[crossposted from zomato] The rating is as much for the experience as for the food. The food was excellent and we tend to be critical of outside food in general. But the point is, this place is, literally, a farm, and the owners are happy to show you around. We saw their (free-range) chickens, their buffaloes, their turkeys, their crops of bitter gourds, okra, corn etc, their cows, their horses. And our dog was welcome there. They also sell their own (organic) produce, milk products, and other things. Go if you want a relaxed and enjoyable afternoon not far from the city, and don`t worry about the food, it`s perhaps not as fancy as some elite places in the city, but it`s certainly healthier and most definitely delicious, and anyway it`s not the point of the place. Oh, all right. It has a very large list of pizzas (which we didn't try, since we`re going gluten-free), numerous other continental-inspired dishes, and some Indian items. We had a vegetable bake, a grilled pomfret, a paneer steak, and a chocolate mousse, all of which merit a thumbs-up.