I stumbled upon Bohra Bohra at the Big India Food Festival at Jayamahal Palace Grounds. My friend and I were food stall hopping and I notice this counter, serving delightful chicken items. What first caught my attention was the Russian cutlet, I had never heard of this before. After scouring the counter, I placed an order of a plate of Russian cutlet and chicken Kandi tikka. Russian cutlet is a flat patty made of shredded chicken, finely chopped vegetables, combined with creamy white sauce, served along with coriander mint chutney. Chicken Kandi Tikka is a single, elongated piece of succulent boneless chicken cooked on skewers, dipped in white cream, marinated with mild Indian spices. Both the dishes were flavoursome and extremely delicious. Other “Kharaas” items on the menu were chicken samosa, and Hungama kabab, an interesting starter, which is minced chicken hoisted on a breadstick, covered with wafer sticks, closet looking to a chicken lollipop, but not quite so. Also, available was BBQ cracker Chicken and Bohri fried chicken. We gorged on these appetizers, and gulped down Gol Pani, a traditional Bohri drink made of jaggery, and tamarind, lending it an organic flavour. For desserts, they have shahi tukda, sheer korma and caramel custard. They also have the famous Bohri chicken biryani on their mains. The owners were really friendly and very helpful with their suggestions. They also informed us, that though they are located in JP Nagar, they provide home delivery across Bangalore, which is a blessing as Bohri cuisine is not so easily available in this city. They also take party orders. The restaurant menu is far more comprehensive with chicken and mutton kheema, variations of veg, egg, chicken and mutton biryani and anda bhurji. So make sure you visit Bohra Bohra Cafe and get some delivered at home, to get a flavour of Bohri tradition.
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