Balaji Bhawan Indian Vegetarian Restaurant

Balaji Bhawan Indian Vegetarian Restaurant

Balaji Bhawan Indian Vegetarian Restaurant

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67%   (6 votes)
4 / 6

Balaji Bhawan offers some of the best Indian Cuisine serving a tantalising collection of dishes that are suitable for large group gatherings, family, catching up with friends and colleagues. From North Indian Thali to Naan and Curry, its extensive menu is reflective of the stall’s effort to cater to every palate.

This stall is locatedalong Syed Alwi Road. Inside the restaurant, the interior design resembles Hot Chips, with almost an American style diner theme. Although very similar to Hot Chips, I find that Balaji Bhawan has done a better job. With there being booths and other nice seating arrangements.MUST TRY: Indulge in their mouth-watering dishes such as Aloo Matter Curry, Chana Masala, Coconut Curry, Curd, Daal Makhani, Executive Thali, Jeera Rice, Paneer Masala, Poppadom and Raj Kachori.

Hours:

Daily: 10:00 - 11:30

Address:
103 Syed Alwi Road

Cuisine:
Asian, Indian, South Indian, Vegetarian



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