Street food under one roof now a hop away

So, you love street food? But find street-hopping for chaat a bit cumbersome? So, how about getting all the street food under one roof. Jalebis to dabelis, chaat to kulcha , tala huwa machi to chole kulche . If that sounds tempting enough, head to Barbeque Nation’s Delhi outlets(Connaught Place, Sector 16 – Noida, Saket, Gurgaon – Sushant Lok & Sohna Road, Jangpura, Vivek Vihar, Vasant Kunj, Faridabad & Pitampura), between July 22 to  Aug 7and see how exciting it really is when you move from one counter to the other — street food hopping in true sense. Barbeque Nation boasts of a Khau Galli menu from the gastronomically rich quarters of Delhi – where the aromas of robust flavours give you hints of everything from Dhai Bhalle  to Murga Malai tikka.

Vegetarians can begin with Nadru Kebab – spicy combination of spices, lotus stem and potato, Tandoor Malai Khumb – stuffed mushroom cooked in cream with a hint of cardamom that melt in your mouth, Zaituni Shorba, Pudina Ananas ke Tikke – pineapple grilled and  roasted with mint leaves, the famous Dhai ke Kebab. Non-vegetarians can relishMutton Dehlvi Adraki Seekh – popular street delicacy, Nimoda Tandoori Jhinga – succulently roasted prawns marinated in lemon zest and dhabha style Murga Tikka. The other tid-bits include Jalpari Arbi salad, Fatehpuri fried chicken, Muli Akhrot ki chutney.

The Chole Kulche, Surkh Fish tikka, Matiya Mahel ki Hariyali Subzi, Gosht ki galawat with ulte tawe ka parathaare amongst the many main course dishes that would grace your plate, whilst you stroll around our live masala paratha, chaat, dessert and kebabcounters.The meal is concluded with creamy and delicious Galiyon ki Firniand sweet and sticky Jama Masjid ke shahi tudka. Truly, the variety is interesting and exhausting and all one can do is go on a guilt trip to this galli.

It is not just the food that changes the mood, the ambience, the décor — everything suggests a street fest for all to enjoy. Barbeque Nation outlets will transform into narrow lanes of Old Delhi bustling with gol gappa vendor on bi-cycle, Kulfi vendors selling their creamy concoctions in old style matkas, colorful bright lights and faint sounds of  sinful Punjabi music in the background to get you grooving!

Mr. Sameer Bhasin – Chief Executive Officer, Barbeque Nation Hospitality Ltd., says, “Each street and lane of Delhi is imbued with a history of gastronomic glory, offering the flavors of heritage, tradition and a passion for food that has been shaped over eras, across borders, and in the hearts of the city’s people. We at Barbeque Nation strive to offer best of culinary experience to our diners. ‘Dilli Wali Khau Galli’ festival is one such endeavor. We hope that our diners join us on this food odyssey and immensely enjoy themselves”.

Barbeque Nation is a pioneer in India to promote ‘DIY’ (do-it-yourself) cuisine with a concept of live on-the-table grill, since its first store in Mumbai in 2006.  Barbeque Nation was founded with a simple vision – offering a complete dining experience to customers at affordable prices. The philosophy extended to all

Aspects of service and caused the chain to expand rapidly. By 2008, the barbeque chain had a significant pan-India presence, with outlets in Chandigarh, Delhi NCR, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. Across India, the chain appealed to the value conscious Indian consumer. In 2015, Barbeque Nation introduced ‘Live Counters’ at their outlets, where a chef cooked food exactly according to customer’s preferences. During the Dilli Wali Khau Gali festival, the live counters will offer Chawdi bazar ke choley kulche, papdi chaat, golgappe, Dhai Bhalla, mutton chaap and vegetarian dishes.

Adhering to the principle of always putting the customer first, the restaurant chain continually offers innovative food festivals across outlets introducing patrons to a range of interesting foods – of which the Dilli Wali Khau Galli food festival is a part. Today, Barbeque Nation is present in more than 68 outlets across India and is looking to new shores, to spread the Barbeque Nation magic.

Where: All Barbeque Nation outlets in Delhi (Connaught Place, Sector 16 – Noida, Saket, Gurgaon – Sushant Lok & Sohna Road, Jangpura, Vivek Vihar, Vasant Kunj, Faridabad & Pitampura)

Timings: Lunch and Dinner hours

Average meal for two: Rs 1600

Phone: 011-60600000/02


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