Ten-Second Takeaway

If you thought the all-time favourite aloo samosas couldn’t get any better, think again. Killer Samosas might just prove you wrong with their versions of the popular snack.

Variety Is The Spice Of Life

A tiny joint located on the busy JNC Road in Koramangala, Killer Samosas is easy to miss, especially with all the other options you have in the area. But, if it’s samosas you’re craving for, we suggest you keep your eyes peeled and head straight to this three-month-old place. Giving the all-time favourite desi snack a complete makeover, the samosas here come with fillings ranging from chicken and kheema to chocolate. And, there’s free chai too!

Meaty Or Chocolatey

Skip the classic aloo version here in favour of their other options. The Mutton Keema {their way of spelling Kheema, not ours} samosa, filled with minced mutton and a dash of peas, are flavourful but not too spicy. Perfect to go with the ginger chai they serve (did we mention it’s free?)! You could also go for the Chicken Tikka samosa which claims to be fiery. Vegetarians, despair not, you have the Aachari Paneer to try.

We love their concept of giving a videsi twist to the snack with their Cocktail Style samosas. Pick from Jalapeno & Cheese {one of the most popular here, they say}, Spring Roll {samosas with Chinese-style stir fried vegetables}, Spinach & Corn, Pizza and Chicken Pizza. We tried the Pizza kind which include four mini samosas of a thin pastry shell. Expect an interesting blend of flavours with its light filling that has cheese and a hint of the tomato sauce that’s typical of pizzas, and a sprinkling of olives and jalapenos. Top it off with their yummy dessert options — Chocolate Lava {samosas oozing with a generous Nutella filling} and Apple Cinnamon ones.

Having recently relocated to their current spot, the joint has shifted to a stall format. So, while there’s no seating here, you can go ahead and enjoy your pick of samosas with a gang of buddies.

So, We’re Thinking…

What’s not to love about hot, crispy samosas, especially when they come with such interesting variations?

Featured image by: Devika Raman