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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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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