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Yet another Nirula's


WHILE THOSE who love to eat fast food or Cowboy meals are in increasing frequency now, there are still others who may prefer a meal, which tastes closer to what they get at home. Any meeting point between the two different types? Well, yes.

With the sole purpose of striking a perfect balance, where a family can sit in a restaurant - without bothering to arrive at a consensus on the dishes - and enjoy an exciting luncheon or dinner, Nirulas has recently opened its branch at New Delhi's New Friends Colony. The outlet boasts of a wide assortment of dishes and to put it in the food chain's General Manager, Sandeep Madan's words, "A family can eat a traditional Indian meal in the restaurant for Rs. 300."

There is the typical Butter Chicken with crispy rotis, vegetarian thali with Masala Channa and Tandoori Kulchas, non-vegetarian thali with seekh kababs besides dal and naans, all for Rs. 89 each.

The GM hopes, "Where Grandley cinema hall once stood, a mall is being renovated these days, which when completed would attract a heavy throng of Delhiites to Nirulas".

Among the fast food, the ubiquitous Big Boy Burger of the restaurant seems to be quite a favourite. Also, the Tandoori Pizzas could be an enjoyable affair.

However, a word of caution: the creamy, extra-filing milkshakes should be sipped bottoms down as too much of it might play spoilsport to your main course.

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