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Spicy. It is a round crusty shell called puri, to which add a potato and black chickpea mix, tamarind chutney and the spicy coriander-mint water.
Spicy. The same as pani puri but a basket of 40 pieces for those who just can't get enough.
Dahi puri is especially famous in Maharashtra and is believed to have originated in Mumbai. Crusty, hollow shells are filled with potato, black chickpea, onions, and the tamarind and spicy mint-cilantro chutney is poured into it. Beaten yogurt is then poured over the shells, garnished with sev (fried gram flour vermicelli). A combination of textures and flavors that appease the palate from all the heat from the dahi puri.
One of the popular member from the family of Indian street food. This snack consists of hollow puri filled with dry green peas curry, sweet tamarind chutney. mint-cilantro chutney, garlic chutney, onions and topped with sev. A simple yet super tasty snack.
Sev batata puri is a flat or round puri topped with diced potatoes, onions, chana dal and sev with cilantro-mint chutney, sweet chutney. A brilliant blend of textures and flavors mingling in your mouth.
The most sought after savory snack while strolling alongside the beaches in Mumbai would undoubtedly be bhel. It is puffed rice mixed with a sweet and tangy tamarind chutney, spicy cilantro-mint chutney, garlic chutney sev (fried gram flour vermicelli), black chickpea and chopped onions, potato, tomato and cilantro.
The same as bhel puri but with a few crunchy additions of peanuts, chana dal (fried lentils), boondi (fried chickpea flour balls), chana chor garam (spiced and flattened black chickpea).
Papdi chaat is more famous in Northern India compared to other regions. It is one of those go-to dishes when you just can't make up your mind. Its crunchy and tasty, simple yet flavorful. Papdi (small, flat, crisp, deep fried crackers), white chickpeas, boiled potato, onion, tamarind chutney, mint-cilantro chutney, beaten yogurt, spices, topped with sev.
A tea time favorite for when friends and family are visiting. Papdi (small, fiat crisp, deep fried crackers), crushed Bhalla (black gram or black lentil croquet), black chickpeas, onion, tamarind chutney, mint-cilantro chutney, beaten yogurt, sev, spices.
The king of all kachoris' When you want to be adventurous and love different flavors and textures, this is the perfect option for you. A large kachori shell filled With papdi (small, fiat, crisp, deep fried crackers), bhalla (black gram or black lentil croquette), potatoes, onion, beet, mint-cilantro chutney, sweet chutney, beaten yogurt, boondi (fried chickpea flour balls), chana dal, topped with sev.
Our version of the papdi chaat, a special concoction of flavors and textures to give your taste buds an unforgettable experience. Papdis, bhel mix, black chickpeas, tomato, potato, onion, sweet chutney, rnint-cilantro chutney, beaten yogurt, spices, topped with sev and mozzarella cheese.
A favorite summertime snack to beat the heat. Dahi wada is believed to have originated in present day northern India. Its recipes have been found in 12th century Sanskrit encyclopedias making it a truly ancestral dish simple yet sophisticated - so delicious that it is loved even today. Moist deep fried lentil balls, beaten yogurt. sweet chutney, sprinkled with red chilli powder and other spices.
Chaat inspired by the locals from Delhi. It is delicious and gives you a satisfied feeling once eaten. Papdis (small, flat crisp, deep fried crackers), white chickpeas, bhalla (black gram/black lentil croquette), boiled moong bean, tamarind chutney, mint-cilantro chutney. beaten yogurt, boondi (fried chickpea flour balls), peanuts, onions, spices, topped with sev.
Smashed samosas, topped with sweet tamarind chutney, mint-cilantro chutney, beaten yogurt, onions, spices and topped with sev for that extra crunch.
Mashed samosa, warm green pea curry, mint-cilantro chutney, sweet chutney, garlic chutney, topped with onions, sev and spices. A perfect snack for that warm, fuzzy feeling on a cold, rainy day.
The perfect adaptation of samosa for the people who love a little extra flavor. Mashed samosa, warm chickpea curry, mint-cilantro chutney, sweet chutney, garlic chutney, onions, sev and spices.
'Kachori' originated in Rajasthan, Western India. It is a round, crisp, golden flaky shell with various fillings inside like lentil. This dish is made of kachori shells, onions, potatoes, mint-cilantro chutney, sweet chutney, beaten yogurt, spices, topped with sev.
Kachori shells filled with warm green peas ragda, sweet tamarind chutney, mint-cilantro chutney, garlic chutney, onions, spices and topped with sev, when you like it warm and crusty. Unbelievably flavorful combination!
Paradise for all potato lovers! A delicious variation of potato croquettes with Indian spices. Served with mint-cilantro chutney, sweet chutney, beaten yogurt, onions, spices and topped with sev.
The spicy potato croquettes served with chickpea curry, mint-cilantro chutney, sweet chutney, garlic chutney, onions, spices, topped with sev.
Samosa is a fried pastry in a triangle shape with a savory filling of spiced potatoes and green peas(ours ts unique with special mint and cilantro flavored which makes the filing green color). This dish is served with cilantro-mint chutney and sweet chutney.
This dish originated in Uttar Pradesh but is specially famous in the Southern states of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Crushed puri, dry green peas curry, sweet chutney, mint-cilantro chutney, onions, tomato and garnished with sev A spicy yet flavorful snack incorporating different textures as well.
A unique mix of temperatures between the green pea curry and yogurt creates a brilliant blend like you've never tasted before. Crumbled kachori shells topped with green pea curry, onion, mint-cilantro chutney, sweet chutney, beaten yogurt, spices, and sev.
This dish will take you on a journey to the hub of eateries and India's capital, Delhi. This chaat is popular in the Northern region of India and can be a go-to if you just can't decide what you want and you love potatoes' Fried potato cubes, topped with tamarind chutney, mint-cilantro chutney, spices and lime wedge.
This rather simple yet sophisticated creation is adaptable to all taste buds and is a light yet delectable snack Boiled white chickpeas, black chickpeas, boiled whole moong beans, onions, tomatoes, lime wedge, spices and cilantro. A good protein source.
Originated in Gujarat, Western India; this snack can be eaten at almost any time of the day' It can be served as a breakfast, or as a side dish during meals, or even as an evening snack It is like a savory spongy cake made from steamed chickpea flour, topped with mustard seeds, sesame seeds, cilantro, served with mint-cilantro chutney and sweet chutney.
This nutty yet spicy dish will give you a sense of tasteful satisfaction. Banana peppers. deep fried, then cut and filled with peanut masala. onions, cilantro, and lime.
These are a specialty from the Western Region in India, Gujarat. A complex fusion of zesty and savory spices with light bitterness from fenugreek leaves (methi) makes this dish incredibly delicious. Chopped spinach, fenugreek leaves, spices, deep fried in a chickpea flour batter served with mint-cilantro chutney and tamarind chutney.
Originating in Western region India, Rajasthan. Huge vessels are used for deep frying and is sold street side making you a part of the process If you can handle the spice this is a must-try Hot chili-peppers are deep fried in chickpea flour batter, served with mint-cilantro chutney and tamarind chutney.
An all-time favorite are these mixed vegetable pakodas. Chopped cabbage. onions, spinach, sweet bell peppers. spices, deep fried in chickpea flour batter and served with tamarind chutney and mint-cilantro chutney.
These crispy and spicy onion fritters is and will be an eternal favorite. Onions and spices, deep fried in chickpea flour batter, served with mint-cilantro chutney and tamarind chutney.
In South-West India in Maharashtra, these are potato fritters with a little spice and are gaining popularity all over India. Mashed potato balls, spices, deep fried in a chickpea flour batter served with mint-cilantro chutney and tamarind chutney.
This spicy snack originated from the Kutch region of Gujarat A slightly different version of the Vada Pav where the potato mix is sweet and spicy and is pressed between the pav. Potato mix, peanuts, onions, sev (fried gram flour vermicelli) served between a pav spread with tamarind chutney and garlic chutney.
Spiced potato dumpling, mashed between two buns with the dry vada pav masala.
Spiced Potato dumpling, mashed between two buns with buttered garlic vada pav masala and cheese.
Spiced potato dumpling, mashed between two buns
Spiced Potato dumpling. mashed between two buns with Szechuan sauce and cheddar cheese.
The equally famous brother of the Vada Pav is the San-tosa Pav. Our delicious signature samosas ? mashed potato and peas filled in the triangle pastry sheet and deep fried, served between a pav spread with mint-cilantro chutney, tamarind chutney, garlic chutney, and our signature peanut masala.
Inspired by some American fast food, this is our take on a vegetarian burger! Our signature vegetable patty with slices of onions and tomato served between pav spread with mint-cilantro chutney, ketchup topped with American cheddar cheese with a side of potato chips.
Originated in Northern India, Punjab It used to be a heavy breakfast dish but is now eaten at any time for any meal, ft is a combination of a spicy chickpea curry accompanied with Bhature (fried all-purpose flour bread). There are various versions of Chole Bhature all around India and this is our take on it - a spicy and flavorful feast for your taste buds. Boiled chickpeas cooked with onions, tomatoes and spiced gravy, accompanied with fermented all-purpose.
Spicy. A very popular dish from the streets of Mumbai is a favorite of almost everyone A medley of mashed vegetables (potato, cauliflower, green peas, green peppers, beetroot, tomatoes) cooked on a flat cast iron pan with garlic, ginger and our own home made pav bhaji Masala". A must try dish served with buttered dinner rolls "Pav", lime wedge and chopped onions.
The favorite Pav Bhaji topped with mozzarella cheese For those who would like to blend a little of the soft, moist and milky flavor to the spices.
Popular on railway platforms or as a packed lunch on trains. This dish is largely eaten as breakfast or lunch. The bhaji is mostly potato and spices, sauteed with oil and served with two whole wheat fried breads.
Undhiyu is a masterpiece from the region of Gujarat 'Undhu' in Gujarati means upside down and that is how this dish was traditionally cooked - upside down underground in earthen pots fired from above It is a seasonal preparation since some of the vegetables used only grew in winters along the Southern coastline of Gujarat It is like a little slice of sweet and savory heaven served on a plate Boiled vegetables (toor beans, papdi beans), deep fried vegetables.
Spicy. A small version for a small appetite or just to taste. Potato-eggplant curry, mixed vegetable curry, gujarati dal (sweet-sour and spicy), 3 whole wheat rotis and basmati rice.
Three types of sabjis (various), rice, roti, gujrati dal (soup), Shrikhand (sweet dish made of strained yogurt), Farsan (side dishes that complement the main meal), raita (yogurt with spices, cucumber, and carrots), pickle (spicy and tangy mixed vegetables). mix bean salad. Papad all these served in small bowls and dividers.
One of the most popular dishes in Northern, central and Western India and also universally acclaimed! Robust combination of spicy and savory stuffing in the buttery flatbread is absolutely divine. Whole wheat flatbread stuffed with spicy potato mix, served with pickle and plain yogurt.
Whole wheat flatbread stuffed with a spicy cauliflower mix, served with pickle and plain yogurt - a mild and nutty cauliflower taste with spices stuffed in the buttery flatbread. You can be the judge of this marvelous meal.
The creamy texture of paneer (cottage cheese) along with the soft and fluffy flatbread is the ultimate combination. Whole wheat flat bread stuffed with spicy paneer mix, served with pickle and plain yogurt.
Crisp cubes of Paneer (cottage cheese) tossed around in manchurian sauce with thai green chilli peppers, sweet bell peppers, and onions.
This exquisite dish will be the ultimate melt in your mouth experience. The soft and chewy paneer with the spicy gravy makes for a surprisingly marvelous combination. Paneer (cottage cheese) cubes, in soy manchunan chili sauce with sweet bell peppers and onions, served with Basmati rice.
The ever so famous dish is mildly spicy but also booms with flavor and like we previously mentioned - you can never go wrong with this! Minced vegetable balls, sweet bell peppers, and onions tossed in soy sauce, manchunan sauce and spices.
This ever popular dish is prepared with vegetable balls consisting of cabbage, carrots and bell pepper, in spicy manchurian sauce with sweet bell peppers and onions, served with basmati rice. It is a dish you can always come back to when you can't make up your mind and always be sure it's going to be appetizing.
Dry. Crispy batter fried cauliflower florets, sweet bell peppers, and onions tossed in nanchunan sauce garnished with green spring onions and cilantro. It is mildly spicy yet robust flavor.
Another adaptation of cauliflower florets in the indo -chinese cuisine, usually eaten as a snack or appetizer during the winter. Crispy florets with onions are tossed in spicy chili sauce and tempered with curry leaves, cilantro, spices and green onions.
This combination of paneer with peanuts, cashews nuts, red chilies, and spicy sauce will just give a tasty and nutty experience.
Baby corn tossed with garlic, ginger bell peppers, onions, and garlic sauce.
Crisp potato Pieces, onions. sweet bell peppers tossed in our signature orange Manchurian sauce, black sesame seeds and spices. The earthy taste blends extremely well with the sweet and spicy flavor of the sauce.
Influenced by our Chinese neighbor ? Chinese Bhel is made with crispy Chinese noodle, our signature sauces and exotic vegetables. A fusion of Chinese flavors with a twist of Indian spices. Truly a treat for the taste buds!
Just like the name suggests, it is hot and sour. It consists of onions, sweet bell peppers, carrots, cabbage, mushroom, soy sauce, chili sauce, spices A treat for the throat on a cold winter day.
A favorite in India, may become yours too! Add a little crunch to this spicy soup with the crispy noodles. Onions, sweet bell peppers, carrots, cabbage, mushroom, soy sauce, chili sauce, spices topped with crisp noodles.
The ideal balance of sweet and savory flavors with a creamy texture, and super healthy as a bonus. Sweet coms, carrots cauliflower, spices, green onions.
Served in most restaurants as well as on the roadside. This dish is one of the favorites from the Indo-Chinese cuisine amongst the younger generation This delectable dish is made with wheat noodles. sweet bell peppers, cabbage, carrots, snow peas, water chestnuts, mushroom and stir-fried in spices.
This accurate Indian version is pungent and spicy with undertones of sweetness. Wheat noodles, cabbage, carrots, paneer, garlic, baby corn, sweet bell peppers, mushrooms tossed in soy chilli sauce and garnished with green onions.
This is your choice if you like your Asian food hot and spicy! Wheat noodles color peppers, cabbage, carrots, onions, mushroom, water chestnut, snow peas, spices tossed in szechuan sauce.
Bringing so many traditions together, just like the name suggests. This sweet and spicy deliciousness truly feels like an amalgamation of cultures. Wheat noodles, cabbage, carrots, sweet bell peppers, mushrooms, pineapple, cashews, peanuts, snow peas tossed in szechuan sauce and hint of star anise powder and turmeric.
Everything Manchurian for those who love the complexities in the sweet and salty flavor. Basmati rice, vegetable balls, sweet bell peppers, soy sauce, our signature manchurian sauce and spices.
The whole world has their own version of fried rice. This Indo-Chinese version is a must-try. It is abundantly flavorful and it will linger on your palate with the impeccable combination of pungent and spicy. Basmati rice, sweet bell peppers, cabbage, carrots, onions, mushroorms, water chestnut, soy sauce, chili sauce and spices.
The whole world has their own version of fried rice. This Indo-Chinese version is a must-try. It is abundantly flavorful and it will linger on your palate with the impeccable combination of pungent and spicy. Basmati rice, sweet bell peppers, cabbage, carrots, onions, mushrooms, water chestnut, soy sauce, chili sauce, and spices.
A traditional breakfast in South Indian homes is this savory cake about 4-5inches in diameter This fluffy cotton ball when dipped in spicy vegetable soup and accompanied with the fresh tasting grated coconut chutney and the nutty orange sauce Will suddenly make you feel like your life is now complete! Patties made from steamed rice and lentil batter, served with sambhar, tomato-onion-peanut chutney, and coconut chutney.
Mini idlis dipped in sambhar and garnished with ghee (clarified butter) and cilantro. The mini idlis are soaked with sambhar and when you take a bite they will literally melt and there will be a burst of sambhar flavors. A truly unforgettable experience.
That feeling when you actually look forward to a preparation made with leftovers can be used to describe this amazingly-delicious treat. It is a burst of sweet and salty accompanied by the soothing calmness of yogurt. It consists of fried idli (rice cake) cubes, tamarind chutney, mint-cilantro chutney, beaten yogurt, boondi (fried chickpea flour balls), spices and garnished with sev.
A fusion of south Indian and Chinese will make you feel pleasantly surprised fried idli (rice cake) cubes sweet bell peppers, Thai green peppers tangy chole (white chickpea) tossed in manchurian sauce, spices, and green onions.
When you want the best of both worlds the platter is a must two idlis and two vadas served with sambhar, coconut chutney, tomato-onion-peanut chutney.
Another regular in a south Indian household is the vada sambhar_ savory lentil Donuts are deep-fried and when dipped in the sambhar and chutneys taste Like the perfect balance between all these amazing flavors. Three vadas (savory Lentil donuts), sambhar, coconut chutney, and tomato-onion-peanut chutney.
Thin and crispy, this savory crepe when eaten with the sambhar and chutneys will almost instantly make you a fan.
One of the most popular dosa varieties. Plain dosa, potato-onion masala.
The delicious sweet, spicy and tangy mysore chutney spread in the dosa and served with potato-onion masala.
Ginger, garlic and red chilies take the spice to a whole new level. Andhra spice chutney spread in the dosa and served with potato-onion masala.
Spicy gun powder masala sprinkled in the dosa along with ghee, served crisp With potato-onion masala. The balance of flavors between gun powder masala and the potato mix is simply outstanding.
Spicy. Fresh cilantro and mint chutney spread on the dosa served with potato-onion masala.
The slightly pungent and sweetness of garlic chutney spread and roasted garlic flakes on this will open the new experience of dosa. Yes, it comes with potato-onion masala.
The deep, roasty, slightly sweet flavor of sauteed onions in the dosa tastes absolutely amazing!
Spicy. Three separate chutney flavored cone dosas Haradhaniya chutney (fresh cilantro and several spices), mysore chutney (lentils with garlic, coconut, jaggery and tamarind) and gunpowder chutney (spicy red chutney made with split bengal gram and dried red chillies) dosas will give you the experience of variety in taste and flavor.
Spicy. Yes, mozzarella cheese with hot chopped green chilies topped on dosa to leave you the spicy creamy flavor.
Savory and grainy texture make for an extremely unique and unforgettable experience.
A very unique combination of our signature Haradhaniya chutney and the semolina dosa will make say wow served with potato-onion masala.
The slightly pungent yet sweet flavor of onions in the semolina dosa tastes absolutely incredible.
Spicy. Onion rava dosa served with the delicious potato-onion masala.
Onions and chili bring an interesting pungent and spicy balance in the savory batter, Uttapam, onion, green chili peppers.
This uttapam is topped with variety of vegetables (sweet bell peppers, carrots, onions, cabbage, peas).
The popularity of sandwiches definitely holds its place in the hearts of the people and this creation is one of the most loved ones. The earthy, slightly savory filling with creamy cheese is delectable in a dosa wrap. Plain dosa, potato-onion masala, onions, tomato, mozzarella cheese served with sambhar, coconut chutney and tomato-onion-peanut chutney.
The robust flavors of the sauce with the spongy and creamy cottage cheese cubes are totally mouthwatering. Plain dosa, paneer (cottage cheese), sweet bell peppers, onions. our signature manchurian sauce served with sambhar, coconut chutney, and tomato-onion- peanut chutney.
The combination of two iconic street foods creating the most delectable dish ever. Our signature spiced pav bhaji (spiced vegetable mix) wrapped in plain dosa then cut into pieces, served with sambhar, coconut chutney, and tomato-onion-peanut chutney.
The mix brings along so many different textures from crunchy peanuts to soft potatoes. Brilliant combination of nutty favors and sweet and spicy mashed potato mix in the dosa. Plain dosa, spicy dabeli peanuts, onions, garlic chutney served with sambhar, coconut chutney and tomato-onion-peanut chutney.
Scrambled and spiced cottage cheese is the perfect blend of the creamy texture and spices. Plain dosa, spiced paneer served with sambhar, coconut chutney and tomato-onion-peanut chutney.
Strong pungent taste with a little bit of sweetness of the soy sauce with vegetables tossed in it creating a super tasty wrap. Plain dosa, cabbage. carrots. onions, sweet bell peppers, soy chili sauce, spices served with sambhar, coconut chutney, and tomato-onion-peanut chutney.
Paneer strips dipped into chickpea flour batter and deep fried until crisp.
Crisp cauliflower tossed with sweet and tangy soy tomato sauce. Vegan.
Mango flavoured shrikhand served with two deep fried pooris. Vegan.
India's kid's favorite snack maggi noodles topped with cheese.
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