Navratras are a period to observe austerity and discipline. A lot of us fast for these nine days for various reasons which include appeasing deities, detoxification, to knock off the extra kilos or just because others are doing it. As someone once said, fasting is just a change of diet. Some people manage to survive nine days by simply eating fruits or on a glass of milk but a foodie like me needs two meals a day. But here we have some options to make your Navratri meals exciting as well
Here are few of the places offering scrumptious thalis :
Serving Traditional Thalis With Love & Affection are Reminiscence Of Indian Culture. Manbhavan carries the tradition forward by serving the most authentic Premium Rajasthani and Gujarati Thalis. This Navratri, they serve the premium Navratri Thalis…..Sabzi, roti, Puri, Sweets….replete with the tradition intact!…All for INR 599.
Where: R 310, 3rd floor, ambience mall, ambience island NH-8, Gurgaon
Cost: INR 599
Starting from the very first day of Navratri, They have a really yummy Navratri package curated for all of us! The package will comprise of a lot of yummy delicacies and will leave you spellbound.
Where: 42, Golf Course Road, DLF Phase V, Sector 43, Gurugram
A scrumptious meal, that is guaranteed to fill your tummy is being offered at Bristol and Oh My My, I cannot wait for Navratri! The meal will cost INR 599 plus taxes and will be available post-Navratri too till the 29th! Sweet Lassi
Cut Fruits, Plain Curd, Aloo Jeera, Paneer Makhani, Makhane Ki Sabji, Samak ke Chawal, Kuttu Ke Aate Ki Puri, Singhara Aloo, Pakora, Sabudana Papad, Swang Ke Chawal Ki Kheer…..the thali is scrumptious!
Where: The Bristol Hotel, DLF Phase-1, Gurgaon
The special Thali here promises guests a variety of mouth-watering delicacies including paneer ki sabzi, Bhuna ananas ki chaat, aloo ki sabzi, Sitafal sabzi, Kheera Angoor ka raita, Sabudana ki khichdi, Singhade ki poori, Sabu Dane ki khichdi, Kesari lassi with Rasmalai in desserts amongst others.
These dishes are crafted keeping in mind the ingredients & flavours that are in harmony with the fasting beliefs.
Where: At Multiple Locations in Gurgaon
Cost: INR 250
The Sweets and savouries experts manage to entice patrons even during Navratras. They offer a special navratra thali in addition to falahari snacks, chaat, namkeens and beverages.
Where: Plot no 3-5, Sector 29, Gurgaon
Cost: INR 300
One of the best things about this joint is they succeed in bringing flavour to every festival. Their Navratri thali is a fulfilling affair with puris, aloo sabzi, samak ki khichdi and my favourite the paneer tikka.
Where: Ground floor 54, Vyapar Kendra, Sushant Lok 1, Gurgaon
One of the best places for a sumptuous Navratri Thali prepared without garlic, onions & salt. All dishes are prepared with utmost precaution, without using ordinary cooking oil. The Place offers an elaborate vegetarian menu & street food which also happens to be economical. You can have Street Food, Fast Food, North Indian, South Indian, Desserts and Chinese food items at Haldiram. For Navratras, the thali will cost you around Rs 500 for 2 people.
Where: MG Road, Cyber Hub (DLF Cyber City), Sohna Road, Ambience Mall, DLF Phase 1
Zambar has curated a Navratri special Thali, abiding by the no-onion, no-garlic and all vegetarian rule. The thali consists of dishes like Singara Puri, Samak Pulao, Paneer Masala, Chironji ki Daal, Potato Kola, Saguthana Payasam along with delightful salad options.
Where: Zambar, Ambiance Mall, Gurgaon
Cost: INR 390
The first meal is in accordance with the Navratra rules which include no food grains, salt, onion, garlic. The ingredients that can be used are certain vegetables, potato, sago, and kuttu /singhade ka atta. Gurgaon being a gastronomical paradise keeps its citizens hogging on a fantastic fare with amazing Navratri Thali even during this austere fasting period.