People used to go here for a visual and musical treat.
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Can one evening spent with two strangers be such exuberant fun?
Two readers, who I'd never met before but who'd emailed me, on my invitation joined me on my food-adventures. The bright and helpful Yajur Taxali is a true blue Punjabi, passionate about food and travel.
A mechanical engineer by qualification, he works with an educational organisation. Who'd ever imagine that this intriguingly-named new eatery would serve authentic Punjabi and North Indian food.
The charming and ever-smiling Eesha Singh is a communications graduate and works in advertising. Walk past the two almond trees (therefore the name) into the charming small three-sectioned 76-seater eatery, with an open air, lantern-lit terrace.
We discovered a VFM Punjabi eatery and a three-levelled 'Nonsense' too. The home spun quality of the food and the warmth of the service makes it a memorable experience.
No dish costs more than Rs 200 and each one is infused with authentic masalas.
Tushar Gupta brings his passion for cooking (since the age of six) and experience in five star hotels to the table.
Homesick Punjabis will do a bhangra on tasting the unusual rotis (Mirch roti, gobi roti, mooli roti) flavoursomely stuffed and well made.
Rich and pungent Mutton Bhuna, traditional Lasooni Chicken, Achari Paneer are recommended.
Home-style staple of Rajma Chawal is tasty though not the best. Outside this narrow three-floored building has "Nonsense" written all over it.
The Vadi Wala Chawal disappoint as does the Phirni. Every inch of the walls scream with some colourful photo or message and invariably none of them make sense.