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Since we already know how culturally varied India is, let's begin this journey of experiencing Indian street food from the North. The word 'chaat' is popularly believed to have its roots from the Hindi verb 'chaatna' which means 'to lick' - and the name is absolutely apt since it is finger licking good. If eaten with the hands, licking will become an involuntary enjoyment!

Chaat is typically served on the roadside from stalls or food carts. It can be eaten as a small mid-day snack or you can combine various items to make a full meal. Chaat did not originate in any particular region in India. In fact, different dishes originated in different parts of Northern India and each state has their own rendition of it. The tastes will be as varied as their names. Chaat is usually a combination of flavors like sweet, spicy, tangy and textures from as crunchy as cornflakes to as soft as a marshmallow. All these peculiar tastes and textures combine on your palate and tantalize your taste buds like never before! It will be an unforgettable experience - we promise!

Pani Puri

C1 Pani Puri (8 pieces)
Pani Puri (8 pieces)
It is a hollow, round crusty shell called puri; to which you add a
C2 Pani Puri Basket (40 pieces)
Pani Puri Basket (40 pieces)
The same as Pani Puri but a basket of 40 pcs for those who just can

Bhel Puri

C3 Bhel Puri
Bhel Puri
The most sought after savory snack while strolling alongside the
C4 Special Bhel Puri
Special Bhel Puri
The same as Bhel Puri but with a few crunchy additions of peanuts,
C5 Jhaal Muri
Jhaal Muri
The Kolkata version of Bhel Puri is the Jhaal Muri. Consists of
C6 Sukha Bhel
Sukha Bhel
Sukha Bhel is the answer for you when you are looking for a quick
C7 Chinese Bhel
Chinese Bhel
Influenced by our Chinese neighbor - Chinese Bhel is made with

Chaat Puri

C8 Dahi Puri
Dahi Puri
Dahi Puri is especially famous in Maharashtra and is believed to
C9 Sev Batata Puri
Sev Batata Puri
Sev Batata Puri is a flat/round puri topped with diced potatoes,
C10 Ragda Puri
Ragda Puri
One of the popular member from the family of Indian Street Food.
C11 Masala Puri
Masala Puri
This dish originated in Uttar Pradesh but is specially famous in

Introduced to India from the Middle East in the 13th or 14th century, this is a fusion of two enigmatic cultures resulting in an equally spectacular dish.

C12 Samosa (2 pieces)
Samosa (2 pieces)
Samosa is a fried pastry in a triangle shape with a savory filling
C13 Dahi Samosa Chaat
Dahi Samosa Chaat
Smashed samosas, topped with sweet tamarind chutney, mint-cilantro
C14 Samosa Chole
Samosa Chole
The perfect adaptation of samosa for the people who love a little
C15 Samosa Ragda
Samosa Ragda
Mashed samosa, warm green pea curry, mint-cilantro chutney, sweet


C16 Aloo Tikki
Aloo Tikki
Paradise for all potato lovers! A delicious variation of potato
C17 Tikki Chole
Tikki Chole
The spicy potato croquettes served with chickpea curry, mint-
C18 Ragda Patties
Ragda Patties
Indian street food favorite, this dish is an important member that
C19 Vegetable Cutlets
Vegetable Cutlets
Cutlets with a spicy Indian twist! Peas, carrots, beet and boiled


C20 Khasta Kachori
Khasta Kachori
'Kachori' originated in Rajasthan, Western India. It is a
C21 Ragda Kachori
Ragda Kachori
Kachori shells filled with warm green peas ragda, sweet tamarind
C22 Bhel Kachori
Bhel Kachori
When you can't decide between two favorites - why not combine
C23 Raj Kachori
Raj Kachori
The king of all kachoris! When you want to be adventurous and love
C24 Dahi Ragda Kachori
Dahi Ragda Kachori
A unique mix of temperature between the white pea curry and yogurt

Chaat Specials

C25 Papdi Chaat
Papdi Chaat
Papdi Chaat is more famous in Northern India compared to other
C26 Bhalla Papdi Chaat
Bhalla Papdi Chaat
A tea time favorite for when friends and family are visiting. Papdi
C27 Neehees Special Chaat
Neehees Special Chaat
Our version of the Papdi Chaat, a special concoction of flavors and
C28 Delhi Chaat
Delhi Chaat
Chaat inspired by the locals from Delhi. It is delicious and gives
C29 Dahi Wada
Dahi Wada
A favorite summertime snack to beat the heat. Dahi Wada is believed
C30 Khaman Dhokla
Khaman Dhokla
Originated in Gujarat, Western India; this snack can be eaten at
C31 Idli Chaat
Idli Chaat
That feeling when you actually look forward to a preparation made
C32 Aloo Chaat
Aloo Chaat
This dish will take you on a journey to the hub of eateries and
C33 Chana Chaat
Chana Chaat
This rather simple yet sophisticated creation is adaptable to all
C34 Sweet Potato Chaat
Sweet Potato Chaat
After bidding goodbye to summer and welcoming early fall charcoal
The aroma of the wet mud and the pitter-patter of raindrops falling on the window sill makes every Indian remember 'Pakodas' and 'Chai'. This is the most divine combination of cold weather and food. 'Pakodas' are like vegetable fritters, sometimes served with one or more chutneys and is usually eaten as a tea-time snack.

We Indians make these all the time when we have guests come over unannounced. It is simple and tasty and goes well with almost anything ranging from bread to curry or with tea. There are street stalls that serve pakodas and even entire stores that only make different kinds of pakodas. The 'Pakodas' are a full meal for many people living in India.

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P1 Mixed Vegetable Pakoda
Mixed Vegetable Pakoda
An all-time favorite are these mixed vegetable pakodas. Chopped
P2 Methi Gota
Methi Gota
These are a specialty from the Western Region in India, Gujarat. A
P3 Onion Pakoda
Onion Pakoda
These crispy and spicy onion fritters is and will be an eternal
P4 Batata Vada
Batata Vada
In South-West India in Maharashtra, these are potato fritters with
P5 Mirchi Bhajia
Mirchi Bhajia
Originating in Western region of India, Rajasthan. Huge vessels are
P6 Cut Mirchi
Cut Mirchi
This nutty yet spicy dish will give you a sense of tasteful
P7 Paneer Pakoda
Paneer Pakoda
This dish will continue to enhance your love for cottage cheese.
Rajasthani Mirchi Vada
Rajasthani Mirchi Vada
Popular and originated in the state of Rajasthan, as the name
Sandwiches + Burgers
Sandwiches and burgers are a massive part of Indian Street food culture unlike common perception. What really makes them different is the spices and the sauces. All of these vegetarian sandwiches are brimming with flavor and are always either grilled or toasted. These sandwiches are now available roadside, at fast food joints and even in restaurants.

These sandwiches and burgers are never dry - they are always accompanied with some spicy chutney and are always toasted in butter. These sandwiches and Indian burgers have now become an integral part of the culture in India. All of NeeHee's sandwiches are grilled with 3 slices of bread and all Indian roadside burgers are served on a pav (unsweetened bun).

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J1 Bombay Vegetable Grill
Bombay Vegetable Grill
This famous sandwich was contrived on the streets of Mumbai
J2 Chutney Vegetable
Chutney Vegetable
Like the name suggests there's going to be vegetables and lots
J3 Paneer Vegetable
Paneer Vegetable
The balance of the creamy paneer (cottage cheese) and spices gives
J4 Mushroom Pepper Grill
Mushroom Pepper
A mild and tender roasted onion, peppers and mushrooms with hint of
J5 Aloo Garlic
Aloo Garlic
Mashed potatoes with spicy garlic, ketchup, tomato slices,
J6 Mumbai College Grill
Mumbai College Grill
Yes, there is a special version of grilled sandwiches that

Roadside Burgers
Vada Pav is a popular spicy fast food dish native to the Indian state of Maharashtra and originated in the city of Mumbai. It consists of a vada (potato fritter) used as a patty between pav (unsweetened buns). It is one of the most famous dishes and found everywhere from railway platforms to restaurants. And since then, there have been abundant variations of these roadside burgers.

B1 Vada Pav
Vada Pav
Vada Pav is now an enormous part of the Maharashtrian culture. It
B2 Samosa Pav
Samosa Pav
The equally famous brother of the Vada Pav is the Samosa Pav. Our
B4 Dabeli
This spicy snack originated from the Kutch region of Gujarat. A
B5 Aloo Tikki Burger
Aloo Tikki Burger
Inspired by some American fast food, this is our take on a
B3 Szechuan Cheese Vada Pav
Szechuan Cheese Vada Pav
Another Indo-Chinese fusion. It will leave you pleasantly surprised
B6 Amritsari Bun Chole
Amritsari Bun Chole
A bunch of different spices slowly simmered with the chickpeas to
Street Meals
YES, you can get an entire meal street side in India. A street meal is usually a spicy vegetable curry or sabji (spiced vegetables sautéed in oil with a variety of spices) served with any type of bread. The whole experience of everything being cooked right in front of you in huge vessels, and even bread toasted or in the form of puris being fried right in front you, will leave you in awe. It will be evident that these cooks are talented and are super quick. The aroma is spread around everywhere and you will know from afar the treat you are in for.

These meals are delicious and will make you feel content. They are popular in college and office cafeterias and vendors are largely seen in shopping/commercial areas, around offices and schools. Street meals are available at any time of the day or night. You will never go hungry - that's for sure!

Mini Meals

M1 Chole Bhature
Chole Bhature
Originated in Northern India, Punjab. It used to be a heavy
M2 Pav Bhaji
Pav Bhaji
A very popular dish from the streets of Mumbai is a favorite of
M3 Cheese Pav Bhaji
Cheese Pav Bhaji
The favorite Pav Bhaji topped with mozzarella cheese. For those who
M4 Puri Bhaji
Puri Bhaji
Popular on railway platforms or as a packed lunch on trains. This
M5 Undhiyu Puri
Undhiyu Puri
Undhiyu is a masterpiece from the region of Gujarat. 'Undhu

Imagine a round platter of dishes that cover all the flavors from sweet to salty and bitter to spicy! All these dishes are meant to bring a balance of flavors and come together to make you feel fully satisfied at the end of your meal. There are various versions of the Thali from every part of the country and we serve the Gujarati one. It consists of small portions of various sabjis, rice, roti (Indian bread), soup, raita (yogurt with spices, cucumber and carrots), pickle (spicy and tangy mixed vegetables) served in small bowls and dividers.

M6 Mini Gujarati Thali
Mini Gujarati Thali
A small version for a small appetite or just to taste. Potato-
M7 Special Gujarati Thali
Special Gujarati Thali
Three types of sabjis (various), rice, roti, gujrati dal (soup),

Parathas are the Indian version of flatbreads. Originated and more prevalent in the Northern region of India. They are baked on a flat griddle and concluded by shallow frying. These Parathas have different stuffing options based on your choice of taste.

M8 Aloo Paratha
Aloo Paratha
One of the most popular dishes in Northern, Central and Western
M9 Gobi Paratha
Gobi Paratha
Whole wheat flatbread stuffed with a spicy cauliflower mix, served
M10 Paneer Paratha
Paneer Paratha
The creamy texture of paneer(cottage cheese) along with the soft
Desi - Chinese
Even though India and China are neighbors they share very few similarities in language and culture. The two countries are separated by the magnificent Himalayas that further expands into a desert in China keeping the majority of the population away from each other.

Nonetheless, there is a small Chinese community living in Kolkata (Eastern region of India) that has cultivated the Indian Chinese cuisine is the Chinese seasoning and cooking expertise adapted to the Indian taste. These unique flavors and combinations are widely famous in other East Asian countries such as Singapore and Malaysia too.

Desi-Chinese is extremely popular amongst the younger generation in India and is available even in college cafeteria's nowadays. An exclusive blend catered for people who enjoy and love the flamboyance in their food.

Desi - Chinese Soups

S2 Manchow Soup
Manchow Soup
A favorite in India, may become yours too! Add a little crunch to
S3 Sweet Corn Soup
Sweet Corn Soup
The ideal balance of sweet and savory flavors with a creamy texture
S1 Hot and Sour Soup
Hot and Sour Soup
Just like the name suggests, it is hot and sour. . It consists of

Desi - Chinese Gravy

G1 Vegetable Manchurian Gravy
 Vegetable Manchurian Gravy
This ever popular dish is prepared with vegetable balls consisting
G2 Paneer Chilli Gravy
Paneer Chilli Gravy
This exquisite dish will be the ultimate melt in your mouth
G3 Eggplant in Garlic Sauce
Eggplant in Garlic Sauce
Flavorful eggplant with a moderately spicy gravy combines to tingle
G4 Exotic Vegetables in Black Bean Sauce
Exotic Vegetables in Black Bean Sauce
Mildly pungent taste of the Black Bean sauce with the exotic stir
G5 Sweet and Sour Vegetables
Sweet and Sour Vegetables
Sweet and Sour is an invincible combination of flavors. You just

Desi - Chinese Stir Fry

A1 Paneer Chili
Paneer Chili
Crisp cubes of Paneer (cottage cheese) tossed around in manchurian
A2 Kung Pao Paneer
Kung Pao Paneer
This combination of paneer with peanuts, cashews nuts, red chilies
A3 Szechuan Orange Paneer
Szechwan Orange Paneer
The savory hot and spicy flavor of the szechuan with the slightly
A4 Gobi Manchurian
Gobi Manchurian
Crispy batter fried cauliflower florets, sweet bell peppers and
A5 Soy Garlic Gobi
Soy Garlic Gobi
As the name suggests, crisp cauliflower florets are stir fried in
A6 Gobi 65
Gobi 65
Another adaptation of cauliflower florets in the indo -chinese
A7 Vegetable Manchurian
Vegetable Manchurian
The ever so famous dish is mildly spicy but also booms with flavor
A8 Garlic Baby Corn
A mildly pungent flavor with undertones of sweetness takes you
A9 Chili Idli
Chili Idli
A fusion of South Indian and Chinese will make you feel pleasantly
A10 Chili Orange Potato
Chili Orange Potato
Crisp potato pieces, onions, sweet bell peppers tossed in our
A11 Black Dragon Potato
Black Dragon Potato
Impressive amalgamation of the starchy flavor of potato and mildly
A12 Szechuan Potato
Szechuan Potato
If you like potatoes and tangy flavor this should be your go-to!

Desi - Chinese Rice

R1 Vegetable Fried Rice
Vegetable Fried Rice
The whole world has their own version of fried rice. This Indo-
R2 Burnt Ginger Rice
Burnt Ginger Rice
Absolutely splendid medley of julienned, fried ginger and our sweet
R3 Szechuan Fried Rice
Szechuan Fried Rice
An exquisite blend of spicy flavors that is sure to tantalize your
R4 Manchurain Rice
Manchurain Rice
Everything manchurian for those who love the complexities in the
R5 Triple Szechuan Fried Rice
Triple Szechuan Fried Rice
The unbelievable combination of noodles, fried rice and crisp

Desi - Chinese Noodles

N1 Vegetable Hakka Noodles
Vegetable Hakka Noodles
Served in most restaurants as well as on the roadside. This dish is
N2 Szechuan Spicy Noodles
Szechuan Spicy Noodles
This is your choice if you like your Asian food hot and spicy!
N3 Singapore Noodles
Singapore Noodles
Bringing so many traditions together, just like the name suggests.
N4 Paneer, Corn and Garlic Noodles
Paneer, Corn and Garlic Noodles
This accurate Indian version is pungent and spicy with undertones
N5 American Chopsuey
American Chopsuey
Another surprising blend of cultures. This is the Indian evolution
Dosa is a savory, thin and crispy crepe made from fermented rice and lentil flour. Dosa occupy a substantial part of the South Indian diet and is also popular all over the Indian subcontinent.It can be made soft or crispy according to your preference Traditionally, dosa is served with a bowl of sambhar and coconut chutney.

Here is a quick guide to help you decide on a Dosa. Basically, there are three different bases that you can choose from:

This is a thin and crispy, savory crepe.
Rava Dosa
This type is made from semolina, rice flour and plain flour and does not require fermentation. It has a grainy and net like texture and can be made soft or crispy according to your preference.
And lastly, this is more like a soft, savory pancake made with fermented batter and grilled until it is soft on the inside and crisp on the outside.

All of our dosas are served with:
It is a spiced vegetable-lentil soup. The different vegetables and the lentils with the spices and tamarind pulp make it super flavorful and definitely a treat.
Coconut Chutney
Freshly grated coconut tempered with spices and mustard seeds.
Tomato-onion-peanut Chutney
This is our signature chutney and is sweet and spicy with a sour undertone.

After selecting a base you can now look at the list below to understand other toppings and variations that will satisfy your palate.


D1 Plain Dosa
Plain Dosa
Thin and crispy, this savory crepe when eaten with the sambhar and
D2 Paper Roast Dosa
Paper Roast
When you just can't get enough of the Dosa; this 2½ feet long
D3 Cheese Dosa
Cheese Dosa
Everything tastes better with cheese. For all you cheese lovers.
D4 Green Chili and Cheese Dosa
Green Chili and Cheese Dosa
Yes, mozzarella cheese with hot chopped green chilies topped on
D5 Onion Roast Dosa
Onion Dosa
The deep, roasty, slightly sweet flavor of sautéed onions in the
D6 Three Idiots Dosa
Three Idiots Dosa
Three separate chutney flavored cone dosas Haradhaniya chutney (
D7 Masala Dosa
Masala Dosa
One of the most popular dosa varieties. Plain dosa, potato-onion
D8 Mysore Masala Dosa
Mysore Chutney Masala
The delicious sweet, spicy and tangy mysore chutney spread in the
D9 Haradhaniya Masala Dosa
Haradhaniya Chutney Masala
Fresh cilantro and mint chutney spread on the dosa served with
D10 Andhra Spice Masala Dosa
Andhra Spice Chutney Masala
Ginger, garlic and red chilies take the spice to a whole new level
D11 Gun Powder Masala Dosa
Gun Powder Butter Masala Crisp
Spicy gun powder masala sprinkled in the dosa along with ghee,
D12 Garlic Roast Dosa
Garlic Roast
The slightly pungent and sweetness of garlic chutney spread and
D13 Cheese Butter Masala Dosa
Cheese Butter Masala
What could go wrong with cheese and butter? Plain dosa made crisp
D14 Paper Masala Dosa
Paper Masala
Yup, this one is going to be a 2½ feet long crisp dosa served with
D16 Rawa Masala Dosa
Rava Masala
This savory, crispy, grainy crepe with the spicy, soft and fluffy

Rava Dosa
'Rava' is the Hindi word for semolina. These are the derivatives of dosas but they do not require fermentation. With the addition of a few spices in the semolina batter it is grilled to a crisp/soft, grainy texture.

D15 Plain Rawa Dosa
Plain Rava
Savory and grainy texture make for an extremely unique and
D18 Onion Rawa Masala Dosa
Onion Rava Masala
Onion rava dosa served with the delicious potato-onion masala.
D17 Onion Rawa Dosa
Onion Rava
The slightly pungent yet sweet flavor of onions in the semolina
D20 Spicy Rawa Masala Dosa
Spicy Rava Masala
A very uniique combination of our signature Haradhaniya chutney and
D21 Gun Powder Rawa Masala Dosa
Gun Powder Rava Masala
This gunpowder chutney is a mix of pulses and chilies spiced up for
D19 Dry Nuts Rawa Masala Dosa
Dry Nuts Masala
The nutty and sweet taste on the somewhat gritty texture is so

Uttapam is another favorite in the South Indian cuisine. Unlike dosas it is made by cooking ingredients in a batter of fermented rice and lentil flour. It is crisp on the outside and soft like idli on the inside.

U1 Onion Chili Uttapam
Onion Chili Uttapam
Onions and chili bring an interesting pungent and spicy balance in
U2 Peas and Paneer Uttapam
Peas and Paneer and Cheese Uttapam
The soft and moist paneer (cottage cheese) cubes and the sweetness
U3 Vegetable Utttapam
Vegetable Utttapam
This uttapam is topped with variety of vegetables (sweet bell
U4 Green Chili and Pineapple Uttapam
Green Chili and Pineapple Uttapam
Juicy pineapple and hot green chilies topped on the uttapam and
U5 Sandwich Uttapam
Sandwich Uttapam
Potato-onion masala sandwiched between two layers of uttapam along

Fusion Dosa Wrap
Dosas are given a new avatar in Mumbai's Khau Galli (special street with a lineup of streetside vendors) with innovative and great fusion combinations. Fillings are added in a dosa and cut into four or more portions while it is grilled to a golden brown soft or crisp texture to make a delicious Dosa Wrap. The fusion wraps are unique and packed with flavor with a ton of options.

W1 Salad Roast Dosa Wrap
Salad Dosa
The thick and creamy mayonnaise with salad vegetables in a dosa
W2 Vegetable Spring Dosa Wrap
Vegetable Spring
Strong pungent taste with a little bit of sweetness of the soy
W3 Chili Mili Paneer Dosa Wrap
Chili Mili Paneer
The robust flavors of the sauce with the spongy and creamy cottage
W4 Pav Bhaji Dosa Wrap
Pav Bhaji
The combination of two iconic street foods creating the most
W5 Dabeli Dosa Wrap
Dabeli Dosa
The mix brings along so many different textures from crunchy
W6 Corn, Cheese and Paneer Dosa Wrap
Corn, Cheese and Paneer
Creamy, sweet and tangy with a little bit of spice makes it one of
W7 Paneer Bhurji Dosa Wrap
Paneer Bhurji
Scrambled and spiced cottage cheese is the perfect blend of the
W8 Szechuan Paneer Dosa Wrap
Szechuan Paneer
Soft paneer with spicy Szechuan sauce in the dosa is an absolute
W9 Chopsuey Dosa Wrap
Chop Suey Dosa Wrap
India is the melting point of a multitude of cuisines and this is
W10 Chutney Cheese
Chutney Cheese
The ever-so famous chutneys are obviously combined in our dosas as
W11 Sandwich Dosa Wrap
Sandwich Dosa Wrap
The popularity of sandwiches definitely holds its place in the
South Indian
Now it's time to experience the cuisine of the South. This cuisine uses the ingredients that are largely available in coastal regions such as rice, coconut, tamarind, lentils, mustard seeds to name a few. North Indian cuisine and South Indian cuisine are polar opposites quite literally! The staple grain of the North is wheat and hence serves a lot of bread and roti.

The staple grain of the South is rice and can be mixed with lentils or other vegetables to make a variety of dishes. With two monsoon seasons a year and the tropical weather, spices are grown in abundance and hence this cuisine is usually spicier in taste. Customized Dosas (rice and lentil crepe) and steamed Idli (rice cakes) are a big part of the street food culture in metropolitan cities like Mumbai, Pune and Delhi. All our South Indian varieties are served with Sambhar (spicy lentil-vegetable soup) and two chutneys; coconut and tomato-onion-peanut. Are you ready to dig in?

Idli - Vadas

E1 Idly Sambhar
Idli Sambhar
A traditional breakfast in South Indian homes is this savory cake
E2 Vada Sambhar
Vada Sambhar
Another regular in a South Indian household is the Vada Sambhar.
E3 Idly Vada Platter
Idli Vada Platter
When you want the best of both worlds the platter is a must. Two
E4 Tawa Idly
Tawa Idli
Pieces of idli fried and sautéed in tomato-onion sauce, curry
E5 Mini Idly Sambhar & Ghee
Sambhar Idli Ghee
Mini idlis dipped in sambhar and garnished with ghee (clarified
E6 Idly Fritters
Idli Fritters
Mini idlis deep fried in vada batter, served with sambhar, coconut
Drinks & Desserts
Desserts makes each and every one of us weak in the knees. It is like the shining sun on a cold winter day and it is definitely a suitable end to any meal. And Indians have a special fondness for sweets, no doubt. Culturally, desserts are an integral part of sacred offerings be it in Gurudwaras serving 'khada prasad' or in temples serving 'boondi ladoos'. Most of the Indian desserts are made of milk, sugar and 'mawa' (milk solids).

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DR1 Lassi (Salt, Rose, Mango, Sweet)
Origniated in the Northern region of Punjab. It is sometimes even
DR2 Falooda
The origin of Falooda was in Persia and was introduced to India by
DR3 Cutting Chai (Homemade Tea)
"Chai' is the iconic beverage of India. There are '
DR5 Sugarcane Juice
Sugarcane Juice
Fresh juice pressed from sugar canes with a slice of lime and
DR4 Ice Cream Milkshakes
Our ice cream milkshakes are thick, blended with your choice of ice
IC Home-made Ice cream Single scoop (4 oz)
Our ice creams are homemade. They consist of milk, sugar, and
Kids Menu

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K1 Paneer Poppers
Paneer Poppers
Paneer strips dipped into chickpea flour batter and deep fried
K2 Potato Roti Roll
Mild potato curry wrapped in wheat roti with ketchup and cheese.
K3 Chapati Gobi
Crisp cauliflower tossed with sweet and tangy soy tomato sauce.
K4 Cheese & Jam Dosa
Cheese Jam Dosa
Plain dosa topped with cheese and served with mixed fruit jam.
K5 Shrikhand Puri
Shrikhand Puri
Mango flavoured shrikhand served with two deep fried pooris.
K6 Kids Chowmein
Kids Chowmein
Wheat noodles tossed with corn, paneer, cabbage, carrots with sweet
K7 Veg Ball Rice
Basmati rice tossed with cabbage-carrots, sweet mild soy sauce and
K8 Paneer & Cheese Paratha
Paneer Cheese Paratha
Shredded paneer and mozzarella cheese stuffed into whole wheat
K9 Paneer Burger
Paneer Burger
Crisp paneer squares placed between buns with tomato, ketchup,
K10 Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Cheddar cheese slices melted between two slices of bread until