Address: Shop 16, New Link Palace CHS, Andheri Lokhandwala, Andheri West
Tel: 022 33126808
Price: Approximately Rs. 300 for 1 person
Home Delivery: Yes
The F&B industry in India, especially in cities like Mumbai, Bengaluru, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Pune has seen unprecedented growth in the last few years. There’s either an opening of new restaurant, a new concept is being introduced, a new cuisine has been tapped, an old cuisine is getting a makeover, fusion foods, molecular gastronomy, the works! It’s almost impossible to keep up (and is also responsible for increasing the waistlines of us food bloggers)! It’s great news though because it’s a great time to be a part of such a vibrant industry. It’s also a testament to how the Indian consumer is so welcoming of change and is looking to experiment.
Wok-boxes have become extremely popular thanks to the insane number of Asian restaurants mushrooming all over the country. This one Indian food restaurant though decided to apply it to our home cuisine and I must say, this will definitely catch on.
You start by picking either a Roomali Roll, Paratha box, Naan Bowl (butter/garlic) or a rice box. Then you select your vegetables.Step 3 is the selection of your gravy and Step 4 includes selecting your protein.
I chose the Garlic Naan Bowl with capsicum, peans and onion in a makhani gravy with aloo tikka.
The Gravy was absolutely splendid, with the aloo tikkas melting in my mouth ! Fresh out of the kitchen, I definitely recommend trying this one. I just wish it was cooked in a little less oil though. The Naan unfortunately lacked taste and texture (it was too rubbery) but forgiven because the vegetable was so delicious.
I also tried the Chocolate Samosa which just did not settle with me. It’s a brownie stuffed in samosa (!?) drizzled with some chocolate syrup. Give it a try if you with to, but it’s not my favourite.
IndiKitchen also offers you a wide range of drinks from Paper Boat to wash down your food with. My personal favourites are the two you see below. Sure to help you revisit your childhood!
It had been quite a crappy day and it took me almost 2 hours to get to IndiKitchen, but the food and my pals from the FBAI made the evening worth it 🙂