Khan's Kitchen

Casual Dining

Khan's Kitchen

Kurla, Mumbai
₹ ₹ ₹ 

Opp. City Hospital, Ghonia Mansion, Sonapur Lane, Kurla, Mumbai

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The self-proclaimed dal gosht’ king of Kurla is Khan’s Kitchen {located bang opposite City Hospital on LBS Marg}. This is yet another attempt to serve wholesome meals at reasonable prices. KK offers a menu that’s half tava snacks and half wholesome meals. With dishes like naanchap, baida roti, chicken roll, tava bhuna, chicken Delhi fry and much more, KK brings a slice of Minara Masjid to Kurla West.

What makes KK stand out is the quality of their meat, especially in their succulent chicken kebabs – it can give the hajji tikka from Bohri Mohalla a run for their money. Less fat, more protein, and perfectly marinated.

Baida Roti here is served with a twist, with shreds of chicken, onion and capsicum, all packed with a mild masala as opposed to the roaring red keema usually spotted at almost other place.

KK’s dal gosht is recommended to people who aren’t familiar to this beauty of dal cooked with shank meat and dudhi, served with bagara rice. They also do a kofta biryani and the trending Arabian Chinese rice {especially popular in Byculla, JJ and Mazgaon restaurants}, which essentially means fried rice served with tandoori chicken.

Check out Assad Dadan’s blog, Medium and Rare, here.

Casual Dining

Khan's Kitchen

Kurla, Mumbai
₹ ₹ ₹ 

Opp. City Hospital, Ghonia Mansion, Sonapur Lane, Kurla, Mumbai

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