Doing good business since many years on the Boat Basin strip in Clifton is a moderately-priced restaurant called Nihari Inn.
On the night we paid it a visit, it had rained heavily, so the outer baithak's of tukhts and gao takya's that have become a landmark of this strip of eateries, had been wound up, with tents erected in their place, as is obvious from the picture above.
The restaurant has an open air terrace upstairs.
The menu is reasonably priced and offers all variety of typical, popular desi food.
As you can see, the economic rates of the restaurant food combined with sustained good quality gives Nihari Inn an edge above its overpriced counterparts tucked away in remote corners of Defence.
And this was a single serving of plain Beef Nihari, priced at Rs 160:
More shots of the succulent Kunna and Nihari. The meat in both was extremely tender!
The serving size was huge. We had to get the leftover packed to take back home.
Fluffy, hot naans were the best accompaniment to the meat curries:
This Kulfi in a clay pot priced at Rs 30, on the other hand, was a complete disaster. Avoid it! :)
The kheer was great in taste.
All in all, dining at Nihari Inn is a pleasurable experience, because of the good quality of the food combined with economical rates.