……..and some confusions (blog related) that I am facing. I am also confused about which one to go for first but I guess you will all be interested in Paranthas more than confusions, so yeah, decision made pretty much. 😀
First of all, my phone is not working anymore. Something went wrong and, therefore, I am not able to click pictures for the blog. I also lost the pictures I clicked in ‘Not Just Paranthas’. I’ll see if I have any in my computer.
Yes, regarding this place, it can simply be summed up in one phrase – average. The problem with me having North Indian food in restaurants is that I have a whole lot of places to compare it to. I mean apart from the food that gets cooked in North Indian families, we always have the option to compare it to awesome dhabas that we have visited. In that regard, it is disappointing. The paranthas that I had were not super tasty but they were not bad either. If you have nice, hygienic dhabas around you or you have access to good paranthas due to some reason (family, PG owner etc), you can give this place a miss. No need to pay 200 bucks for one average Parantha. However, if you work in a high-end place like Cyber Hub where Dhabas are pretty much non-existent or you don’t have access to good paranthas due to some reason but Parantha is one of those things that satiates your hunger like nobody’s business (like me), then you should check this place out. Amid all this, there are three things I really like about this place:
- Wide Variety of Paranthas
- The lassi (buttermilk) was really nice. I did not notice if they had other such drinks on the menu, I would like to try if they have.
- The water that they served had coriander and some other healthy herbs added which did not make much of a difference to the flavor but still it was a nice touch. 🙂
So, try if you are craving Paranthas and cannot have a better option.
Oh, and, in the past few days, I have tried so many new places in Cyber Hub, Gurgaon as I have started visiting my office after a long leave and a long stint at the client. I don’t know how will I ever document them. :O But I will. 🙂
Regarding the confusions, well, it is just that I am thinking about some new things for the blog but I don’t know where or how to start. They are very small changes but time-consuming nonetheless.So, if you can give me any tips on how to clear my mind and go about things step by step, it would be great. 🙂
Thanks for stopping by! 🙂
19 thoughts on “Not Just Paranthas!”
But what do you want to start?
Ummm, random ideas, I’ll put a post when I actually do start.
Hey,I love dhabas too. 🙂 Back home we have no dhabas as in no paranthas but we do have our little “thattu kadas”, but here I get to eat anything I want and my stomach is always happy! And Srishty thank you so much for passing on the CONFUSION because I did not get anythings at all!!! 😦
you too :O It’s really basic, just some new ideas for the blog, I’ll just write about it soon 😀
Confusion hai ye bataya, but end tak nai bataya ki confusion hai kya 🙂 Reminds me of those suspense serials they used to make in 90s.
Been to NJP once in college days,half a decade ago. Didn’t like it either. Overpriced, of course.
What did you do to your phone :O
LOL! I honestly did not realize it sounds so suspense types! It’s pretty random stuff really, like few things I want to incorporate in the blog, I think I should stop procrastinating and just do a post about the ideas!
Absolutely! 🙂 🙂
The most authentic food is at these dhabas and other roadside shops after that its tough for us to like restaurants. 😂 same with a Simple restaurant vis-à-vis a star hotel have you noticed? I’m almost always disappointed with star hotel food!! (Except desserts maybe 😝)
I am not sure which star hotels i hv been to (if at all) but, yes, i am usually left disappointed with the fine dining food 😥
this was fun, you should do this more regularly. i ve sauntered past such eat outs, wondering why only a few review them 🙂
Oh thank you so much really 🙂 I’ll definitely trying doing them more often, i have done few previously as well. 🙂
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You might want to come and capture some Rajasthani Dhabas and try Daal,baati, Churma, Buttermilk and lehsun ki chatni. Eat it once and you will not feel hungry for the rest of the day.
I love Dal Bati, lassi and lehsun ki chatni :’)
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