Rang Mahal Hot
With slick stonework and glass, mood lighting and luxury finishings, this does not feel like your typical Indian restaurant. But the scent of lingering spices – not to mention the tables laden with curries and lassis – gives the game away. The food is delicious, whether it’s fat prawns crimson from the tandoor oven; minced lamb kebabs perfumed with cloves; or piles of garlicky and buttery naans.
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serious fine dining
Rang Mahal - A legacy of fine dining since 1971.
What strikes you first is the fact that the ambience and lighting at Rang Mahal is a tad bit different from other north indian fine dining restaurants you would have come across. Very classy, subdued and subtle. I like :)
If you can afford to dine here or bring VIP guests for dinner to Rang Mahal, then I guess price is not an issue but just for the benefit of all, let me run down what your typical bill would look like. Expect to pay around $50 per person for lunch, $90 if you're planning to get the Thali platter for dinner or $135 for the 7-course Heritage Menu.
But hey, this is no ordinary place, they are the proud winners of many prestigious culinary awards all over the globe. You are definitely dining with the best.