Located on the ground floor, on Prahladnagar Road, an upcoming business street, this restaurant is done up in traditional style. Annkut has rustic walls and lots of wood pillars on the walls and beams on the ceiling. The table and chairs are also wooden. The walls are decorated with wooden framed mirrors and wooden window panes and such other wooden frames. The food is served in bell metal utensils which were used traditionally in Indian homes. Food served in Kansa metal utensils or Bell metal utensils is said to be good for the health. Here the plates, small bowls, spoons and even the glass is made of Kansa metal. The thali is a bit more pricey than most places but they also do it in style. You start with an appetizer and then the stewards start serving food and filling up the thali real fast. So, you get 4 vegetable preparations, 2 snacks, 2 sweets, papad, puris, rotis, Dal or Khadi, whatever you like to have, and of course, rice. You can have unlimited amounts of food but it is all heavy. You also have lots of side dishes – ‘Pickle’, ‘Green and Red Chutney’, ‘Salad’, ‘Besan Sev’ and some fried snacks to go with the meal. To top all, there is ‘Masala Chaas’ as well.