Chole Bhature For Lunch? These 5 Joints In Gurgaon Keep Us Coming Back

    Nothing spells ‘pocket-friendly lunch’ like a plate of chole bhature. Not only is this North Indian dish quintessential comfort food, enjoying it is never really dependent on your bank balance.

    It’s also best eaten on a rainy day so, just as the monsoon sets in, bookmark this list of some of the finest chole bhature we’ve had in Gurgaon.

    Soul Spice & Co.

    Parathas, rolls, pakoras or chaat, Soul Spice & Co. is for those who love street food but are always worried about hygiene. Slightly spicy but good for the soul, the chole bhature at this restaurant on Golf Course road ticks all the right boxes.

    Beeji De Chole Bhature

    We love this tiny shop on Sohna Road for their unconventional take on the humble chole bhature. Chinese, buttery or slightly sweet – take your pick from their focused menu; of course you can opt for the traditional variant if you’re not in the mood to experiment.

    The shop shuts at 5pm and the prices start at INR 80.

    Harish Bakery

    Sector 56’s Harish Bakery has a menu that accommodates both chinjabi food and chaat quite comfortably. However, it is their chole bhature that has been delighting foodies for many years. That and the economical prices.

    Civil Lines Wala

    Civil Lines Wala

    Sector 15, Gurgaon

    A half-plate of Civil Lines Wala’s iconic chole bhature will only set you back by INR 40, but this will be the best 40 bucks you’ve ever spent. Served with masala aloo, achaar, ginger and green chili, the chole bhature at CLW has a special place in the hearts of Gurgaon’s residents.

    Om Sweets

    Started as a small mithai shop, Om Sweets now has outlets all over Gurgaon. We’re partial to the one in Sector 31 but there’s probably one close to whichever part of Gurgaon you call home {or office}.

    Fluffy bhaturas with a well-spiced channa mix, Om Sweets is a fail-safe option when you’re hankering for a plate of this popular dish.