A day @ OM Vegetarian
Recently I got to spend a day with my camera @ OM Vegetarian, located in city area. I was amazed to know that they serve a ‘Core-Vegetarian Thaali‘ consisting of all major components of your meal (i.e. Grain, Lentils, Veggies and Rice) just in $6.50… You read it right, all you can eat in $6.50 only :) And that too with re-filled option open. And more to this, you can pick supplements like tangy pickle, papad, sweet, samosa/vada, simple/mango lassi and zesty salad in minimal additional cost. Ohhh yes, they offer ‘Vegan’ & ‘Gluten-Free’ meals too :) Isn’t it all that you need for a satisfying & balanced diet?
Having visited this place for so many times, I found all girls (staff) very friendly to their customers! And even their service is quite faster like how you see in any Gujarati Dining Hall :P
When I just went for a site inspection as I was supposed to arrange a food-photography session in no-rush hours, I met the owner for the 1st time. He’s a typical North-Indian man with very loving nature! I reached in-time for clicking their dishes on pre-decided day… You can see a glimpse of my work here, which is now a part of their new menu-board :)
I was too tired to have a seat and enjoy my meal at the end of long photography session, so just had a cup of masala tea there and returned with lots of work to finish!
2 weeks back, I visited OM again and felt so happy to see my work on their menu-board <3 Finally, I got 2 take-away meals from there to enjoy my meal with hubby at home & write a detailed review :) My work experience at OM was definitely amazing. And we absolutely enjoyed our meal too!
The food was yummy. I better put it in ‘Saatvik‘ food category as it was cooked with so much simplicity, less spices retaining authentic Indian taste. Well, you better don’t expect spicy-oily-unhealthy food here as it’s more kind of meal that we cook at home on daily basis :)
I’m thankful to the owner & his family for giving me an opportunity to work with them… Looking forward to have wonderful time with them in ‘Soon-to-Start‘ projects too :)
Oh, wow, a thaali for $6.50 sounds super-reasonable. And it looks so good. I need to get myself to an Indian restaurant soon to eat a good, old-fashioned thaali. Your pictures are lovely, no wonder they put them on their menu board.
6.50 mai refill….wow that is like super cheap.I wish we had something like this in London
Beautiful pictures and i am sure u enjoyed a lot:)