Seriously, who could conjure up all the different varieties of paranthas these guys have on their menu? Growing up, we knew that paratha meant aloo, mooli or gobi as dosa meant masala, mysore masala or rava. Aah, Life was so simple back then :)
But not anymore. The menu here has so much more than parathas but frankly I have never been able to get past that to tell you about anything else. I did have a papdi chaat but did not love it, so did not venture into anything else.
This is an awesome place to go to with lots of people because that way, one gets to sample more varieties than if one were to go alone. Also, the parathas here are very heavy and so it is always a good idea to go with someone to share food with :)
I have been here twice with my gang of friends-7 of us and we have tried Chole Bhatura (liked the Bhatura, but Chole gave me heartburn later! Unnecessarily spicy) , Pyaz walla masala kulcha (very heavy and very tasty), Alu with spring onion paratha, Gobi with palak paratha, green peas with onion paratha, alu with paneer paratha and some more varieties that I cannot remember.
Frankly, the menu here gives me vertigo attacks. Look at it! They have about a 1000 varieties and after reading the first 100 I just want to go on a fast like Gandhiji and never ever eat again! It is very confusing and also, after sampling so many varieties I can also vouch for the fact that the stuffing in the paratha are not as generous as one would like. So it is not always easy to distinguish between the flavors. For eg-the spring onion and gobi taste more or less similar. So does spring onion and palak! So after a while it does not matter what stuffing you choose, it all starts tasting the same. I would recommend to stick to the basics like-alu gobi, alu paneer, mushroom gobi and relish it :)