Foundry Thali at The Urban Foundry – Delicious, Filling and Worthy! — Reviewed!

What: Foundry Thali
Where: The Urban Foundry
When: Mon-Fri Lunch (12 pm - 4 pm)
Cost: Indian/ Chinese Veg Thali: Rs.299++
          Indian/ Chinese Non-Veg Thali: Rs.349++

The Urban Foundry is a rustic hangout place with a stylish industrial design. Some of the unique features of the place are cutlery, wall murals, funky quotes, hanging edison bulbs and the lit bar. The industrial components used in the restaurant represented energy along with an element of surprise. This was my first visit and surely not the last one.


Apart from the scrumptious A La carte menu, currently The Urban Foundry (TUF) is offering Belly-Full Foundry Thali (Veg and Non-veg) which has two options – Indian and Chinese. The wholesome Indian Thali, which I chose, was a feast! Priced at just Rs.299++, the Thali is worth each penny. What the Indian one had?
2 Starters - Spinach and Cheese Balls; Soya Chaap, Shahi Paneer, Dal Fry, Jeera Rice, Gulabjamun,  Roti, papad, chaach, and pickle.

Started my thali with the Spinach and Cheese Balls. OMG!! The so gooey-cheesy appetizer was not only lip-smacking but power packed. A must must have! Also, the protein-rich Soya Chaap was appealing and filling. A medium spiced starter was a delight in the thali. Rich creamy Shahi paneer and Dal fry accompanied well with the roti and rice respectively. I would say the thali is a combination of subtle flavours and distinctive textures. Truly value for money. Highly Recommended!

From the A La Carte menu, I ordered Mushrooms Tunday on Toast and trust me it was one of the best veg tundays I had. The type of the dish which brings a smile on your face. The melt-in-mouth tundays were the star of the meal. Highly Recommended!
We also tried my favourite healthy and super delicious Kalingad, Quinoa and Feta Salad. It was a perfect way to start the meal. The Salad had an array of textures and flavours. The freshness of watermelon, health of quinoa and use of feta makes it a brilliant salad.

Next was the Singada Chaat Dumplings and Creamy Asparagus Rolls. Sushi Rolls were perfectly made while dumplings filling were a bit downer so had to give it a skip. But the thali made me a happy person.

Overall, The Urban Foundry is a place to chill and relax with good music, and have good food with family or friends. Do try the thali and let me know your experiences. Would love to read from you.



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