Are you thinking of food early in morning ? Or maybe you wake up and decide I am not getting out of bed today. Sometimes when I am home I just don’t want to leave. They have a lot of dishes you would normally find in restaurants. The selection is very good, and they have seasonal items too.
The prices are what you would expect for restaurant food delivered, because that’s what it is. A delivery only outlet based at Kestopur ! Initially they started with only breakfast menu. But after getting positive response over a period of time they maximize their menu and now provide service in two shifts. Morning and Evening ! 6AM to 3PM & 3:15PM to 11PM.
I eat at restaurants a lot thinking that it saves time, but I realize it’s really more out of laziness since it ends up being a huge time suck. I’m definitely gonna try a mix of half eating out with delivered meals for now.
The Dishes I Had –
Roasted Chicken Salad – Who knew a chicken salad could be so satisfying in this rainy days ?! Chicken is roasted and served over a cabbage with sliced bell peppers, carrots, Onions, Mushrooms, broccoli. It was more of a simplified roasted chicken salad. They can be the base of a quick, almost-homemade dinner in no time. Here, roasted chicken turns into an easy salad with some crusty bread on the side.
Indian Chicken Combo – Jeera Rice, Chicken Bharta along with some tasty salads with sliced green chilies . A great Combo. Shredded chicken pieces in a creamy, onion and spice based gravy and garnished with chopped coriander leaves. The taste of gravy was irreplaceable. I have eaten chicken bharta many times and wondered what is secret behind that creamy, tasty gravy. This was really one of the Bharta to remember.
Other than food, this is the parameter that goes hugely in favor of this outlet. They are very moderately priced. For the quality and quantity of portions served, the pricing is completely affordable.
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