Among the vegetarian options, I have a natural affinity for the regular Punjabi Aloo samosa but Jodhpuri Aloo Pyaz and Corn & Cheese, I just had to try them. The verdict was, I loved them both, I
did skip the noodle one because that’s a bit much for someone like me, one family member did try it and they’re hooked. The best part is their selection of non-vegetarian Samosas mainly because those are harder to find, I loved each and every one (we have ordered 4 times so far!). I suggest you start with the chicken & cheese and Kolkata chilli chicken, really stellar stuff, I do wish they work on a keema green chilli and mutton sukka variant at some point (hear hear!). Now go ahead and make it a party and here’s how, add a flask of ginger or masala chai. The chai is excellent, less pre-mix after taste than the usual chai places, the samosa skins are thicker than the street variety but more satisfying since the filling is a lot, the sheer of the samosa is marvellous, easily a mini meal for someone like me.
Since we also like to order breakfast from here, I am happy to report that they have chaats, burgers and combos, I really enjoy the samosa burger and samosa chhole chaat. If you’re a group or planning to entertain then check out the deals in the combo section. Breakfast staples also include Bun Maska, Vada Pav, Samosa Pav and more. I skipped the desserts though I wouldn’t mind trying the Molten Chocolate Samosa, but I will need more guts for that. All in all, this menu is excellent for a specific craving like samosas, the packaging is great and the fact that they aren’t fried is inspiring enough to continue ordering!