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The Chulha Chronicles


We Found Awesome Amritsari Kulche Chole And Patiala Lassi At This Koramangala Restaurant

Sreepathy posted on 01 May

Ten-Second Takeaway

The Amritsari Kulche Chole and the Handi Chicken might be enough to make The Chulha Chronicles your go-to place. We are telling you that you will love the authenticity of flavours, the pocket-friendly prices, and dhaba-like ambience as well.

Chow Down

Amritsari Kulche Chole, Hara Bhara Kebab, Handi Chicken, Makhmali Paneer Tikka, Kulfa

Sip On

Jal Jeera

Winning For

Efficient service that has you munching on tender, bone-in Handi Chicken before you could say “Burrraaahhh!”, the homely yet dhaba-like place, and the flavours that will remind the north Indians in town about food back home.

Lowdown Of The Ambience

The Chulha Chronicles has a dhaba-like ambience that’s quite warm and welcoming. Yellow walls, ethnic decor, brightly-coloured checkered tablecloths stand out and add brightness to the dim yellow lighting. There’s a bit of fine dining element going on with the use of forks and knives, while rest of the cutlery and crockery sticks to the typical dhaba theme — bread baskets, daal buckets, lassi tumblers, and even miniature clay chulhas {stove} that double up as chutney jar holders. Bringing all of this together is the booming Punjabi music that’s played in the background.

North It Up

Appetisers such as the Hara Bhara Kebab, Makhmali Paneer Tikka, and Mushroom De Tandoor Tikke are cooked to perfection here, but for that ‘rub your tummy in joy’ feeling, you will want to order almost everything from the mains. We started off with a glass of Jal Jeera, a refreshing glass of cold tamarind drink with a hint of sweetness. Hara Bhara Kebab and Makhmalai Paneer Tikka, ordered as starters, were instant hits with us. The kebabs, crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside, were one of the least oily kebabs we have had in a while.

Next, up as mains, we ordered Handi Chicken and an Amritsari Kulche Chole combo. The outstanding Handi Chicken — a tandoori chicken flavoured with spices and grilled to juicy perfection — is what won it for us. Or so we thought till we had a mouthful of the tangy chole curry and the freshly baked kulcha stuffed with onions, coriander, chillies, and spices. Also, do try the tamarind chutney that’s served with the combo. We wrapped up our meal with the Kulfa — a deconstructed version of the kulfi minus the starch.

So, We Are Thinking...

We are going back for the daal, the Sarson Ka Saag, and everything else that we couldn’t try. Also, we need to see if we can finish the really tall glass of lassi.

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Casual Dining

The Chulha Chronicles

Location Details

3rd Floor, ARD Complex, 5th Cross Road, 6th Block, Koramangala, Bengaluru

Casual Dining

The Chulha Chronicles