Like the simple moniker it goes by, this restaurant doesn’t appear to be much from the outside (or inside, for that matter), and very little has changed since it open more than 70 years ago. But if you park yourself in one of the classic wooden booths along the wall (they date back to the restaurant’s opening) you’ll be presented with a lovingly prepared, scrumptious feast. Recommended dishes are the mataba gai, or stuffed roti with chicken, crispy samosa and the goat biryani with mint and cilantro.