Fusion Indian street food
We were invited for a bloggers meet and were happy to check off the place from our bucket list as well.
The place is split into two halves with one dedicated for the thali diners and the other half for the a la carte customers. The decor is vibrant with bright colors props such as the cycle with the tiffins, the insta-corner with window seats, and a live gola station. A place perfect for family and friends to catch up with.
Rating: 8 Golden Nuggets
We decided to have a cold coffee for the drinks.
Thepla Paneer 65 Tacos: A fusion that we truly relished. Theplas stuffed with juicy chunks of paneer presented in the form of tacos, we don’t see what’s there not to like. It was one of our favorite dishes.
Pav Bhaji Fondue: Mini pieces of buttered buns and bhaji served on a burner with a tea light candle to keep the dish warm. Plus points for the presentation, making it insta-friendly.
Indori Bhutee Ka Khees: A different take on your regular corn, instead here we have the sweet corn wrapped with lentils and spices mounted on a sugar cane stick. Totally loved the concept and the taste. Do not miss out on trying this one out!
Chili Cheese Onion Paratha: This was a miss for us, it had an overload of cheese and onion with no chili to be found, plus it was a tad bit too salty for our tastes, so our advice would be to skip this dish.
Breach Candy Grilled Cheese Sandwich: A well toasted sandwich with veggies and melted cheese. A nice snack for the evenings.
The hospitality was impeccable.
The pricing is somewhat on the pricier side, but worth the value for the quality.
We shall be back to try the thali next time around.