In a NUtshell A kulcha specialist with a small menu & very good food, worth the 30+ km drive from gurugram – only that we ended up eating a month’s quota of butter in one meal!!!! (Pun intended) Address & other details: baljeet’s Meal for 2: ₹180 onwards Cuisine type : vegetarian only Disclaimer: All restaurants / eateries reviewed by YUMMRAJ were visited by YUMMRAJ … Continue reading Baljeet’s Amritsari koolcha (DDA Market, Block BG 8, Paschim Vihar, New Delhi)
In a NUtshell A beautiful cuisine Mis-represented & turned into mindless nightmares on tables in most mainstream eateries in india & abroad, thankfully given a new lease of life at curry singh kitchen – a fab job of presenting home like punjabi food in a restaurant, including a section on seasonal vegetables. Address & other details: curry singh kitchen Meal for 2: ₹800 onwards Cuisine … Continue reading Curry singh (Unitech Arcadia 2, rodeo drive, south city 2, sector 49, gurugram)
Welcome to the Millennium city of India – Gurgaon. The name Gurgaon is derived from ‘Guru Gaon’ since Guru Dronacharya got this village as a gift from his royal disciples. The ‘Gaon’ referred to above, became a town over the ages & even today the old part of the city looks like any typical Indian small town. It is only about a decade back that the new city was built & this is visually different than any other city in the country with its numerous high-rises & swanky malls.
In spite of having a bombardment of Punjabi food on offer, surprisingly there is not one shop which serves an Amritsari macchi tikka as good as Makhan Fish shop in Amritsar or a Bhuna Baingan & Dal Makhani as good as Kesar Da Dhaba in the bylanes of old city of Amritsar. In case u have had the opportunity to taste the fantastic true blue Amritsari Kulcha on Lawrence Road, Amritsar, u wud hate to swallow down the breaded variety of kulcha that is served at most of the eateries in Gurgaon.
In fact, if u had been courageous to eat at Bajwa Ka Dhaba (opposite Highway King on Jaipur road), then u wud shudder at the thought of eating Punjabi in Gurgaon. I can’t resist telling the story of Bajwa ka dhaba – so here it goes………………………