The staff doesn't behaves properly with the customers ! If one's meal is finished then they immediately ask one to leave.. and that too in a very disturbing manner!
1.0by Anuj Sharma
One star just because I have to give a rating. We ordered mixed veg uttapm which only had carrots, no other vegetables and it was very sour too. Their infrastructure is terrible, they need to change their chairs and tables. All in all a bad experience
1.5by Abhishek Gupta
Once a great place, now it's all gone wrong. Shabby place with shabby interiors and shabby staff. I think the owner doesn't care anymore for this place.
3.0by Vineet Basantani
PFC was singing songs of success in the opening months, which is the usual story of every new eatery that pops up in town. Then he raised the price, and people turned their backs, mercilessly. Now you find not more than 3 occupied tables on an average. They have sufficient and a safe parking space in which you can park and forget. Their self-service ideology doesn't appeal to me because you might want an extra naan while finishing the paneer on your plate. But going against what they stand for, the naan is duly served on your plate. :) Kadhai paneer and mushroom mutter is what I love from this place. Finger licking stuff it is. Ambience is a thumbs down. I feel PFC people are pretty confused about the genre of their place. They wanted to make it look casual like Nirula's by following the coupon and self-service methodology, but they go sheepish at fast food. So the casual idea flopped and they decided to serve you at times of your need. But they couldn't go one step further and take orders directly from tables. Good for take aways if you live near Bhagwan Talkies and you hate Aachman for obvious reasons.