The road from Rewari to Gurgaon has a bunch of restaurants and dhabas which are located on the road itself and serve to the people traveling on this road. These roadside restaurants are built in massive areas and known by their names making them a brand. I visited one of such restaurants one fine winter evening along with my friends. This restaurant which is famous by its name Rajwada the Food Court is located in Dharuhera on Delhi Jaipur Expressway.
While several other such restaurants can be found such as Mannat, Rao, etc. Rajwada the Food Court caught my attention due to its design and decoration. The camel and other animal figurine placed at the entrance is something eye-catching, especially for the kids.
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Rajwada the Food Court – Located on Delhi – Jaipur Expressway
Delhi – Jaipur Expressway is home to several nice and big restaurants. While I was returning from Gurgaon with my friends, we stopped at Rajwada the Food Court. The word Rajwada is something related to royal, princely in Rajasthan however I am not sure what its literary meaning is. But it is for sure related to royal kings. Well, the exterior of this restaurant as well as the interior both are mesmerizing.
It had that desi Rajasthani feel which makes you feel like you are in a typical Rajasthani culture. The design and decoration on the walls and the theme of this restaurant not only depict the culture but also highlights and defines its name too. This means it goes well with the name.
Built in a massive area, there’s ample place to sit and dine with the family. The restaurant also offers space for birthday celebrations and other such celebration events. We walked in and the gateman opened the entrance gate for us. Nice gesture! After entering, I looked around the space which mesmerized me due to the feel and theme. However, the most important thing was the food which I had to taste through the interior and other things looked nice to me.
After sitting for a while, we ordered. Dal makhani, kadhai paneer, raita, butter roti, salad, etc. And then we had to wait and wait and wait some more. The order took a long to reach our dining table. Well, it does take time to prepare but I wasn’t expecting this much of time. We were busy chit-chatting with each other and meanwhile, we kept asking the person who received our order.
Well, after a long wait, the meal occupied all the space of the table. The way the meal was served, it looked delicious. However, it was average. The dal was pretty average, there wasn’t anything in it for which I could ask you to go and try. Also, it’s all about personal perspective as well. However, I didn’t like it. The place looks amazing from outside as well as inside, no doubt.