A rainy day in Gurgaon is not the same as a rainy day in Delhi for me. In Delhi it means hot pakoras, good movies and enjoying the rain beat through the window panes. In Gurgaon however it means traffic jams and everything that comes post. So, Uber Eats and a new place to blow away the blues.
This newbie – King’s Amritsari Kulcha was looking quite promising and it turned out pretty good.
I ordered a portion of aloo pyaaz garlic kulcha and a Shahi Thali.
Aloo pyaaz garlic kulcha comes with a side of choley and is humongous to start with. Super crispy and nicely stuffed with a delish aloo pyaaz mixture, the kulcha was well buttered but lacked the garlic zest. The Shahi Thali, again was fit for two hungry lads – choley, kadhi, paneer, rice, chutney, pyaaz and raita with two fairly big tandoori roti and aloo pyaaz kulcha. Their curries are very homely and the prices super affordable.
Do try them for an quick and cheap bite.