‘Marwar style’ is how the cuisine served by a restaurant franchise located Mumbai known as Maharaja Bhog can best be described. This food outlet has also been initiated in Kochi and internationally in Dubai and Houston. According to the website of this eatery, the management believes in the old Indian adage ‘Atithi Devo Bhava’, which literally means ‘guests are equivalent to God’, and hence tries its best to satisfy its customers. Furthermore, it is basically known for its delightful pure vegetarian ‘thalis’.

a. About Maharaja Bhog:

‘A fusion of Rajasthani and Gujarati’ is the cuisine served at this eatery situated in Mumbai known as Maharaja Bhog. According to its website, the recipes used in this restaurant have been passed on from one generation to the other. In addition, warm hospitality is also what the management at this outlet attempts to provide the customer with. Furthermore, this franchise is available in the ‘Maximum City’ at the Oberoi Mall in Goregaon East, Inorbit Mall Malad West, Juhu in close proximity to the beach, Powai near Hiranandani Gardens, and Lower Parel.

b. The ‘food and drinks’ served and ‘ambiance’ surrounding Maharaja Bhog:

‘Pure vegetarian cuisine’ is what Maharaja Bhog, a food outlet located in Mumbai is known for. The menu comprises of a ‘thali’ (a food plate) which includes items such as Poppadums, two types of chutney, two type of pickles, two types of rice, a welcome drink, two types of dal, two types of curries, two types of desserts, salad, a sweet pan masala and two types of Indian bread. The beverages served over here include Zafrani Chai , smoked chaas, and sugarcane juice. The ambiance surrounding this wonderful food franchise is ‘pleasant’ and is ideally suited for families.

c. The ‘cost’ of food and beverage at Maharaja Bhog:

The average cost of a meal for two at an Maharaja Bhog outlet is about Rs 1,180. In terms of beverages, Zafrani Chai, smoked chaas, and sugarcane juice are all priced at Rs 60.

It is thus a fusion of a cool ambiance and the wonderful Rajasthani-Gujrathi pure vegetarian ‘Thali’ served which makes Maharaja Bhog, an eatery in Mumbai that must be visited especially by people who are ‘veggies’.

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