Fatafati Phuchka, Fascinating Flavours

The most common street side snack of India and most favorite of all the Chaats, Pani Puri, Golgappa, Water Balls or Phuchka is so popular that you can find it in all the local street of various India sub-continents. In North India, it is widely called as Golgappa where in Mumbai, Maharasthra, It is called as Pani Puri, Phulki in South Bihar and we Bengali call it Phuchka. And its the best in India.

A perfect place for Phuchka & Chat lover. A makeover for the 4G Generation.

DSC_0165DSC_0169DSC_0173Forget thoseold days, where standing in Que and wait for your number to taste the phuchka from roadside hawker.

So many types of customized requirement from the customers to puchkawala.

Thora Zyada namak !

Thora Zyada Tikha !!

R ektu Jhal Din na !!

Now this is corporate get up of Phuchka Business wrapped with innovation, dedication and love !

The Phuchka Parlour near Golf Green.

Small Roadside Store with 12 – 15 cover. A new dimension all together !

For long time this was our destination list.

The food is so delicious and specially Phuchkas were excellent. I have been to so many restaurants. As a true Kolkatan Phuchka was all time favourite  but i never had Phuchka like this before. The standard is upto the mark and price is also very reasonable. It was a real special experience! such simple items on the menu and very tastefully prepared with beautiful presentation. Phuchkas made of semolina and in sunflower oil here.

Place is handled by a lovely lady – Ishita Roy, very friendly and courteous!

She has just created a baby called Phucka Parlour with all her love and affection.

Food is very good, place is clean and neat and ambiance is just right !

“Necessity is the mother of all invention, and innovation as well. As a child, my parents always discouraged me from having phuchkas because of the unhygienic conditions in which it is prepared and consumed (who doesn’t remember long crooked nails digging into the potato mash! ). In high school I observed that the craze for phuchkas transcends all age, religion and social status. I felt that it is not given the proper status it deserves. Hence the concept of The Phuchka Parlour was born, where people can have their beloved phuchkas and chaats without worrying about the doctor’s visit. Just before my graduation, I decided to take the plunge and three months down the line, here we are. We have also included many variations which cannot be found anywhere else in the city. The response has been positive so far, but due to limited budget (downside of starting a business with saved up pocket money 😛 ) we have not been able to reach many people. Well wishers have helped me in many ways. Right now good food and quirky innovations are all we have. Feedback from foodies encourage us a lot to keep on going further. We have already expanded the initial menu and would love to invite all foodies to come and have a bite.” – Owner Ishita Roy 

The Dishes We Had –

ALPHONSO DELIGHT – They are thick in layer, crisp and fully puffed so that it could occupy the heavy filling and Mango Syrups !! Totally yum along with red chili sprinkle on top of it ! Superb Presentation too ! DSC_0175

SUPER SPICY CLASSIC – Old is Gold format ! This spicy Phuchka is balanced with the addition of a sweet tamarind chutney with some flavourful coriander leaves. Emotion ! DSC_0181DSC_0183

BLUE LAGOON CHAT – The chat with twist ! The fusion of desi chat and with Blue Lagoon Syrup !  As name suggests, it has a visually delightful lagoon blue color as well as refreshing taste. DSC_0187

MAYO MAGIC CLASSIC – Mayonnaise has a silkiness, an elegance, that you won’t find in any commercial preparation. It was just pure bliss !! Crispy Phuchka and the Mayos……!! Heaven !! You just can’t have One !! DSC_0188DSC_0189

SHAHI CHICKEN PHUCHKA – Yes !! Surprise your tatstebuds with modern interpretation of a street classic. Shredded Chicken, House made Tangy Sauce inside Phuchka. Sounds Good ? Tastes ecstatic !!  DSC_0200DSC_0201

KATORI CHAAT – Need an appetizer or snack, try katori chaat!!  ‘Katori refers to a bowl or canopies that are filled with potatoes and chutneys and ‘chaat’ is the term used for savory Indian street snacks. These crunchy savory bowls or shells will make your taste buds watery. DSC_0205DSC_0207

ICE CREAM PHUCHKA ‘DRAGON’S KISS’ – So spare a thought for vanilla ice-cream, under threat from kinky new flavours. Human being can be extremely creative. Discover the delectable out of the box Puchka,  they have created using their imagination and the great taste of Vanila Ice cream mixed with special spices. A real kiss for the taste buds. DSC_0210DSC_0211DSC_0213

Special Thanks to – 

○ Ishita Roy,  Owner –  The Phucka Parlour,  for the invitation
○ Her Team – for providing us such a lovely experience of Desi Phucka with twists !!


Had fun with Sarthak Sen Bishnupriya Saha Chandni ChakrabortyKhushbu Jaiswal Sayan Basak


For More Details – http://www.facebook.com/thephuchkaparlour

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