In a nutshell:
Neat & clean,freshly made tasty food that is good for a small meal.
Address: Undaz – Hand carts in Udyog Vihar Gurgaon (behind India Bulls Office that u can see from NH8) from 5pm to 9 pm in the evening & other locations (see link)
Meal for 2: Rs. 50 onwards
Cuisine Type: Nonvegetarian (if u consider eggs to be that) & Vegetarian
Short Description – In case u r in a hurry:
The first day I saw this cart, I was driving past. I was impressed by the look & feel, the concept & of course the name ‘Undaz’ – plural of the hindi word ‘unda’ that means egg.
The brightly colored tiny cart is almost the size of an ice cream cart with the difference that it has a rounded shape in the front as compared to the ‘boxy’ ice cream carts. There are two stoves on the cart on which every food u order is freshly made (of course not from scratch).
I was told that currently there are only 8 carts that have fixed spots in different places in Udyog Vihar & one is in JMD Tower. I was also told that this is just the beginning & there will b 100 carts in Gurgaon shortly………… Looking forward to……
The items on the tiny menu are omelette bread, egg roll, aloo roll & paneer roll. I am yet to understand the connection between paneer & egg though.
Detailed Description – In case u have the time to njoy reading:
We tried the bread omelette – In terms of sheer taste, it was nothing as compared to the one at Special French Omelet but it was just good on its own. It was as if u r having it at home – The guy was using Golden Harvest bread, Fresh White oil & onions, tomatoes, minced coriander & chillies. He was wearing a pair of plastic gloves & the whole thing was as non messy as it cud get. A very good option to eat tasty, good hygienic food in Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon.
Then we tried the egg roll. The base for the paratha was made from before in Undaz Kitchen in Udyog Vihar. The guy just fried it with egg & gave a filling of masala onion, chillies & green pudina chutney!!!! Very different from the Kolkata egg rolls / Nizam’s Rolls but interesting. The pudina chutney added a good unusual flavor to the egg roll. The masalas in which onions were marinated was quite chatpata as well.
Honestly, Kolkata Egg roll made at home with recipe by ANONYMOUS tastes better than this.
Yet to try the aloo & the paneer roll – will keep u posted.
Undoubtedly a very good alternative to the shady, dirty & tiny roadside eating options in Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon. I might not drive from Home to eat here but if I am hungry in Udyog Vihar, I wud surely go for this.