Ten-Second Takeaway

Head to chakh Le India in Versova to enjoy the magic of Delhi street food on the streets of Mumbai.

What Is It?

Started by four partners from the entertainment industry and hailing from Delhi, they were looking for a place where they could find the same old street food of Delhi at cheap prices. After multiple failed attempts, they finally decided to open their restaurant in Andheri and to make the taste authentic, they have literally sourced all their chefs right off the streets of Delhi.

Chow Down

Do the words raj kachori, rajma pakoda, muttar kulche and paranthewali galli ki aloo paranthe make you breathe heavily in delight and crave for them? Well, if you happen to be a Delhite settled in Mumbai or just the plain old traveler, you would surely be looking for places that would remind you of that dirt cheap yet lip-smacking delicious Delhi street food right?

10012017_chakhleindia03Well, leave your worries to us as we have found out this tiny joint called Chakh Le India in the uber posh suburbs of Versova which not only imports all its chefs and recipes all the way from the streets of Delhi, but also lets you have all of this at really cheap prices.

Just imagine this,one big plate of four large quarter pieces of allu parantha for Rs.60 and to add to that, a helping of gulab jamun and a glass of lassi – all of this for just INR 170 with no separate service taxes included! Yeah you heard it right – no separate taxes inclded!

10012017_chakhleindia01Plus, all the dishes and paranthas are freshly prepared right in front of you while you sit in their tiny outlet with an ambiance that will take you back to the streets of Delhi.

Sip On

We have fallen in love with their Banta Soda, a tangy version of lime juice, which is again has its original masala sourced all the way from Delhi.

So, We’re Saying…

Also, you might just run into any of the stars from the television industry who live nearby having a chilled meal at this place. So what are you waiting for? Head to this place ASAP for some mouth-watering food at dirt cheap prices.

Photos source: Chakh Le India