Your favorite food served in a healthy twist!
We were invited for a masterclass and breakfast on a Saturday morning which was worth waking up early for.
Previously known has Mahesh Lunch Home has now been remodeled and now goes by the name Kanteen which caters to everyone who would prefer to relax and enjoy some me time or spend time amongst family and friends with ofcourse some amazing food.
The interiors are LIT with quirky quotes, wooden décor, and comfy seating.
Rating: 8 Golden Nuggets
We were welcomed with some fresh juices to begin with. We decided to go with the orange juice, and it was quite refreshing.
Then came the dosa tacos while we waited for the chef to begin the masterclass. The tacos were delicious with a filling of potato and cheese, classic combination and cannot go wrong with this one.
The masterclass included three dishes: a quinoa salad, superbowl and bunny chow.
Hatt-Ke Quinoa salad was prepared with chicken and black quinoa for non-vegetarians whilst the vegetarians had the white quinoa along with cauliflower and other vegetables. For those health freaks and quinoa lovers, you have got a winner here. The special punch of crispiness comes from the kori roti which is famous in Mangalore.
Superbowl also had two versions one with chicken and one with paneer. The bowl is made with a base of egg fried rice, protein, veggies, roasted garlic and fried noodles. It is an Indo-Chinese dish and super filling.
Bunny Chow is a South African dish which is basically a large stuffed bun. There are four different stuffings, we tried the pav bhaji and were wowed by it. The bhaji was well-cooked. This dish is good enough to share between 2-3 people easily.
For the drinks, we saw how the Mandarin Mint & Kokum Cooler were made.
After the masterclass, we tried the quick gun murugan, chicken tikka roll, and Bombay street melt.
Quick Gun Murugan are idlis tossed in spices and ghee. These were flavorful and perfect to snack on.
Chicken Tikka Roll is made of paratha with a stuffing of chicken and veggies. It is paired with a serving of fries to go with.
Bombay Street Melt a grilled cheese sandwich made using tomatoes and cheese. Also, comes with crisp fries.
The portions are good enough to share amongst two people.
All the servers had a smile on their face and were very hospitable.
The pricing is reasonable for the quality and quantity offered.
We shall be back for the bunny chow and to try more dishes we missed out this time.