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Biggest Thalis of India That You Must Challenge Yourself With!

Biggest Thalis of India That You Must Challenge Yourself With!

Ritika Gupta

If you love to eat, then you must try to challenge yourself with the following 7 Biggest Thalis Of India!


Thali is an Indian Term for a food-platter which serves authentic dishes, meals or cuisines of India.

  1. Khali Bali Thali Challenge
  • In our list of Biggest Thalis of India, the first has to be Khali Bali Thali! It serves 40 delicacies in a single plate, weighing around 4kgs, thus requiring 2 people to carry one platter.
  • The Vegetarian Thali costs Rs. 1900 and Non-Vegetarian Thali prices Rs. 2299. Thali for a single person costs Rs. 400.
  • If you wish, you can also enter a Khali Bali Thali Challenge in which you have to finish the plate within 40 minutes. If you win, you can get a Being Human Cycle worth Rs. 60,000
  • Location: Connaught Cir, Block N, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi-110001
  • Khali Bali Thali is served in the afternoon only. The place is open 24×7.
  1. Bahubali Thali
  • Amongst other Biggest Thalis of India, another one is Bahubali Thali. It is made and served by the Aaoji Khaoji Pure Vegetarian Restaurant. There’s a challenge for this as well.
  • The Bahubali Vegetarian Thali serves 11 main course dishes, 2 dals, 3 types of rice, 2 types of roti, butter, 2 types of yoghurt, 2 glasses of Patiala Buttermilk (lassi), 6 types of papad and desserts, pickle and salad.
  • Price: Rs 1999 for vegetarian platter and non-vegetarian platter, Rs 2299– (plus taxes)
  • Location: Shop-31, Raghukul Nagari, Opposite Patil Complex, Ambedkar Chowk, Bopodi, Khadki, Pune, Maharashtra.
  • The restaurant is open from 11am to 11:30pm on all days.
  1. Chokhi Dhani’s Rajasthani Kumbhakarna Thali
  • If you wish to have a complete taste of Rajasthani food, you should definitely visit Chokhi Dhani. Here you’ll find various Thalis, including Tiranga Thali, Rajinikanth Thali, Dharmendra Thali and several more.
  • Kumbhkaran Thali is the Thali provided for the challenge to be finished within 45-minutes. If you win, you might be rewarded with Rs 11,000 and place on the Fame-Wall.
  • Location: Chokhi Dhani Village, Rajasthani Restaurant, 12 Miles Tonk Road, Goner Mod Flyover, Sitapura, Jaipur, Rajasthan 303905.
  • Rajasthani Thali (Choupal) will cost between Rs. 600 to Rs 1100.
  • The restaurant remains open from 5:30pm to 11pm on all days.
  1. Kesariya Thali
  • There are 32 delicacies in Kesariya Thali. It is also the speciality of this Rajasthani Restaurant.
  • Another biggest thali in India that costs around Rs 1200.
  •  Location: 15 Cross Road, 19 Main Rd, near Goenka Chambers, 2nd Phase, J. P. Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560078.
  • Timings are 12pm to 3:30pm and 7pm to 10pm on all days.
  1. Grand Dara Singh Thali 
  • Total of 36 dishes includes 3 options of Chaat, 4 Beverages, Soup, 7 Dessert Types, number of pickles, chutneys and many more!
  • The Non-vegetarian platter might also include tikkas and kebabs.
  • The Grand Dara Singh Thali will cost under Rs 1500.
  • Location: Masaledaar By Mini Punjab, 1st Floor, The Thane Club, Mohan Koppikar Road, Teen Hath Naka, Opposite Raheja Garden, Thane.
  • Price: Around Rs 999+ for veg-plate and around Rs 1,299 for the non-veg platter.
  1. Shree Thaker Bhojanalay Gujarati Thali
  • Serving since 1945, the Shree Thaker Bhojanalay Thali of Gujarat includes 4 sabzi types, potato curry, dal, kadhi, khandvi and a lot more!
  • Everything on this platter is made with pure desi ghee.
  • The rates are around 1,300 for two people.
  • Location: Building No. 31 Dadiseth Agyari Lane, Off, Kalbadevi Road, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400002.
  • The restaurant is open between 11am to 3pm and then from 7pm to 9pm. On Monday’s it is only open in the morning.
  1. Sukanta Pure Veg Thali
  • This one offers a really affordable price to a big thali! It consists of 25 dishes, including chaat, 4 sabzis, fried frasan, steamed frasan, 3 types of roti, dal, kadhi, 2 kinds of rice and a lot more!
  • The restaurant specialises in both Gujrati and Rajasthani Thalis.
  • Price: Rs 300 and on weekends, Rs 350 (including taxes).
  • Location: 636, near Z Bridge, Deccan Gymkhana, Pune, Maharashtra 411004.
  • The timings are between 12pm to 3:30pm and 7pm to 10:30pm.

There are many more Thalis to experiment with, but these are 7 of the must-taste and try! Suggest some more flavours in the comments below.

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