Sanjha Chulha has opened doors to a new section, which screams all things desi, at their EM Bypass outlet. The new addition to the restaurant feels like a love letter to the popular dhaba culture of North India. Keeping the “truck art” theme in mind, the walls are decked up with colourful murals and designs reminiscent of the ones seen on highway trucks. The vibrant tables and chairs add a pop of colour that immediately catches one’s attention. It is an ideal family restaurant where one can expect to spend some wholesome quality time catching up over a scrumptious North Indian and Indo-Chinese spread.
The Telegraph gets you a first look.
The generous use of vibrant colours for the interiors livens up the ambience. We love the art on the walls and the full-on Punjabi highway feels.
Prawn Tiranga Rice: Designed with the hues of the Indian Tricolour, the juicy, flavourful prawn is shelved in the middle portion over a bed of herbs and rice. Trust us, it tastes as good as it looks!
Chapli Kebab: Finely minced mutton keema is shaped into this Pashtun-style kebab. It is made with homemade garam masala and exudes a spicy, tangy taste.
Firangi Seekh Kebab: This Seekh Kebab is endowed with a generous amount of cheese and a special ingredient — avocado. The blend of avocado and cheese in this desi preparation is a sure winner!
Junglee Murgi: It may look like a regular chicken curry but it is cooked with desi murgi (country-breed chicken). This spicy red preparation perfectly accompanies steamed rice, pulao or roti.
Pictures: B. Halder