Thalis make an exceptional assortment of delicious delicacies; in short, they are a foodie's culinary paradise. What if you get a giant thali served with over 25 delicacies? Well, that's what a Baahubali thali is - a massive thali loaded with vegetarian fair is exactly what we are talking about. You heard us! House of Parathas at JM Road in Pune offers this Baahubali thali laden with a massive paratha, dals, dum biryani, rice, vegetables, salads, pickles and everything you can imagine in a vegetarian thali. But, why is the thali named Baahubali? Let's find out!
According to the restaurant owner Rahul Rajput, "We happened to watch this movie and thought we should dedicate a thali to the movie. What's most special about the thali is that it contains a huge paratha that is made using five flours and is loaded with paneer tikka masala, red bell pepper, cheese and a few Punjabi masalas. It's about 22 inch in size and weighs over a kilogram. "
But that's not all; apart from the gigantic paratha, the thali comprises six types of vegetables, dal, jeera rice, three types of desserts, raita, salad, farsan, a shake dahi puchka, chapattis, Patiala lassi, vegetable dum biryani and the list goes on. This thali definitely cannot be finished by a single person; it takes about a group of at least six to seven people to demolish the thali! So, if you ever plan to visit this place, make sure you have a bunch of friends.
We dare you and your friends to try this gigantic thali and finish everything that is kept on it. If you have tried it already, then do let us know if you loved the vegetarian Baahubali thali.
Where: B-19, CIFCO, Opposite Sambhaji Garden, JM Road, Pune
Cost: INR 1500 for Baahubali Thali