a predominant role.
Among starters Murgh lasooni kebab which costs Rs.157 is pretty good in which they serve 6 pieces, even Chicken tikka red masala is worth it. The rest of the menu is Punjabi and Mughlai.
In the end they served me complementary desert of yummy, hot & crispy Jalebies with thick fresh malai. Perfect way to end my meal! Wait a minute
.its not over yet; they also served me somph with Jaggery on weights (weights used by our bhajiwala).
They do offer corporate discounts too. Overall the food is good, service is quite fast (10-15mins waiting period). Right from the time you enter Urban Tadka till you alight, its Desi!