Relish Unlimited Authentic Rajasthani Thali In Sharjah For AED35 Only At Rajasthan Al Malaki

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by Vaishalee Kalvankar
by Vaishalee Kalvankar 278

India is filled with colours and cuisines. Every cuisine in India has its own speciality. One thing in any foreign land every Indian misses is the food. Well, not really when you have restaurants like Rajasthan Al Malaki in Sharjah. This restaurant in Sharjah offers you a setting that teleports you to Rajasthan and serves the most authentic Rajasthani thali at just AED35. Yes, you read that right. 

Unlimited Authentic Rajasthani Thali In Sharjah

Rajasthan Al Malaki serves the most authentic Rajasthani thali in Sharjah at AED35 and the best part is that it is unlimited. You can savour about 28 luscious dishes made with Indian spices that will for sure satiate your Indian Rajasthani food cravings.

The highlight of the food is that all the dishes are served with pure ghee over them. The thali includes dishes like Dal Baati Churma, Dal Marwari, Jodhpuri Kadi, Rice Corn Motiya Pulao, Khaman Dhokla, Special Dal Marwari, Kesari Malpua,  Bajra Na Rotla, Jodhpuri Gatta Curry and so on. The traditional flavours in every dish are surely going to win your heart. 

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Feel The Warmth And Royalty Of Rajasthan At This Restaurant

All the dishes from the Indian state of Rajasthan are available at Rajasthan Al Malaki. You can feel the royalty and warmth of Rajasthan as soon as you enter the restaurant. The traditional royal-style interiors of the restaurant exude magic and elegance. 

The staff members at the restaurant sport traditional white dhotis and kurtas with colourful turbans. The utensils used to serve the food are also very much reminiscent of the culture of this rich Indian state. All the thalis served here are accompanied by Masala Chaas which is the most integral part of any thali in Rajasthan. The restaurant has left no stone unturned to give you the perfect homely feel that the state is known for. 

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Do visit the restaurant, enjoy the thali, click loads of pictures and don’t forget to tag Curly Tales when you upload them.

Feature Image Credits: Instagram/ Rajasthan Al Malaki 

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