I visited this place not knowing what to expect. The ambience is traditional village like and that was excellent. The customer service is exactly what you would expect in India (as I said in the title "Experience of Real Indian tradition"). We were told that we have to wait for 45 minutes and we agreed as we were not very hungry when we went there (that is the key, soon you will know why). We started enjoying the puppet show, traditional gujrati music. My wife joined other visitors for garba dance around bonfire.They told us someone will call our name. We waited and found that they are not calling any other names too. So we became restless and started running after the authorities there (typical taste of Indian tradition). People with more influence were gettting ahead of us (again as I said 'read indian tradition'). Finally after lots of follow up and 2-3 hrs (now we were fully hungry and angree, remember that is the key) We ultimately forgot all manners and just grabbed one table and told them you got to serve now that's it (Indian tradition?). And now here comes the food. The greatest food I ever experienced in my life. The waiters in traditional dresses, were coming one after another and serving the food in real indian tradition, requesting us to eat more and more. We forgot all our dietary restrictions and ate as if that was last day in our life and wanted to enjoy the moment at it's best. Then we had icecream in a matka like container. This place is visited by all our cricket players and it is there favorite place. Almost all celebrities have visited this place, so they have absolutely no reason to respect ordinary customers like me. When your business becomes welknown, there is no need to respect customers.(Typical Indian tradition) The taste of food removed all our bad feelings and we left the place in very contented and happy mood. All they need to do is assign a number and call it out, but they do not have sound system to anounce anything as it is a typical indian village, no lights even (only lantern and few dim lights). This is typical indian way of business : We are the best, love it or leave it.
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