Casual Dining

SodaBottleOpenerWala

locationKhan Market
4.3
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The Buddha Bowls By Chef Anahita At SodaBottleOpenerWala Are Super Healthy

Parul posted on 02 December

What Makes It Awesome

What I usually love about SodaBottleOpenerWala is the quirky interiors, like a vintage Bombay home and then the amazing retro music, where else will you hear {and love} 'Aap Jaisa Koi?'. Though their menu is perhaps the best representation of Bombay food, focusing on Parsi cuisine, in particular, it's lovely when they do food festivals and pop-ups because it's always something new and refreshing. This time around, the Khan Market and Noida outlets are showcasing Buddha Bowls by Chef Anahita, from SodaBottleOpenerWala in Powai and since I went there twice, I can safely say, the whole menu is soul satisfying! Start with Anaida's magic soup, a delicious combination of coriander, chicken, bean sprouts, turnips, winter veggies and an added texture of roasted vermicelli. Follow it up with a healthy salad that's shockingly yummy and super colourful, think beetroot and pomegranate! Then head for the bowls, choose from four variants, I loved the Persian chicken Bowl with her signature Chicken Jujeh Kebab, Chicken Sanbooseh, the best way to have a samosa and chicken and tomato & berry sauce. If you prefer red meat then go for the Persian mutton bowl, with black lime flavoured lamb shank, mutton cutlet and haleem, lightly flavoured where you can taste meat for what it is. The bowls come with frills like berry pulao and little bites here and there making them very hearty.

What Could Be Better?

The promotion is on until the end of December but I am already worried about missing the mutton bowl.

What's My Pro Tip?

Head to their Khan Market outlet, binge on their Bawa Brekkie, head out for a morning of shopping in the sun and then pop back in for a healthy Buddha Bowl and make the most of a day off!

Anything Else?

If a bowl seems like too much, Anaida's menu also has a la carte dishes out of which the truly stellar ones have got to be the Persian Haleem, an aromatic version of the one we known here in North India, Esfahan, the biryani without rice and what the menu states as 'Beryani', it's fire roasted mutton mince, mildly spiced and topped on a baked naan, it makes for an excellent bar bite as well!

More Information

Casual Dining

SodaBottleOpenerWala

2 Outlets in Delhi
locationKhan Market

73, Khan Market, New Delhi

4.3
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locationSector 18

3rd Floor, DLF Mall Of India, Sector 18, Noida

3.8
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locationCyber City

3, Ground Floor, Cyber Hub, DLF Cyber City, Gurgaon

4.2
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Casual Dining

SodaBottleOpenerWala

locationKhan Market