The Ashok, Shraman.
Shraman for me is a synonym of simple yet exclusive when it comes to food. Though being a place which serves its food without using garlic and onion, still rocks the taste buds which is actually very difficult task to do and they are the one who have proved themselves from time to time by serving pure SATVIK bhojan (food) to their guests always. The interior and decor of the place is quite Indian culture based and minimalistic in nature which is quite soothing in comparison to the restaurants of these days. They serve Gujarati, Rajasthani cuisine along with North Indian food as well. I visited this restaurant with my friends on the first day of Navratri, since I was quite skeptical about their food so was having my fingers crossed. As it was my first visit to the restaurant I thought of not taking any risk so asked the chef to send dishes as per his suggestion and trust me I was really impressed by his picks. We first started with a welcome drink, then in starters we had Paan ke patte ki chaat, Bhune fal ki chaat, jodhpuri mirch ka pakoda, methi gota and Nayaab tikki.
All of them were done tastefully still paan k patte ki chaat and Nayaab tikki stood outstanding for me. In the mains we got to relish Dal bati Churma, kurkuri bhindi, Bikaneri parantha, paneer Butter Masala and Dal Dhokli. Dal bati Churma was simply scrumptious and Dal dhokli just took my heart away. Paneer Butter Masala was also prepared nicely with apt spices and was going very well with Bikaneri parantha. After having this sumptuous meal it was time for desserts. We got to try Malai Rabri angoori, ghevar and Gulab Jamun. They all proved as a perfect ending to the lovely meal we had. The hospitality of the staff is very impressive and the warmth with which the Chef prepares the food is really commendable. Overall a nice place to visit if you really wanna have some soul satisfying food.